Posts Tagged ‘Maya Rudolph’

2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards Presenters Added

Actor recipients Ed Helms, Julianna Margulies and Natalie Portman will join SAG Awards social network ambassador Regina King, SAG President Ken Howard and actor nominees Armie Hammer, Kyle Chandler, Judy Greer, Maya Rudolph and Octavia Spencer as presenters[...]

Under Review: ‘Bridesmaids’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Too often, women in movies seem to be put into stereotypical roles, either as eye-candy or as the dramatic and teary-eyed scene fillers. Well, get ready, because “Bridesmaids” takes those molds and flips them over and gives them a swift kick.[...]

Seven Clips from ‘Bridesmaids’

— by ALEXA MILAN — I’ve been pumped to see the Kristen Wiig-penned comedy “Bridesmaids” since I saw the first trailer, and this new batch of clips makes me even more certain the film should be worth my while. Wiig plays Annie, a woman with a tight wallet and a terrible [...]

Trailer: Bridesmaids (Feature Version)

— by JESSIKA OWENS — Kristen Wiig first caught my attention on “Saturday Night Live” when I saw her perform in a skit where she played Megan Mullally, and it freaked me out. The impression is so spot on of Mullally’s signature character of Karen Walker that it kind of s[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Bridesmaids’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Girls, do you love a good comedy but don’t exactly relate to the rom-com cliches of Katherine Heigl? Do you want to see a movie about sisterhood but the fashionistas of “Sex and the City” don’t remind you of your girlfriends? Well thanks to Kris[...]

Under Review: ‘MacGruber’

— by ROB COX — “MacGruber” is a sobering reminder of one of my own basic tenets for reviewing film: an “upper decker” [joke] in the trailer does not a classic comedy make. Sometimes, as with the “MacGruber” trailer, I forget that sage guideline and find myself all a-flutter o[...]

Three Red-Band Clips from ‘MacGruber’

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — “Saturday Night Live” has experimented a few times with bringing re-occurring sketches to the big screen and has experienced varying levels of success with them. Their latest addition, “MacGruber” (based off sketches that parody “MacGyver[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Grown Ups’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — I’m not going to lie, when I heard about an Adam Sandler movie called “Grown Ups,” I wasn’t too excited. As a matter a fact, I completely dismissed it. I have loved many of Adam’s movies, but lately he has been going down a path I have[...]