I don't like watching scary movies, because they scare me. The last scary movie I saw in theaters was "The Ring," during which I pretended to receive an inordinate amount of urgent text messages to divert my attention from the movie to my phone. "Ugh, another text message? (laughs in disbelief, shakes head) But I'm trying to watch this movie!" In reality, I received exactly zero text messages during the film. Get More »
Throughout the ages, comedians with the sharpest of wits and highest of brows have sought to expand our minds and tickle our funny bones by strapping on fake boobs and speaking in falsetto. Sure, it might seem cheap, childish and subtly sexists, but who cares? Based on the box office receipts, we can't get enough of it!
Now Sean Penn is getting serious about dressing in drag for "This Must Be the Place" (in theaters Nov. 2). But can he activate our drag gag reflexes as thoroughly as those faux femmes from bygone days? Let's review the fugly competition.
The 32nd annual Razzie Awards, which recognize the worst movies and performances of the year, were held earlier this evening and according to Reuters, Adam Sandler's "Jack and Jill" made Hollywood history by winning all ten categories.
That's not just pretty bad, it's legendarily bad. Get More »
This week: Mickey Rourke attempts to unleash the Titans in "Immortals," a remake of "Footloose" cuts loose, Adam Sandler is doubly unfunny in "Jack and Jill," a young couple goes crazy being apart in "Like Crazy," and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" makes a noble Blu-ray debut. Get More »
That's the big question being answered today by Hollywood.com. Of course, when it comes to Sandler films, "stupid" is not necessarily a pejorative term; after all, some of his funniest skits and gags are intentionally dumb. It's just how he rolls, you know?
But with "Jack and Jill" hitting theaters today, people are starting to ask: Just how dumb is too dumb? And that's where Hollywood.com's brilliant new Adam Sandler Stupidity Scale comes into play. Get More »
For his new family movie "Jack and Jill," Adam Sandler is going up a hill to fetch a pail of comedy but tumbling down a slippery slope of adultery.
Well, maybe in his mind.
According to the Huffington Post, the funnyman from "Funny People" was in New York last night to appear on CBS's "Late Show With David Letterman" to chat up his latest goofy voices project when he let slip an intriguing development between him and costar Katie Holmes. Get More »
No, upon closer scrutiny, this does indeed seem to be a trailer to an actual movie in which Adam Sandler plays twin siblings. If you've been waiting for the "Billy Madison" (ah, the salad days!) star to join the ranks of male comedians who dress up like female characters, here it is -- complete with a familiar character voice that Sandler has inexplicably found hilarious over the years.
And yes, that does appear to be Al Pacino playing himself... and he does appear to be hitting on Sandler-Girl. What's going on here? Get More »