Welcome to the century club, Jackie.
Robocop vs. T-1000. Who ya got?
Don’t get us wrong – we’ll still buy from them, we just don’t know why they have to make it so unpleasant.
Southern films with great storylines filled with passion, violence, suspense and romance can be found from the biggest easy and these 5 movies set in New Orleans. Here are some…
Movies about death are never a fun experience, but the 5 best terminal illness movies that won’t make you want to die provide a relatively easy viewing. While you know…
We’re working on trademarking the phrase “lovable losers.”
“The Imaxguy” Pat Caldwell gives a rundown of his favorite IMAX films…
Don’t offer them a Zima if you’re out of whiskey. Trust me.
There are many great French movies, but there are only a few American made movies that belong on the list five movies set in Paris that don't have subtitles. While…
Did Apple design these sets, or did these sets design Apple (metaphorically, of course)?
“People have to watch what they say and what they do.”
Why isn’t Batman doing something about the Zetas?
Damn, that’s old.
I think we can all agree the Nobel ceremony would have been a lot more fun with a disappointed Marlon Brando in the audience.
Don’t worry, ‘MadTV’ made the list.
That’s it. I’m hiding my money in a fake rock.
We laugh with cancer. Not at it.
Honorable mention to ‘Dig Dug’.
Quiet, little ones. The adults are talking.
Nothing kills the mood like misery, violence, and Jennifer Aniston.
This roster sports a monkey, a crippled kid, and Tommy Lee Jones. They’ll be out of the hunt by the All-Star break.
Gay men can kiss too, but our readership is much more interested in the lesbian thing. It’s weird.
Make sure you’re getting your daily allowance of apple.
Don’t mention donuts in front of these guys.
Good rule of thumb: If you shrunk your children or they are full-sized, but screwing pies, you’re probably not fit as a parent.
These stereotypes are lazy. Not the characters themselves, but the writing behind them.
My spank bank needs a bailout.
An exploration of America’s favorite chip most memorable scenes.
When we telephoned Brimley to get a quote for the piece, he offered up, “Don’t call this number again, dammit.”
Even the ridiculously attractive can be homeless.