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schmoesknow The Schmoes Know Movie Show: The 5 Saddest Characters in Movies

Who are the Schmoes, and what exactly do they know?

The Schmoes are a couple of regular guys, Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis, who–like you–are the people for whom movies are made. They know movies, and will give you the straight scoop about ‘em.  Each week, we’re posting brand new video from the Schmoes that’ll give their take on the new releases.

Kristen Stewart always wears a frowny face… Continue reading The Schmoes Know Movie Show: The 5 Saddest Characters in Movies

  • ‘The Lion King’

    “This list could be completely made up of Disney films, but for me, the one that stands out as especially horrific is Mufasa’s death in ‘The Lion King.’ My father died when I was only two, so I’ve always been sensitive to stories about fathers who pass away. I was an 18-year-old kids’ camp counselor when I saw ‘The Lion King,’ and when Mufasa was trampled after

  • jones Watch: The Saddest Real Life Superhero Battle Youll Ever See

    Recently the first trailer for The Avengers showed us a group of our favorite Marvel superheroes all decked out in their super-cool costumes, gearing up to fight a ridiculously intense battle against a villain who’s hell-bent on destroying the world. There’s explosions, and Scarlett Johansson wraps her legs around some dude’s head — it’s all pretty sweet, and we look forward to watching it on the… Continue reading Watch: The Saddest Real-Life Superhero Battle You'll Ever See

    champ voight schroder Whats the Saddest Movie Ever Made? Science Knows the AnswerIt’s easy to make someone cry. Just show them a key two-and-a-half-minute scene from what scientists have determined is the Saddest Movie Ever Made.

    According to Smithsonian.com, scientific study has determined that the most reliable tearjerker of all time is 1979′s ‘The Champ,’ in which washed-up boxer Jon Voight returns to the ring in order to earn enough to retain custody of his son, Ricky Schroder. Particularly… Continue reading What's the Saddest Movie Ever Made? Science Knows the Answer