For various reasons the WGA had disqualified many of the year's best scripts, including Toy Story 3, and The King's Speech, which left some serious gaps in the lineup
When you have the writers behind Bad Santa scripting and directing a movie about gay con-artists, it's fair to assume that the material is probably best represented when uncensored, as seen in the
The trailer pokes fun at the Christmas-timed release and gets in a pretty gross "Guess who's coming?" joke right from the outset-- yes, this
It's been a long, hard road for I Love You Phillip Morris. It's been nearly two years since the film played at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival and
espite rumors that the film might be "too gay" for American audiences-- McGregor and Carrey play a pair of inmates who fall in love in prison-- the delays for I Love You Phillip Morris
It honestly seems like more hassle than its worth at this point to put this films in theaters, especially since it's been out on DVD in Europe for months now and carries the stench of trouble with it
We should have known that the trouble with getting a release date for I Love You Phillip Morris wasn't just about the gay content. The film's financier EuropaCorp has taken away distribution rights from Consolidated Pictures Group
The movie didn't exactly get raves when it debuted at Sundance, but much more poorly reviewed Sundance films have had no trouble getting a release. It seems that Consolidated isn't exactly sure how to sell
Everyone’s favorite man-o-lantern Steve Carell is one of the busiest comedians in Hollywood. Not only is he the star of the disgustingly popular NBC series The Office, but he has three films in post production and another ten or so in development lined up for the next year. The man is a well-oiled comedy machine who’s at the top and still climbing.
The clips give us a look at the different tones of the movie and its ability to be both funny, touching, and serious all at the same time. McGregor's Phillip Morris may be a little over the top
As the release date creeps up for the long awaited Jim Carrey project I Love You, Phillip Morris, we're seeing a lot of promotional materials coming around for it. Thanks to Consolidated Pictures Group stepping up and taking a chance
We snagged the film’s obnoxiously cliché international trailer back in July and, just the other day, the film’s Japanese trailer website went live. Now, IMP Awards got a hold of the new Russian poster.
Honestly, watching the trailer, I finally understand why this movie had such a hard time finding a distributor. It's a weird combination of gay panic jokes, genuine gay romance, and serious violence, with Jim Carrey's character doing harm to himself and others to get back in jail and back to the one he loves
Phillip Morris will be screening again overseas very soon, as part of the Directors Fortnight at Cannes. It's entirely possible that the film has undergone some tweaks since the Sundance premiere, and may be a little more comprehensible and audience-friendly this time around