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Sure, both Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and The Twilight Saga are page-to-screen adaptations with ardent fanbases, but the boys in Scott Pilgrim's corner wouldn't be caught dead seeing a Twilight movie of their own volition. The irony? Underneath Scott Pilgrim’s geeky exterior and Twilight’s swoony trappings, they may actually be the same movie...
In true classic style...
What is it about a perfectly done horror movie? Some use the time time-tested hot-chick-in-distress formula, some hinge on graphic displays of gore that make you recoil (even though you keep watching, sick bastard), and some simply shake you to the core. Either way, with Friday the 13th upon us, here are the best ones of all time w/ video evidence.
Sylvester Stallone’s homage to the 80’s action-flick The Expendables, defies all expectations. And not in a good way.
The entertainment industry is willing to overlook a lot when it comes to its stars. Substance abuse, violent outbursts and subsequent arrests... and sometimes even the fact that the actor in question is no longer alive.\r\n
A bun in the oven on the silver screen...
Do you know your horror posters?
As you know, The Expendables is coming on August 13th, and promises to create a testosterone explosion the likes of which have been little seen on this earth. And, yet, there are some other teams which are almost indescribably manly, that cause young boys to suddenly burst with muscles and chest hair.
It also makes for some of the most satisfying moments in sci-fi when the story’s jerk gets his just desserts. Here are a few of our favorites: (Spoilers ahead)
Best-reviewed work of Sylvester Stallone.
...you wouldn't have a decent B-movie. You'd have 10 action stars who look as good with a firearm as they do in leather. Help cast the blockbuster that should have been.
11-year-old movie critic Jackson visited The Early Show recently to review summer films. While Jackson liked Ramona and Beezus (and "favorite" Toy Story 3) and loved Salt, he hated Inception for being "confusing." Uh, you're 11? The insufferable video, inside.
Shaun of the Dead, Superbad, Hot Fuzz, Arrested Development, Spaced – writer/director Edgar Wright and actor Michael Cera have been responsible for a lot of awesomeness over the last few years. They have legions of fans that should grow with Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (a film that Wright compares to Bugs Bunny – in a comedic sense anyway).
Arnold Schwartzenegger has been busy running one of the largest economies on Earth, and that hasn’t exactly been easy. So could the man who defined ’80s violent excess on screen be true to his catch-phrase, and actually be back?
They just don't make light gun games like they used to. Very special thanks to Andy Whitfield (Spartacus, from the show Spartacus) for taking time out of his busy schedule to spend an afternoon horsing around with plastic guns with some dudes on the internet!
After a long and troubled development, "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" may finally be ready for Broadway. Although Evan Rachel Wood and Alan Cumming stepped aside from their respective roles as Mary Jane Watson and Green Goblin/Norman Osborn, Jennifer Damiano and Patrick Page have been confirmed as their replacements.