Wowsers. Atlanta unabashedly, unquestionably and unequivocally loves Tyler Perry. Pictured above are all the playing times for Perry’s “I Can Do Bad All By Myself” at Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 in downtown Atlanta today. That’s a new showing every half hour.
Atlanta’s probably sole legitimate filmmaker, Tyler Perry, made Vanity Fair’s “New Establishment” list, which claims to be the best list of the country’s most important leaders or whatever. If you actually sit down and read this list, very little of it makes sense. (How the crap is Ari Emanuel the 67th most important leader in the country? The dude is more well known as a fake version of himself on “Entourage” than… himself… his actual, sentient self.) Continue reading ‘Perry named to Vanity Fair’s ‘New Establishment’’
I don’t give two shits about television typically, but, oh Lord, this is too awesome to be true. Continue reading ‘‘Vampire Diaries’ stars arrested for, uh, flashing motorists in Ga.’
Published September 7, 2009
Tags: 500 Days of Summer, Anvil! The Story of Anvil, Bob Peterson, Cary Fukunaga, District 9, Goodbye Solo, Inglourious Basterds, Jody Hill, Marc Davis, Neill Blomkamp, Observe and Report, Olivier Assayas, Pete Docter, Quentin Tarantino, Ramin Bahrani, Sacha Gervasi, Scott Teems, Sin Nombre, Summer Hours, That Evening Sun, Up
So, it’s been an interesting first half of the moviegoing year. There’s been a decent number of fantastic movies, most of them surprises or lesser-known movies (which, actually, is a serious problem no matter how many cinephiles like championing shit you’ve never heard of). The last eight months were also the best shot you’ll have this year of seeing a wicked-awesome flick, but more on that in this very insightful hyperlink. Right now… Continue reading ‘The Top 10 so far and the craptastic, forthcoming fall movie season’