Ricky Gervais and Eric Bana play radio journalists claiming to be in war zones while actually holed up in a New York City apartment. Their scheme backfires when they convince the world that they’ve been kidnapped in Ecuador. Premieres on Netflix on 4/29/16.
Artist Cuyler Smith’s series Trading Cards are retro-style cards of fictional athletes from popular movies and TV shows, including Sidney Deane, Daniel LaRusso and… Goldberg?! Each card is limited to 80 copies. Also available as a framed set.
Andy Samberg plays Junior, the top stork employee in the company that delivers babies, which is now switching to delivering goods instead. Trouble begins when one of his company’s last baby making machines pops out an unauthorized baby.
(NSFW) “It takes a village… to make me look dope.” Andy Samberg plays a spoiled pop star surrounded by yes men and unnecessary employees in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, a mockumentary co-written and co-directed by The Lonely Island.
“We need to be put in check.” Iron Man throws his support behind a jail for super-powered beings, whether friend or foe. But Captain America doesn’t think his colleagues deserve such an insulting – HOLY CRAP.
In this action comedy, Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood play two corrupt cops working for their department’s evidence unit. They find out that a drug dealer has an underground vault in the freezer of a grocery store, so they plot to get in and steal its contents.
The forgetful fish Dory remembers that she has a family and sets out to find them in what appears to be an ironically familiar story, except now with an octopus, a beluga whale and a whale shark. Finding Dory premieres 6/17/16.
Two years after a famous war photographer dies in a car accident, a retrospective of her work forces her husband and sons to confront their loss once more, especially the fact that her death was not as simple as it seems.
The critically-acclaimed animated movie April and the Extraordinary World takes place in a steampunk version of 1940s France. It’s about a woman searching for her parents, who were two of the scientists abducted by villains bent on hindering technological progress.
(PG-13) A mega-episode about Crispin Glover, most known for his part as George McFly in Back to the Future. Glover certainly had the looks and the talent to be a star, but his eccentricity aggravated many of his colleagues.