Here's a roundup of the best stories and articles in Movies Without Pity this week:
Find out why director Guy Ritchie is the Ayatollah of ripping himself and others off with his new crime caper RocknRolla.
Bill Murray is a comic genius, but he's not a genius at picking roles that are appropriate to his level of talent. We run down the biggest wastes of his time.
Our own Mindy reviews Body of Lies. It's okay, she guesses.
Okay, so maybe Quentin Tarantino didn't really write the original script for Sex Drive... but if he did, he'd be pissed.
Did you know Christian Slater is doing TV now? Apparently, Kuffs was the beginning of a bad streak. Check out what he has to say about his new show, My Own Worst Enemy.
The casting rumors are flying faster than the cars in front of 221b Baker Street about just who is going to be cast opposite Robert Downey Jr. in Guy Ritchie's upcoming Sherlock Holmes reinvention project. A couple of weeks ago Guy Ritchie denied rumors that Russell Crowe had been cast to play sidekick Dr. Watson, although it was quickly followed up with not-yet-denied rumors that Crowe would play Holmes' nemesis Moriarty. Now the casting rumor roulette wheel has spun again for the part of Dr. Watson and landed, rather curiously, on Colin Farrell.