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Tag Archives: Movies
Bruce Lee heads this week’s heavyhitters.
Truth, justice, and 9/11 destruction porn.
Here are 15 films with great lines that we can pretty much recite from memory, whether or not we remember anything else about them.
Something for the kids, and the hungover.
A new Blu-ray/DVD column kicks off with a vintage favorite.
Proof positive that Hollywood had no idea how to turn a TV show into a movie during the ’90s
Enter the Baz Age.
A Stark start to summer sci-fi spectacles.
Matthew McConaughey gets down and dirty.
Ben, Rachel, it’s Malick. Just go with it.
Spring Breakers, a splash of Upstream Color, and more.
10 Movies Starring…People Who Are Famous For Being Famous (To Prepare You For ‘Tyler Perry’s Temptation,’ With Kim Kardashian)
And more movies oozing onto home video.
Ahhh, the 25th anniversary edition. There’s no quicker way to crush us under the wheels of time. The quarter century mark is usually the first really legitimate proof that a film or album is going to stand the test of time for someone – and this week, someone’s certainly going to be happy over the release of a 25th anniversary edition of the modern classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit, making its debut on Blu-Ray. Based on a wacky pulp novel by Gary […]
A very very special-and very very random-podcast. Also, we’re talking about the Gute.
Mila Kunis is even hot in green-and it ain’t easy bein’ green.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road. Well, sort of.
Some sequels really shouldn’t be made.
Fee fye ho hum. And The Insider on Blu-ray.
Recalling the phenomenon of the last episode of M*A*S*H
Sometimes a film cries out for a sequel. And sometimes we cry out when we see a sequel. Here are seven movie series that fall into the second group.