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
If Garry Marshall’s star-packed disaster ‘New Year’s Eve’ proved anything, it’s that (like in life) the perfect New Year’s Eve is hard to get right. Moviefone has thrown out some of holiday’s worst on-screen moments and now, as the world readies itself for the big 20-12, let’s take a moment to celebrate the best: ‘When Harry Met Sally.’
Twenty-three years after its initial release, the Billy Crystal… Continue reading 21 Reasons Why 'When Harry Met Sally's' New Year's Eve is Better Than Yours
John Gholson is a life-long comic book fanboy who has previously covered all manner of superhero news at AOL. After dabbling with comic book self-publishing in the ’90s, John moved on to study sequential art at the Savannah College of Art & Design, and currently produces a regular web comic, ‘Appetite for Destruction,’ for Tapsauce.com. You can also read his Avengers Countdown here at Movies.com.
Amidst the… Continue reading 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Countdown: Five Reasons Sony's Being Quiet with Spider-Man
When movies like the critically savaged duo of ‘Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star’ and ‘Creature’ bottom out at the box office, it’s an excuse for a quick joke and little else. (Example: “Double the $ 220 per-screen average for ‘Creature’ and you still couldn’t even buy an iPad!”) When a movie like ‘Warrior’ underperforms, however, box office prognosticators are left to wonder where it went wrong… Continue reading 6 Possible Reasons 'Warrior' Got Knocked Out at the Box Office