Today in The Los Angeles Times, Chris Lee interviews John Krasinski—Jim on NBC’s The Office—about his feature film directorial debut, an adaptation of David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interviews with Hideous Men which is screening at this week’s Sundance Film Festival.
Here’s how Mr. Krasinski managed to get the rights to Mr. Read More
A few nights ago we finally caught Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story on cable, having intentionally missed it last winter. It was exactly the kind of movie we expected it to be… a better version of the Scary Movie/Date Movie/Epic Movie/Please God Not Another Movie spoof films but with lots of unnecessary full frontal Read More
There’s a simple explanation for why George Clooney’s Leatherheads (no. 3) performed well below expectations this weekend: it just wasn’t that good of a movie. Were 21 (no. 1) or horror flick The Ruins (no. 2)—both outgrossed Leatherheads here in the city, with 21 managing to more than double Leatherheads’ receipts—that much better? No, at Read More