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Finally, though, we now know all of the films that will contend for the Golden Popcorn trophy at the ceremony, which will be held on Sunday April 12. Best Fight? Best Kiss? We have all of them covered.
2014 won’t go down as the greatest year in the history of Hollywood, but it had a lot of damn good movies. Some of them were big budget, some of them were made on shoestrings. In a way, that’s the great thing about Hollywood.
The more evil and destructive, the more memorable the villain is. Maybe they are redeemed by the end or maybe the don’t even make it to the close, either way, they keep us on our feet. So here we’ve compiled a list of our 10 best, most memorable villains of 2014.
Thanks to constant media coverage of the Ebola outbreak in western Africa and the reports of cases found in Texas, the public is on high alert where the deadly disease is concerned. The CDC has said that there is a very low chance of an outbreak here in the States, but still fear and paranoia has exist. Of course, topical comedy is always common in cases like this, which is how we’ve come to the Saturday Night Live sketch inside
The Fault In Our Stars is the latest film to be ridiculed by Screen Junkies’ Honest Trailers series, which picks the cancer-drama apart for promoting under-age drinking, life-threatening sex, and kissing in the house where Anne Frank was abducted.
To say that the feature adaptation of John Green's The Fault In Our Stars was a huge success would be an understatement, especially when we take into account the movie's modest $16 million budget.
The most successful movie of the summer is Guardians Of The Galaxy. That’s a fact from a monetary standpoint, but that doesn’t mean the film was the most obsessed over or the most discussed on social media. I
Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland and Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey co-hosted the event, which honored Selena Gomez (Spring Breakers) with the Ultimate Choice Award. The ultimate choice of what? C’mon Tweens! Clarify!
The Fault In Our Stars will get a Bollywood re-interpretation courtesy of Fox Star Studios, a joint branch between 20th Century Fox and its sister company STAR out of India.
The Fault In Our Stars is sure to be a coming-of-age touchstone for a new generation of moviegoers. And now they will have a pilgrimage point as the recently lost bench from one of the movie's biggest Amsterdam moments has been returned.
We decided that today would be a great day to regroup, reflect and single out the best movies we have seen on screen so far in 2014. The outstanding team of Cinema Blend movie writers have chosen to champion movies both massive and small, passionate and intimate. Even by expanding our list to 10, there are titles we had to leave off of the list.
There are certain movie props that become instantly iconic. For fans of John Green's The Fault in Our Stars and the feature adaptation that followed, the bench that sat near the Leidsdegracht was likely to be a must-visit spot for those who managed to make a trip to Amsterdam.
The Fault in our Stars is a hit. Fans of the book might have predicted that, but less than a month after the feature adaptation of John Green's novel hit theaters, the numbers don't lie. While Fox can celebrate the hefty payoff for their investment on this teen love story, John Green jokingly admits taking joy in watching other people cry.
Ask folks on the street which movie they think would do better on opening weekend, an action flick starring Tom Cruise or an adaptation of a young adult drama novel, most people would probably put their money on Cruise. This weekend proved yet again that these days the second most powerful box office demographic behind comic book fans are teenage girls.
In the world of book adaptations, there are few instances when movies can truly compare to their fictional counterparts. Books are more of a time commitment, but they offer more detail and they often give audiences the chance to view the world from a character or a set of character’s perspectives. There’s something about reading a book that is extremely intimate whereas a movie screening is not.
The Fault In Our Stars hit theaters last night with random evening showings around the country, and this morning, it officially opened everywhere. I saw it and am proud to report it was a damn fine movie and even stole two tears out of my right eye. I tried to fight it, but in the end, it was just too well done and too touching to robot my way through the entire movie.
Looking to Edge of Tomorrow, Maleficent, and Fault In Our Stars for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of alien invasion adventures, twisted fairy tales, and teen dramas.
In general, I can't say I'd recommend crying in public. But there's something deeply satisfying about sharing a cry with a friend over a movie.
The Summer season is in full effect, and it's showing at the box office with impressive hauls for recently released films like X-Men: Days of Future Past and Maleficent. So what's the buzz this weekend? Fandango's report puts The Fault in Our Stars ahead of Edge of Tomorrow...
It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood. Which means Mrs. Rotten Week has a laundry list of outdoor jobs needing be done. They’ll have to wait though. We’ve got a lot of business to take care of with movies coming out this week. Cruise goes Phil Connors and Shailene Woodley gets sick.