The film opens with Statham's character, Phil Broker, working a drug bust as an undercover DEA agent. Armed with a hilariously terrible wig job, and some corny dialogue, Statham by all appearances looks to have walked into an R rated 80's action flick.
When you think of the apocalypse -- filled with hell-bent creatures with a thirst for carnage, cannibals, and savages -- a Seth Rogen movie is the last thing you would conjure up in your mind. This is the End is to a Roland Emmerich movie what Shaun of the Dead is to a George A. Romero movie.
As I watched Oz the Great and Powerful, I came to a stunning conclusion: Sam Raimi's intentions are always met. What I mean by this is that when he wants you to laugh, you will laugh. When he wants you to scare you, you will feel fear. When he wants to build tension, you will be on the edge of your seat.
With expectations of sunshine and celebrities, the ShowbizMonkeys.com team descended from their respective northern perches to cover the 83rd Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, California.
It was announced this week that James Franco and Anne Hathaway will be co-hosting the 83rd Academy Awards this year on February 27th, 2011.
I adore both of these actors and I wish them well with perhaps the most thankless job in Hollywood.