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Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F': What the F?

16 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Son Goku’s back, son! Dragon Ball Z has returned with a new movie, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F.’ It premieres in theaters as a limited release August 4, but Funimation sent us the film early […]

5 Things You Need for Your Wet Hot American Summer Prequel Netflix Binge

Pin it If there's anything good about the recent trend of beloved television shows and movies from our youth coming back as sequels, it's that every now and then, something truly worthy of being revisited gets a green light. The 2001...Show More Summary

Review: ‘The End of the Tour’ Offers a Tale of Two Davids

The movie presents a lifelike picture of its subject, David Foster Wallace, although Wallace is not really its subject at all.

See Greta Gerwig, Lola Kirke In an Exclusive Clip From Mistress America

Noah Baumbach and his new muse, Greta Gerwig, have written a movie called Mistress America. This is the second film the two have created together (the first was 2012’s wonderful Frances Ha), and it seems like a much lighter, more straightforward comedy. Show More Summary

Netflix's 'Beasts of No Nation' hints at hazy hybrid future

Ever since Netflix acquired Cary Fukunaga's new movie "Beasts of No Nation" a few months back, questions have hovered above its release.

6 Different Types of Time Travel Movies

2 hours agoTechnology : Walyou

I’m a sucker for Time Travel films, even the ones that are poorly done. Of all the Sci-Fi sub-genres, it’s …

Cara Delevingne Explains That Awful, Painful Interview

If you enjoy cringing and missed Cara Delevingne's brief interview with Good Day Sacramento last week, it's worth a watch. The actress/model was promoting her movie Paper Towns, and the interview didn't get off on a great foot: She was introduced as Carla, and the first thing she was asked...

Tom Cruise’s 10 Greatest Movie Stunts, Reviewed by a Stuntman

This post originally ran on April 8, 2015. We figured it was worth resurfacing before this weekend's release of Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation. When the trailer for the new Mission: Impossible film landed last month, it seemed all anybody could talk about was the stunt of Tom Cruise hanging... More »

What’s New on Netflix: August 2015

At the beginning of (and throughout) every month, Netflix Streaming adds new movies and TV shows to its library. Here is a quick list of several that you might be interested in. Some of these may also have previously been on Netflix, only to have been removed and then added... More »

Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp and the Complications of Revivals

Wet Hot American Summer is an improbable movie. It struggled to find financing, then to find distribution, then to find admirers. Only later did it become one of the most dissected, beloved movies of the decade. The movie itself a patchwork of tonal improbabilities: It's parody that slips back and... More »

Every Change X-Men: Days Of Future Past's Movie Made To The Comic

Superhero movies always have some underlying comic book from which the filmmakers are pulling their material. For Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past it was the two-issue story of the same name from Uncanny X-Men published in 1981. Show More Summary

10 Classic Horror Movies That Need Game Adaptations ASAP

With Until Dawn from Supermassive Games and SCE set to release on the PS4, it seems like a good time to go over a list of horror movies that would translate well into the world of interactive entertainment. Click To Continue Reading

The uniquely powerful reason why Pixar movies are so good

The first reaction test audiences had to "Monsters, Inc." wasn't the bottomless sense of wonder drummed up by most Pixar movies: It was boredom. "I thought, Oh, a film about monsters who scare kids for a living. That hook should be enough to make people engaged," director Pete Docter told Tech Insider. Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Kindergarten Teacher has some very strange ideas about the creative process

There’s something fundamentally weird about The Kindergarten Teacher, the sophomore feature by Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid (Policeman). Its narrative (“plot” would be too strong a word) concerns a 5-year-old boy named Yoav (Avi Shnaidman)...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Jenny’s Wedding would’ve been the hippest gay-themed indie of 1995

If the gay-marriage melodrama Jenny’s Wedding had come out (so to speak) 20 years ago, it might provoke a queasy, quasi-nostalgic fascination today. Hey, remember the ’90s, when just about every gay-themed indie that escaped the festival...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Best Of Enemies captures the moment political commentary got personal

Television used to value public intellectuals a lot more than it does today. In the heyday of “panel shows” like What’s My Line? and To Tell The Truth, TV’s idea of a celebrity included Broadway impresarios, publishing magnates, newspaper columnists, and any man or woman who could quip knowledgeably about current events. Show More Summary

Selfie sticks rob Hollywood badasses of all menace

The Internet has gone crazy for both Photoshop and selfie sticks over the past couple of days. It all started when a couple of Twitter users started posting modified images of some of the toughest characters in movies with their guns swapped out for selfie sticks. And that really has a way of removing all […]

“Daily Show” classics: Jon Stewart told Adam Sandler what everyone was thinking about his latest bad movie

In 2006, Sandler was angry Urban Outfitters wouldn't let him use its restroom and excited to be a new father

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