A free downloadable commentary track to the Star Wars special George Lucas wants to suppress.
The director of the best animated movie of the year explains why kids movies are a bigger responsibility than movies made for adults.
There were 30 sequels released in 2014. Which was the best? And how far will sequels go in the future?
Unpopular remakes and sequels and indies you probably never heard of make Fred Topel’s list.
Sometimes you just gotta get back to the bare necessities of life.
Bibbs & Witney review ‘The Interview,’ ‘The Hobbit’ and every other movie coming out in December.
One of the most celebrated directors in the world describes the history of ‘Mr. Turner’ and expresses astonishment that some of his films got made at all.
Good movie? Bad movie? Doesn’t matter! These are the actors and actresses who blew our minds in 2014.
Many giggles were to be had in 2014, mostly at the hands of goofy cops, little plastic people, and numerous talking animals.
Ball tells us about the challenges of bringing The Maze Runner to life and why he changed one of the key aspects in the book.
Will the cost of production and marketing be recovered somehow?
By canceling the release of ‘The Interview,’ Sony sets a dangerous precedent. Did they learn nothing from watching their own movie?
2014 gave us a lot of wickedness. But who was the wickedest?
Beetlejuice finally gets a sequel, Orlando Bloom returns to Pirates of the Caribbean and The Walking Dead moves to Los Angeles. But are those good ideas?
You probably missed – or didn’t think too much of – these underrated genre flicks featuring lesbian zombie vampires and future alien warriors.
Fred Topel’s list of the worst films of 2014 includes acclaimed comedies, popular blockbusters and films you’ve probably never even heard of.
Witney Seibold reveals the most miserable films he had to endure in 2014.
The Riddler was a role that was perfect for the beloved slapstick comedian, but would it fit in with today’s super hero scene?
NEW UPDATE: Sony Pictures now has “no further plans” to release the controversial comedy at all.
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