Your in the middle of watching a movie, and you really, really need to pee. Don't want to miss anything good? Look up on your phone when is a good time to make the dash.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Ayman Abu Aita knew there was something odd about the Austrian
TV reporter who asked to be kidnapped last year, showed risque
video clips of himself stripping and suggested that Osama Bin
Laden shave his beard so he wouldn't look like a "dirty wizard."
Early Friday morning it looked like Sacha Baron Cohen had done it again
with his new film Brüno. With post-midnight ticket sales in the neighborhood of $1.6 million some Hollywood insiders were predicting around $50 million for the opening weekend
Well, $50 million didn't happen. Brüno finished the weekend with a
respectable $30.4 million. But, $20 million is a pretty big gap... what
caused such an erroneous projection? Well, TIME thinks Twitter is to blame.
Did Twitter cost Brüno millions? Tell us what you think.
"Brüno's box-office decline from Friday to Saturday indicates that the film's brand of outrage was not the sort to please most moviegoers — and that their tut-tutting got around fast. Brüno could be the first movie defeated by the Twitter effect."
With techsavvy moviegoers tweeting their opinions to literally millions of followers, the micro-blogging site can make or break a film in one day.
Do you know what your kids are really eating at school? Explore the Hungry For Change Cafeteria and learn what schools are actually serving for lunch.
Harry Potter is not an agent of the occult as his critics contend and is the kind of hero children should be encouraged to read about and emulate.
Friends and family of actress Farrah Fawcett -- including longtime partner Ryan O'Neal and their son Redmond, who was temporarily freed from jail for the service -- gathered Tuesday to say goodbye. Fawcett, the blond-maned actress whose best-selling poster and "Charlie's Angels" stardom made her one of the most famous faces in the world, died Thursday. She was 62, and had suffered from anal cancer off and on for three years.
The IHC has uncovered evidence indicating that the disasters
of 2012 are both real and unavoidable. We believe with 94% certainty
that ... cataclysmic events will devastate our planet and many who
inhabit it. December 21, 2012 cannot be ignored.
The “us” versus “them” mentality is prevalent in American culture, as is the need for an “enemy” to which the people look to government to protect and save them…never questioning that the government may have motive to keep its subjects in fear.
[Ernie will be soooo pleased! A remake of his favorite movie.] 2081 depicts a dystopian future in which, thanks to the 212th Amendment to the Constitution and the unceasing vigilance of the United States Handicapper General, everyone is finally equal
I went to see the movie "Star Trek" on Sunday. While it is an interesting new twist on Gene Roddenberry's brainchild, I did not like the film and, so far, it is the worst movie of 2009.
...we asked filmmaker Kevin Smith what he thought about recasting Khan in a “Trek” sequel. (Order you Star Trek lunchboxes now before you are placed at the end of the 200 year back order list :)
Ambani's high-flying life could have ended as pebbles and gravel were found in the helicopter's engine -- debris that could have caused the craft to crash. Then the technician who discovered the suspected sabotage turned up dead.
Not since Wrath of Khan has the TREK franchise been this good. Kirk is at his ass-kicking best. And Spock administers a couple smack-downs, too. Ooops. Did I say too much?
"A Man For All Seasons" (1966), directed by Fred Zinnemann, tells the story of Sir Thomas More's resistance to King Henry VIII (Powell's link had this appropriate film clip at the end of the article)
Chambers' death was a "total shock," [fellow adult star Ron] Jeremy said, because they had been scheduled to sign a contract Monday to perform together in an off-Broadway "tongue-in-cheek" re-enactment of "Deep Throat**QQ
"Hillary: The Movie" faces 9 of the nation's toughest critics: the Supreme Court. The justices' review of the slashing documentary may settle the question of whether the government can regulate a politically charged film as a campai
"Watchmen" clocked in with $55.7 million in ticket sales to claim the top spot at the box office, making director Zack Snyder's comic book adaptation about a team of twisted superheros the biggest opening of 2009 so far.
A Canadian filmmaker plans to have a mini camera installed in his prosthetic eye to make documentaries and raise awareness about surveillance in society.
Back in 1999, Richard Hatch (who played Apollo on the original BSG and who plays Zarek on the new one) created a trailer for a proposed BSG continuation that would ignore Galactica 1980.
Penelope Cruz won the supporting-actress Academy Award on Sunday for the Spanish romance "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," while the blockbuster robot romance "WALL-E" made off with the prize for feature-length animation.
The International is an upcoming American action-drama film. The film follows a pair that investigates corruption within a banking institution. It will be interesting to see how this one plays out!
"Independence has always required strength and perseverance, and the human spirit always requires independence."
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" is the Academy Awards heavyweight with 13 nominations, yet the shadow of Batman loomed large with the absence of "The Dark Knight" in the best-picture race.
I earnestly hope the film generates a wave of positive word-of-mouth, because it is a nearly ideal family film ...because it is gently subversive in promoting the idea that the increasingly militarized government law enforcement system is at best use
leading man who was one of the first Mexican-born actors to make it big in Hollywood and who was best known for his roles as Mr. Roarke on ABC's "Fantasy Island" and the villainous Khan of the "Star Trek" franchise, died Wedne
Heath Ledger was honored with a Golden Globe, and Kate Winslet came away with two. Yet the Globes otherwise went slumming, with "Slumdog Millionaire" taking top honors and other key prizes going to a newcomer, an underdog, a poster boy for
Another major American industry is asking for assitance as the global financial crisis continues: Hustler publisher Larry Flynt and Girls Gone Wild CEO Joe Francis said Wednesday they will request that Congress allocate $5 billion for a bailout
Will 2009 be the year that 3-D movies finally come of age and captivate audiences? Will old-school characters like Robin Hood and Sherlock Holmes bury comic book characters at the cineplex, or will sci-fi and superheroes continue to slap the box offi
An elite military unit comprised of special operatives known as G.I. Joe, operating out of The Pit, takes on an evil organization led by a notorious arms dealer. (How much you want to bet that "G.I. Joe" supports a global military force?)