Rose Byrne steals the movie.
Sebastian Bach on Gilmore GirlsFictional television shows are full of gimmickry. Some of it is good and some of falls flat. Others are subtle in-jokes. However, it can be interesting when a popular artist appears on a television show because it gives the audience a glimpse into another side o ... More >>
Isn't it funny what you can discover when you're dicking around on YouTube? For example, we came across a clip of a blond-haired, Lisa Kudrow-looking woman ranting about how her roommate has been stealing her ketchup from their refrigerator. This is particularly hilarious not only because it appe ... More >>
It's been a dark six years since we said goodbye to Central Perk and the Rembrandts dropped off the face of the earth. Now, in Year 6 AF, dawn looks like it's finally breaking; we could be getting a Friends movie. Now, I don't want to get anyone's hopes up. Will a film catching up with Monic ... More >>
Tom Arnold leads a large ensemble cast. Yep, you read it right.
Wonderland leaves you wondering about its characters
What's to Analyze? De Niro still delights, even in a slight sequel
You wanna kiss Jessica Stein, but does she merit the attention?
Gay romantic comedy doesn't take advantage of its flashback structure
Who needs a plot when you have Eddie Murphy talking to the animals?
Despite the talented cast, Hanging Up never connects
De Niro's comedic mob mastery excels in Analyze This
Slow countdown stifles the cute Clockwatchers
Is this noble effort a coming-of-age film or an ensemble inquiry?
June 25 - July 1, 1998
Albert Brooks keeps asking, "Mother, may I?" The answer's a resounding... maybe.