DVD Review: 30 Minutes Or Less

30 Minutes or Less is mostly forgettable, not having enough humor to be a strong comedy nor enough action to be a strong action film. »»

30 Minutes or Less - Review (2)

Fleischer Hits Sophomore Pot Hole But Avoid Slump »»

30 Minutes or Less - Review

If only the movie were this long. »»

Red Band Promo Clip For 30 Minutes or Less Released

Courtesy of our friends at Latino Review, a red band promo clip for one of this week's release (30 Minutes or Less) has found its way online. Plot Summary: 30 Minutes or Less follows Nick (Jesse Eisenberg) a small town pizza delivery guy whose mu »»

Second 30 Minutes or Less Red Band Trailer

New trailer for interesting comedy »»

Kung Fu Panda 2 - Review

Energetic animation carries film over emotional sinkholes »»

Your Highness - Review

Not the stoner comedy the title suggests, but still an irreverent fantasy. »»

Trailer Watch: Your Highness with Danny McBride and James Franco

Ridiculous lines and accents abound in David Gordon Green's (The Pineapple Express) upcoming medieval stoner comedy. »»

Trailer Watch: James Franco and Danny McBride Get Medieval in Your Highness

Red-band trailer promises plenty of trademark Danny McBride humor — but with dragons, trolls and warlocks! »»

Due Date - Review

Great acting elevates a subpar script »»

Jesse Eisenberg Reteaming with Zombieland Director

The star and director of Zombieland are following up with the action-comedy 30 Minutes or Less »»

Full Conference Lineup Announced for SXSW

Panelists include Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth, Michel Gondry, and Danny McBride! »»

Third Teaser For Despicable Me Hits The Net

It may not make much sense but chances are that you will laugh more during this minute and fifteen seconds then you have all day. »»

The SmarK DVD Rant - Paleo-Humor?

This week Scott examines the question that has baffled movie producers since time immemorial: Are cavemen and dinosaurs funny? No, of course not, don't be ridiculous. »»

Land of the Lost - full Press Release

Land of the Lost was this summer's Speed Racer. America wasn't ready for Will Ferrell versus a T Rex. But the home video release will be a crowd pleaser with a documentary about co-star Danny McBride. Here's the press release from Universal Studios Home Entertainment: »»

Land of the Lost Gets Found This October

Miss seeing this Will Ferrell comedy this summer? Universal allows you to relive the classic this October. »»

Eastbound & Down (Season 1) - DVD Review

Picked up for another season, Eastbound & Down has all the qualities of being a great series but hasn’t quite hit its stride yet. There’s more to the story and it can only get better from here. »»

Land of the Lost - Review

Solid summer comedy that‘ll get lost in the blockbuster shuffle »»

Land of the Lost exposed in June

The Land of the Lost was extremely weird Saturday morning fun in the '70s. They mixed stop motion, strange video effects and puppets to create a region filled with strange creatures. Before the big screen version starring Danny McBride hits, you can catch up on the original action. The coolest bonus feature is a reproduction of the lunchbox. Here's the press release from Universal Studios Home Entertainment: »»

Observe and Report - Review

Looking for a mainstream comedy? Go someplace else. »»

James Franco And Danny McBride Are Going Medieval!

James Franco is joining Danny McBride in Your Highness, the Universal Pictures comedy to be directed by David Gordon Green who also directed the duo in Pineapple Express. No, it's not another pot movie. »»

Hot Rod - Blu-ray Review

Hot Rod had all the elements necessary to be a great dumb comedy. A clueless goofball wanting to be the next Evel Knievel just screams physical comedy goldmine. More than enough Saturday Night Live cast members had leading roles. Ian McShane’s gruff Deadwood persona was perfect to antagonize the lead. They even were smart enough to hire Danny McBride before he became a mega-star this summer. This movie seems destined to jump 15 funnybones without a hitch. »»

The Heartbreak Kid - Blu-ray Review

What happens when Dumb and Dumber collides with The Odd Couple? The Farrelly Brothers’ The Heartbreak Kid is extremely different from Neil Simon’s original script. Has the king of Broadway ever written a scene involving a bride boffing a donkey during her honeymoon? This remake brings the Farrellys’ gross-out comedy to an awkward romantic situation. Is it safe to bring a date to this film? »»

Jump Aboard the Pineapple Express on January 6th!

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will give fans the option of owning the David Gordon Green-directed/Judd Apatow-produced stoner action/comedy, Pineapple Express, on either Single Disc Rated/Unrated, 2-Disc Unrated Edition (includes rated cut), or Blu-ray. Pineapple Express stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as ganja-lovin' buddies who go on the run after one witnesses a murder. Also starring Rosie Perez, Gary Cole, and Danny McBride. Hop aboard the Pineapple Express on January 6th. »»

The Foot Fist Way – DVD Review

Character actors and supporting players have a knack for stealing scenes. For the moment you could make the case that Danny McBride is a hot commodity in movie comedies, since the funnyman has popped up in this summer's Tropic Thunder and Pineapple Express. He may look like the schulbs that get paired with the beautiful, hot actresses on network sitcoms (round and rotund with nary a clue), but such a look is perfect for a comedy that's destined to become a cult hit on DVD. »»

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