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There are some deep, hearty, tear-soaked laughs to be found in Intramural, a new comedy from director Andrew Disney, who bottled up his love of movies like Wet Hot American Summer and Hot Rod and then dumped it all over this silly sports spoof about a group of losers who long to win the most meaningless football games. 

Every square inch of the underdog sports movie… Continue reading Meet 'Intramural,' Your New Favorite Underdog Sports Comedy

Sometimes interviewing Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige can feel like an interrogation. “Tell us about which sequels you’re working on!”Just admit that Dr. Strange is your next movie!” In all fairness, though, Feige is always a total sport about the geek-heavy grilling sessions, and is more than happy to talk about how Marvel Studios has completely reinvented the movie-making game over the past few years… Continue reading Marvel's Kevin Feige on His Favorite 'Captain America' Scene, Future Sequels, Recasting Superheroes and More

Your Top Three is a series here at Movies.com where we choose a topic and you give us your top three picks.

Last Friday, we lost one of the great modern “that guy” actors, James Rebhorn (The Game; Meet the Parents). I’d call him a character actor, but I don’t consider him one. He wasn’t the most distinct performer, neither odd in his looks nor his manner… Continue reading Your Top Three: Favorite "That Guy" Actors and Actresses

Your Top Three is a series here at Movies.com where we choose a topic and you give us your top three picks.

Everyone loves the Muppets. Don’t say you don’t, because even if it’s true, admitting it is like admitting you have no heart. Jim Henson’s felt-and-fur creations are pure joy, and they bring us laughter and catchy music and lots of wholesome entertainment. But… Continue reading Your Top Three: Favorite Muppet Characters

Is Steven Spielberg really going to remake West Side Story? Who knows, but according to Deadline he’s interested in doing something with the 1961 classic, itself an adaptation of a stage production that retooled Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet (itself a remake of Ovid’s Pyramus and Thisbe). Maybe he just wants to give the familiar story yet another update of some kind. Probably nothing will ever come of… Continue reading Which Movie Musicals Would You Like Remade by Your Favorite Directors?