TV & Film
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This week in At the Movies, Rolling Stone's Peter Travers takes you on a Date Night with a pair of NBC Thursday Night marquee names: The Office's Steve Carell and 30 Rock's Tina Fey. The two titans of comedy play a suburban married couple that have lost the spark in their marriage until a case of mistaken identity have them on the run from mobsters in New York City. You've seen the plot before in movies like Blind Date and After Hours, and much of Date Night is sub par, but Carell and Fey's talents shine in the film.
[LESS INFO] 899 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 04/01/10
Rolling Stone's Peter Travers has his Scum Bucket out, ready to scoop up this weekend's paltry new flicks as two stinkers yes, Clash of the Titans and The Last Song, are the subject of this installment of At the Movies. Looking to cash in on the 3-D craze, producers quickly transformed the Clash of the Titans remake from a "ridiculously stupid" 2-D movie to a "ridiculously stupid" 3-D movie, turning the 1981 special effects classic into a P.O.S., Travers says.
[LESS INFO] 645 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 03/25/10
In this week's At the Movies, Rolling Stone's Peter Travers kicks some past with the most ingeniously titled film since Snakes on a Plane, Hot Tub Time Machine. The title alone tells you all you need to know.
At the Movies With Peter Travers: "The Runaways," "The Bounty Hunter," "Repo Men" and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
[LESS INFO] 561 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 03/18/10
This week At the Movies, one of the most anticipated rock biopics in years hits theatres in The Runaways, the story of teenage girl punk band that exploded onto the music scene in the early-1970s, and Rolling Stone's Peter Travers is here to tell you all about it.
[LESS INFO] 517 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 03/11/10
Rolling Stone's Peter Travers is still beaming from The Hurt Locker's Best Picture win, and this week At the Movies there's another Iraq War-based thriller entering theatres: Green Zone starring Matt Damon in the very Bourne-like role of a military man searching for the WMDs the government said existed in Iraq prior to the second invasion. Finally this week, we have some bad news for the Twilighters out there: Your boy R-Pattz' new film Remember Me is going straight into the Scum Bucket.
[LESS INFO] 625 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 03/05/10
Peter Travers recently hosted a chat session with the elusive Crispin Glover and got the star of Tim Burton's new Alice in Wonderland to reveal the real reason he didn't star in Back to the Future Part II, why River's Edge is one of the few films he's seen featuring his own work, and the truth behind his infamous 1987 David Letterman interview.
[LESS INFO] 349 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 03/05/10
With the Oscars set to air live this Sunday, Rolling Stone movie critic Peter Travers remains a man divided, with each Academy Award category making him choose between his love of indie cinema and Hollywood films. These two facets of Travers' psyche literally duke it out in our inaugural Travers Vs. Travers, as Sundance Pete and Box Office Travers get into a yelling match about who will win in the Academy Awards' biggest categories.
[LESS INFO] 518 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 03/04/10
Lewis Carroll's classic story enters the 21st century in this week's At the Movies as Rolling Stone's Peter Travers takes you on a cinematic journey through Disney and director Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. However, whatever you do this weekend, do not see the cop drama Brooklyn's Finest, which earned a rare Zero Stars review from Travers in the new issue of Rolling Stone is an automatic addition to the Scum Bucket.
[LESS INFO] 364 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 02/26/10
After a parade Scum Bucket-worthy flicks marched through theatres the past few weeks, two of the greatest living directors have arrived to rescue cinema from the February doldrums as Rolling Stone's Peter Travers takes a look at the latest works from Martin Scorsese and Roman Polanski in this week's At the Movies.
[LESS INFO] 394 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 02/18/10
In this week's At the Movies, to pay homage to director Kevin Smith's "too fat to fly" controversy, Rolling Stone movie critic Peter Travers is feeling too fat to review movies. With the Academy Awards rapidly approaching, Travers also fields all your Oscar questions.
[LESS INFO] 428 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 02/12/10
Sarah Silverman stopped by the RS offices yesterday to treat us to an impromptu song about stopping by the RS offices. She also gave Peter Travers a rundown of what we can expect on The Sarah Silverman Program this season.
[LESS INFO] 382 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 02/11/10
It's Valentine's Day this weekend At the Movies, and with this heartwarming holiday comes a namesake film that Rolling Stone's Peter Travers predicts will be the Worst Movie of 2010, Valentine's Day. Travers can't help but hate this movie about love, and there's not much to love about this "all-star fiasco" starring Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Taylor Swift, Taylor Lautner, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Gardner and dozens more stars who should have known better than appear in this film.
[LESS INFO] 403 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 02/04/10
There's some bad news for all you who wanted to kill time at the multiplex this weekend before the Super Bowl: In this installment of At the Movies, Rolling Stone's Peter Travers says it's a bleak, bleak week for new films. You pretty much have two new flicks entering theatres this weekend, and they're both pretty awful.
[LESS INFO] 468 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 02/02/10
Ten shots for Best Picture, and The Blind Side gets a nod? What about smaller movies, like Moon with Sam Rockwell — did you ever think of nominating him? Tilda Swinton in Julia? Abbie Cornish in Bright Star? How about some fresh thinking?
[LESS INFO] 465 VIEWS | ADDED 08:01:00 01/21/10
After a couple weeks' reprieve, the movie studio dumping ground that is January comes to multiplexes in full effect this weekend, and Rolling Stone's movie critic Peter Travers is here to tell you what to avoid At the Movies. In an effort to seek refuge from these January films, Travers is heading to the Sundance Film Festival this weekend. To follow Travers as he watches indie cinema's best in Utah, follow his voyages over at his Twitter.