What if Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues doesn’t exist? All the trailers, all the Ron Burgundy appearances, all the delicious ice cream — THAT’S the movie, and we’re all the stars. Woah. That would be the greatest gag Will Ferrell ever pulled. As long as he makes the reveal after Great Odin’s Raven Special Reserve is in my mouth.
In what turned out to be one of his final interviews, Paul Walker spoke with Movie Fanatic last month about his role in Hours, a film he ranked among his best work. Not just professionally, but among his greatest life accomplishments. In...Show More Summary
We know that what makes for a well-lived life doesn't necessarily make for good entertainment, and if Hollywood followed this advice movies would lose all their drama and excitement. Some of the greatest films of all time, in fact, rely on rash decisions made by characters in the throes of conflict. Show More Summary
If you grew up in the 90s, you probably have some fond memories of one of the greatest movie trilogies of all time, The Mighty Ducks.
An unimaginative retread of recent science-fiction items like Sunshine and Prometheus (films that themselves are no beacons of originality), The Last Days on Mars is a movie whose greatest virtues (visual flair, production-value economy) are marred by a dull storyline that is unworthy of feature-length treatment. Show More Summary
What started out a dozen years ago as a mid-budget B-film followed by two equally unambitious (but enjoyable) sequels, is now a six picture mega-franchise worth billions of dollars to Universal Pictures. It is also a franchise just getting started. Show More Summary
When it comes to road trips, there's no better way to celebrate the holiday than to retrace the route depicted in the greatest Thanksgiving movie ever! Follow in the hilarious steps of Neal and Del on this Planes, Trains & Automobiles Adventure. Just try not to set the car on fire. Read more...
Back in 1961, Stanley Kubrick dreamed of making a sprawling epic about Napoleon Bonaparte’s life, a film that has now been dubbed “the greatest movie never made.” Despite this glowing promise of greatness, none of the major studios took him up on his idea, and without funding, the project remained on the shelf. Show More Summary
Take a moment away from your computer screen, and give some props to Alan Turing, the code-breaking badass who helped make all this possible. Turing has captured our imagination several times, in books and movies. Here's our potted history of the Father of Computer Science in pop culture. Read more...
Here are THE GREATEST THANKSGIVING MOVIES OF ALL TIME, and I am going to share with you, xoJaners, my ultimate Thanksgiving playlist. No matter where you are, it will manifest up a fireplace, kittens playing with balls of yarn, warm cider and Fred Astaire. read more
8 Roles That Prove Woody Harrelson is... Pound for pound the greatest athlete to ever lace 'em up then go wait in his trailer until he's called to set. Submitted by: Unnecessary Tribute Regular Keywords: funny pics funny pics moviesShow More Summary
The stories that live in Craigslist’s Missed Connections board are often the stuff of movies. A user at Reddit found one of its greatest gems this week: a post written by a man looking for the girl he spent Thanksgiving with in 1973. Pass the tissues please! Read it, after the jump: Grand Central – November 1973 [...]
Kevin Spacey is taking a page from the Francis Underwood Negotiations Playbook; Channing Tatum is exercising his groin…for you; the greatest wedding of our time is well on its way; and you can now buy movies and shows you don't really want for a very expensive price from Comcast. Read more...
Greg Sestero, best known as Mark in The Room, has written a book, The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made, about his experiences meeting writer/director/star Tommy Wiseau and making the cult classic film....
Lists of the greatest this or the best that are provocations and nothing more. Whether it's a critic offering his 10-best list of films (or books or TV shows or albums) for a given year or decade or an organization or website doing the same thing, it's always a matter of opinion. Show More Summary
What will the future be like? As depicted in today's popular movies and books, the future is either one of bright promise -- where the world's greatest problems have been solved by technology and greater human enlightenment -- or it's...Show More Summary
I watched Man of Steel again yesterday, and all I can say is that on second-viewing, I’m impressed by Zak Synder’s subtlety. He captured Superman’s insectile origins quite superbly — native Kryptonians fly aback demon dragonflies and travel the stars in space-beetles! — and never once tried to compare this creation of two Jews writing [...]
A movie based on the hit mobile game Temple Run is in the works at Warner Bros. Anyone who’s ever played the title knows that it doesn’t contain the greatest story ever conceived by man. In short: You play an explorer who is endlessly pursued by bizarre monkeys after stealing a relic from an ancient... Show More Summary
I saw Thor: The Dark World last week with my usual bunch of hyper-critical Fairfield County buddies. Most of us (oddly) agreed the movie was great fun. This is not a review of the Thor movie. A review should be more in-depth than four...Show More Summary