Fantasy Adventure Movies For Movie Nerds
Friday, August 5 by Shawn Lealos

There are a number of fantasy adventure movies for movie nerds that cater to the geek in all movie lovers. These movies are based on comics, sci-fi and other geek…

What's not to like about this guy?
RIP: A Tribute Ian Abercrombie (A.K.A. Mr. Pitt From ‘Seinfeld’)
Monday, January 30 by

If you don’t know who ‘Seinfeld’s Mr. Pitt is, you can just get out right now. LEAVE!!!

Obviously.
‘Moonrise Kingdom’ Trailer: Count The Wes Andersisms
Friday, January 13 by

I’ve run out of fingers.

Don't argue. Just knock it off.
9 90’s Movies We Need To Stop Quoting In 2012
Monday, January 2 by

If you find yourself about to quote one of these films, catch yourself and quote the works of Virgil instead.

Romantic Comedy Films That Don’t Suck
Tuesday, April 26 by Olivia Joseph

We’ve assembled a list of romantic comedies that don’t suck because, let’s face it, you don’t want to get suckered into two hours of watching something lame. At least one…

10 Best Indian Television Actors
Saturday, April 23 by Shannon O'Neil

The 10 best Indian television actors heat up the small screen in a plethora of Hindi language serials. Some of these guys are rising stars, while others are Bollywood veterans. The…

10 Great Movie Monologues
Saturday, March 5 by Tom Gordon

Some of the most memorable scenes in movie history include these 10 great movie monologues. Some of cinema's greatest actors are among those who delivered these great speeches. If you're…

10 Best Climbing Movies
Saturday, March 5 by Tom Gordon

Some of the most tense scenes in films can be found among this list of the 10 best climbing movies ever. The threat of characters falling to their deaths on…

10 Best Movies Based On Comics
Friday, February 25 by Alan Rankin

The 10 best movies based on comics are a mixed bag at this point in history. At first, movie producers were only interested in telling superhero stories, which rarely received…

Drawn Inspiration: 3 Graphic Novel Movies That are As Good As The Comic
Sunday, November 13 by Christopher Chavez

Though Hollywood has a reputation of taking good stories and perverting them to the point that they are barely recognizable, there are a few graphic novel movies that are as…

Total bros
9 Famous Bromances Between Actors and Directors
Monday, October 31 by

Some things just go better with one another.

10 Best Hollywood Movie Stars
Thursday, January 20 by Audrey Johnson

The 10 best Hollywood movie stars hail from different decades and film genres. Many of these actors are so talented that they also direct or produce movies and television series….

10 Best Spaghetti Western Movies
Wednesday, December 1 by Wendy Adams

The low cost of production was the driving force behind the 10 best spaghetti western movies. The spaghetti western era lasted from the late sixties to the early seventies. Spaghetti westerns…

10 Best Irish American Actors
Monday, November 22 by Anarch

Have you ever been curious about who would make the list of 10 best Irish American actors? Some of the most popular actors of all time were Irish American. Let's…

10 Best Indie Filmmakers
Saturday, January 22 by Joshua Wade

Consisting of Academy Award winning writers and directors, the ten best indie filmmakers range from newcomers like Zach Braff to seasoned professionals like Wes Anderson and Woody Allen. Exceptionally talented…

10 Most Famous Movie Quote
Friday, January 21 by Joshua Wade

By no means an easy list to compile, the 10 most famous movie quotes of all time are memorable lines that have stood the test of time and have come…

Paul Blart: Mall Cop Trailer
Monday, October 6 by

As a rule, mall cops are never not funny. You could take the coolest cool person from planet cool and the second that you employ them as private security for a Hot Topic and Pretzel Time, they are basically begging for wedgies.  And now we have a movie about it.  Awesome.

Mall Cop Video Has Reverse Police Brutality
Tuesday, August 12 by

I used to be a big fan of professional skateboarder, Mike Vallely back when he rode for Black Label. He used to skate like a maniac and fight people all the time. I can respect that. Then he grew his hair long, switched sponsors, started a band that kind of sucks and now he's doing viral marketing videos for the new Kevin James movie, Paul Blart: Mall Cop.

Harry Potter Delay Makes Mall Goths Sad
Friday, August 15 by

I will express my distaste for the Harry Potter franchise to anyone willing to listen (and often to those who don't want to listen at all), so I take a little joy in knowing that all those cape-clad fanboys and girls are going to have to wait until July 17th 2009 for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It was supposed to drop this November.

‘Short Circuit’ Remake Via Paul Blart
Tuesday, October 27 by

When in doubt of who would be perfect to remake a classic, get the guy who directed Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Steve Carr already directed Are We Done Yet, the…

Observe and Report Trailer
Wednesday, February 25 by

The term Zeitgeist is a German word that means "when two people have the same idea to make a movie about a mall cop at the same time." Seriously, look it up. Blart did really well. In a money making sense. I never saw it. I skipped my screening because I had the intuition that another, far superior mall cop movie would come out. Germans have a word for that type of intuition. And that word is Blart.Director: Jody HillCast: Anna Faris, Seth Rogen, Ray Liotta, Patton Oswalt, Michael PeñaSynopsis: Bi-polar mall security guard Ronnie Barnhardt is called into action to stop a flasher from turning shopper's paradise into his personal peep show.Genre: ComedyRelease Date: April 10, 2009

Observe and Report
Thursday, March 26 by

Director: Jody Hill Cast: Anna Faris, Seth Rogen, Ray Liotta, Patton Oswalt, Michael Peña Synopsis: Bi-polar mall security guard Ronnie Barnhardt is called into action to stop a flasher from turning shopper's paradise into his personal peep show. Release Date: April 10, 2009

Lightsaber Flashmob Keeps Hands, Loses Dignity
Monday, February 15 by

Lightsaber Flashmob – Watch more Funny VideosA lightsaber fight consisting of over 100 Star Wars fans who wish they were Jedis instead of salesmen/students/humans erupted at a shopping mall in Bristol, England this past weekend. No one was injured, but the potent smell of virginity will be thick in the air for weeks. (/Film)

Blood, Boobs & Biggie Weekend Movie Lineup
Friday, January 16 by

There's nothing more you could you ask for in a movie that has blood, boobs, and psychopathic killers–in 3D!!! My Bloody Valentine isn't going to be a critic favorite, it's just going to be freakin' fun as hell. Also this weekend– Paul Blart drives his segway around a mall, and Biggie Smalls comes back to cinematic life. But 3D Boobs always prevail. Always.

Joe Wright Directing ‘Hanna’
Tuesday, November 17 by

Period drama director Joe Wright is tucking away his Jane Austen boner for his next project. Focus Features is in talks with Wright to have him helm Hanna: an action-adventure-thriller that centers around a teenage assassin.Hanna is a 14 year-old Eastern European girl who was bred by the CIA to be a cold-blooded killer. After befriending a French family, she must fight to escape her grim destiny. Pffft. Teenagers. They have zero work ethic. "You are not going to the mall until you garrote the Prime Minister of Chechnya, young lady."  (First Showing)  

Skip the Next ‘Harold & Kumar’? NPH Wouldn’t Do That!
Monday, June 28 by

Neil Patrick Harris (the actor and the character) is returning for the third installment of the Harold and Kumar trilogy. Harris joins the original stars, John Cho and Kal Penn, as well as newcomers Patton Oswalt and Thomas Lennon.The film, currently titled A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, has already begun shooting at a mall in Michigan. Unfortunately, it's not slated for release until Christmas of 2011. If that bums you out, just get stoned, click here, and forget I said anything. (Empire Online)

The Long Wait Is Over: First Look At Rihanna In ‘Battleship’
Wednesday, September 1 by

"That dog musta been sick."
Here's the first look from Peter Berg's perplexing Battleship adaptation of Rihanna dressed like one of those guys that hang out at the mall trying to recruit poor people into combat. I still find it really odd that she joined the cast, which includes Taylor Kitsch, Brooklyn Decker, and Alexander Skarsgard. Then again, I find it really odd this movie is being made. But what strikes me as most odd is this thing standing next to Rihanna. Didn't E.T. dress up as that once?

(via Movieline)

OBSERVE AND REPORT: ANNA FARIS
Tuesday, April 7 by

This Friday, Jody Hill's Observe & Report opens.  It's the second mall cop movie of the year, but is to Paul Blart what Taxi Driver is to DC Cab.  Co-starring in OaR with the hairy Seth Rogen is the very clean shaven Anna Faris (above). Where You've Seen Her: Anna is a comedienne who's career took off with the Scary Movie franchise.  She's done all four of the films, as well as Waiting, My Super Ex-Girlfriend, "Entourage," and played Shelley in The House Bunny.  Listen for her voice in the upcoming Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.     Pointless Quote: "I never imagined being able to make money from acting – and now I can."

Alan Ball Mines the Macabre Once Again With ‘Death’ Pilot For HBO
Friday, July 9 by

What a sicko.Between "True Blood," "Six Feet Under," and that time he suffocated a hobo, it's obvious that Alan Ball has a fascination with death. But don't take my word for it:“Obviously death is a theme I’m fascinated by.”Thanks Alan. His attraction to blood on the outside of bodies is ruling his work once more with the news that HBO has greenlighted his pilot "All Signs Of Death." Based on the novel The Mystic Arts of Erasing All Signs of Death by Ball's homie Charlie Huston, "Death" tells the story of a slacker crime scene cleaner who becomes embroiled in the underbelly of L.A.. You know what that means: murder, dangerous women, and strip malls that don't house five-star restaurants. I know, so sleazy.

Vince Vaughn, David O. Russell Could Move to ‘Old St. Louis’
Thursday, July 29 by

Vince Vaughn and David O. Russell have been gabbing for weeks about their Old St. Louis project, and now it looks like Universal will let them play in their sandbox. O. Russell wrote the script and would make the film his followup to The Fighter. Deadline reports:
Old St. Louis is the story of a traveling salesman who has been an absentee father, and how his life changes when his daughter becomes part of his life. Vaughn would play the salesman, and actresses including Kick-Ass star Chloe Moretz have been mentioned as possibles to play the daughter.
Being a native of St. Louis, I'm a little put off that the fine city and Gateway to the West isn't mentioned in the logline. Hopefully during the character's travels he gets stranded in STL, forcing production to shoot mostly there for authenticity's sake. Lord knows they could use the money for another strip mall built around an Olive Garden.