Tag Archive: watched

If you’re a fan of immersive moviegoing experiences, Secret Cinema is like your Mecca. Secret Cinema began in London and is now spreading to other cities including Los Angeles and New York, and it’s basically this monthly gathering of movie nerds who not only screen a movie at a secret location somewhere in the designated city, but they also turn the screening into… Continue reading You've Never Watched 'Back to the Future' Like This Before

Over the holidays, I watched Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas again. I’ve probably seen it at least once a year for maybe 35 years now, and as a kid I surely watched it more than once each season. The viewing made me wonder if, because of tradition, we’re more likely to have seen a favorite Christmas movie more than any other movie over the course of… Continue reading What Movie Have You Watched Most in Your Life?

We’re right in the thick of November sweeps, which means that most, if not ALL SHOWS are airing RIGHT THIS SECOND. How on earth can a human being be expected to stay on top of everything? Relax, you can’t. Nobody can. We didn’t choose this life. This life chose US. Fortunately, we’re in this together, guy. We at TV.com want to help you lighten your burden by filling you in… Continue reading We Watched It For You: Rage of the Yeti, a Syfy Original Movie

This week the nation will be focused on the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001. There will be many topics discussed leading up to the 10th anniversary, and many of the conversations will concern how the average citizen got back to their daily routine after our nation was attacked.

So we at Moviefone want to hear from you. After the events of that day, when did you start enjoying… Continue reading What Was the First Movie You Watched After 9/11?

Despite starting at 6 a.m. on a weekday, the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton drew a king-size U.S. audience Friday morning. The wedding coverage was carried live from about 6 a.m. to  7:15 a.m. on 11 networks and drew 22.8 million viewers and 18.6 million households, according to Nielsen Media Research. That’s

Crystal Clear Picture: