With George Clooney taking aim in The American on Wed., Nov. 30 at 8/7c on SundanceTV (followed by a brand new episode from the powerful final season of RECTIFY at 10/9c), we’re paying tribute to some hitmen who you better hope don’t come gunning for you.
Few movie moments are as powerful as the scene in A Few Good Men when Col. Jessup (Jack Nicholson) bellows “You can’t handle the truth!” at Lt. Kaffee (Tom Cruise). Rob Reiner’s film adaptation of Aaron Sorkin’s acclaimed play is still as gripping today as it was when it was released back in 1992.
What do David Bowie, Blondie and The Ramones have in common? The ’80s! And alien-themed songs!
Drug dealers, informers and wiseguys… we love a mob movie. And one of the best mob movies of them all? Undoubtedly, “Goodfellas.” Here are favorite scenes with Tommy, Jimmy, Henery, Karen and more.
In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Aliens, and in support of the upcoming “Alien Invasion” on SundanceTV, a marathon of all four Alien franchise movies, the network is launching “Aliens!!! The Contest,” exclusively on Tumblr.
Legendary producer, director and actor Garry Marshall, who brought Happy Days, The Odd Couple and Mork & Mindy to TV in the ’70s before turning his sights to feature filmmaking, passed away last week at age 81. Celebrate Garry’s heartfelt yet hilarious aesthetic with any of these five classics.
Movies like “Zero Dark Thirty” and “Testament of Youth” show that women aren’t always relegated to the sidelines in war pics
“Bad Boys,” “Bad Boys,” whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do with our trivia about you?
Can’t get enough Paul Rudd? We think you’ll dig his performances in “Ant-Man,” “Clueless,” “Wet Hot American Summer” and more.
“SNL” was just a glimpse at his subversive streak.
“The Imitation Game,” “Pi,” “Real Genius,” and “The Theory of Everything” are movies that count.
It’s a classic scenario (James Dean and Richard Davalos in “East of Eden”) that never gets old (Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci in “Raging Bull).
Need a little peace, love and understanding? “American Graffiti,” “An Education” and “The Sandlot” are just some of the coming-of-age movies that feature kids maturing against the backdrop of the ’60s.
What separates the men from the boys? Cultivating a Hollywood career after you’ve outgrown your child-star phase, as acclaimed actors like Jeff Bridges, Neil Patrick Harris and Ryan Gosling can attest.
Without “Pulp Fiction,” would we have had movies like “Snatch,” “In Bruges” and “Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead”? Highly doubtful.
“The Godfather Part II,” “Patriot Games” and “U.S. Marshals” prove that sometimes the second time’s the charm.
As movies like “Unfaithful,” “To Die For,” “A Perfect Murder” and “Match Point” prove, loving someone to death isn’t always a good thing.
Love is a multifaceted thing in ’80s flicks like “Pretty in Pink,” “Always,” “Something Wild” and “Some Kind of Wonderful.”
“King Kong,” “Desperately Seeking Susan” and “Basic Instinct” are just a few of the blonde highlights in the modern-day movie landscape.
Want to learn more about Ireland’s Easter Rising before catching REBELLION on SundanceTV? Here are some movies we recommend.
“The Goonies,” “WarGames” and “The Lost Boys” prove that any heroics you can do, kids can do better.
Who doesn’t love “Jackie Brown” and “The Bourne Supremacy”?
The directors behind such hits as “Lost in Translation,” “Broken Flowers” and “Rushmore” wanted Murray in a hurry!
All hail the Queen! As a Hollywood leading lady with a killer set of pipes, Queen Latifah totally kills it in movies like “Bessie,” “Living Out Loud” and “Chicago.”
From the Emerald Isle come such brilliant performers as Colin Farrell, Saoirse Ronan, Liam Neeson and more.