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Better Fictional Sport: Quidditch Or Pod Racing?
Friday, January 28 by

Quidditch and pod racing would both make kick-ass sports if the physics governing our planet allowed them to be played as they are in their respective films, but which team would you sign up for first? Fight!

10 Best British Teen Movies
Friday, January 28 by William Gish

The 10 best British teen movies use quirky humor and the listlessness and ambition of youth to tell tales of large scale, historically complex issues of race and class. The…

10 Funny Movie Titles
Friday, January 28 by Clara Havens

If you are like many filmgoers and are attracted to funny titles, here are 10 funny movie titles for you. "A Fish Called Wanda" 1988 comedy crime film about a…

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Mark Ruffalo Is Bruce Banner, But Maybe Not The Hulk
Friday, January 28 by

Mark Ruffalo may not end up being the first superhero actor to do his own motion capture work.

10 Best Noir Films
Friday, January 28 by Stephen Pomposello

If you're looking to find the 10 best noir films, then you may find the following ten noir classics to suit your liking. Noir has always been quite an admirable…

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‘Soul Surfer’ Trailer — Now With Shark Attack
Friday, January 28 by

If there was one critique of Soul Surfer’s teaser trailer, it was that the film didn’t look nearly gross enough. Problem solved!

Top Ten Romantic Movies
Friday, January 28 by Chuck G.

The top ten romantic movies were heart-wrenching, tragic, and humorous at times. Romance is defined means fanciful, spirited, emotional and with desire. Love stories are here to stay. Some controversial,…

10 Good War Films
Friday, January 28 by Russell Deza

Looking for 10 good war films? While these good war movies are relatively new releases, others were first shown decades ago. However, all of these good war films have more…

10 Classic Movie Stars
Friday, January 28 by Frank Mucci

The actors and actresses who make up our list of 10 classic movie stars are all top box office stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. With 58 Oscar nominations…

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Somebody Snuck A Peek At Jodie Foster’s ‘Beaver’
Friday, January 28 by

We’re all excited to see The Beaver. Some of us more than others. Looks like the film may debut before the scheduled SXSW screening. On computers at the very least.

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‘Drive Angry’ Motion Poster Moves Its Way Into Our Hearts
Friday, January 28 by

The ‘Drive Angry’ motion poster is everything it promises to be: a poster that sort of moves.

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Elton John Biopic To Be As Subtle, Understated As The Man Himself
Friday, January 28 by

Would Elton John’s life make a good movie?

5 Funny Cat Movies
Friday, January 28 by Layla Sinclair

If you’re a cat lover who wants to laugh, watch these 5 funny cat movies. These films prominently feature felines during many of the movies’ most humorous moments. Ready for…

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Netflix Instant Distraction
Friday, January 28 by

Our weekly roundup of the best Netflix instant distractions continues.

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Road To The Oscars: ‘Black Swan’
Friday, January 28 by

It was visually stunning and contained ballet sequences impressive enough that I can say so without having to punch something lest my masculinity be called into question.

10 Best Vampires Movies
Friday, January 28 by Nicki Porter

These 10 Best Vampire Movies are from a time long, long before the onslaught of Stephanie Meyer. The Twilight saga has given vampires a bad rap. These vampire classics remind…

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Tracy Morgan Likes The Naughty Secretary Look
Friday, January 28 by

It’s funny that Tracy Morgan began his career on live television considering he can’t be allowed near a live-feed without a predictably unpredictable outburst. As TNT just found out.

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James Cameron To Dominate Your Twitter Feed
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Director/adventurer/submarine captain James Cameron is embarking on his latest journey 140 characters at a time.

10 Best Mystery Thrillers
Friday, January 28 by Shawn Lealos

The best mystery thrillers in cinema history take their ideas and create mind bending, intriguing stories that rise above the typical entries in the genre. These movies create thrilling adventures…

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Camilla Belle
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Camilla Belle is one of those names that everyone seems know but few people seem to know why.

10 Japanese War Movies
Friday, January 28 by Sasha Maggio

Ten Japanese war movies are great to have ready for classic movie nights with friends or to entertain on a rainy afternoon. Some war movies are significantly accurate with regard…

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Adam Sandler May Become A ‘Fat Man’
Friday, January 28 by

Adam Sandler’s played many roles, from Stupid Adam Sandler to Angry Adam Sandler, but now he could face his biggest acting challenge to date: Adam Sandler In a Gigantic Fat Suit.

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Old Folk Tale ‘Dark Of The Moon’ In The Works, Doesn’t Even Have A Toy Line
Friday, January 28 by

Shocker: Transformers 3 contains at least one unoriginal element.

10 Best Cancer Movies
Friday, January 28 by Lisa Gove

These 10 best cancer movies will tug at your emotions. As many moves about human suffering do, these movies show the strength in friendships and human spirit as the characters…

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More Spit Takes Than You Can Spit A Drink At
Friday, January 28 by

Are you ready for nearly five minutes of cinematic spit takes? I don’t think you are, but sometimes you just have to throw yourself into these things head first.

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Sundance Review: Corman’s World
Friday, January 28 by

Tells the Roger Corman story, in his words and, even better, in the words of his famous employees.

10 Best 80’s Sci Fi Movies
Friday, January 28 by George Root

The 10 best 80's sci fi movies represent some of the best action movies of all time. These movies are all memorable and have become a major part of popular…

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‘American Idol’ Recap: Nashville
Friday, January 28 by

Tonight, the T.V. gods were merciful, and the Nashville edition of “American Idol” was only an hour long. But despite the more manageable length, it still managed to leave me feeling sore and violated.

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Bloom Back To Period Pieces in ‘Laureate’
Friday, January 28 by

Orlando Bloom has been out of the spotlight of starring roles for a few years, but he’s about to reclaim his throne as the king of period pieces in William Nunez’s “The Laureate.”

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Mark Waters Going Back In Time To Assassinate Yoko Ono
Friday, January 28 by

How can you make a Beatles movie without permission from The Beatles?

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