'Lee Daniels' The Butler' is an eight-course meal of movies served all at once. The entree is a searing racial drama, haunting in its depiction of America's stained history. The other seven courses, delivered without grace, flatten the taste. Fine ingredients — a rousing ensemble and sporadically sharp script — can't make up for a cook's sloppy work. 'The Butler' is a mishmash of prestige qualifiers, unfit to dish out, but plated nonetheless.
In this week's Dose of Ridiculous, 'Jurassic Park 4' is moving ahead, Justin Timberlake might be the next David Hasselhoff (yeah, we know), Adam Carolla pretends he's still relevant, and Kim Kardashian is full of it.
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