Entries Tagged as 'movie'

Friday, December 9th, 2016

A Well Edited Countdown of 2016 Best Movies

Tis the season for roundups, countdowns, mashups, and all things ‘best of’ to flood across your news feeds. One of the best of the yearly roundups, when it comes to film anyway, is David Ehrlich’s (a film reviewer for Indiewire) well edited, and very well soundtracked, cut of the best movies of the year.

Thursday, December 8th, 2016

Jackie Chan Hates Karate Kids

He may have starred in the Karate Kid remake, perhaps even because of that, but that doesn’t mean Jackie Chan likes kids. In fact in this mashup trailer he HATES them, hates them so much that he uses his many years of skills to kick the crap out of them—and it’s very funny indeed.

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Why Do Marvel’s Movies Look So Ugly? This Video Essay Explains

With the Marvel Cinematic Universe Marvel have created something unprecedented in cinema—even if you’re not a big fan of the films you can’t deny that they’ve made a huge success of creating an interlinked world of crossover superheroes. However, they do have their downside, and along with the villains being a bit lame YouTube Patrick [...]

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Watch ‘Distance Between Dreams’ Trailer About Big-Wave Surfing

Coming across like some kind of real-life Bodhis from Point Break the film Distance Between Dreams is about the winter of 2015 which was an historic year for big-wave surfing. Because it was an el niño-fueled winter in the pacific it created some of the hugest waves ever seen—fortunately surfer and director Ian Walsh was [...]

Monday, November 21st, 2016

An Accent Expert Breaks Down 32 Actors’ Accents

Dialect coach Erik Singer analyzes the accents of some of Hollywood’s biggest stars and acting names and looks at just how accurate they are. Because Wired invited him to take a long, hard look at 32 actors, from the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s brilliant Truman Capote, to Kevin Costner’s dreadful robin hood.

Sunday, November 20th, 2016

Supercut of People Getting Drunk in Movies

Just like in real-life people love to get drunk in the movies—and this supercut by editor Robert Jones is certainly proof of that, as it features 70 scenes from both contemporary and classic films of people get wasted on the demon drink. And just like in real life chaos reigns, as they fall over, jump [...]

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

Ryan Reynolds Gets Interviewed By His Twin Brother Gordon

Ryan Reynolds recently won GQ’s Man of the Year award so the magazine decided to interview Ryan and then decided that the interviewee was going to be none other than his twin, Gordon. But Gordon isn’t like Ryan, instead he’s bitter, jealous, and spends the entire interview roasting his successful brother and firing insults at [...]

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

Jackie Chan Finally Gets His Oscar

It’s been 50 years in the moviemaking business, starring in over 200 movies where he’s earned his money by breaking bones and doing elaborate stunts all in the name of showbiz. So it’s about time Jackie Chan finally got his Oscar which he recently received as an honorary one at the 2016 Governors Awards.

Monday, November 7th, 2016

A Lesson in Storytelling from Back to the Future

Back to the Future, as well as being a thoroughly entertaining movie, tells a really great and intricate story. It’s a pretty solid time-travel adventure with various different characters who exist in different timelines, it makes up some convincing-sounding science, and it has plenty of laughs thrown in too.

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Watch ‘Before the Flood’ Leonardo DiCaprio’s Climate Change Documentary

Before the Flood, directed by Fisher Stevens, follows Leonardo DiCaprio over three years as he interviews people from all walks of life, both in developing and developed nations to find out what can be done to tackle the biggest threat to the planet and human life: climate change.

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Tarantino’s Cinematic Universe

Quentin Tarantino not only has a distinctive style in his movies, they also occupy a unique universe. In this video from Beyond the Frame they take a look at not only all the trunk shots, and the Red Apple cigarettes, but also the visuals and sounds—all of it goes to creating a world where everything [...]

Sunday, October 30th, 2016

Doctor Strange Diagnoses the Injuries from Civil War in New Promo Video

You might not remember Dr. Strange making an appearance in Captain America: Civil War, because he didn’t, but that doesn’t mean that the events of the film were totally ignored by Marvel’s Stephen Strange. In fact, here he is giving his diagnosis about what happened during the superhero clash.