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Beyond Skyline

2010’s “Skyline” maintains its unique position in bad movie history as the unlikely boondoggle that somehow made you want to see a sequel. That interest comes from its final moments: the promise of a battle royale between alien monsters, one of them steered by a human's brain. Show More Summary


Every generation of girls has its aspirational hairstyle. I grew up on the tail-end of the Farrah Fawcett era, punctuated by Dorothy Hamill-mania and Princess Di-frenzy. My idol when I was 10 was Andrea McArdle, star of the Broadway show "Annie," who had a bob cut with a little curl coming down either side of her face. Show More Summary


“A good movie is never too long, and a bad movie can never be too short.” That famous quote from Roger Ebert helps me explain why the Canadian indie comedy “Sundowners,” though it runs only 97 minutes, felt to me like it lasted 14 hours. Show More Summary

Love hurts, but not for the viewer

Alas, I could not find the unrated version of Dream Lover to watch, but that did not stop me from enjoying this thriller. Keith Bailey is the proprietor of The Unknown Movies Page.

Jesus Matt Damon, Shut the F--k Up, Already

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

It's been 5 years since Sandy Hook and schools have various procedures and drills in place for similar future attacks. It breaks my heart to see photos of these little kiddos practicing for this. What a nightmare reality this is....

Photographer Creep Terry Richardson Accused of Rape by Former Model Caron Bernstein

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Photographer, noted creep and repeated alleged sexual abuser Terry Richardson, a man who the fashion industry aided and supported for many years despite multiple accusations of abusing the women he worked with, has now been accused of rape by model...

Meet MonPère, The Murder Pillow For On-The-Go Travelers

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Sometimes I don't like to be touched. I'm not, like, anti-hugging necessarily. I just recognize that we all have our own boundaries in terms of physical contact, and mine excludes any hands-on contact that I can't see coming. Literally --...

If You Love Your Children, Don't Show Them The 'Woody Woodpecker' Movie

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

If I was a super villain and I wanted to harm all of the children of the world, I would fund and release a movie like Woody Woodpecker. If I was the Secretary of Education in the US and thought...

A Holiday Open Letter to Ellen Griswold: The Season's Most Tragic Figure

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Hi, Ellen. Happy holidays. Hope you and the kids are well. Also, your husband is the literal worst person in the world. Every year, we accept Clark Griswold as our holiday hero like it's OK and ignore the biggest victim...

Black Excellence, Brown Pride, and the Pop Culture Gifts People of Color Gave the World in 2017

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

2017 is almost over, and we've survived--nearly an entire year of constant attacks, constant fear, and constant anxiety, 12 months of calling our representatives and signing online petitions and marching in the streets. It's been rough. But it's been clear,...

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: December 14, 2017

10 NEW TO NETFLIX "8 Mile" "Brother's Keeper" "Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2" "My Happy Family" "The Santa Clause" "Temple" "The Trip to Spain" "Tyson" "The Unknown Girl" "V For Vendetta" 8 NEW TO BLU-RAY/DVD "Despicable Me 3" I have a confession: my kids love the minions, and I get it. Show More Summary

Riverdale Report: A Hard Candy Christmas

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

It'll be weeks until a new episode of Riverdale blesses us with new twisted turns and scandalous reveals. So to help tide you over, here's a second dose of our Riverdale Report. "Chapter Twenty-Two: Silent Night, Deadly Night" offered tons...

Riverdale Report: Has The Case Of The Black Hood Been Solved?

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Happy Holidays from Riverdale! In the last episode before the holiday break, this beyond bonkers teen drama gave us gift after gift: the return of vicious crone Nana Rose Blossom, Jughead maiming a drug "queenpin," Betty blackmailed a nun, and...

When Norma Desmond Met Tommy Wiseau: The Hollywood Dreams of ‘Sunset Boulevard’ and ‘The Disaster Artist’

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

At one point during Billy Wilder's gloriously cynical noir masterpiece Sunset Boulevard, William Holden's down on his luck screenwriter Joe Gillis finds himself in the crumbling mansion of Norma Desmond, the silent era's biggest star. Older but no wiser, Desmond...

But Seriously, Why Is Ed Helms A Thing When We Have Literally Anyone Else Around?

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

So, Ed Helms. He was perfect for making me thoroughly dislike Andy on The Office. He was boring and unneeded in The Hangover and then so was the entire cast in the next two sequels. Helms tried to pull off...

'Alita: Battle Angel' Trailer: What Have You Done to Rosa Salazar, James Cameron?

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Do you folks know who Rosa Salazar is? I've remember her from Parenthood (and would prefer to forget her from CHIPs), but she's been in a lot of stuff: The Maze Runner movies, American Horror Story, Man Seeking Woman, etc....

This Week In 'Seriously, Fck That Guy': Moore, Hoffman, Spurlock and Trump

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Roy Moore, a bigoted alleged child molester who believes gay people are dangerous perverts and that women shouldn't vote, lost the senate race in Alabama. We know you know, but seriously, fuck that guy and the horse he didn't know.....

Ferdinand Review

Ferdinand has laughs and bright, colorful animation. There just isn't enough there for whoever ends up taking the kids to the theater.


Bullies in pulpits. Bullies in schools. Bullies on Twitter. Bullies in the news. Enough of that kind of bull. What the world needs now is Ferdinand, sweet Ferdinand, a rare breed of bovine who takes a stand against aggression, competitive rivalry and conforming to the expectations of others. Show More Summary

Amazon's "Jean-Claude Van Johnson" Doesn't Live Up to Great Premise

Over the past few years, Jean-Claude Van Damme has packaged himself as the James Franco of the action world, with the high-kicking, legs-splitting superstar conceptualizing his star image across various projects (sometimes by playing himself). Show More Summary

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