Like a Nancy Meyers olds comedy engorged with Valentine's Day/New Year's Eve director Garry Marshall's "how many of the usual suspects can we cram into this?" philosophy, The Big Wedding stuffs Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Topher Grace, Ben Barnes, Robin Williams' character from License to Wed, Amanda Seyfried, and, of course, Katherine Heigl in exactly the wedding comedy you're already envisioning--right down to the extravagant, sunlit homes and the part where the trailer transitions from "You Can't Hurry Love" to "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" to "What I Like About You." Only the belts on Diane Keaton's pantsuits are keeping this from exploding into utter self-parody, so please, hurry and watch the trailer below.
With the 2003 film Something's Gotta Give providing some assurance Diane Keaton totally goes for aging actors that were once icons of a generation but are now usually just the cranky old recognizable guy in broad comedies, Robert De Niro at last has the confidence to attempt a ... / Continue →
"It only happens once a year: New Year's Eve," says Josh Duhamel, forever redefining just how fucking obnoxiously redundant a truism can be.
"It's a time when hopeless can be romantic," he continues--apparently referring to how charming New York's irredeemably destitute popula... / Continue →
When his son is wrongly-implicated in drug dealing and given a mandatory 10-year prison sentence, loving, giant father The Rock invents a novel approach for overturning the sentence, "How about I go out and catch a better drug dealer--say, Benjamin Bratt doing an accent--and th... / Continue →