Dollhouses — those handy miniature metaphors for either childhood wonder or the corruption of innocence — are having a big summer.
Comcast will focus on acquiring Sky in Europe instead.
In three stores across the coldest state in the union, Blockbuster captured the imagination of its residents long after the company ceased operations around the rest of the country. But now, the late fees are finally coming due, and the end of the Blockbuster era is upon us.
It's a re-creation of the, uh, famous scene in "Jurassic Park," you see.
Outlets are speculating that the full trailer will drop during San-Diego Comic Con.
Especially in the shower/while wearing her underwear, it seems...
Liverpool-born Billy Moor spent three years in Thai prison for handling stolen goods, and the experience was, uh, suboptimal.
Released 10 years ago, Christopher Nolan’s seminal comic-book adaptation legitimized the superhero film — for better and for worse.
"When you convince customers that movies aren't worth paying for and that presentation doesn't matter, you're unintentionally removing every reason for them to leave the house at all."
"On the Basis of Sex" hits theaters Christmas Day.
We're not convinced that the world needed this reboot but, hey, maybe it will be a fun watch.
You could beat the heat by watching a dumb action movie in an air-conditioned theater, or go see rapper/producer/writer/director Boots Riley's cinema debut that has everyone talking. Here's what the reviews say.
What I appreciate about the service is that it has allowed me to see countless pieces of hot, steaming, celluloid garbage with minimal guilt at a remarkably low cost.
"Two space hunters are tracking down a machine trying to free itself. After taking it down, they witness a mystical phenomenon: the ghost of a young woman pulls itself out of the machine, as if the spaceship had a soul. Trying to understand the nature of this entity, they start chasing the woman through space."
The son of a Baptist pastor is outed to his family in this upcoming film based on a true story.
"When an anonymous hacker exposes the secrets of the residents of Salem, Mass., four high school girls are out for revenge."
Named for his grandfather — millionaire business magnate Armand Hammer — Armie grew up a little removed from modern American life, which is why he's just recently discovered the wonders of the New York City subway. We still love him though.
Should you find yourself the protagonist in a romantic comedy, taking that scary journey toward true love, full of meet-cutes, kisses in the rain, and run-ins with Hugh Grant, you should try your best to not travel alone.
Why so serious?
They lost us when they revealed the zombie rats.
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