Mike Judge

Mike Judge

Mike Judge Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS

Silicon Valley Screening

Alec Berg, Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Mike Judge, Martin Starr and Matt Ross - HBO Presents The Season Two Screening of Silicon Valley With Mike Judge and Alec Berg at The Village - San Francisco, California, United States - Thursday 9th April 2015

Alec Berg, Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Mike Judge, Martin Starr and Matt Ross
Mike Judge and Alec Berg
Alec Berg
Mike Judge, Kumail Nanjiani, Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Martin Starr and Alec Berg
Mike Judge, Kara Swisher and Alec Berg
Kara Swisher, Mike Judge, Alec Berg, Thomas Middleditch, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, Zach Woods and Matt Ross

Texas Film Awards

Mike Judge - Texas Film Awards held at The Austin Studios - Arrivals at Austin Studios - Austin, Texas, United States - Sunday 15th March 2015

Mike Judge
Mike Judge
Mike Judge
Mike Judge

HRTS Comedy Panel

Dave Ferrara, Rob McElhenney, Mindy Kaling, Michael Schur, Mike Judge, Bela Bajaria and Matthew Belloni - Celebrities attend HRTS Comedy Panel with Mindy Kaling, Mike Judge, Michael Schur and Rob McElhenney at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 12th June 2014

Mindy Kaling, Rob Mcelhenney, Dave Ferrara, Michael Schur, Mike Judge, Bela Bajaria and Matthew Belloni
Matthew Belloni and Mindy Kaling
Mindy Kaling
Mindy Kaling
Mindy Kaling
Michael Schur, Mindy Kaling, Rob Mcelhenney and Mike Judge

'The Late Show With David Letterman' At The Ed Sullivan Theater - Arrivals

Mike Judge Thursday 3rd November 2011 'The Late Show with David Letterman' at the Ed Sullivan Theater - Arrivals New York City, USA

Mike Judge
Mike Judge
Mike Judge
Mike Judge
Mike Judge
Mike Judge

Outside ABC Studios To Appear On 'Good Morning America'

Mike Judge and Abc Studios Tuesday 18th October 2011 outside ABC studios to appear on 'Good Morning America' New York City, USA

Mike Judge and Abc Studios
Mike Judge and Abc Studios
Mike Judge and Abc Studios
Mike Judge and Abc Studios
Mike Judge and Abc Studios
Mike Judge and Abc Studios

Extract Trailer


Joel Reynolds is a married businessman; his business Reynold's Extract is a failing flavouring company. When his soon to be floor manager is badly injured it's just the start of worse things to come. Constantly frustrated due to the lack of sex in his marriage and his worsening financial status he turns to Dean, his best friend who works as a barman who suggests a medicinal solution to his problems. Joel being the man that he is turns down Dean's offer and returns to work.

Continue: Extract Trailer

Beavis And Butt-Head Do America Review


Good
I realize, right from the start, that absolutely nothing I say about Beavis and Butt-Head Do America is going to sway you at all, one way or another, about whether or not to see the film.

Nevertheless, I'm going to comment, mainly out of habit.

Continue reading: Beavis And Butt-Head Do America Review

Idiocracy Review


Extraordinary
Political correctness is an annoying term, and an even more annoying concept. At first it was supposedly bad to be "politically incorrect," then it was supposed to be good, then Bill Maher used it as the name of his lame, pseudo-political celebrity talk show, and it became meaningless.

But every once in a while... something that really is politically incorrect comes along, like Mike Judge's new comedy, Idiocracy. And instead of the self-congratulatory smugness of Maher's show (and other so-called satirists who pretend to be daring but are actually mainstream), there is only embarrassed silence, except for the sounds of corporate sponsors bailing and studio executives caving in.

Continue reading: Idiocracy Review

South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut Review


Excellent
I'll say it up front: This is not your classic four-star review. South Park is definitely an acquired taste, but it's one I've picked up, despite the series' lackluster performance over this season.

South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut certainly makes up for it, taking the comic adventures of four boys in the "redneck town" of South Park, Colorado to new highs, er, lows, in their feature debut.

Continue reading: South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut Review

Office Space Review


Excellent
Give Beavis and Butt-Head creator Mike Judge enough rope, and he may just hang himself. In his first live-action outing, Judge does a fair job at making sick jokes about corporate America, he just doesn't seem to make enough of them, ultimately leaving Office Space a bit flat.

Straight from Swingers, Ron Livingston makes a surprisingly good Everyman as Peter, so sick of his job ("In a week, I'd say I do 15 minutes of real work.") that he goes to a hypnotherapist for relaxation treatment. Of course (and the trailer doesn't tell you this), the therapist dies while Peter is under, leaving him in an ultra-relaxed state without a care in the world. (What's particularly funny is that Office Space was shot in high-tech ghetto north of my old hometown of Austin, Texas, where the "go-getter" attitude is severely frowned-upon.)

Continue reading: Office Space Review

Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Review


Good
Companies have created a number of brain-numbing devices to milk the susceptible wallets of adolescents in recent years. From Playstation to GameCube to Xbox, it seems as if the companies are always releasing new video game systems, only pausing to develop new and improved systems. It's a wonder they haven't come up with a device that allows the gamers to enter the video game itself.

Now they have -- except the gamers will have to drop their controllers for a few hours to catch Spy Kids 3-D in order to experience it. This is the movie video gamers have been waiting for, designed specifically for short-attention spans -- it's loaded with stimulating effects, nonstop action sequences, and, best yet, a journey inside a very cool video game in 3-D! It goes without saying that Spy Kids 3-D might be the only movie this summer with enough charisma to get your kids to leave their consoles -- so take advantage of it.

Continue reading: Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Review

Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams Review


Weak
Robert Rodriguez is slowly losing his luster as a unique filmmaker. Since his ultra-low-budget El Mariachi became one of indie film's biggest successes, Rodriguez has created some masterful works such as Desperado and From Dusk to Dawn while delivering such monstrosities such as The Faculty (three words: Harry Knowles cameo) and one segment of the ungodly Four Rooms. Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams stands as Rodriguez's biggest disappointment in his sporadic career, a homogenous and formulaic attempt in continuing the exploits of master spy kids Carmen (Alexa Vega) and Juni (Daryl Sabara) Cortez in their pursuit of truth and justice before bedtime.

This time around, Carmen and Juni are in competition with a rival Spy Kids duo of Gary Giggles (Matthew O'Leary) and his sister Gerti (Emily Osment, sister of Haley Joel) for top assignments and duties. When Juni is falsely accused of failing to save an antimatter device from the hands of the evil Dr. Romero (Steve Buscemi) and his brood of magnetic men, he is fired from the Spy Kids network. Alas, his ingenious sister Carmen hacks his Spy Kid status and re-assigns them to the mysterious island home of Dr. Romero in pursuit of the antimatter device.

Continue reading: Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams Review

Beavis And Butt-Head Do America Review


Good
I realize, right from the start, that absolutely nothing I say about Beavis and Butt-Head Do America is going to sway you at all, one way or another, about whether or not to see the film.

Nevertheless, I'm going to comment, mainly out of habit.

Continue reading: Beavis And Butt-Head Do America Review

The Animation Show Review


Excellent
Animation fans in need of a pick-me-up in the wake of Sinbad's flop (and the subsequent return of small-minded chatter about non-computer animation being "dead") should check the web for the nearest showing of The Animation Show, a new traveling anthology of old and new animated shorts, in the spirit of Spike & Mike's Festival of Animation, now an institution. Actually, film fans disappointed by recent live-action offerings from studios and indies alike should go, too.

The Animation Show has been assembled by a pair of terrific animators: Mike Judge, creator of the sublime Beavis & Butt-Head and perennial underdog King of the Hill (yes, it's good!) and Don Hertzfeldt, who is less widely known but beloved by anyone who has seen one of the more recent editions of Spike & Mike. The idea is to collect the best new animation as well as lost gems, spanning time, genre, and form, and screen it in real live theaters, where short films have become an endangered species. The result, like any anthology, is somewhat hit-and-miss, but the cumulative effect is not only entertaining, but excitingly noble, if there is such a thing.

Continue reading: The Animation Show Review

The Animation Show 2005 Review


Excellent
Mike Judge and Don Hertzfeldt are making the rounds again with their pet project The Animation Show, a touring program of that artform so needlessly pushed out of the mainstream, the animated short. The 2005 edition streamlines its presentation - there are no interfilm bumpers and no unearthed classic shorts; the oldest film, the elliptical animal story When the Day Breaks, dates back to the good old days of 1999. If I missed the first collection's sense of celebration, this one gets away with dispensing it because the films themselves may be even better.

Mini-festivals like The Animation Show are inescapably hit-or-miss, but the only out-and-out shrugger here is the beautiful but inert The Man With No Shadow - no animation anthology, it seems, would be complete without the wordless and plotless moving-painting short, usually French, that feels as if it runs for about an hour.

Continue reading: The Animation Show 2005 Review

Mike Judge

Mike Judge Quick Links

News Pictures Video Film RSS
Advertisement

Occupation

Actor


Artists
Actors
    Filmmakers
      Artists
      Bands
        Musicians
          Artists
          Celebrities
             
              Artists
              Interviews
                musicians & bands in the news
                  actors & filmmakers in the news
                    celebrities in the news

                      Go Back in Time using our News archive to see what happened on a particular day in the past.