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monster%20house%2012 Your Top Three: Most Memorable 3D Moviegoing Experiences

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

If you had the chance to see the teaser trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2 today (it has been temporarily pulled by the studio), it likely made you forget about any issues you have with 3D. Maybe you thought back to the… Continue reading Your Top Three: Most Memorable 3D Moviegoing Experiences

There was a time when Steve Buscemi was known exclusively for his off-beat supporting roles, in films like “The Big Lebowski,” “Fargo,” “Con Air,” and “Armageddon.” Now, after several years as the lead on HBO’s impressive “Boardwalk Empire,” he is returning to the entertainingly peculiar characters that helped launch his career.

In “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” which hits theaters this Friday, the actor plays Anton Marvelton, an aging Vegas performer and… Continue reading Steve Buscemi on 'Burt Wonderstone' and 6 of His Most Memorable Roles (EXCLUSIVE)

Bad news: It’s still February, it’s still freezing cold out, and we still have have four months until summer officially starts. But, not to worry — we have a solution.

To break the winter blues, Moviefone has put together a list of the 10 most memorable bikinis in movies. No, it’s not quite as good as lying out on the beach with the waves crashing at your feet and the sun… Continue reading Best Bikini Movie Scenes: 10 Memorable Poolside Sequences (VIDEOS)

If you don’t know who Seth MacFarlane is, then the commercials for this year’s Academy Awards have likely left you a bit flummoxed. Who the heck is this guy, and why is he hosting one of the biggest television events of the year?

MacFarlane is best known as the creative force and voice behind “Family Guy,” the popular animated show on FOX. You may also know him from his stints as… Continue reading Seth MacFarlane's Songs: The Oscar Host's Most Memorable Musical Moments

  • The Space Abortion – “Prometheus”

    Whatever you thought of Ridley Scott’s return to the “Alien” universe (and I know some people <em>hated it</em>), it’s hard to deny the awe-inducing, stomach-churning power of the moment when scientist Elizabeth Shaw (original Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Noomi Rapace), infected by a malevolent black goo, has to perform an emergency, robot-assisted cesarean section on herself. (You can watch <a href=”http://youtu.be/9IG2bicNOfo”>the full NSFW scene