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'Holmes & Watson' Got Zero Percent On Rotten Tomatoes, A New Low For Will Ferrell And John C. Reilly

By Cecily Trowbridge on
The comedic take on the tale of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson is not being received well.Read Full Story

'Life After Beth' is Devilishly Funny

By Joe Robberson on
Aubrey Plaza and Dane DeHaan's zombie romance is beautifully sarcastic.Read Full Story

Let's Break Down the New 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Trailer in Mind-Numbing Detail

By JJ Duncan on
(From Marvel Entertainment)The new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer dropped Monday morning, and since it hit the web, we've had plenty of time to dissect the new clip, and analyze its significance. The first trailer was a pretty straight-forward introduction to the characters — a smart move since these are Marvel's strangest characters being brought to screen yet. This trailer includes a quick intro to the core five Guardians, but also introduces several other characters, and sends some...Read Full Story

Will Ferrell's Step Brother to Appear in 'Anchorman 2'

By Darrick Thomas on
(Photo: Paramount)Everyone wants to work with the Channel 4 news team. After landing Kristen Wiig and James Marsden for guest spots in the upcoming Anchorman sequel, it looks like John C. Reilly will also be on board for the hijinks. Some sleuthing by Bleeding Cool found an ad looking for a someone who looks like Reilly to come in for stand-in duties on the Anchorman set. So while word on Reilly's role isn't official, it seems all but inevitable, especially considering he and Will Ferrell are...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'We Need to Talk About Kevin'

By Joe Robberson on
The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? Few films probe taboo subjects at all, never mind one as compelling as the evil nature of a child. A confrontational nightmare of a film, We Need to Talk About Kevin is equal parts horror, family drama, and psychological case study. Of course, the subject matter would need to be this profound to interest Lynne Ramsay, the exceptional Scottish director who essentially took a 10-year hiatus after winning acclaim for Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar...Read Full Story