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by Raj Ranade It’s baffling to me why so many comedians insist on making real movie-movies out of their movies. Consider Steve Coogan’s latest movie The Trip, which effectively consists of Coogan and comedian Rob Brydon trading jokes, insults, and […]
Bridesmaids opens with a (literal) bang -- a slapstick sex scene between (actress, co-producer, co-writer) Kristen Wiig's soon-to-be named maid-of-honor, Annie, and her "friends-with-benefits" Jon Hamm. (He addresses
by Raj RanadeAny nerd worth his calculator watch can tell you that the term "source code" refers to the set of instructions that make up a computer program.
by Raj RanadeThree cheers for John C. Reilly and the wonderfully, willfully weird path his career has taken! The path that Hollywood generally lays out for actors is
by Raj RanadeLet's play a game, readers! Here's a series of topics that may or may not be involved in Alejandro González Iñárritu's Biutiful - try to pick
by Raj RanadeChalk one up for terrible movie theater design practices! As a drama about grief, John Cameron Mitchell's new film Rabbit Hole is understandably light on explosions.
The Social Network is new on DVD. It topped Ace's favorites list for 2010.Read Raj's review here. Click here to purchase the DVD: The Social Network [Blu-ray]Here's what
by Raj RanadeAny adult drama that needs to use small children or adorable animals to elicit sympathy should be immediately regarded with suspicion, since there are few cheaper
by Raj RanadeDoes "Oscar bait" really mean what it used to? Plenty of critics have already slapped that label on The King's Speech, a film that practically wallows
Click here to purchase Lexington Movie Tickets. by Raj RanadeCharles Portis’ great 1968 western novel True Grit was a book that was largely about death – naturally,