Tom Cruise puts the film into over-drive but it still delivers nothing but a good time.
Remake of the 1981 romantic comedy stars Russell Brand now available in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack.
With a very different Russell Brand everywhere these days, My Booky Wook provides a glimpse of his original anarchy in the UK.
My thoughts on the autobiography of a man I don't particularly like.
Dreadfully boring aside from a handful of quips and the always saving grace of Helen Mirren.
James Marsden and Russel Brand help make this kid's film even fun for their adult chaperones
Before we're blasted into the Summer movie season, here's what's headed our way first.
How much fun can you have with a tale about a bad guy who wants to steal the moon?
An entertaining, but forgettable follow-up to 2008's Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Thankfully the filmmakers don't live up to the film's title and deliver some big laughs.