Roll up your sleeves, cultivate that mullet and break out the pastel suits, Crockett and Tubbs are undercover, underpaid and soon to be over here.
Michael Mann’s update on his own ‘80s TV show is one of the most anticipated flicks of the summer season. With the imminent arrival of so many potential blockbusters, it’s Mann’s cred as a slick and stylish helmer that is putting this puppy near the top of totalfilm.com’s must-see list.
For Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx, a lot of speedboats, sunsets and in-deep surveillance, click here.
Wal-Mart: The High Cost Of Low Price hits selected cinemas today and we’ve got a peak at an animated teaser starring chunky country warbler Garth Brooks (maybe).
The movie itself is a documentary against what the creators feel is the corporate giants' stranglehold on American families and their values. Peeing into the wind is director Robert Greenwald who told the movie’s official site that he felt Wal-Mart was not the American institution it holds itself up to be.
Compiled of footage from dozens of cameras over three continents – the film had the retail giant concerned enough that one of its consultants actually bought tickets to a special screening to see what they were up against.
All this controversy from a director who made a lycra-clad Olivia Newton John prance about in Xanadu… wonder if she shops at Wal-Mart? Click here to see the animated trailer!