5 Movies About Runners That Will Make You Tired Just Watching Them
Tuesday, September 25 by Joseph Gibson

Running is an activity pretty much everyone can agree on when it's time to get from point A to point B quickly but without the use of an external conveyance…

The 5 Most Shocking Moments In Film History
Thursday, July 12 by Joseph Gibson

Everybody loves a good shock now and then. There are lots of ways to get them-you can stick a fork into an electrical outlet, for instance. Or drop your hair…

6 Movie Characters Who Knew Too Much
Wednesday, April 11 by Joseph Gibson

Well, it says it right there in the title. James Stewart is vacationing in India with his family when through no fault of his own he ends up hearing the…

8 Of The Most Frightening Movie Nazis Of All Time
Tuesday, December 20 by Joseph Gibson

Charlie Chaplin's comical Hitler knock-off was designed to be funny rather than frightening. And the little buffoon totally is that—but there's also an element of real fear to the character,…

6 Movie Doctors Who Will Do Harm
Thursday, December 1 by Joseph Gibson
His mom banged the principal to keep him in school; I wonder what she did to get those leg braces.
In Honor Of The NYC Marathon: 7 Memorable Runners From TV And Film
Monday, November 7 by

Running is boring, but somehow, these movies aren’t.

‘The Debt’ Trailer Displays OB/GYN Takedown Skillz
Wednesday, July 21 by

So, did you hear the one about the girl with the cleft…..uh oh!
Next time your OB/GYN tells a crude joke or makes a "wrong turn," take a page from The Debt and bring the busta down, hardcore.

OB/GYN takedowns aside, The Debt tells the story of a team of Mossad agents tasked with capturing an infamous Nazi war criminal in 1965, and the secret that still haunts them 30 years later. Directed by John Madden and based on a 2007 Israeli film of the same name, The Debt is fun for the whole family, as long as your family considers films like Marathon Man and The Boys From Brazil "fun," which I assume they do.

Watch a badass OB/GYN takedown, after the jump.