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Godard's Goodbye To Language Delivers A Daring Message In A Violent Way
You know how some complain that people nowadays don't talk like they used to? Well, Godard has constructed their cacophonic war cry with a film that brazenly aims to frustrate its audience, forcing them to not only make sense of what's happening, but wonder why the film's maker is tormenting them so.
FEATURE Kristy Puchko 2014-09-30
6 Hilarious Batman Forever Stamps That Are Way Better Than The Post Office's
Batman's 75th anniversary will be ushered in with the official unveiling of a Batman stamp collection, which will feature designs from DC's Golden Age, Silver Age, Bronze Age, and the New 52 era.
FEATURE Kristy Puchko 2014-09-29
Monday Movie Memo: Is Gone Girl An Oscar Contender?
Gone Girl adapts Gillian Flynnís best-selling novel about Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck), a self-absorbed, unemployed writer who becomes the center of a murder investigation when his picture-perfect wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), goes missing.
FEATURE Sean O'Connell 2014-09-29
David Cronenberg's Maps To The Stars Is A Middle Finger To Hollywood
With films like The Fly, Videodrome and eXistenZ, David Cronenberg's name has become synonymous with body horror. But in his latest, Maps to the Stars, Cronenberg's brand of horror is one of metaphorical human damage. And surprisingly, filling his film with Hollywood satire and deeply evil people, he's made what might well be the most hilarious film playing at the New York Film Festival.
FEATURE Kristy Puchko 2014-09-28
Avengers 3 Should Absolutely Be Split Into Two Movies, And Here's Why
There is a really, REALLY big rumor going around out there involving the fate of The Avengers 3, and its a rumor so good that it needs to be addressed. Here's why we think that The Avengers 3 should branch out into two films.
FEATURE Mike Reyes 2014-09-26
5 Actors You Never Knew Voiced Rocket Raccoon
This cut is packed with both faces and voices that you will recognize. Itís cool to realize that each of them got a look at Rocket and came up with a very different idea of what he sounds like, giving him very different accents and attitudes. The whole video is worth watching simply for comparison purposes.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2014-09-26
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To The Boxtrolls, The Equalizer And This Is Where I Leave You
Looking to The Boxtrolls, The Equalizer and This Is Where I Leave You for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of stop-motion adventures, vigilante thrillers, and family-centric comedies.
FEATURE Kristy Puchko 2014-09-26
7 Beloved Star Wars Characters We Need To See In Episode VII
J.J. Abrams is bound to hide some Easter Eggs and include some fan service cameos in Star Wars: Episode VII. Today we take a look at seven characters we'd like to catch up with.
FEATURE Mike Bracken 2014-09-26
The Deadpool Movie: What We Know So Far
The good news is that retribution for X-Men Origins: Wolverine is on the way. After years of being stuck in development hell because of studio executives with no vision for the potential of comic book movies, Deadpool is actually moving forward. 20th Century Fox has officially announced that the movie will be released on February 12, 2016 Ė which means that production will start up within the next six months.
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2014-09-25
Hero Blend #35:  Deadpool Is Coming! Deadpool Is Coming!
There exists and interesting similarity in the relationships between the comic book movie fans and the Deadpool movie, and Captain Ahab and Moby Dick. Lovers of the Merc With The Mouth have spent years and exhumed quite a bit of energy begging and waiting for the feature to actually happen, but it has long felt like a fruitless venture with no positive outcome in sight. But now everything is different. People: the Deadpool movie is actually happening!
FEATURE Eric Eisenberg 2014-09-25
10 X-Men Characters Who Need To Show Up In X-Men: Apocalypse
Moving the action to the 1980s allows X-Men: Apocalypse the chance to create fresh X-heroes and villains, and maybe to also breathe new life into beloved X-characters who got a shot at silver-screen stardom but felt a little shortchanged in the long run.
FEATURE Sean O'Connell 2014-09-25
The Most Embarrassing Statistics About Women In Hollywood
Geena Davis is reminding us all that despite audiences' clear interest in seeing stories about women, modern cinema is largely ignoring them.
FEATURE Kristy Puchko 2014-09-25
10 Perfect Moments From The Shawshank Redemption
The Shawshank Redemption was a dud upon its theatrical release in 1994, yet somehow it made a lasting impression and became the classic that it is today. In its honor, here's ten of the most perfect moments that make up this most perfect movie.
FEATURE Mike Reyes 2014-09-24
This Week In Home Entertainment: Neighbors, Reign And A How I Met Your Mother Set
The Neighbors set comes with plenty of extras, including the expected gag reel. Thereís also notably an Alternate Opening that should be worth taking a look at. In addition to Neighbors, since fall TV is finally upon us, this week continues the trend of home entertainment companies putting out seasons of television.
FEATURE Jessica Rawden 2014-09-23
Here's Why William Shatner Returning for Star Trek 3 Makes Sense
The Internet is buzzing with the rumor that William Shatner may return as Captain Kirk in the new Star Trek movie. I give you several reasons as to why this is actually a good idea.
FEATURE Mike Bracken 2014-09-23
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