A funny, romantic divorce coemdy.
Reg Presley, singer of the Troggs and the voice on one of the true rock and roll anthems, 1966's "Wild Thing," passed away late Monday night at age 71. Friend and publicist Keith Altham told Fox News that Presley, who fronted the Troggs until retiring in January 2012, had been battling cancer for so ... More >>
Your past lives probably didn't love Cloud Atlas, either.
Drew Barrymore's latest movie, Big Miracle, a stirring tale in which John Krasinski, Ted Danson, Dermot Mulroney and Kristen Bell work to save the lives of two whales, debuts nationwide on February 3. Dinner tables everywhere are already erupting over how cheap and gimmicky it looks, with certain pe ... More >>
Friends With Benefits opens July 22, and more annoying than the fact that some studio executive probably said, "You know who I want to see in a movie? Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis!" is the fact that this movie comes out a brief six months after No Strings Attached, which is basically the ... More >>
The Bounty Hunter earned $21 million at the box office last weekend. A respectable take, though only enough to place third -- behind Alice in Wonderland and fellow opener Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The movie still looks like it'll earn a decent haul, then again, I don't remember seeing any of the Wimpy ... More >>
A quick look at the DVDs being released today once again proves that there's no accounting for taste. The box office money makers are Disney's The Princess and the Frog, which raked in more than $102 million, and Ninja Assassin, which pocketed just over $38 million. Then there's Did You Hear Abou ... More >>
Who gave Hugh Grant an acting career anyway?
With Valentine's Day approaching, tbe best most of you poor single bastards can hope for is to get through the night with your bank account relatively intact. Married folks are better off, as all they're really expected to come up with is a perfunctory gift and maybe an evening spent watching a drea ... More >>
Here Comes the Bride. Yawn.
Fort Bend residents just can't be trusted
Judd Apatow's pretty good year and much more
Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore do not make sweet, sweet music
The awful truth about Nancy Meyers
Born in the U.K.
American Dreamz's nation of idiots lands a little close to home
This Pride & Prejudice brings fresh passion to an old love story
In Good Company is wonderfully funny, a bit sad and unmistakably real
Bridget Jones is betrayed by a dumb, dull sequel
A pop-star-turned-actress tries to move into her "mature phase"
Richard Curtis is in Love with love, so what's new?
Girls tries a tired lesson -- grow up, already
The year's best featured plenty of sad white guys
From our innermost insecurities to the wildest flights of fantasy, 2002 stimulated both heart and head
How two American filmmakers made a very British Boy
Hugh Grant shows real substance in a solid comedy about growing up
Not even Renée Zellweger can make us Jones for this sarcastic romance
Quills director behaves as if he were still making films for a puritanical age
Someone please find some substitute filmmakers for The Replacements
Woody Allen's Crooks aims low and succeeds
Go hide. Hugh Grant's in a gangster movie.
Star power isn't enough to overcome this hollow romance
After Extreme Measures, Hugh Grant's career is in stable condition
"Brilliant!" shows brilliantly what's happening across the Atlantic
Though not great, 1995 still produced some movies worth seeing (and reseeing)
Brash and bashful, Hugh Grant stars in yet another fey English tale, this one with a twist
Roman returns with a sexy, stylish thriller