Chilling footage of a German Shepherd dog being thrown into turbulent water for the movie "A Dog's Purpose" has been leaked online. This is terrible!
At last, M. Night Shyamalan has decided to let his freak flag fly, and made the sort of unapologetic B-movie one always suspected he had pent up inside of him; it swerves from dark comedy to 1970s-esque psycho-horror as the irresistibly preposterous script struggles for attention against a delirious lead performance by James McAvoy. Show More Summary
My World Of Flops is Nathan Rabin’s survey of books, television shows, musical releases, or other forms of entertainment that were financial flops, critical failures, or lack a substantial cult following. Like seemingly all Americans over the past half-century or so, I grew up with the puppet oddballs of Jim Henson and company. Show More Summary
Maybe it’s just a side effect of first appearing on screen as a glistening mountain of Spartan beefcake, but arrogance is probably the trustiest tool in Michael Fassbender’s arsenal. As an actor, he’s often most enthralling when portraying characters—a tech guru, a master of magnetism, a haughty android—with serious superiority complexes. Show More Summary
With Run The Series, The A.V. Club examines film franchises, studying how they change and evolve with each new installment. It’s not unusual for a movie series to essentially retell the same story over and over—origin stories, endlessly restaged battles, suspiciously similar blackout-drinking episodes, and so on. Show More Summary
Like a lot of bad comedies, the David Spade vehicle Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star has a good premise that the movie doesn’t exploit to its fullest potential. So it’s not meant as any kind of affront to say that The Resurrection Of...Show More Summary
This year’s Oscar nominations will be announced on January 24. Will the Academy uphold conventional wisdom or think outside of the box? With Oscar This, we highlight unlikely candidates—the dark horses we’d love to see compete. When it comes to awarding costumes, the Academy tends to prefer fantasy to reality and the past to the present. Show More Summary
“Finding Dory” found its way to the stage multiple times as it garnered wins for favorite movie and family movie, along with Ellen DeGeneres for favorite animated movie actress at the People’s Choice Awards. The win also made DeGeneres the most decorated winner in the awards’ history. Caitriona...
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Video appears to show one of the dogs from the movie filming under duress.
If you're a super Star Wars nerd is excited to explore Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and A New Hope, then you should know that the two films aren't going to sync up perfectly from a visual perspective.
Joel McHale, The Rock, Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin Hart and Melissa McCarthy earned big laughs at the awards show
"Oh my spurs! You ain't never seen Easter eggs like these, partner." Disney has posted a new video on the official Toy Story Facebook page that highlights all of the hidden references in Pixar's movies. Pixar always hides a character from their next movie in each new movie, and this video shows each one of those - starting with Finding Dory. Show More Summary
Hours after the A Dog's Purpose controversy broke, the movie's producers have responded about the incident.
So, we've elected a racist and misogynistic pathological liar whose delightful Twitter account is inevitably going to bring about an intense nuclear feud at some point, and all in all we appear to be in the onset of some sort...
A Dog's Purpose producer Gavin Polone says he's horrified after seeing a video of a German Shepard being forced under rushing water on set.
An original in-theater audio recording from a 1977 screening of the very first Star Wars has surfaced, which gets matched to the original footage.
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We were already on took to Facebook to allow the Common Folk to ask us, the knowledgeable Bekka and Jodi, any question that they wanted. Names have been removed to protect the derpy, but all answers are true facts. Q:...