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5 Controversial Movies on Netflix You Should Watch at Your Own Risk

By Joe Robberson on
...For when you get sick of 'Bones' reruns.Read Full Story

20 Things You Never Knew About 'American Psycho'

By Joe Robberson on
It's been 15 years since Patrick Bateman made reservations at Dorsia.Read Full Story

The Best Real Action Movie of 2014 is Called 'John Wick'

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The cast, the music, and the puppy all elevate 'John Wick' well past the usual action film.Read Full Story

Pun Fun: What If Celebrities Went by Their Opposite Names?

By Darrick Thomas on
Have you ever thought to yourself, "I wonder what the pop culture landscape would be like if celebrities changed their names to their opposites?" Probably not. But we did. Call it a thought experiment in re-branding with word play, dad jokes, and bad Photoshop. Enjoy.Taylor Swift becomes Taylor Slow: Reese Witherspoon becomes Reese Blossomfork:Selena Gomez becomes Selena Stopmez:Ryan Gosling becomes Ryan Gander:Olivia Wilde becomes Olivia Tame:Justin Long becomes Justin Short:Brad Pitt...Read Full Story

Cinematic Ambien: 'A Most Wanted Man'

By Joe Robberson on
The late, great Phillip Seymour Hoffman is the lone bright spot in Anton Corbijn's modern intelligence flick.Read Full Story

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is Surreal Madcap Insanity

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(L-R) Tony Revolori and Saorise Ronan in The Grand Budapest Hotel. (Fox Searchlight Pictures) Long story short: The Grand Budapest Hotel is Wes Anderson's most experimental, surreal comedy yet, endowed with all the trimmings of the filmmaker's best work.The Grand Budapest Hotel will remind you of: Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Royal Tenenbaums, Dragon Gate Inn, The Shining, Delicatessen, Amélie, The Science of Sleep, The Shawshank Redemption, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Review: All of Wes...Read Full Story

Screening Room: Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence Will Star in Another Film Together

By Joe Robberson on
(FameFlyNet Pictures, Getty Images, PacificCoastNews.com) Trailer of the WeekThe HunterAs one of America's greatest actors, Willem Dafoe flies largely under the radar. He has consistently been making killer movies since he broke out in 1986 with Platoon. His Sgt. Elias showed the actor's willingness to create compelling portraits of marginal characters. He has starred in art films and blockbusters alike, and is one of the few actors today who brings something every film strives for...Read Full Story