ĎI Love Her More!!í Hercules Laughs Very Hard At Tonightís Return Of FXís LOUIE!!
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Hercís Seen FXís WILFRED!!
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Emma Thompson to Write ANNIE Remake
Itís been a few months since we last heard about the Annie remake, developed by Will Smith as a starring vehicle for daughter Willow. At the time, Glee creator Ryan Murphy was mentioned as the frontrunner to direct. Smith and co-producer Jay-Z probably missed the chance to squeeze the shoot into the Glee spring/summer production hiatus between season two and three. To do so they would have needed a script. On that front, Vulture hears Smith and Jay-Z are in negotiations Oscar-winning screenwriter Emma Thompson to write the musical. Presumably, the topic came up as Smith and Thompson shared a break on the set of Men in Black III.
Review: ‘Bad Teacher’ Only Deserves A Mildly Passable Grade > The Playlist
It’s also sadly missing that added dimension that made “Bridesmaids” so special and essential – a willingness to investigate the real life, occasionally quite sticky aspects of female friendship. “Bad Teacher” is more straightforwardly cartoonish, but it’s often times almost as funny. We’re not sure how it will be interpreted in the context of the current discussion of women in comedy, but if you’re looking for some decent laughs to unwind your brain, “Bad Teacher” will deliver in that respect. However, if you’re looking for something with more meat around its bones, the picture tends to feel like a half-hearted and hurriedly written term-paper that you can only marginally endorse. [B-]
Bad Teacher: Movie Review
Looks like this one might be good for the discount theater.Though the film doesn’t sizzle or reinvent the wheel, it’s still consistently funny. That’s really all a comedy needs to be, and this works, though it feels like there’s a slightly better movie in the material. But director Jake Kasdan knows how to make watchable films, and much like his Walk Hard (which is often more conceptually funny than something that makes you laugh out loud), the replay factor on this one looks high.
REVIEW: Cameron Diaz Slinks to the Head of the Class in Bad Teacher | Movieline
Bad Teacher is hardly a perfect picture, but in the context of every other comedy on the summer movie landscape — from the faux empowerment of Bridesmaids to the neurotic frat-guy heteromania of The Hangover Part II — it feels revolutionary. When Diaz’s Elizabeth Halsey, an unapologetic bad apple, slinks into her seventh-grade classroom in black leggings and five-inch Loubs, her bloodshot eyes hidden behind black Ray-Bans, she’s not anyone we aspire to be, or even anyone we’d want to be friends with. She frees us from the tyranny of relatability: She’s a flagrant, unrepentant fictional character, perhaps the scariest thing a woman in a modern movie can be.