Teen comedies have a reputation for being lousy. That’s probably due to the large number of them that are lousy. So when one rises above the mediocrity, teens notice it, adults notice it, and before you can put the “duh” in “dumb,” you’ve got yourself a cult favorite.
That’s what happened late in the summer of 2000, when Bring It On hit theaters and we all gladly joined the… Continue reading You're Old: 'Bring It On' Came Put 15 Years Ago
We’ve seen a number of Frankenstein tales over the years, but we’ve never really seen one told from Igor’s perspective. That’s what Victor Frankenstein — in theaters November 25 — looks to deliver, along with some pretty gnarly gothic horror vibes.
Written by Max Landis (Chronicle, American Ultra), this latest version of the classic Frankenstein tale feels a bit like a ghoulish Sherlock… Continue reading 'Victor Frankenstein' Trailer: Watch James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe Bring Life to a Monster
Chances are you won’t ever look at your dogs, cats, birds, rabbits and fishes the same way again after watching this adorable first trailer for The Secret Life of Pets, from the humans who brought us the Despicable Me and Minions movies.
Ever want to know what your pets do after you leave home for the day? Well… you can start by… Continue reading Watch: The 'Despicable Me' Humans Bring Us 'The Secret Life of Pets' Trailer
We love to spend the holidays with Bill Murray. There’s Ghostbusters II on New Year’s Eve, Hyde Park on Hudson on President’s Day, Groundhog Day on Groundhog Day and, of course, Scrooged at Christmas*. Now we’re going to have more of the actor to watch on that last holiday, because he’s starring in a special called A Very Murray Christmas, which will debut on Netflix this December.
Fans of Scrooged should be… Continue reading Watch Bill Murray Bring the Yuletide Cheer in the 'A Very Murray Christmas' Trailer
Everyone expects the Avengers movies to be the biggest of the Marvel bunch, but it’s quite possible that Captain America: Civil War may end up being an even bigger movie than Age of Ultron. At least it looks that way if we’re going off the cast list alone.
The movie, which brings back Winter Soldier directors Joe