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IFC Throwback Thursdays continues tonight with a double airing of Pulp Fiction starting at 8/7c. For those not alive at the time, it’s hard to explain how much Pulp Fiction changed things and affected popular culture at the time. It’s influence was felt throughout the ’90s in many wonderful and some not so wonderful ways.…
When asked about the movie, Willis simply said, “Yes.”
Catherine Zeta-Jones, Anthony Hopkins and Byung-Hun Lee join the film.
The director talks to IFC about his past and future projects.
The film hits theaters on February 14.
John McClane and his son Jack team up in the second trailer for the upcoming “Die Hard” sequel.
Article: “Looper” review: Back to the Future
Rian Johnson’s time-travel adventure is everything a good sci-fi film should be… and then some.
Article: “Looper” director Rian Johnson talks time travel, genre-bending, and capturing the essence of Bruce Willis
“At the end of the day, if Joe feels like Bruce, it’s mostly because of his performance,” says Johnson.
The indie auteur takes you inside his break-out sci-fi mindbender.
We take a look at the funny side of the blockbuster director’s career.
Article: New “Moonrise Kingdom” videos introduce Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, and Wes Anderson
Wes Anderson’s upcoming movie “Moonrise Kingdom” looks to capture much of the trademark style and quirkiness that we’ve come to expect from the celebrated filmmaker, and with its Memorial Day Weekend premiere looming, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing some cool promotional elements pop up online. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Wes Anderson film…
John McClain is having a really bad night, but you won’t if you watch our Die Hard marathon
Clear the weekend, we’re showing “Die Hard”, Die Harder” and “Die Hard With a Vengeance.”
The movie is set to come out August 17.
Article: Five Great Morgan Freeman Roles
“Lucky Number Slevin” airs tonight at 11:30 p.m. ET
Turns out that fight scene will be 10 minutes long with no dialogue. Awesome.
Tilda Swinton and Jason Schwartzman are fabulous in them.
Rian Johnson seems to be at the top of his game.
Anyone concerned that this year’s Cannes film festival might not have the appropriate levels of candy-colored, symmetrical camera shots, Bill Murray or all-around quirk can now rest easily. The event will open with Wes Anderson’s new film “Moonrise Kingdom,” frontloading Cannes with all of the above, and if we had to bet on it, probably…
“Lucky Number Slevin” airs tonight at 10:30 p.m. ET
They’re baaaaaaaaaack. Everyone’s favorite gang of lovable hired killers, The Expendables, returns to theaters next summer in “The Expendables 2.” Doesn’t look like the movie has a subtitle; personally, I would have gone with “The Expendables 2: Expend Harder.” Maybe a sequel’s no surprise with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the cast; that dude’s always threatening to…
Big explosions. Ninja battles on cliff wall faces. Bruce Willis. What more could a person want from the upcoming “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”? Our answer: nothing. Ever since casting for the sequel to 2009′s “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” started, it was clear this film was going to take a marked turn from its predecessor.…
Comedy is the hardest thing to pull off, despite what the Academy Awards would have you believe. If you want proof of that, think of how painful it is to watch an attempt at comedy that isn’t actually funny. If a drama’s not that good, and can still get a cheeky enjoyability by how seriously…
Just about every film at Sundance is a world premiere. So why is there a “Premieres” section, and how is it different than the Competition or the Spotlight or the New Frontiers or the NEXT or…okay, I think that’s all of them. Sundance describes Premieres as “a showcase of some of the most highly anticipated…