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A Very Important Look Back At Channing Tatum’s 2002 Mountain Dew Commercial

Let\'s take a brief look back at Channing Tatum\'s TV debut in this delightful 2002 Mountain Dew commercial.

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

You’ll Never Guess Why Steven Seagal Wants To Be Arizona’s Governor

It’s often been said1 that Arizona’s only exports are star tattoos and porn stars, but “Florida West” could soon provide the world with a massive shipment of unintentional comedy, courtesy of… Gubernatorial candidate STEVEN SEAGAL. That’s right, the…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Guess How Many Times ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ Used The F-Word To Become The New Title Holder

While the Wolf of Wall Street has been the subject of much debate over the past few weeks (shameless pimp of my own column!), there’s one fact about which we can all agree: Wolf of Wall Street is the new all-time F-word champion. Wolf‘s 506 uses of…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

8 Of The Top 10 Grossing Movies Of 2013 Were Sequels Or Reboots, Which Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Hollywood worships the almighty dollar, probably because it’s run by the Jews. It’s hard to get an original film made these days, probably because the studios don’t want to pony up the dough for anything but a blockbuster. I made fun of Disney’s…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Robert Downey Jr. Wants Mel Gibson To Be In ‘The Avengers

A new rumor has Robert Downey Jr. lobbying for Marvel to add Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster to \'Avengers: Age of Ultron.\'

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Shia Labeouf Says Authorship Is Censorship In Latest Plagiarism Non-Apology

Hot on the heels of his apology in the clouds, Shia Labeouf has provided additional proof that he should probably shut up for a while. The Beef recently did an email interview with BleedingCool, in which he asserted that “authorship is censorship”…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

The Wolf Of Wall Street Debate Misses The Damned Point And Here’s Why

This sums up perfectly why some people are having a negative reaction to the film. People may misunderstand the film, but some of the blame for that is on Scorsese, DiCaprio, and writer Terrence Winter, and not just on the part of stodgy, ignorant…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Shia Labeouf Used Skywriting To Put Latest Plagiarism Apology Above Hollywood

True story, Shia Labeouf’s latest apology for ripping off a comic book for his short film was five miles long and written in the sky above Hollywood. A few people tipped me off about the message today, which was addressed to Daniel Clowes, the comic…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Death To The Biopic: 11 Movie Concepts That Need To Die In 2014

Here at FilmDrunk, we've taken a more Festivus-oriented approach to New Year's resolutions, where we focus more on how the world should change to suit us, rather than vice versa. Ask not what you can do for your country, and so on. Every era has…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Church Teens Battle A Demon From A Porno Mag In Christian Found Footage Movie

I think my two favorite things in the world are North Korean propaganda and Church-produced movie synopses. On the latter note, The Lock In, a new found-footage style horror film from Holy Moly pictures, follows a group of church teens as they…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Heather Reviews: Justin Bieber's 'Believe'

Heather Dockray returns to FilmDrunk to review Justin Bieber\'s \

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

“Critic” Pete Hammond Had An Extra Whorey Year

Of the 58 reviews he posted at Rotten Tomatoes this year, 48 of them were positive. One of those ten negatives was for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End. [...] Yet, Hammond gave positive reviews to The Internship (35%), Jobs (26%) and Paranoia (4%).

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Box Office: Bieber Bombs, And ’47 Ronin’ Could Lose $175 Million For Universal

Thanks to the funky Christmas schedule, five major releases hit in the middle of the week, (Wolf of Wall Street, Walter Mitty, 47 Ronin, Grudge Match, and Believe). Of those, the big standouts (not in a good way) were 47 Ronin, Grudge Match, and…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Review: ‘Wolf Of Wall Street,’ AKA ‘Spring Bankers’ Is A Debauched Romp

After having seen it, I can confirm that his assessment is still dead on. It’s one long outlandish set piece after another, each one more debauched than the last, with so much sex that it eventually depicts every speed of Leo’s rutting. And yes I…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Wall Street Bros Loved Wolf Of Wall Street Because Of Course.

A writer for Business Insider described his experience seeing an advance screening of Wolf of Wall Street within spitting distance of Goldman Sachs.

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

The Biggest Bombs Of 2013 Prove Harrison Ford Is Box Office Poison

Variety today published a list of the Biggest Bombs of 2013. Harrison Ford was in two of them, and if you can name either one, congratulations, you were more aware of those movies than the average moviegoer. Obviously, there are a lot of ways to…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

600-Person Brawl Erupts Outside Jacksonville Theater Christmas Day

Five teenagers were arrested outside a Jacksonville, Florida theater on Christmas Day after a brawl erupted that reportedly involved 600 people. Apparently the fight, which sounds more like a riot, started when some people tried to get into the…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

The Top 10 Movies Of The Year! …According To Redbox.

Redbox is the go-to movie rental method of people who don’t have Netflix or Apple TV or a robot sex slave who projects first-run titles from her vagina, so it’s a nice glimpse into the tastes of people who aren’t as “with it” as you. Redbox just…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Three 6 Mafia Member Ricky "Lord Infamous" Dunigan Dead Of Heart Attack

A founding member of the group with one of the most memorable Oscar acceptance speeches in recent years died over the weekend. Three 6 Mafia’s Ricky “Lord Infamous” Dunigan died in his sleep of an apparent heart attack on Friday. Dunigan was the…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago

Weekend Box Office: Anchorman Not Quite As Big A Deal As The Hobbit

Anchorman 2 opened this weekend. Crazy, right? Seems like I’ve hardly heard anything about it. Maybe try marketing it next time, bros. Anyway, Anchorman 2 actually lost its debut weekend to The  Hobbit: Desecration of Smaug in its second weekend.…

FilmDrunk • 5 years ago