John C. Reilly has had an eclectic 2011. This past summer he starred in the indie comedy 'Terri' -- which hits DVD on Tuesday -- as Mr. Fitzgerald, the well-meaning guidance counselor of an obese, awkward 15-year-old. Then coming up in December, he stars in 'Carnage,' the adaptation of Yasmina Reza's Broadway hit from director Roman Polanski, opposite Jodie Foster, Christoph Waltz and Kate Winslet as two sets of bickering parents. Before long he'll also appear in the big-screen debut of Adult Swim cult comedians Tim and Eric. Just a few things.
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A large teen has trouble fitting in and finds support with his school's problem youths. Read More

Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
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Two would-be filmmakers receive $1 billion to make a movie, only to see their dream run off course. Read More

Stranger Than Paradise
In Theaters on April 17th, 1991

Brooklyn lowlifes (John Lurie, Richard Edson) drive Hungarian cousin (Eszter Balint) to Florida. Read More

December 7, 2016
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A polite meeting between two sets of parents descends into chaos. Read More