Most comic book and superhero fans who love the characters and the medium all understand that a huge debt is owed to writer Alan Moore. The skilled and imaginative works he’s created for the comic book medium and for the superhero genre are some of the most timeless comics anyone can read, with those works often aging like a fine wine.
Did you ever see the Joker… Continue reading Comics on Film: Alan Moore Hates Superheroes, and if You Don't, Then He May Hate You Too
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“He’s really here, mommy! He’s really here!”
The five-year-old boy sitting behind us in the movie theater firmly believes Mickey Mouse is in the house. You can understand why. The 3D in Walt Disney’s
Breaking Bad has never been afraid to challenge its audience, packing episodes with morally complex characters, sly callbacks, plot riddles, and jaw-dropping moments. (Need a couple thousand Band-Aids for your throat, Victor?) But what are the scenes that challenged the actors themselves? Which was the moment that was the most difficult to film? It wasn’t always easy for the actors to decide on just one, but they rose to… Continue reading ‘Breaking Bad’: Cast members reveal their most challenging scenes to film
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What Is ‘Divergent,’ and Why It May Be the Next ‘Hunger Games’ (Plus: Watch the First Trailer) by Perri Nemiroff
Rent These: A Guide to the Many Movies Made by the Cast and Crew of ‘You’re Next’ by Peter Hall
What Is One Direction? A Guide for Adults by Evan Saathoff
Movies.com Infographic: The 2013 Summer Box Office Summed Up in One Image by Erik Davis
I Went to… Continue reading Best of the Week: Summer-Movie Box Office Infographic, Film Face-off and More