Brad Bird could use some positive spin this year following the disappointment of Tomorrowland. And here it is: The Iron Giant, his beloved 1999 animated feature about a boy and his enormous robot friend (voiced by Vin Diesel), is making a return to theaters this fall. Ironically, or perhaps intentionally to drive a point, the 16-year-old movie was also a box office failure… Continue reading Brad Bird's 'The Iron Giant' Gets a Re-Release This Fall With Additional Scenes
When Blade Runner opened 23 years ago this month, nobody expected it to be the phenomenon it’s become. Especially after its disappointing performance at the box office.
Yet here we are, anxiously awaiting a sequel to the sci-fi masterpiece with Harrison Ford returning, possibly opposite Ryan Gosling, with original director Ridley Scott producing and one of today’s most exciting filmmakers, Denis Villeneuve… Continue reading Watch a Version of 'Blade Runner' Made Up of Deleted Scenes and Alternate Takes
The Schmoes are a couple of regular guys, Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis, who–like you–are the people for whom movies are made. Each week, we’re posting brand new video from the Schmoes that’ll give their spin on a given movie topic.
On this week’s Top Five, the Schmoes are feeling a little frisky in honor of Fifty Shades of Grey. Check out their… Continue reading Watch: We're Gettin' Frisky and Ranking the Top 5 Sex Scenes in Movies
The Important News
Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also getting another reboot.
We got our first look behind the scenes of James Bond in SPECTRE.
We also got our first look at the new Deadpool costume.
Fifty Shades of Grey sequels were confirmed. A Spaceballs sequel was teased.
A Frozen Broadway musical with the movie’s director was confirmed.
Angelina Jolie might… Continue reading Best of the Week: Spider-Man Joined the Marvel Movies, Top Action Scenes of the Decade and More
In Kingsman: The Secret Service, director Matthew Vaughn takes the tropes of old-school spy movies and ratchets them up to 11. Formerly silly or innocuous gadgets now create bloody messes. Colin Firth’s gentleman spy is brutal enough to make Sean Connery blush. However, it’s all done with a sly wink and nod. Above all other things, the action is fun. More importantly, it’s… Continue reading The 10 Best Action Scenes of the Past Decade