An assortment of completely different films enter the box office race this weekend, all itching to take down those apes before they rise up to number one again. Critics are already buzzing that Final Destination 5 is the best installment since Final Destination 2, which sounds kinda weird saying, but it’s a horror sequel so you’ll take what you can get. Meanwhile 30 Minutes
Review in a Hurry: Don’t “friend” Jesse Eisenberg‘s Social Network follow-up. This manic, mean-spirited actionner about a pizza delivery guy who’s forced to rob a bank plays like a very low-rent Coen Brothers comedy. You should get free pizzas for enduring more than 30 minutes of this dud.… Continue reading Movie Review: Looking for Great Comedy & Action? Then Pass on 30 Minutes or Less
Before he earned an Oscar nomination for playing insecure genius Mark Zuckerberg in David Fincher’s Facebook drama The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg helped Woody Harrelson and Emma Stone survive an undead apocalypse in Ruben Fleischer’s hit comedy Zombieland. Now Eisenberg and Fleischer have reteamed for the high-octane action comedy 30 Minutes or Less, and they’ve invited Parks and Rec funnyman Aziz Ansari along for… Continue reading Dialogue: Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari talk '30 Minutes or Less,' 'Lethal Weapon' and ... 'Tango & Cash'?
Comedy fans are eagerly awaiting the release of this weekend’s ’30 Minutes or Less,’ starring Jesse Eisenberg as a hapless pizza-delivery boy who gets sucked into an elaborate and dangerous plot when he is kidnapped by two inept criminals and forced to rob a bank for them while wearing a bomb strapped to his chest. With the help of his best friend, he must somehow pull off the… Continue reading The Director of '30 Minutes or Less' Addresses His Funny Take on the Grisly True Story
Relativity Media’s panel was a bit of a mixed bag, as they trotted out two wildly different films that were met with equally mixed reactions. Things kicked off with Steven Soderbergh making a rare Comic-Con appearance to hype his upcoming action thriller Haywire, a presentation followed by James McTeigue premiering the trailer for The Raven, a murder mystery that recasts Edgar Allen Poe as a reluctant detective during the final… Continue reading Comic-Con: The Relativity Panel, 'Haywire' Kicks Ass, 'The Raven' a Little Less So