The Walls Have Ears
Thanks to the anemic box office take by Detroit Rock City,
we will be spared the following 70's / 80's rock movies which our
recently paroled band of gossip spies assured us were all, at one
time, greenlit by major studios. And MGM.
A group of kids skip school, smoke weed, and steal a bobsled in
a cross-country trip to hear Geddy Lee sing Tom Sawyer at a karaoke
bar. Dave Foley stars as someone's dad.
The Jewel Of The Nile
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones (replacing Kathleen Turner)
trailblaze their way through rainforests in search of the elusive
Jewel, the Goddess of Bad Teeth & Poetry. Tony Shaloub replaces
Danny Devito, who has better things to do with his time.
Roger And Me
Michael Moore's latest info-stalker venture. In his attempt to infiltrate
the life of Roger Daltrey, Moore finds surprisingly few obstacles
in his way and meets Daltrey at a 7-11 within five minutes of the
start of the film. The rest of the running time is spent discussing
domestic political policies and eating.
Breakfast At Tiffany's
Former bubblegum pop-star and Wallace Shawn star in this long-awaited
sequel to My Dinner With Andre. Features heated debate between
"thinking we're alone now" and man's struggle with a solitary existence.
Shot on location at the IHOP in Reseda where Tiffany is currently
the shift manager.
In The Mouth Of Madness
You don't want to know.