"IMO one of the worst casting decisions ever made in cinema history."
Here's looking at you, Michael Cera.
Taron Egerton is Elton John's twin.
"Time to nut up or shut up!"
Times have changed.
Café Society is a trifle of a film that can't compete with the real, tough, ongoing conversations about its director.
Zack Snyder's new superhero movie doesn't reinvent the genre or even do anything interesting with it, but boy does it try.
Among other things.
He loves bringing people together, guys.
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In which we find out if they've ever laughed so hard they peed.
The Adventureland pair reunite for a stoner action comedy that's just good enough for the lazy end of summer.
"Do you have any favorite designers?"
So does Lex Luthor — and the origins of why Batman wants to take down Superman — in a dark extended look that debuted at Comic-Con.
Jason Segel's great as David Foster Wallace in The End of the Tour. But the film raises questions about how we portray real people on screen.
And Jeremy Irons will play Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred.
Jesse Eisenberg's face makes this meme. If you need me, I'll be in the corner. Crying. Because "They're Taking The Hobbits To Isengard" is now stuck in my head.
Sorry for the lame title of this post! Moving on: I just watched The Social Network. It's really good, and it made me want to know what all the people in the movie looked like IRL, and what they're up to nowadays. So I looked it up, and now you're reading about it! Here's some background on the relevant people from the story.