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A crooked cop (Michael Shannon) pursues a New York City bike messenger (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) carrying a dubious package in t… Read More

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“I can’t work in an office; I don’t like wearing suits. I like to ride.” And so begins the featurette for Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s newest action flick, “Premium Rush.”

Here, Gordon-Levitt plays Wilee, “the fastest bike messenger in New York City,” who, just for… Continue reading 'Premium Rush' Clip: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Is The Fastest Bike Messenger Ever

deborah ann woll ryan kwanten true blood True Blood   Gone Gone Gone: If that wasnt the best vampire staking ever, Ill eat Sookies Chinese takeoutThe latest episode of “True Blood,” “Gone Gone Gone,” made us fall in love with Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten) all over again.

Not that we ever stopped (don’t be ridiculous), but his poignant farewell to Hoyt (Jim Parrack) had us blubbering like a pre-vampire Tara.

Hoyt, tired of being the hypotenuse of a love triangle with Jessica ( Deborah Ann Woll) and Jason, asks his… Continue reading 'True Blood' - 'Gone Gone Gone': If that wasn't the best vampire staking ever, I'll eat Sookie's Chinese takeout

kristin bauer 300x400 What’s the Least Sexy Look Ever from ‘True Blood’?Courtesy HBO

The only thing hotter than her costars is Kristin Bauer van Straten’s wardrobe as True Blood‘s Pam, the vampire nightclub owner with a penchant for S&M. But even though the actress has sported countless sexy jumpsuits and corset tops, one of her favorite costumes is surprisingly tame: the yellow Walmart sweatsuit Pam begrudgingly borrows from Anna Paquin‘s Sookie when she’s unexpectedly… Continue reading What’s the Least Sexy Look Ever from ‘True Blood’?

In the 19 years since its release, “The Sandlot” has become the yardstick that all childhood summers are measured against.

The David M. Evans’s classic follows a gaggle of baseball-obsessed boys during the summer of 1962. But the 1993 film is more than a nostalgic look back on childhood, friendship and baseball. It also offers one of the best Fourth of July sequences ever set to film.

As the world is grilling… Continue reading July 4 Movies: 21 Reasons 'The Sandlot' Has The Best Independence Day Scene Ever