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Film Review: ‘Game Over, Man!’

A dumbed-down “Die Hard” tribute debuting on Netflix, Kyle Newacheck’s “Game Over, Man!” is a movie full of bodily fluids and violence, centered on three dopey hotel housekeepers with terrible ideas of how to achieve their ideas of getting rich who choose the worst possible time to pitch one of their harebrained ideas to a […]

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‘Game Over, Man!’ Review: The ‘Workaholics’ Team Reunites for a Drug-Addled Riff on ‘Die Hard’

The only convincing explanation for the existence of “Game Over, Man!” is that the brain trust behind Comedy Central’s “Workaholics” got really high on salvia one night and started to wonder what a remake of “Die Hard” might look like if it were written by Judd Apatow, directed by McG, and financed by whatever spare […]

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Jedi Council: Will Rey Rebuild Luke’s Lightsaber in ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’?

On today’s Collider Jedi Council, Kristian Harloff, Ken Napzok, and Rosie Knight discuss the following: In separate interviews with Empire magazine, Rian Johnson and producer Ram Bergman offered updates on the status of Johnson’s upcoming Star Wars trilogy. In separate interviews with RadioTimes.com, Domnhall Gleeson and Daisy Ridley offered their thoughts on what direction J.J. […]

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‘Heavy Trip’ is the Wild and Crazy Heavy Metal Comedy You Need in Your Life [SXSW]

Juuso Laatio and Jukka Vidgren’s Heavy Trip blast-beats a warrior’s drum for road-trippin’ comedics and heavy metal odysseys. This is a story of companionship bonded by outsider dismissal; a blossoming “Symphonic Post-Apocalyptic Reindeer-Grinding Christ-Abusing Extreme War Pagan Fennoscandian” metal band ready to break from their basement shackles. Laatio and Vidgren respect Nordic brands of face-melting […]

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‘Isle of Dogs’ Backlash: Wes Anderson Criticized for Racial Stereotypes and ‘Marginalizing Japanese Culture’

Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” has received near universal acclaim from film critics (the movie currently has a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes), but even some who have enjoyed the stop-motion film have taken issue with the director’s representation of Japanese culture. The film is receiving criticism for racial stereotypes just ahead of its March 23 […]

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Josh Trank’s Al Capone Film, ‘Fonzo,’ Starring Tom Hardy Announces Its Full Cast

It’s only been about three years since Josh Trank’s last film, “Fantastic Four,” but honestly it feels like a lifetime since the director has had a new project in development. After a series of unfortunate press clippings about his off-set activities and short-lived collaboration with Lucasfilm, people have been waiting for Josh Trank to have […]

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Wes Anderson Films Ranked — From Worst to Best

Twenty-two years and nine films into his career, Wes Anderson has crafted one of the most stylistically distinct oeuvres of all contemporary American auteurs: from his color palette to his framing style to his cockeyed sense of humor, you can spot an Anderson film at a hundred paces. But a unified body of work isn’t […]

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