Watch| The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Trailer

Check out the hilarious trailer for the new comedy movie “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” starring comedy all stars Jim Carrey and Steve Carell joined by Steve Buscemi (Broadway Empire), Olivia Wilde (Almost all the movies of 2012) and James Gandoflini (Sopranos – Yea, you read that right.)The film pits Jim Carrey’s portrayal of a Criss Angel/David Blaine hybrid magician versus Steve Carell’s old fashion magician in a quest to glory in this laugh out loud edition of magician rivalry. Finally, some one addresses the non magical displays of endurance. Last time anyone checked staying in a box for days isn’t magic just homeless. Be sure to catch the movie March 15, 2013. Trailer below.

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Watch| The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Trailer

Check out the hilarious trailer for the new comedy movie “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” starring comedy all stars Jim Carrey and Steve Carell joined by Steve Buscemi (Broadway Empire), Olivia Wilde (Almost all the movies of 2012) and James Gandoflini (Sopranos – Yea, you read that right.)The film pits Jim Carrey’s portrayal of a Criss Angel/David Blaine hybrid magician versus Steve Carell’s old fashion magician in a quest to glory in this laugh out loud edition of magician rivalry. Finally, some one addresses the non magical displays of endurance. Last time anyone checked staying in a box for days isn’t magic just homeless. Be sure to catch the movie March 15, 2013. Trailer below.

Movie Friday [12/7]: What to See This Weekend



A stuffy oscar bait-y movie may not be up your ally but “Hyde Park on Hudson” has one of our favorite actors in the lead, Bill Murray. And you know he always brings something special to all his parts.  And he loves to have a good time and crash parties – nuff said, the man is just awesome. Go see it. But what about the movie you say? It’s about a pivotal relationship between the United States and Britian played out over a weekend spent between FDR (played by Murray) and King George VI. It also shows the special relationship the president had with his cousin. THR calls his performance “Keenly observed.” You hear that? Keenly. 

The rest of the pack:

If you’re more into romantic comedies, you might want to check out “Playing for Keeps“, which stars hunky (yeah, that’s right ‘hunky’) Gerard Butler, as an ex-soccer star who who wants to build a relationship with his son and ex-wife played by sexy Jessica Timberlake Biel.  So basically there’s enough eye candy for everyone. Can someone say date movie? (seriously, probably not, the reviews have not been kind. But you should judge for yourself. You’re an individual damn it.)




Screw it. Sometimes you just want a healthy dose of violence. “Deadfall” might be just what you need to fill the hole. The western-ish flick stars Eric Bana as violent bank robber on a quest to make it Canada with his sister (Olivia Wilde),who he might have lusty feeling for.  

Warning: art house movie ahead. Do you like Mad Men? Well, this isn’t like that. But, it does star a cast member from Mad Men. In “In Our Nature“, Silver fox, John Slattery plays a father who, due to a scheduling mistake, has to share a vacation home with a son he doesn’t get along with and their girlfriends, respectively. Ugh, sounds interesting. Maybe. If you’re into that kind of stuff. 









[Cited: THRImdb]

Movie Friday [12/7]: What to See This Weekend



A stuffy oscar bait-y movie may not be up your ally but “Hyde Park on Hudson” has one of our favorite actors in the lead, Bill Murray. And you know he always brings something special to all his parts.  And he loves to have a good time and crash parties – nuff said, the man is just awesome. Go see it. But what about the movie you say? It’s about a pivotal relationship between the United States and Britian played out over a weekend spent between FDR (played by Murray) and King George VI. It also shows the special relationship the president had with his cousin. THR calls his performance “Keenly observed.” You hear that? Keenly. 

The rest of the pack:

If you’re more into romantic comedies, you might want to check out “Playing for Keeps“, which stars hunky (yeah, that’s right ‘hunky’) Gerard Butler, as an ex-soccer star who who wants to build a relationship with his son and ex-wife played by sexy Jessica Timberlake Biel.  So basically there’s enough eye candy for everyone. Can someone say date movie? (seriously, probably not, the reviews have not been kind. But you should judge for yourself. You’re an individual damn it.)




Screw it. Sometimes you just want a healthy dose of violence. “Deadfall” might be just what you need to fill the hole. The western-ish flick stars Eric Bana as violent bank robber on a quest to make it Canada with his sister (Olivia Wilde),who he might have lusty feeling for.  

Warning: art house movie ahead. Do you like Mad Men? Well, this isn’t like that. But, it does star a cast member from Mad Men. In “In Our Nature“, Silver fox, John Slattery plays a father who, due to a scheduling mistake, has to share a vacation home with a son he doesn’t get along with and their girlfriends, respectively. Ugh, sounds interesting. Maybe. If you’re into that kind of stuff. 









[Cited: THRImdb]