“The Hateful Eight,” his most recent pic, comes in third place!
Featuring stars like Michael Cera, Abigail Spencer, and Ben Schwartz, and created by acclaimed filmmakers such as Jill Soloway and Denis Villeneuve, here are the top 10 most watched shorts for 2015.
Though it’s constantly evolving, some of the fundamental movies in the canon are saturated with cultural violence. Yes, times were different then. Yes, we have come leaps and bounds. So, why do we keep returning to these movies? Maybe it’s time to reconsider. Movies like “The Jazz Singer” and “The Paleface,” all from 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die,” need to be retired–indefinitely.
Come Christmastime, there’s a little bit of Ebenezer Scrooge in all of us. But of the countless movie and TV versions of Dickens’ character, who stands head and shoulders above the rest? Here are our picks for the 10 of the best from Bill Murray to Reginald Owen.
It’s true, Sally Field: We like you! We really, really like you! Especially when you show off your comedic chops like you do in the following eight funny movies, such as “Punchline” and “Murphy’s Romance.”
Samuel L. Jackson is probably best known for two things in Hollywood: his authoritative charisma on-screen and his ability to take on any role at all. His prolific approach has helped make Jackson an iconic cultural figure… but never mind all that, this guy’s the highest-grossing film star of all time! Here are the actor’s ten most successful projects, from “Star Wars” to “Pulp Fiction.”
The holidays are a bittersweet time of year, which means (if you’re anything like us) the tears flow big-time whenever there’s a wistful Christmas movie to be watched. So whether you feel like crying tears of laughter or joy (to the world!), here are seven holiday movies, from “White Christmas” to “Miracle on 34th Street,” guaranteed to make you weep.
Counting down from his recent “Star Wars: A New Hope”… which decade is his best?
Google knows what you want. And apparently, what movie-going audiences want is a mixed bag of action (“Furious 7″), biopics (“Straight Outta Compton”), and sex (“50 Shades of Grey”).
Here are just three acclaimed entertainers we’ll miss: Wes Craven, Amanda Peterson and Leonard Nimoy.
In The Amityville Horror, the walls bleed and there’s nasty glop oozing from the plumbing, but the main event isn’t spooky special effects. It’s the Lutz family.
Platoon. Wall Street. Major League. Charlie Sheen has done some solid work over the course of his Hollywood career, but his greatest movies all came out during the ’80s.
We love characters who are stuck in the “friend zone” because they remind us how difficult love can be—and that’s what makes love worth chasing. Our list of 10 reasons you might be stuck in the “friend zone” has it all—spies, light-sabers, pregnancy, cartoons and, of course, Molly Ringwald.
No one really expected the angriest young man from N.W.A. to end up starring in family friendly road-trip comedies, but the musician’s second career has been far from an exercise in selling out. Turning out a legendary performance before his 22nd birthday, O’Shea Jackson has gone on to work with some of the top directors of the times and prove himself a talented filmmaker in his own right.
Hollywood’s annual awards season is upon us, and as usual, Cate Blanchett is set to dominate the nomination landscape thanks to her star turns in Todd Haynes’ romance “Carol” and the Dan Rather biopic “Truth.” So while the Australian thespian brushes up on her acceptance-speech etiquette, let’s take a look back at her eight past Golden Globe nominations.
Santa Claus is coming town soon, but which type of Santa will actually show up on your snowy rooftop to deliver some Christmas cheer (or so you hope)? As the movies prove, there are actually all different kinds of Kris Kringles, and some of them are downright Grinch-like. That’s why we’ve ranked 10 of our favorite cinematic Santas, from “A Christmas Story” to “Elf.”
Time was, successful movie directors wouldn’t deign to make a TV show. But all that has changed as Oscar-caliber talent, including David Lynch and Kevin Smith, has signed on both in front of the camera and behind it. TV has become as expansive and rewarding a medium as movies.
Many demons have possessed all manner of unwary dabblers in movie occultism since “The Exorcist” first scared the bejesus out of moviegoers, but it remains in a class by itself. But no matter how much you think you know about this classic movie, here are still some things you don’t.
We always admire a strong female character, but sometimes it’s not just the personality of that character that’s inspiring—it’s the wardrobe, too. Here is our list of 10 of the most fashionable characters in movies, including Carrie Fischer in “Star Wars” and Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz.”
World AIDS Day is a chance for people around the globe to come together and raise awareness for the fight against HIV/AIDS. These ten movies, from “Dallas Buyers Club” to “Philadelphia,” deliver a powerful message and commemorate those who have lost their lives to the epidemic.
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.”
Multimedia chameleon David Bowie was most renowned for his career as a musician, but every time he dabbled in movie acting, the results were always been unique and bewildering. Here are Bowie’s eight best big-screen performances.
When a movie character goes off to jail, questions arise. Who will they meet inside? Will they ever get out? When they do get out, what will they want to eat? Here now is a list of movies that use prison as a way of launching characters into the world, as well as into the heart of the movie fan, including “A Clockwork Orange” and “The Blues Brothers.
There’s no need to fear the (mostly) dysfunctional families that we’ve included in our list of 10 family meals in film that we wish we’d been invited to. In fact, consider this array of tasty movie scenes, from “Hannah and Her Sisters” to “Julie & Julia” your after-dinner palate cleanser.
These six flicks, from “Pretty Woman” to “The Devil Wears Prada,” can be your own form of retail therapy.