Poor, sweet, thoughtful Johnny.
Because Gambit throws cards, you see.
I can’t tell if this seems high, low, or appropriate.
I’m team ‘Evil Dead’ over here.
Yeah, the pic does look pretty suggestive. So what?
In this week’s edition of Movie Fights, our panel of experts do the unthinkable: Try to think of a way to fix the fantastic failure that was Fantastic Four.
This…makes a lot of sense, actually.
This is a non-commercial project even by PTA standards.
This is not a convenient time for a selfie.
This girl is on fire.
This movie’s perfect if you’re looking for a fun, gross time.
It’s pretty much what you think it will be. In a good way.
Something about Lego characters instead of humans ratchets down the drama here.
I bet he’s getting into character by buying a Ferrari. (I wish I was rich.)
It’s quicker than Cliff’s Notes, even.
This movie will happen someday.
Sounds like something they’d do.
This couldn’t have been easy to market.
A horror film that isn’t afraid to ask, what if Oregon Trail had a witch?
Looks like this movie will really… take off.
Team ScreenJunkies gets up off the movie couch to battle in some IRL Movie Fights. Part Movie Trivia, Part Ninja Warrior, these are the GEEK GAMES!
He’s still got that right mix of charm, danger, and potential drunkenness.
I don’t remember Mary Shelley’s book being so explodey.
From not Guy Ritchie, comes the James Bond-ish spy comedy that caught everyone by surprise – because it was actually pretty good! Kingsman: The Secret Service!
Movie Fights LIVE! Dan Murrell, Mike Carlson, and Amy Nicholson design & pitch the ultimate Star Wars ride with judge Andy Signore.
Well, that’s not very wholesome.
A first look at one of many, many new ‘Star Wars’ movies.