Let’s face it, we think our friendships would make great buddy movies. But who exactly is your ideal BFF? Find out the results….
Molly Ringwald has made a career out of playing the sort of supremely relatable everywoman that moviegoers love–;and learn from. Here are 10 valuable life lessons you can learn from Ringwald’s cinematic body of work, from “Pretty in Pink” to “Sixteen Candles.”
Tom Cruise is known for many things…dancing in his underwear, wooing Kelly McGillis on-screen with a rousing rendition of “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” … jumping on Oprah’s couch. But the Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actor is best when he really gets fired up on the big screen. “A Few Good Men,” “Interview with the Vampire,” and “Jerry Maguire” for your viewing pleasure…
Skilled con artists, soldiers on the front lines of national security… and sex symbols? The most famous movie spies tend to wield some seriously seductive elegance in addition to possessing a deadly skills set. Here are the 10 cinematic secret agents you’re most likely to catch us surveilling—and salivating over.
“Jurassic World” comes out this Friday, and if the trailer is any indication, once again the hubris of humanity exposes it to the wrath of dinosaurs, for whom people make delightful, bite-sized snacks. Take this quiz, filled with relatively obscure trivia from the first three movies in the series and fund out how you would meet your demise.
A brilliant if sometimes inscrutable filmmaker, Gus Van Sant has given us some truly indelible scenes. From “My Own Private Idaho” to “Drugstore Cowboy,” here are 10 of our favorite Van Sant moments.
Hollywood has never shied away from talking about tough subjects–and movies that take on the big issues are all the better for it. From “Dear White People” to “To Kill a Mockingbird,” here are 10 great movies about race that offer eye-opening insights on diversity, inclusion and acceptance.
The year 1999 was momentous in the real world—marked by President Clinton’s impeachment trial, the death of JFK Jr. and the debut of the Euro, among other headline-grabbers—and at the movies. Here are 10 films from that year that have earned a spot in 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.
Germany’s capital city of Berlin has long served as rich terrain for filmmakers worldwide, be they Hollywood directors or indie auteurs. The following 10 movies, including “Run Lola Run” and “The Bourne Supremacy,” all shot in the once-divided metropolis, reflect the past and present of “The Grey City,” while showing off the best it has to offer.
Remember that time you brought your parents/first date/brother or sister to the cineplex not expecting to be embarrassed and all of a sudden–wham, bam, thank you m’am, there’s some crazy action going on on-screen? Us, too. “Black Swan,” “Jackie Brown,” and 8 more times we covered our eyes (in polite company, anyway) in the movies.
Rock ‘n’ roll music and Hollywood movies are America’s two great pop-cultural exports—but on rare occasions, the two medium are made even better when a film comes along that captures rock music’s anarchic and creative spirit. The results? Anything but predictable, even when set to a steady beat. Here are our picks for 10 movies that really rock.
Serial killers have been around since the beginning of time, and often serial killer movies are dismissed as little more than exploitation. But the movies like “Peeping Tom” and “Funny Games,” are not just slasher flicks, they make you think about society’s role in creating killers and our own twisted psyches.
He’s the actor who brought Three 6 Mafia’s “It’s Hard Out Here For a Pimp” to life in Hustle & Flow, he played Iron Man’s right-hand man and he looks damn good in a uniform. Actor Terrence Howard’s filmography features a slew of different roles, but here are 10 of our faves.
A good horror movie can scare you in myriad ways, but nothing keeps a person up at night like the perfectly creepy line of dialogue. From “The Shining” to “When a Stranger Calls,” here are our picks for the 10 most chilling movie quotations of all time.
In 1979 the low-budget action movie “Mad Max” hit theaters–introducing audiences to both the director George Miller, who would go on to win Academy Awards, and Mel Gibson in his first starring role. Now Miller brings us the fourth “Mad Max” movie with Tom Hardy as the titular character and 400 times the budget he had in 1979. The question is: which “Mad Max” takes the cake?
What makes a movie a midnight movie? Usually it’s a deft combination of outrageousness and outsiderness that gives cinematic outcasts a second life after dark. Here are our 10 favorite midnight movies, including “Rock Horror Picture Show” and “Donnie Darko.”
It’s hard to narrow down the best, but these 10 German movies from the past 35 years, including “Das Boot” and “Run Lola Run,” have all earned an entry in “1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die.”
Most filmmakers dream of the day they walk on stage, thank their moms and accept their Academy Award – and all dread having to take home a Golden Raspberry instead. But some movies, like Independence Day and Purple Rain, have been “lucky” enough to garner attention from both sides of the spectrum. Here are 10 movies nominated for both Oscars and Razzies.
If movies about blooper-filled vacations have taught us anything, it’s that you can never be too prepared. Don’t get caught without your ABBA costume when you need it most (thanks, “Muriel’s Wedding”). Brush up on these 10 vacation packing tips as learned from the movies.
Melissa McCarthy is an incredibly funny, down-to-earth, all-around great gal–and for obvious reasons, we’re pretty much obsessed with making her our best friend. But in case you’ve somehow missed out on the awesomeness that is McCarthy, here are 10 reasons why she’d be an amazing BFF–from being the perfect wingman on Bridesmaids to intuitively understanding you a la Sookie in “Girlmore Girls.”
With a new installment to the series coming out this summer, we thought this was the perfect time for you to pick your favorite “Vacation” movie so far. Don’t worry if you’re having a hard time deciding, SundanceTV is running a marathon of some of our favorite “Vacation” movies starting Sat., May 23 at 10 AM/11c. Watch them again and then vote!
Dating can be a hit-or-miss endeavor, but if there’s one thing we’ve learned from movies like “Baby Mama” and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” it’s that sometimes dating can really, really be a miss. Here are 10 ways to tell that it’s time to cut your date short.
Two weeks ago, we here at Sundance asked you to pick two contenders — one from the light side of the Force, one from the dark side — for the ultimate battle of Star Wars good and evil. The results are in for our two finalists, and they carry what may come as a surprise final contender. But before we make that reveal, let’s go through the rounds and the brackets and cover each battle.
These days, you might think of Rob Reiner as Jordan Belfort’s foul-mouthed father in The Wolf of Wall Street. But in the 1980s, he directed a series of brilliant movies that have all earned a rightful place in 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die. Here are the four Reiner films most worth checking out.
“Mad Max” introduced the world to a young Mel Gibson and putting Australian cinema on the map in 1979. But what you might not realize is just how tirelessly the movie’s cast and crew worked to turn limited resources into groundbreaking cinema. Here are 10 surprising tidbits about the making of “Mad Max.”