Directed by Morgan “Super Size Me” Spurlock and produced by Will Arnett and Jason Bateman, this comic documentary on man-grooming – including amazing beardsmen, handlebar ‘taches and more than a sprinkling of manscaping - debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival and promises more than a few laughs. Highlights include a effortlessly funny Paul Rudd, and the self confessed anti-groomer Zach Galifianakis. Showing at selected screens across North America now. Check out mansomethemovie.com for more.
Last night, in an exclusive interview with CBC's George Stroumboulopoulos, Supreme Leader Admiral-General Aladeen said of Canadians "Their greatest strength is sitting quietly and politely obeying without question." He also criticized Stephen Harper's haircut, but went on to praise the prime minister for "silencing the media."
The Dictator opens in theatres across Canada today.
Although he’s starred in a number of films since laying to rest The O.C.’s resident hunky geek, Adam Brody still hasn’t exactly found his groove as a post-TV-teen thespian. That’s all set to change this year.
Why should vampires get to have all the sex? Zombies are enjoying an extraordinary renaissance in pop culture right now. Fast zombies, funny zombies, pet zombies. We’ve seen practically every variation on George A. Romero’s modern zombie spawned by his cult debut Night of the Living Dead in 1968. But Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce is finally taking zombies to the next level – gay porn.
All too often with Canadian comedies you’re forced to say a movie is funny with the qualifier “for a low budget Canadian production.” Odd for a country that has a long track record of turning out some of Hollywood’s funniest and most successful comedians. This is not the case with Cooper’s Camera. True, it’s a low budget Canadian production, but it’s brilliant and funny, no qualifiers necessary.
Thank you for an awesome interview! It was very good and absolutely needed. I've missed The Radio Dept. I remembering standing a bit up from the scene where they were playing in Arvikafestivalen 2003, I was 18. Every Radio Dept song was like the best sex, most profound political stance and pride. I am from Karlstad, Sweden.
Jag älskar er, Radio Dept! Tack för alla åren och tack som fan för detta!