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Blu-Ray Review: Despite Flaws, ‘The Green Hornet’ Leaves Viewers Buzzed

The Green Hornet Blu-Ray

CHICAGO – A mere glance at the pedigree of this action comedy causes one’s expectations to soar: the director of “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” joins forces with the writers of “Superbad.” How cool is that? Michel Gondry’s childlike sensibilities would appear to be an ideal match for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s infectious whimsicality.

Film Review: Simon Pegg, Seth Rogen Have Close Encounter in Fun ‘Paul’

Paul, Simon Pegg

CHICAGO – When having fun at the movies seems in short supply, the British film duo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost come along with one of their goofy, comic tributes to our cinematic heritage. After zombies in “Shaun of the Dead” and action heroes in “Hot Fuzz.” Pegg and Frost take on the extra terrestrials in “Paul.”

Interview: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost Partner With ‘Paul’

CHICAGO – Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are a movie team and British treasures. Acclaimed for their previous teaming in “Shaun of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz,” Pegg and Frost both wrote and star in their latest comedy, the space alien farce “Paul.”

Film Review: ‘The Green Hornet’ Overly Limelights a Cavalier But Thrilling Seth Rogen

CHICAGO – “The Green Hornet,” which could have been titled “The Seth Rogen Show,” is an uneven mix between a stroke of comic book genius and a self-righteous attempt at being both comedy and drama.

Slideshow: 27-Image Gallery For ‘The Green Hornet’ With Seth Rogen

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Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz, and Jay Chou

CHICAGO – This 27-image slideshow contains all of the official press images for the highly-anticipated “The Green Hornet,” starring Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Cameron Diaz, Tom Wilkinson, Christoph Waltz, and Edward James Olmos. The film was directed by Michel Gondry. It will be released on January 14th, 2011.

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Funny People’ Disappointing Movie, Amazing Blu-Ray

Funny People

CHICAGO – Whatever problems I may have with Judd Apatow’s “Funny People” (and I’ll get to those, trust me), the Blu-Ray release for the comedy is easily one of the most extensive and impressive of the year with hours of bonus material and some amazing archival footage that makes the package a must-own for fans of the film. If only the movie itself lived up to such an impressive HD treatment.

Blu-Ray Review: Seth Rogen, Anna Faris in Hilarious ‘Observe and Report’

Observe and Report

CHICAGO – All of you DVD and Blu-Ray buyers who lament the neverending flow of slapstick comedies that basically all feel and look the same owe it to director Jody Hill and star Seth Rogen to rent or buy “Observe and Report,” one of the best comedies of the year to date and one of the most daring movies of the last several years.

Nicolas Cage Out of Michel Gondry’s ‘The Green Hornet’

Nicolas Cage

CHICAGO – Production has begun recently on “The Green Hornet” but not for Nicolas Cage. For months Cage has been set to star as the film’s villain, but according to Screen Crave things have gone bad. Cage has dropped out of the film when the negotiations for the star have fallen through.

Interview: Charlyne Yi, Jake M. Johnson Talk Love in ‘Paper Heart’

CHICAGO – When confronted with the observation that her body language closed up whenever her love history was examined in the just released “Paper Heart,” the film’s star Charlyne Yi posed exactly like that in a publicity picture.

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