Some say Reagan's policies helped end the Cold War, others say the Russians just realized how hot their women were. But none of that is true.
I'd like to see a new generation of super poor filmmakers rip off the RIP-OFF movies, but without even the second-rate fancy shit.
Few people throw serious money into movie re-enactment. Yet most of the props can be found around the house, and the set is usually the neighborhood playground.
The Fast & The Furious series is famous for fast cars, hairless men, and Tyrese Gibson comedy. But the most enduring facet of the films is their ever-changing titles.
Here are six characters that could be given their own Star Wars films, and what good and bad would come from doing so.
Come 2015's release of Episode VII, will Star Wars reign triumphant again, or will the franchise descend further into the swamp of midichlorians and ugly, ugly child actors?
Before all you Star Wars fanatics get your storm trooper tights in a bunch, remove that hot light saber from your butt and remember this is about qualitative value, not box office figures.
Sometimes a movie's terror creates a vortex of fear that spins you until the force sends you flying off into the depths of the cold, lifeless abyss. Fuckin' shit's scary.
The film "Alien" set the benchmark for science fiction horror. It's also arguably the scariest movie ever screened of any genre. But "Alien 3" was by far the shining moment.
Emma Watson said in interviews that she prefers Twilight because "it is more for girls and stuff." Similarly, Robert Pattinson lived entirely on Kellogg's Frosted Flakes to achieve his sparkly effect in Twilight.