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10 Movie Cops Who Can Arrest Us Anytime

Article: 10 Movie Cops Who Can Arrest Us Anytime

Along with superheroes, our favorite action movie protagonists are law enforcement agents. We admire them for their moral strength and decisiveness. We’re also fond of how pretty they are. These are just some of our favorite hot cops. 1. Martin Riggs – Lethal Weapon That flowing hair. Those crazy eyes. No woman left Lethal Weapon…

Five Favorite Brad Pitt Roles

Article: Five Favorite Brad Pitt Roles

Even though the first rule of “Fight Club” is not to talk about Fight Club, and the second rule of fight club is don’t talk about fight club, we can’t help but tell the world that we’re showing it tonight at 8/7c. Tune in for your fix of Friday night fights. In the darkly comic…

Bullet Vision: “Rambo First Blood Part II” and “Fight Club”

Article: Bullet Vision: “Rambo First Blood Part II” and “Fight Club”

All this week we are gearing up for the two-night Bullet in the Face event, which kicks off on Thursday at 10/9c. To celebrate the brutally funny crime drama we are packing our schedule with some of our favorite movies. In tonight’s installment of Bullet Vision we have a double-feature of action-packed goodness and with…

The difference between movie stars and actors

Article: The difference between movie stars and actors

Is there a difference between “movie stars” and actors? Both of them act, obviously, but one of them does it as an art form and the other does it – how does one say this? — for the adulation and the box office. There has been endless speculation about psychological motivations. Why would someone need…

Brad Pitt says he’s looking to retire in three years

Article: Brad Pitt says he’s looking to retire in three years

Three years. After that, you won’t have Brad Pitt to kick around or anoint as the Sexiest Man Alive for an eighth time anymore. Promoting “Moneyball” overseas, Pitt sat down with “60 Minutes Australia” for a lengthy interview. Near the end of the conversation, the interviewer asked how long Pitt would like to continue working…

Match Cuts: “Troy”

Article: Match Cuts: “Troy”

In Match Cuts, we examine every available version of a film, and decide once and for all which is the one, definitive cut worth watching. This week, in honor of Brad Pitt’s role in the recently released baseball drama “Moneyball” we’re taking a look at the epic war film “Troy.” EDITIONS: Theatrical Cut (2004): 163…

“Moneyball,” reviewed

Article: “Moneyball,” reviewed

This review contains spoilers for historical events. If you don’t know how “Moneyball” ends already and don’t want to know, do not read further. People who know baseball will have a very different experience watching “Moneyball” than the people who don’t. The film, an adaptation of a revolutionary non-fiction book by Michael Lewis, recreates the…

Max Brooks visits the set and shows off pictures from “World War Z”

Article: Max Brooks visits the set and shows off pictures from “World War Z”

While its zombie subject matter might mark it as an easy choice for a feature film adaptation, the fractured “oral history” style structure of “World War Z” doesn’t exactly lend itself to the medium. Despite the fact that filming is well under way on the zombie flick, it’s still shocking that the project, which spent…

First wave of 2011 Toronto Film Festival titles announced

Article: First wave of 2011 Toronto Film Festival titles announced

Straight from the Twitter feed of festival co-director Cameron Bailey comes the first wave of titles from this year’s Toronto Film Festival. And they are: -“Trishna,” directed by Michael Winterbottom, starring Freida Pinto and Riz Ahmed (World Premiere) -“The Lady,” directed by Luc Besson, starring Michelle Yeoh and David Thewlis (WP) -“Countdown,” directed by Huh…

“The Tree of Life,” Reviewed

Article: “The Tree of Life,” Reviewed

Director Terrence Malick is a magician with a movie camera. But watching his new film, “The Tree of Life,” is like watching a magician perform one trick over and over again for 138 minutes. As amazing as that trick is, when it’s repeated endlessly, it loses some of its luster. In “Tree of Life,” Malick…

Can’t Be At Cannes 2011, Awards Edition

Article: Can’t Be At Cannes 2011, Awards Edition

Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life” was a front-runner to make last year’s Cannes Film Festival but the film wasn’t finished in time. This year’s Cannes jury decided it was worth the wait, as it gave “The Tree of Life” the festival’s biggest prize, the Palme d’Or at the annual Cannes awards ceremony (the film…

Can’t Be At Cannes 2011, Tuesday Edition

Article: Can’t Be At Cannes 2011, Tuesday Edition

It sucks not being at the Cannes Film Festival. To keep you up-to-speed on all the latest developments with the minimum amount of pain and jealousy, we’ll be providing frequent roundups of all the biggest news and best reviews. This is the third; for additional installments, along with all our Cannes coverage, can be found…

The Five Most Bad Ass Quentin Tarantino Characters

Article: The Five Most Bad Ass Quentin Tarantino Characters

Tonight at 10 p.m. ET we are showing Quentin Tarantino’s cinematic tour de force, “Pulp Fiction”. The movie not only put Tarantino on the map as a writer and director to be reckoned with, but also marked the come backs of both John Travolta and Bruce Willis and reminded the world of the charms of…

“Tree Of Life” Will Premiere at Cannes (Supposedly)

Article: “Tree Of Life” Will Premiere at Cannes (Supposedly)

Variety‘s Justin Chang reports that Terrence Malick’s long-awaited film “The Tree of Life” will finally premiere at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. From Chang’s report: “It’s still unclear whether the Fox Searchlight drama starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn will play in or out of competition, a decision that likely will not be made until…

Trailering: Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life”

Article: Trailering: Terrence Malick’s “The Tree of Life”

“The Tree of Life”! “The Tree of Life”! “The Tree of Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiife”! That is all. Well, okay. The trailer for Terrence Malick’s long, long-awaited new film — starring Brad Pitt, Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain — has finally officially hit the web. You can watch it below, but I’d recommend checking it out in HD…

Bogey and Bacall to Biel and Evans: The Art Of The On-Set Romance

Article: Bogey and Bacall to Biel and Evans: The Art Of The On-Set Romance

At 11 p.m. ET tonight we are showing London. The 2005 film follows Syd (Chris Evans) as he crashes the going away party of his ex-girlfriend, London (Jessica Biel), who is moving to California with her new boyfriend. As one is wont to do when crashing an ex’s party, Syd brings along his friendly neighborhood…

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