Thursday, March 29, 2012

'On the Road' Trailer!

On the Road, based on the famous 'beatnik' novel written by Jack Kerouac was recently announced to be premiering at Cannes this Summer. This actually looks pretty interesting and will hopefully do the job of making the material from the book  seem more coherent. Here's the latest poster from the film ad it's trailer! The film stars Tom Sturridge, Kristen StewartGarrett Hedlund, Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst, and Steve Buscemi. 

Monday, March 26, 2012

Behind the Scenes of Justin Bieber's New Single 'Boyfriend'

Justin Bieber has just released his new single 'Boyfriend' off of his forthcoming album, Believe and while people are saying things like "he's channeling Justin Timberlake."  I just think it's fun.  Plain and simple.  It's got a great beat that was co-produced by Mike Posner, his voice sounds great, and the song super catchy! Check out a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the single.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Karmin Leave Us 'Brokenhearted' and Wanting More!

The duo just released the video for their followup single, Brokenhearted off of their forthcoming album.  I was really impressed with the quality of video and the natural feel to it.  What the video did exceptionally well was incorporate the songs' emotional roller coaster of pining for someone who doesn't want you back (at least the poppy melody makes you forget about that!). I really enjoyed the video a lot and think Karmin continues to solidify their spot in the Pop music world.


Thursday, March 15, 2012

A BLAST and Full of Laughs!: 21 Jump Street Review

First off, let me start by saying, based on the trailer alone I had NO desire to see this film.  But then  suddenly, rave reviews began to pop up everywhere (kind of like zits before a big event).  So I gave in to the "Chandamonium"  and decided to see  21 Jump Street .  And I've gotta say, I don't think I've laughed that hard in theaters in a very long time; at least since Superbad. Which is no surprise since they have a funny actor  in common. Jonah Hill continues to hone his comedy skills, and keeps getting better.  Along with Channing Tatum, they create an incredible duo who play well off of one another. I must say, I was genuinely impressed with how funny Tatum was. He and Hill, along with snappy dialogue, are the sole reason this film works so well.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

So a Pothead, A Paint Store Manager, and their Mom Meet on a Bridge... A Review of "Jeff Who Lives at Home"

If you were expecting Step Brothers meets Little Miss Sunshine much like I was, Jeff Who Lives at Home definitely wasn't it.  In the end, it was a charming story with a lot of  heart. The film, while extremely well acted by all of  the cast, took really weird turns and consisted of strange shots and jarring pacing leaving you not quite knowing how to feel.

This film did, however, do a great job of connecting these characters on a deeper level in short amount of time and create meaningful relationships that were super entertaining to watch.  There are a ton of laughs provided by Segel, Helms, and Sarandon.

What I really took away from the film was how much of a passion project it really was.  The film's low budget (demonstrated by it's grittiness) adds a lot to the emotion of the film rather than hindering it.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Sean William Scott Takes No Crap in 'Goon' Trailer!

Ever wonder what it's like to be a Hockey enforcer on the ice? Well, if you're not from Canada, most likely your answer is 'no'.  However, in the upcoming film  Goon, partially written by Jay Baruchel of Knocked Up fame brings this career to light and makes it not only fun but interesting as well. Check out the trailer here!

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Ryan Gosling in a Walt Disney Biopic?!

NOT! It looks like this recent poster that has been making its rounds on the interenet is a hoax.  Created by Paris based artist Pascal Witaszek. The artwork on the poster features none other than HUGE disney fan, and former star Ryan Gosling sitting on a train working on sketches with the brilliant tagline Of a mouse and a man. Despite, this project not officially happening, this is still pretty cool. And who knows, maybe Walt will be coming to theaters near us one of these days!

**Check out larger image after the jump!