In honor of Helen Mirren’s turn in ‘Red 2,’ a look at some of our favorite Unlikely Movie Bad-Asses
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Share your thoughts on one of the most newsworthy announcements of the past several weeks.
Alex and Phil talk about a current Disney movie and a future Disney franchise in this week’s episode.
Face it. ‘Star Wars’ is coming back, and it’s here to stay. Let’s stop whining, be optimistic, and talk about what we would like to see.
Brief reviews of ‘The African Queen,’ ‘Chico & Rita,’ ‘Star Wars,’ and ‘The Godfather’.
A pre-emptive look at the people, movies, moments, and anything else unlikely to receive the credit (or derision) they deserve in 2011.
‘Thor’ and Shakespeare, ‘Star Wars’ Blu-Ray, pic from Cannes entry ‘Drive’…
‘Star Wars’ coming in 3-D, love for ‘Thin Red Line’, Italy and Colombia make selections, ‘Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest’ trailer…
‘Amelie’ best shot movie, Scorcese’s ‘Cabret’ adds some fantastic cast members, ‘Love Ranch’ gets bad early reviews, Han and Chewy reunite, iconic characters get “iced”…
Lesbian movie has longest kiss, ‘Eclipse’ gets positive early reviews, ‘The Extra Man’ gets a poster, and an adorable At-At.
Adidas has revealed a new commercial for the World Cup featuring a plethora of celebrities edited into the Star Wars cantina.
Summer Oscar movies, Von Trier makes strangest move yet, Ebert hates ‘Kick-Ass,’ five free horror movies, and a movie quote from my youth.
(I’m going to start posting “Of the Day” in the mornings, rather than evenings). Read of the Day: Why don’t more funny men have the career stamina of Bill Murray? [Cinematical] News of the Day: Avatar‘s technical achievement may have paved the way for a 3-D Star Wars, says George Lucas. [/Film] Oscar News of [...]
It’s three days before Christmas. Schools are letting out, people are getting time off work, and the Holiday parties are officially kicking into gear. This year you can be the life of the Holiday party by bringing a copy of “Christmas in the Stars: Star Wars Christmas Album.” Recorded in 1980, “Christmas in the Stars” [...]
These days it seems like every film that makes decent amount at the Box Office is destined for sequels, and the often dismal threequels. However, the trilogy is not dead and some of the best have been released within the past decade. This week I decided to take a look at the top 10 movie [...]