CFN Gazette staff
Maybe it’s because her new NBC sitcom finally premiered to indifference,
but the Interwebs aren’t as obsessed over former Oklahoman turned
actress/model/geek icon Olivia Munn as in weeks past.
CFN Gazette staff
Last week, one of the most burning questions surrounding former Oklahoman turned actress/model/geek icon (and now unwitting Oklahoma Gazette cover girl!) Olivia Munn is one that will have been answered by the time you read this.
Drama Rod Lott
Please believe me when I say that my dislike for Magic Mike has nothing to do with being heterosexual. It has everything
to do with mediocre acting and a mess of a script. And I say this as
one of the civilized nation’s biggest Steven Soderbergh’s apologists who
will defend the goodness of Haywire and Contagion to the point of fisticuffs if we must.
Sci-Fi Rod Lott
Like The Punisher,
Judge Dredd serves as judge, jury and executioner, all rolled into one.
Like The Punisher, Judge Dredd also received a cinematic reboot in an
attempt to right precious filmmakers’ wrongs.
Comedy Rod Lott
There’s nothing wrong per se with The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.
It just desperately lacks the edge you know it had to have at some
early stage, but lost somewhere in all the tinkering to tailor it to a widest-possible audience. Enough hints of it remain to make the movie worth a watch —
perfectly agreeable, if perfectly forgettable.
Thriller Rod Lott
Unleashed to home video enthusiasts again — this time courtesy of Warner Archive — 1964's Lady in a Cage traps the elderly Cornelia (the legendary Olivia de Havilland, Gone with the Wind) in an elevator. The lift isn't in an office building or department store, but in her own home; the cane-leaning Cornelia's been using it to bypass stairs after breaking her hip.