These are cold blooded, gunslinging businessmen we’re dealing with–and when it comes to murder, they’re nothing short of ruthless. Vote for your favorite brutal mob death.
Sometimes the attraction is there, the characters are crazy about each other and a sex scene just writes itself… and sometimes, we’re left scratching our heads about how two people even end up in the same room together. Here are 10 on-screen hookups that may have caught you off guard.
Do you remember hearing the line “I’ll have what she’s having” for the very first time in When Harry Met Sally?
“Grey”-mania may have swept the nation with the big-screen adaptation of E.L. James’ “Twilight”-fanfic-turned-bestseller on the way, but don’t forget about these five boundary-pushing classics:
Maybe you never knew that chart-topping hit was written to score a movie, or maybe your ears perk up at that haunting instrumental that you never knew you knew, but here’s one thing we do know. Prepare yourself: The following 10 movie theme songs have high earworm probabilities.
Yeah, yeah, yeah–we’ve heard it all. This is the 21st century: Flowers and chocolate and happily every after are out; booty calls and friends with benefits are in.
Discussion over a potentially different ending to Gone Girl, David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestseller, had the Internet up in arms for months before the movie’s release. As it turned out, little was changed. But that’s not the case for all novels. Here’s ten movies whose endings are markedly different to their source material.
Who gets your pick for best on-screen BDSM couple: Anastasia and Christian or Edward and Lee?
Be it hypnosis or amnesia, alien experiments or voluntary in-patient procedures, the characters below all had their memories messed with–and as you can see, the results were less than ideal.
As we’re all anxiously awaiting Channing Tatum’s return to his role as Magic Mike in the tantalizingly-titled sequel “Magic Mike XXL,” let’s take a look back at some of the awesomely awful stripper movies of days past. From Elizabeth Berkley’s Razzie-winning performance in “Showgirls” to Jennifer Beals’ welder-stripper-modern dancer wannabe, these are the movies we just love to … well, love.
In honor of Black History Month, we turned to SundanceNow Doc Club find out the must-see documentaries about the African-American struggle for equal rights. From profiles of Harry Belafonte, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Shirley Chisholm to powerful stories about modern day segregation, these selections are essential viewing no matter what month it is.
Movies are meant to entertain, sure, but oftentimes there are crucial lessons we can learn from them, too–especially when it comes to dating dos and don’ts. In fact, here are 10 dating mistakes you definitely should not make, as taught in some of the best romances and romantic comedies of all time.
From provocative to profoundly uncomfortable, the 2015 Sundance Film Festival has made waves with it’s multitude of controversial sex scenes. Read on for a second compilation of intense sex scenes from this year’s films–the same warning stands: spoilers and disturbing content ahead.
Hilarious, trippy, sometimes downright crazy, the stoner movie is a comedy institution. Unlike some sub-genres (spoofs, rom-coms, buddy movies), stoner flicks don’t always have much in common in the way of plot or characters. What does unite these cinematic misfits? Drug of choice, of course! Navigate the haze with our round-up of the top 10 movies about smoking up.
During January, movie fans would be forgiven for thinking of the Sundance Film Festival as the only game in town. It comes at a perfect time: right in the midst of January’s new-release doldrums, just as everyone catches up on all of the awards movies from the previous year, and well before the annual Cannes hoopla. But as many of the year’s high-profile releases first play at Sundance, there are other film festivals that launch important, weird, and/or fascinating movies that might not otherwise get so much attention.
The Fly, Naked Lunch and Videodrome should all be on your must-see list.
Independent Spirit Award-winning performances from Jeff Bridges (American Heart), Quvenzhane Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild), Ian McKellen and Lynn Redgrave (Gods and Monsters), and Andie MacDowell and Laura San Giacomo (Sex, Lies and Videotape).
Please note: This list is not for the squeamish, the prudish or the politically correct. Spoiler alert! You’ve been warned.
Found a severed horse’s head at the foot of your bed lately? If so, you probably don’t see anything funny about the Mafia, but the rest of us have been enjoying laughs at the mob’s expense since forever. Now might be a good time to cook up some spaghetti, pour a glass of red wine and catch up on some of these killer comedies.
From crime capers to modern (and classic) romances, there’s something about the way the Brits make movies that make us perfectly happy to brew a cup of tea and browse real estate listings in London. Here are 10 of our favorites… 1. 28 Days Later Well before The Walking Dead revitalized the festering corpse of…
The problem with romantic comedies is that so many of them look the same: Lonelygirl looking for love has a “meet-cute” with the potential man of her dreams (even if she doesn’t know it yet), wacky hijinks ensue, they realize they’re meant for each other, roll credits. Perhaps that’s why so many women are fans of the following “guy movies,” which not only subvert the standard “chick flick” cliches, but also offer some genuine insight into what makes men tick.
Mobsters: They’re often deadly–and usually deadly handsome to boot. In fact, if mob movies have taught us anything, it’s that the only thing that matters more to a gangster than killing is killer clothing. So we’ve rounded up our picks for the 10 best-dressed dons in cinema. Here are the Mafia members we love for the way they combine crime and style.
A key element of the prison drama is the journey of one man from solitude to the moment he reaches out, finding some connection with another person, or the world. But as the list below shows, that contact can come in any form. Here are 10 people you’d actually want to run into behind bars.
These talented women aren’t waiting around for directing gigs or plum acting roles, they’re writing their own.
Everyone’s favorite “21 Jump Street” star made the leap to the big screen with everyone’s favorite ’80s slasher flick “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” But what’s the best Johnny Depp movie? That, dear readers, we leave you to decide.