The idea of a carbon copy overlaid with Vince Vaughn didn't work so well for 1998's Psycho, and does not sound like a great idea anyway. But Québécois writer-director Ken Scott is nonetheless giving it another shot in the English-language remake of his Starbuck, Delivery Man. The original, only two-year old film centers on a man whose sperm donations have resulted in the births of over 500 children, who collectively file suit to learn the identity of their father. As you could probably have guessed, in this redo, that father ends up being someone from Wedding Crashers. Here's the first teaser. If you're expecting a joke about masturbating in a cup, you're surprisingly wrong somehow.
Those looking for a spiritual successor to The Dilemma appear to now have it in The Internship, another film in which Vince Vaughn will pal around with an old friend and be his co-worker, because that's what he actually is, and that's easier than playing a character or asking a... / Continue →
As the dads of the world will jest in unison, pulling out a line they haven't used since Titanic, you already know how it ends, but the Bin Laden film Zero Dark Thirty is intended more to look at the "how." Director Kathryn Bigelow spent years researching, and supposedly got ac... / Continue →
Finally, my generation gets its completely inconsequential The Big Chill, with Channing Tatum, with 10 Years, in which we visit a ten-year high school reunion that gathers together friends, spouses, and exes that include Tatum, the real-life Bride of Tatum, Rosario Dawson, Just... / Continue →