This browser is supported only in Windows 10 and above.

The Karate Kid

Uncle-Buck

Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide

Hits from the ’80s are on repeat all Christmas Eve and Day on IFC.

The Breakfast Club Paul Gleason

The 10 Biggest Jerks From ’80s Teen Movies

Catch Footloose and The Breakfast Club during IFC’s ’80s Weekend.

Bad News Bears

The Best Bad Coaches From Sports Movie

Catch the Bad News Bears movies this month on IFC.

Happy Gilmore

The 10 Biggest Jerks, Bullies and Weasels From Sports Movies

Catch Benders Thursdays at 10P on IFC.

movie-workouts-kill-bill

7 Movie Workouts That Will Get You in Shape This Summer

Here’s 7 movie workouts that motivate us to hit the gym hard. Or, at least take the stairs once in a while.

The-Breakfast-Club

10 ways to survive high school (according to movies and TV)

Navigate your awkward years with these simple tips and tricks.

Danny Huston is Back in “Black,” a Complete “Grindhouse,” and More New DVDs  (photo)

Danny Huston is Back in “Black,” a Complete “Grindhouse,” and More New DVDs

A look at what’s new on DVD today: “Fade to Black” (2010) Directed by Oliver Parker Released by Image Entertainment It looks like we’ll have to update our list of actors who’ve played Orson Welles with this long-delayed drama from “The Importance of Being Earnest” director Parker, which stars Danny Huston as the “Touch of […]

The big dreams of Lou Illar, the guy who wrote “Sidekicks.” (photo)

The big dreams of Lou Illar, the guy who wrote “Sidekicks.”

It already seems like ages ago that the “Karate Kid” remake came, conquered and moved on. But only now is Lou Illar, “known” for writing the 1992 Chuck Norris-Jonathan Brandis movie “Sidekicks,” has issued a statement to the press on the cinematic worthiness of his chosen martial art. “Karate is tailor-made for the movies. It’s […]

“Little Big Soldier,” Jackie Chan’s other newest movie. (photo)

“Little Big Soldier,” Jackie Chan’s other newest movie.

Reviewed at the 2010 New York Asian Film Festival. You’d have to be ghoulish to want to see Jackie Chan, who’s now (a plenty spry) 56 years old, still trying anything like the hanging-off-helicopters, 100-foot-jump-without-a-net stunts that made him an unparalleled action star. But that raises a philosophical question: what’s a Chan movie without jaw-dropping […]

Taking lessons from “Prizzi’s Honor” instead of “The Karate Kid.” (photo)

Taking lessons from “Prizzi’s Honor” instead of “The Karate Kid.”

This week’s big movie meme is Originality vs. Profitability, thanks to the spectacle of two ’80s retreads squaring off at the box office this past weekend. Why “The A-Team” sunk (relatively speaking) and “The Karate Kid” was immensely profitable has led to a lot of discussion, but little consensus. Both film are primarily riding off […]