In other words, how much did you love “Jurassic World”?
It’s rare that a movie combines three of the top genres into one, and rarer still that it actually works, but these 5, including “Romancing the Stone” and “The Princess Bride,” pulled it off splendidly.
Get ready to relive your agonizing adolescence with the help of “Sixteen Candles,” “Some Kind of Wonderful,” “Pretty in Pink” and other angst-ridden teen flicks from the ’80s.
They say it’s not show-friends, it’s show business–but tell that to Fey and Poehler, Scorsese and DiCaprio, Franco and Rogen and six other creative teams that prove filmmaking and friendship sometimes go hand in hand.
Our picks include “Malcolm X,” “Selma,” and “The Rosa Parks Story.”
Who wouldn’t want to grab a coffee with the ladies in “Bridesmaids,” “Trainwreck” and “Carol”?
Sometimes you just need a good cry. And when those times arise, only people with the coldest of hearts wouldn’t shed a tear or two when their favorite characters lose it onscreen. Here’s our list of the best sobfests in movies, including scenes from “Mystic River” and “The Green Mile.”