What a trailer! What a lovely trailer! Strap in for the summer’s only high-octane hit directed by a senior citizen – Mad Max: Fury Road! Witness this!
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!
Straight outta Detroit, lose yourself in Eminem’s definitely not biographical tale about a rapper from Detroit who takes care of a cute little girl and has a crazy mom.
It’s clobberin’ time!! Before the latest reboot hits theaters, relive the disappointing 2005 adaptation of the Fantastic Four – and its sequel starring Silver Morpheus and that cloud thing.
Good morning Mr. Phelps. Relive the first four movies in the mega-action franchise starring Tom Cruise as international superspy…Tom Cruise! How is this his only franchise?!
You grew up with the game. Now relive the movie adaptation of Super Mario Brothers – the video game movie that proved that no one should ever make video game movies.
We wrap up Comic-Con 2015 with an Epic Voice Prank, a sneak peek at Ant-Man, and more!
Before Terminator: Genisys hits theaters, relive the greatest Terminator film of them all – Terminator 2: Judgment Day! Hasta la vista, good Terminator movies!
Pixar’s latest film Inside Out is about to hit theaters, so it’s time to relive the very FIRST Pixar film ever – Toy Story!
The boys are back! Before Entourage hits the big screen, relive the TV show that started it all – and brought bro culture to the mainstream. Lloyd!!!
It’s just like The Matrix, but starring Mila Kunis as a bee-whispering alien goddess and Channing Tatum as 50% abs, 50% wolfman, and 100% hover-roller-blader. Step Aside, Scientology, you got nothing on the ludicrous plot of Jupiter Ascending.
The Barden Bellas are aca-back in the aca-sequel Pitch Perfect 2. Now aca-relive the aca-original film, and aca-help us stop aca-talking this way!!
Before he was everyone’s favorite Avenger, the Hulk was introduced as a poorly-rendered, moody Shrek in Ang Lee’s Hulk!!
Before the inevitably better Netflix TV series debuts, relive 2003’s Daredevil, starring future Batman Ben Affleck and a bunch of terrible music.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day! Time to kiss the blarney stone and relive cinema’s best Irish-themed horror franchise: Leprechaun!!
With a yet another new version of Cinderella hitting theaters, we revisit the Disney animated classic that convinced a generation of kids that mice could talk.
Katniss is back in the beginning of the end of The Hunger Games – and she really wants to know what’s up with Peeta.
Harry and Lloyd are back in the comedy sequel we thought we wanted, but didn’t really: Dumb and Dumber To.
We take on this year’s Best Picture front-runner, a simple tale 12 years in the making. And almost as long in the watching.
Never before has a film based on a child’s activity placemat been so intriguing!
Get ready to cower in terror as you relive David Fincher’s married-people version of Fatal Attraction.
America’s about to get Taken for the third time! So revisit the first two Takenings, which prove that Liam Neeson should pretty much stay out of Europe.
Turtle power! Relive 2014’s hit reboot of TMNT, a film that wasn’t directed by Michael Bay — but feels like it was anyway.
Before you say goodbye to Middle Earth with The Battle of the Five Armies, relive The Desolation of Smaug, the bloated second chapter in Peter Jackson’s mercilessly long Hobbit trilogy.
Guardians of the Galaxy ruled the summer box office and won the heart of America. We relive the movie that proved that people will see ANYTHING with Marvel’s name on it!
Audiences went bananas over the latest film in cinema’s wordiest-titled franchise, so relive this summer’s blockbuster hit, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Or is it Rise? We can never remember.
Ring in the holiday season by revisiting the darkest, most depressing romantic comedy of all time.
It’s been 25 years since Disney took us under the sea. Now, relive the film that saved Disney before Pixar did, The Little Mermaid!
Relive the dark, depressing story of an evil sorceress who can turn into a dragon — but isn’t evil and doesn’t turn into a dragon.
Ten years ago, Jigsaw unleashed his sadistic games on the world. Now, relive the sleeper hit that birthed an unspeakable evil: torture porn.