In Elysium, director Neill Blomkamp continues the long cinematic tradition of creating a future world that is completely unfit for humanity. In the film, the poor live on a filthy and overcrowded Earth, the rich and the privileged live on a titular space station, where every comfort is extended and life is easy. It’s a nightmare scenario, the kind of thing that makes you wonder what the future will… Continue reading The Future Sucks: Ranking the 34 Most Horrifying Futures Seen in the Movies
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After 42 movies, Woody Allen is a genre all his own.
Over the years, he’s taught us a few things through his films: that even a nebbish can be a romantic leading man; that the cinema of ideas can be funny; and that life is nasty, brutish, and over much too quickly. Most of all, even if he’s quick to dismiss the… Continue reading Woody Allen Movies, Ranked From Best to Worst
Welcome back for another installment from Brady Riann, Moviefone’s teenage correspondent. You’ll get reviews and insights into the world of film — from a teenage perspective.
Comic-book movies have been around my whole life.
When I was about three years old, I watched the old Max Fleischer Superman cartoons. But I soon got bored of watching a drawing do all these amazing things; I wanted to… Continue reading Superhero Movies That Stayed True to Their Roots (And Those That Didn't)
Hey, film fans: If you’re using Netflix, you may be missing out on what’s happening at the edge of the frame. Apparently, the service is bowing to those viewers who want films to fill their screens, even at the risk of chopping some off. The movies in question are those filmed in the “Scope” format, Flavorwire notes. Normal widescreen has an… Continue reading Did You Know Netflix Is Cropping Your Movies?