Two decades after the six year-old's passing, this film explores blends documentary and drama to chilling effect.
Fred Newman's known for being the voice behind Doug's "doo-doo-doo's," but the talented voice actor has also impersonated dogs, birds, and "sad doors" in movies and TV shows.
What's that mysterious ticking noise? Ah, it's the sound of our impending deaths coming ever closer because HOW IS THIS TEN YEARS OLD.
Raped while dying, and still no arrests? How come, Chief Willoughby?
Literally everything goes with "Ferris Bueller" or My Chemical Romance. But putting both of them together? That's some serious genius.
Still not sure if you want to catch Rupert Sanders' adaptation of the famous Japanese franchise? Watch through the beginning of the film to see if it draws you in.
One of those things we never, ever thought we would say: "Deadpool 2" is still in production and maybe, just maybe, the producers should change course and make it a musical.
The "Walking Dead" actor shows off hilarious impressions of actors playing other actors' iconic roles, including John Malkovich as Rose in "Titanic."
I modified the music mix and added a "leaving hyperspace" sound effect.
This brilliant spot is the advertising equivalent of a Domino's pizza. It's very cheesy and a little stiff, but also reminds us of the old days and makes us feel warm inside.
While Christian films like "The Shack" are scoring big at the box office, they also incite the ire of true believers.
Darker retellings of fairy tales are important. Disney made "Beauty and the Beast" in 1991 without recognizing how far they pushed it, and the new version can be seen as even more troublesome.
From backwards boards to king-flipping, Hollywood just cannot get chess right.
When two celebrities, who are actually friends, go on a huge, multi-week press tour, things are bound to get a little loopy towards the end.
Starting from square one and without the original directors at the helm seems like a waste.
When stars needed something to be swept under the rug, they summoned these guys.
Ewan McGregor and the rest of the gang agreed to return to the scene of several mid-'90s heroin-related crimes and capers — Edinburgh, the setting of Danny Boyle's "Trainspotting." Did Boyle make the right choice by embarking on this nostalgia trip?
In 2010, "The Social Network" was searing — now it looks quaint.
Is it just us or does the guy kind of look like John Mulaney?
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