Patton Oswalt takes That Shelf Managing Editor Jason Gorber on a deep dive into his latest project, the stop-motion animated M.O.D.O.K.
Edgar Wright and some famous faces pay loving tribute to Sparks, a band that defies mass popularity while still maintaining a niche of dedicated music fans spanning decades of releases.
This week, the boys check out Michael Giacchino's extremely French score for 2007's Pixar outing "Ratatouille". Vider son verre, tout le monde!
Although it doesn't work 100% of the time, Ben Stiller's take on James Thurber's famous short story The Secret Life of Walter Mitty shows the filmmaker and actor maturing as an artist full of wonderful vision and boundless ambition that make it a joy to watch.
The Bitter Buddha takes a fascinating backstage look at one of the most fascinating, lesser known, and most widely admired comedians working today, Eddie Pepitone.
Bolstered by a great sense of pacing, a darkly comedic sensibility, and the best performance of Steve Carell's career thus far, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World has a sense of warmth and humanity many films this summer have been missing.
Of all the months this summer, June has become so stacked that we had to divide our summer movie preview up into two parts! Today, we take a look at Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Magic Mike, That's My Boy, Safety Not Guaranteed, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, and G.I. Joe: Retaliation!
Sometimes movies take themselves far too seriously for their own good. Writers will come up with ridiculous premises that directors play a bit too straight in hopes that the film ends up saying something meaningful about the human condition. Young Adult is one such film.