Paramount released the newest Anchorman 2 trailer Wednesday, giving us the best idea yet of what the movie will be like. Looks like Ron Burgundy and the gang are more or less responsible for the cheapening of journalism in the ’80s, exploiting everything from the crack epidemic to the rise in breast implants for easy […]
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The Great Maple Syrup Heist of 2012 was a story so fucking zany that it was only a matter of time before it became a movie, and on Tuesday we got confirmation.
This is one of those instances where the end product isn’t nearly as impressive as the work that went into it. Some underworked Huffington Post editors have put together a 44-minute video of every instance of Woody Allen stammering in any of his films.
Jennifer Lawrence is a rare thing among celebrities: she is an actual human being.
At one point in Skyfall, Bond meets Sévérine, who asks his help in escaping a life of captivity and sexual abuse. She does not seem sexually interested in Bond. Later that night, Bond sneaks into her shower and has sex with her.
The trailer shows a lot of expected Bond tropes: gadgets, explosions and beautiful women (this movie’s Bond girl is Naomie Harris). The good news is that after Quantum of Solace, anything will be an improvement. The bad news is Benicio Del Toro’s hair.
Liam Neeson’s improbable career as an action star continues this summer with Taken 2 — now with even more taking!
The greatest of film festival awards was handed out last night in France. The three recipients have a combined age of 236. Cinema has never been sexier.
PTA had better start rehearsing his acceptance speeches. This shit looks incredible.
Jackie Chan’s latest film Chinese Zodiac is his 100th. It also marks his retirement from action films. He says he loves action but that the world is too violent. Besides, he’s been doing this shit for four decades already.
The world’s greatest film festival kicks off tomorrow. Are we going? Shit no. But if you’re lucky enough to attend and are completely oblivious to what’s playing, we’re got you covered. For the rest of the world, here are 10 great films we’re missing out on.
Art-house cinema has largely avoided the nauseating box-office-boosting device known as 3D. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D anyone? Well consider that trend over. And the newest victim of the 3D machine is probably the most unlikely figure imaginable.
The Avengers broke all previous box office records by raking in over $200 million over the weekend in the United States and $640 million globally.
Summer blockbusters spend hundreds of millions on marketing, enticing us all to see the movies the second they come out. Then we do and realize what a waste of time they were.
Here are the 10 movies coming out this summer that won’t suck.
May 4 is Star Wars Day, when nerds everywhere get to greet each other with a solemn “May the fourth be with you.” But on this Star Wars Day, almost exactly 35 years after the original movie came out, it might be time to re-evaluate whether the franchise is even worth our admiration any longer.