Saying it all in ten words or less.
Movie posters have a pretty big job. They need to look good, they need to intrigue movie audiences, they need to provide information about who was involved in making a movie, and sometimes, they even need to sum up a movie in just a handful of words. For those few pithy words that can describe a movie and pique the interest of a passerby, we have the Reelzie for Best Movie Poster Tagline. cast your vote >> Posted 12.26.12 by Mandy
Most major movie awards are voted on by an elite group of individuals who have been bestowed with the honor of being a voting member of a very exclusive club or academy. The Reelzies are no different, and this is your official invitation to be a voting member of the ReelzChannel Academy of Movies, Media, the Interwebs, and Other Stuff. Ballots for different categories will be posted daily until year’s end, so be sure not to miss a voting opportunity. Vote in the first category: The On-the-Nose Title Award >> Posted 12.14.12 by Mandy
We laughed (at how bad the movie was), we cried (because we didn't see a different movie), we kissed eight bucks (or ten or twelve or sixteen, depending upon the format) good-bye!
Stale jokes, missing plots, phone-in performances...too often this summer movie season, we found ourselves scratching our heads in wonder at how actors and directors we have come to respect could have strayed so far off course. We probably should have gone back to the box office and demanded a refund for some of the stinkers we endured this summer. If you feel the same way, vent your frustration by helping us rate the Top 10 Worst Movies of the 2012 summer movie season.
Rate the Top 10 Worst Movies >> Posted 09.27.12 by BrentJS
|Title ||Weekend ||Total ||Analysis |
|The Avengers ||$55M ||$457M ||Not even Battleship could stand in the way of Avengers dominating the box office for the third weekend in a row; now the sixth-biggest movie of all time domestically |
|Battleship ||$25.3M ||$25.3M ||A disastrous opening for this $200M+ movie; as big of a bomb as John Carter, which also starred Taylor Kitsch |
|The Dictator ||$17.4M ||$24.5M ||Did better than most expected (opened on Wednesday), but failed to match the debuts of Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat and Bruno |
|Dark Shadows ||$12.8M ||$50.9M ||Dropped a massive 57% in its second weekend, proving not everything Johnny Depp and Tim Burton touch turns to gold |
|What to Expect When You're Expecting ||$10.5M ||$10.5M ||Despite its A-list ensemble, failed to deliver strong numbers |
Posted 05.21.12 by Chris
There's a new clip just released for the upcoming What to Expect When You're Expecting, and though it features the comedic talents of Chris Rock and Rob Huebel, the characters and dialogue are being greatly upstaged.
In the new clip posted by Yahoo! Movies, the Dudes' Group gives Rodrigo Santoro some lessons about life, women, and marriage. The dialogue is solid, and the actors are funny, but it's kind of hard to pay attention to anything else when Joe Manganiello and his abs are there stealing the scene.
While it'll be great to see Manganiello in What to Expect next week, this clip has us thinking about the male-stripper buddy comedy Magic Mike that he'll be appearing in next month. Granted, we tend to spend quite a lot of time thinking about Magic Mike anyway. watch the clip >> Posted 05.11.12 by Mandy
Planned or not, the first trailer for the motherhood-advice-book-cum-romcom-movie, What to Expect When You Are Expecting, is now out, and we finally get an idea as to how the best-selling advice book has been converted to the big screen — it hasn't.
What we seem to be in for, based on the first trailer, is an ensemble comedy featuring pregnant women and clueless men. Starring Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, and Elizabeth Banks, among many others, the movie deigns to be "a look at the lives of five couples as they prepare to become parents." Watch the Trailer Posted 12.09.11 by reelz
Some people use Labor Day to mark the end of summer. In our case, it's when the last of the blockbuster movies have rolled out... and we're left looking ahead to next year's big releases.
What's on deck for Summer 2012? Well, not surprisingly, more sequels, remakes, and lots and lots of 3-D. The Avengers kicks things off May 4, and the season climaxes on July 20 with the release ofThe Dark Knight Rises. See what else we have to look forward to in our preview of the 25 movies we'll be talking about next year.
Summer 2012 Preview >> Posted 09.02.11 by reelz
Lionsgate has added two new actors to its growing ensemble of What to Expect When You're Expecting, the adaptation of Heidi Murkoff's best-selling pregnancy guidebook. The studio is planning to turn the book into a romantic comedy that focuses on four interconnected couples that are going through the tribulations of expectant parenthood. The cast already includes Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, and Chris Rock and, the studio has just announced, Glee's Matthew Morrison.
Morrison will play a character named Evan who is teamed up with Diaz on a popular celebrity dance show. Through the show the two characters fall in love and, eventually, become pregnant, while the two are in the national spotlight.
Morrison isn't the only TV actor added to the cast. EW reports that True Blood's Joe Manganiello has joined the movie as well. who will manganiello play? >> Posted 07.16.11 by Ryan
In January, Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed that he was planning to return to acting after finishing his last term as California's governor. When Schwarzenegger later separated from his wife, Maria Shriver, after the discovery that he had secretly fathered a love child 10 years ago, he put his acting return on hold, much to the disappointment of director Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer), who was in pre-production on the drama Cry Macho, which was to be Schwarzenegger's first role new acting role. Months after the scandal, Schwarzenegger is ready to test his popularity in a new movie, but not in Cry Macho.
Deadline reports that Schwarzenegger is set to star in Last Stand with director Ji-woon Kim (The Good, the Bad, the Weird). Last Stand puts Schwarzenegger into a Western in a story that's perfect for him, according to what a Lionsgate executive told the website. Banks gets pregnant, Lincoln gets an Ally in congress >> Posted 07.12.11 by Ryan
Jennifer Lopez is about to strap on the pregnancy tummy again for another rom-com take on what it is like being pregnant.
The American Idol judge has just signed on to star in Lionsgate's What to Expect When You're Expecting. If you think the movie is going to follow the book, which has become a staple for expecting moms for years, think again. what should moviegoers expect? >> Posted 06.24.11 by reelz