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The 10 Most Lovable Foul-Mouthed Kids in Movies by Evan Saathoff
‘Elysium”s Sci-fi Problem and Why Not Being Futuristic Enough Is a Distraction by Peter Hall
‘Crawl to Me’ Poster Premiere, Plus Five Things You Should Know About the Horror Movie by Rick Marshall
Ten Reasons Why ‘Olympus Has Fallen’ Is This Year’s Craziest Action Movie by Evan Saathoff
You’re Old: ‘The Last Temptation of Christ’ Came Out 25… Continue reading Best of the Week: Questioning the Year's Questionable Sci-fi, Original 'Kick-Ass' Ending, 'You're Next' Giveaway and More
Farewell, Miramar Playa. We, unfortunately, barely knew ye.
And even after two seasons, Magic City star Jeffrey Dean Morgan sort of feels the same way about Ike Evans, the man at the center of the period drama. Despite spending 16 hours of television in the (very nice) shoes of the family man/hotel owner, he feels they’d only begun to scratch the surface of the character and the world of Magic
Pretty In Pink
John Hughes crafts an exemplary ’80s Brat Pack romance out of the standard Cinderella story in Pretty in Pink. Andie Walsh (M… Read More
Way back in 2008, Diablo Cody, Oscar-winning screenwriter of “Juno,” “Jennifer’s Body,” and “Young Adult,” programmed a two-week run at Los Angeles’ New Beverly Cinema. As part of her line-up, she screened John Hughes’s immortal “Pretty in Pink” (Hughes… Continue reading 'Pretty in Pink' Alternate Ending: Jon Cryer on What John Hughes Originally Had in Mind
Death came to “Revolution” again in the shocking ending to midseason premiere episode “The Stand.” We’re only halfway through Season 1 and the show has already lost its second full-time cast member, now that Danny (Graham Rogers) has joined Maggie (Anna Lise Phillips) as casualties of the increasingly dangerous rebellion.
“I think it’s exactly the right type of shocking development that really ramps everybody up… Continue reading 'Revolution' midseason premiere shocker: Eric Kripke explains the dramatic ending (major spoilers)
The critically acclaimed cult series “Fringe” took its final bow on Friday night with a two-hour finale event on FOX, after hanging on for five seasons despite low ratings and risky storylines. We’re still sorting through the science fiction of it all, but emotionally, the finale was immensely satisfying, bringing the “Fringe” team to a heartbreaking but hopeful conclusion.
As expected, Walter had to sacrifice… Continue reading 'Fringe' finale: Peter says goodbye to Walter -- did the ending satisfy you?