You know those movie theaters that serve you meals and let you drink a beer or two at our seat? Yeah, that's the kind of place you want to see Chef at. The movie focuses on Chef Carl Casper (Jon Favreau) as he ditches the restaurant scene to serve up his own creations out of a food truck. Here's the first look at the film which hits theaters next month.
Ladies and gentlemen, the wait for new music from The Black Keys is finally over. It's been three years since El Camino, and if the new track "Fever" is any indication, the wait for the full album Turn Blue will have been well worth it.
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We've been on a bit of a "based on a true story" kick around the office lately, and there's no recent movie that we can think of that delivers better than 12 Years A Slave. Set in the pre-Civil War US, 12 Years a Slave tells the story of a free black man getting abducted and sold into slavery. The film is every bit ... continue reading
Making a great movie is hard enough with all the money in the world. Even if you could hire the best actors, add stunning effects, and make everything visually beautiful, you could still easily be left with 2+ hours of garbage. That's exactly why low-budget movies that turn out great are even more impressive. Here ... continue reading
Long before he was selling out theaters and accepting awards for his TV show, Louis CK was a struggling stand-up comic and writer. In 1998 he wrote and directed his first movie which would go on to be seen by just about nobody. Then it sat in storage for 15 years. Now, as Louis has been wont to do, he's releasing "Tomorrow ... continue reading
You can't turn on the TV or boot up the interwebs these days without seeing Ron Burgundy's glorious 'stache. With the Channel 4 News Team promotion in full swing for the release of the sequel, we keep getting more and more Anchorman products. The latest is the release of "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (Unrated ... continue reading
Outside of putting Greedo's head above your mantel, owning this blaster is probably the sweetest way you can show your love for Han Solo's epicness. Used in both "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi," this was the non-firing weapon Harrison Ford was seen with throughout the films (the live-fire version ... continue reading
When was the last time you went to the movies? Its hard enough to disconnect from work, family and all the other responsibilities for a couple hours, and that's without factoring in the price of tickets, popcorn, a vat of Coke, box of candy and, if you're lucky, beer. Once you add it all up, it's around a cool hundred ... continue reading
We don't personally know the guys who make Moleskine notebooks, but we know they have good taste in movies. This is yet another set of limited edition Star Wars notebooks they have for sale, and this time they come with a cool reproduction of the original movie poster. The new collection of four notebooks feature a ... continue reading
We feel like we're somehow obligated to tell you that we'd see just about anything that Baby Goose was in. Drive is still one of our top movies of recent memory, and the soundtrack is as good now as it was when it came out. Somehow we missed Only God Forgives in theaters, but we're first on the list to correct that ... continue reading
Do you remember the 80s B movie Robot Jox? Pacific Rim is kind of like that, except it looks a whole helluva lot better, the giant robots are battling aliens that came through a trench in the ocean instead of each other and, oh yeah, Guillermo Del Toro. Having giant robots in common with an awesomely campy 80s action ... continue reading
There are really one three significant similarities between this movie and the book it's based on. The words World and War, and the letter Z. The people that absolutely loved the book (read; everyone) have a right to bitch for squandering awesome source material, but honestly, the movie isn't bad. It's completely ridiculous, ... continue reading
We're racing cars, bitch! You may recall smashing buttons playing Need for Speed back in the day (or one of its thousands of follow-ups), well now it's hitting the big screen. Aaron Paul stars as a talented street racer in what appears to be a fairly action-packed car flick. Whether it's as entertaining as some of ... continue reading
Ladies and Gentlemen, can I please have your attention. I've just been handed an urgent and (far from) horrifying news story, and I need all of you to stop what you're doing and listen: There's a Ron Burgundy Action Figure! While you won't get your hands on it until after the Anchorman sequel hits theaters (it's pre-order ... continue reading
We’re not sure whether the new “Jobs” movie that comes out this weekend will be any good or not, but if it happens to be a bomb, it won’t be for lack of a story. The eccentricities and talents of Steve Jobs have been discussed ad nauseum. That said, the story of the Apple king is far from the first interesting business story ever put on film. If you want to check out some business biographies that are seriously fascinating, ...... continue reading