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The 7 Greatest Action Movie Enforcers
Monday, July 29 by

In honor of Elysium

The 5 Most Epic Scenes In The Hsitory Of Movies
Saturday, June 15 by Sasha Moody

Whenever you watch an amazing movie, there is one scene that you remember forever no matter what. Even if the movie was just alright, you end up giving it an…

Lawrence of Arabia
7 Classic Guy Films That Never Go Out Of Style
Tuesday, November 13 by

In honor of ‘Lawrence of Arabia’s’ release on Blu-ray.

Still Corleone-y after all these years.
There Will Probably Be A(nother) ‘Godfather’ Prequel Whether You Want One Or Not
Tuesday, May 15 by

The story came about after a Paramount PR rep, wanted you to ask him, just this once, about his affairs.

7 Movie Villains You’d Really Like To Be Friends With
Wednesday, November 30 by BWalter

Magneto from " Tony Montana from "Scarface" (1983). You shouldn't even have to ask why this villain is worth having as a friend. He lives in Miami. He's got more…

Beyond The Godfather: 5 Great Francis Ford Coppola Movies
Tuesday, November 15 by Marina Szaven

The Godfather I & II remain two of the finest American films ever made, but are there Francis Ford Coppola movies that weave as fascinating a tale as the saga…

Francis Ford Coppola Rules Out ‘Godfather 3D’
Thursday, May 13 by

For all of you Francis Ford Coppola fans who are anxiously awaiting The Godfather 3D, I'm sorry to tell you it ain't gonna happen. In an interview with ElectronicHouse, the legendary director came out swinging against the craze, saying that most films aren't enhanced by 3D, except at the box office. “I feel that until you can watch 3D without glasses, it’s the same thing we know,” he says. “I personally do not want to watch a movie with glasses. It’s tiresome.” Coppola says he even removed his 3D glasses to watch portions of “Avatar,” even though it meant he was watching out of focus. Who does this guy think he is? I recently watched Clash of the Titans in 3D, and let me tell you that it was a thousand times better than The Godfather I & II combined! If Coppola has any hope of his films being accepted by future generations, he'll convert his entire catalog to 3D at once. That way we can watch Jack in the third dimension, as it was meant to be experienced. (CinemaBlend)