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WATCH: New ‘Baywatch’ Red Band Trailer

You’ve seen the original trailers and teasers for the new “Baywatch” film. Now check out the red band trailer in all of its hilarious vulgarity. Check it out below: ABOUT “BAYWATCH” BAYWATCH follows devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon (Johnson) as he butts heads with a brash new recruit (Efron). Together, they uncover a local criminal plot […]

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WATCH: Brand New Trailer for ‘Baywatch’ With Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron

Paramount Pictures has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming “Baywatch” from Seth Gordon. Starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, the film is based on the popular ’90s television show. Check out the trailer and poster down below! BAYWATCH is in theaters May 26! Synopsis: Devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon butts heads with a brash […]

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Super Bowl Trailer: ‘Baywatch’ Big Game Look With Zac Efron

#BeBaywatch Directed by: Seth Gordon Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Priyanka Chopra, Alexandra Daddario, Jon Bass, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera BAYWATCH is in theaters May 26. “BAYWATCH” follows devoted lifeguard Mitch Buchannon (Dwayne Johnson) as he butts heads with a brash new recruit (Zac Efron). Together, they uncover a local criminal plot that threatens the future […]

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FIRST LOOK: ‘Baywatch’ Hits Theaters One Year From Now, First Official Image from Paramount Pictures

If you’re counting down the days, in exactly one year’s time, “Baywatch” from Paramount Pictures will hit theaters.  To celebrate the countdown, the team has released the first official photo with all their Twitter handles and social media to boot, in case you need to follow them. BAYWATCH opens nationwide May 19th 2017. In the […]

Upcoming ‘Baywatch’ Film Casts Pamela Anderson’s Role alongside Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron

“Baywatch,” the upcoming film version of the hit 90s show of the same name, has officially cast its most famous role: that of C.J. Parker, originally played by Pamela Anderson. Variety is reporting that model-turned-actress Kelly Rohrbach is officially taking on the role in the film. Rohrbach joins actors Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, who […]

Film Review: We Are Your Friends (★½)

While I loved Magic Mike and actually enjoyed Entourage a decent amount, if you took the very worst elements from both of those films, mixed in as many movie cliches as possible, and set it to a ton of EDM (Electronic Dance Music), that’s basically what you get with We Are Your Friends. If you’re […]

Neighbors (★★★)

There haven’t been too many overtly hilarious comedies so far in 2014, but we’ve finally got one with Neighbors. Director Nicholas Stoller isn’t particularly aiming for anything too deep here, but he is aiming to make you laugh, and boy does he succeed here. Pitting Seth Rogen against Zac Efron (along with giving Rogen a […]

VENICE FILM FESTIVAL: ‘Parkland’ Redeeming Quality is James Badge Dale

A few weeks back, one of our esteemed writers presented the possibility of Peter Landesman’s “Parkland,” the film recounting the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated, as a dark horse in the Oscar race later this year.  Just announced to be released on October 4, Landesman’s film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in the […]

The Invisible Contenders – Where Are We Not Looking?

I love the Oscar speculation game.  Reading into films, performances, filmmakers, productions, etc. and deciding whether there’s “something” there that could gather awards attention.  Every year, there’s a small, out of nowhere film or performance that breaks out in the most mysterious manner. We’ve often credited Clint Eastwood with executing the late entry contender that steals it all away.  When Million Dollar […]

At Any Price (★★★)

TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: Writer/Director Rahim Bahrani, responsible for the indie hit, Goodbye Solo (2008) puts some of his best cinematic qualities to use in his newest film At Any Price starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron.  Bahrani’s take on mid-western culture is at times fascinating though has many instances of feeling like a Lifetime movie of the week.  Layered with narrative vices […]

The Paperboy (*½)

NYFF: When discussing this film after seeing it at the New York Film Festival, my friend and colleague from The Playlist Drew Taylor said something that pretty much sums up our thoughts on Lee Daniels’ latest work. Drew said that there’s “good trash” and there’s “bad trash”. Well ladies and gentlemen, ‘The Paperboy’ is definitely […]

Liberal Arts (***½)

While I definitely enjoyed Josh Radnor’s first feature, I wasn’t prepared at all for the giant leap forward that he takes as a filmmaker with ‘Liberal Art’s, an absolute gift of a motion picture. Besides Radnor’s sublime writing and direction, he also turns in a fine lead performance, not to mention the outstanding work from […]

Did The Paperboy deliver at Cannes?

I’m not a Lee Daniels fan at all, having not cared for either of his first two films, and finding his direction to be distracting and often porous. That all being said, I’m always open to a filmmaker surprising me. ‘The Paperboy’ has an intriguing cast (including John Cusack Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman, and Matthew […]

First Look at Lee Daniels’ ‘The Paperboy’

Academy Award nominated director Lee Daniels (Precious) new film, The Paperboy, is slated to debut later this month at the Cannes Film Festival. Nicole Kidman, Matthew McConaughey, John Cusack, and Zac Efron star in this sexy crime film based on the novel by Pete Dexter. The first clip of the film shows journalist Ward James […]

The Lucky One (*½)

There’s very little to like about ‘The Lucky One’, and its problems only begin with how predictable it is. Now, being predictable is not always the worst thing in the world for a film, especially one in the romance genre (based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, no less). You basically want to see two attractive […]