She starred in a trilogy by Yasujir? Ozu, including “Tokyo Story” (1953), which critic Roger Ebert called “one of the greatest films of all time.”
King of Kong is one of the greatest movies on gaming that has ever been produced, but that’s partly thanks to the wonderful cartoon-esque villainy provided by Billy Mitchell, one of the stars. Mitchell’s experienced a bit of cartoon drama of his own recently though, with the former Donkey Kong world record holder losing his lawsuit against the Cartoon Network. More »
%Slideshow-342518%Who knows whether "Creed" (opening Nov. 25), in which Rocky Balboa trains old frenemy Apollo Creed's son (Michael B. Jordan), will be the last time Sylvester Stallone laces up his gloves? Even if it is, he's done more...Show More Summary
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O Brother, Where Are Thou? hit theatres 15 years ago, on December 22, 2000. And to this day it remains my favorite film. O Brother transcends age, tastes, and even sociopolitical leanings. (It's Mitt Romney's fave flick, and he's pretty...Show More Summary
Sylvester Stallone’s recent sit-down with Robert Rodriguez for The Director’s Chair made a pretty compelling case that the Rocky movies ought to be taken seriously as Sly’s greatest artistic achievement. Sure, most of them are exactly the same movie. Show More Summary
The wildly prolific funnyman does it allacting, writing, producing, and directingand has had a hand in many of this eras finest comedy movies. Seth, we salute you.
Star Wars: Battlefront wants you to believe you’re in a Star Wars movie, but at heart it’s one of the video-game-iest video games I’ve played in ages. This is the source of both its greatest triumphs and its worst failures. Read mor...
With Brian Helgeland's Legend headed to theaters, we look back at one of his greatest creative battles, the two movies that were Payback, starring Mel Gibson.
The longest-yet Zoolander 2 trailer was released today, and we watched with baited breath, hoping to get a glimpse of the architecturally inventive Derek Zoolander Center For Kids Who Can't Read Good from the original. Unfortunately, it looks like...
Kasdan wrote Empire, Jedi,, Force Awakens, and the new Han Solo movie. He's the voice of 1980s and 1990s cinema. And he's very cool. The post Star Wars’ Greatest Screenwriter Wrote All Your Other Favorite Movies Too appeared first on WIRED.
There’s no crying in baseball! Editing duo Burger Fiction chopped together this sequence of some of the greatest coaches’ speeches in the history of motion pictures, to form one epic motivational speech sure to get anyone off their lazy ass and turn them into a winner.
If you think the recent Steve Jobs movie was oversimplified, wait until you get a load of The Careers of the Founders, a visualization of famous entrepreneurs' hits and misses. How did the greatest entrepreneurs start out? What wereShow More Summary
It looks like Donald Trump has decided that Dr. Ben Carson is his greatest threat. This requires breaking out the big guns: Instagram! While the score for that spooky movie you've probably seen and Donald Trump's campaign almost certainly didn't pay for plays in the background, viewers hear Dr. Show More Summary
Ranking the best movie scenes since 1990.
Are you serious, Clark? One of the greatest Christmas movies of all time is getting a remastered 25th anniversary edition, complete with a digital copy. [Preorder National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 25th Anniversary, $14] Read mor...
With the seventh Rocky movie, Creed, coming out later this month and My All American, an inspirational sports film (...)
The new James Bond movie kicks off in Mexico City’s Zócalo–a plaza steeped in history and lore, and now the center of one of the greatest 007 openings in history.
Submitted by Tim Price via SovereignMan.com, If you’ve seen the movie The Usual Suspects, you know that wonderful line “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.” We believe the greatest trick central bankers ever pulled was convincing the world they were acting in the interests of anyone other than the banks. Show More Summary
These spectacular locations inspired some of the greatest animated films by Disney, and in this gallery, you can actually compare the originals with their cartoon counterparts.