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Nearly five full minutes of John Goodman's characters having spectacular meltdowns.
The Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is set to premiere at Cannes, and just released a new red-band Cannes trailer.
In a promising move for the future of streaming media, Amazon has <a href="https://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId=1001155581" target="_blank">released the pilots</a> of a bunch of original shows and allowed users to vote on which ones get greenlit.
Today, Amazon put all 14 of their original pilots online, including "Alpha House" with Bill Murray.
Here at FilmDrunk, we have a simple theory: John Goodman should be in everything.
I've often said that the best supercuts are the most obscure and specific, and this one ranks right up there<a href="http://www.youtube.com/user/ianlarsen?feature=watch" target="_blank">. Ian Larsen</a>'s "Oh Fat Men Where Art Howl: The Howling Fat Men of the Coen Brothers" shines a spotlight on perhaps the most overlooked part of the Coen Brothers' award-winning canon: their penchant for filming fat men screaming.
If you don't get excited about new Coen Brothers movies, we probably can't be friends.
Who knew a bowling highlight reel could be this awesome (and star-studded).
This video showed up on our tip line a few minutes ago, with the subject, "the most uproxx video i've seen".
If a critic's first responsibility is to help the reader enjoy a particular work - and I'm not sure I agree, but I've heard that - with Flight that's an easy one: stay for the first 20 minutes and then leave.
According to reports, George Clooney is set to plant his bony ass back in the director's chair this March, when he'll be directing The Monuments Men - not to be confused with <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/01/monumental-kirk-cameron-dreams-of-a-more-reagan-y-murica" target="_blank">Kirk Cameron's Monumental</a> - with a cast that includes Daniel Craig, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, The Artist’s Jean Dujardin, John Goodman, Hugh Bonneville and Bob Balaban.
Argo is not the kind of movie that expands the artistic possibilities of what a movie can be, but it's just about the high-water mark of what you can do with skilled craftsmanship alone.
By now, all Americans are aware of Chick-fil-A's stance on homosexuality but there's another player who has a beak in this battle - KFC.
I've always been a big Pixar supporter (I DON'T CARE WHO I PISS OFF BY SAYIN' I LOVE WALL-E, I DIDN'T GET WHERE I AM BY BEIN' AFRAID OF CONTROVERSY), but after a couple of Cars movies and Brave looking like the most uninspired of female-protagonist plots (I didn't get to go to my press screening so I can't confirm this yet), you wonder if the brand has lost its luster.
Argo, opening October 12th, rated Arg for Argo, just released its first trailer.
I couldn't tell you how many pilots have been announced so far during this pilot season -- 40.
A few weeks ago, when NBC announced that it had picked up a pilot from Roseanne Barr about a mobile home proprietor, I was nonplussed.
Later this fall, or perhaps in winter, many Warming Glow readers will grow tired of my casual tic of writing about how much I love "Community.