Check out a list of some of the most memorable car chase scenes in the history of cinema.
With "Mad Max: Fury Road" available to own this week and his dual role movie "Legend" opening soon, take a look at some of Tom Hardy's films through the years.
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There are some bad actors out there, and there are the truly terrible. These actors are so bad they earn the first five spots in our Bad Acting Hall of Fame.
You probably don't find yourself rooting for criminals and outlaws in real life, but in movies anything goes. Here are five movies that had us cheering for the "bad guys."
As "We Are Your Friends" bombs at the box office this past weekend, take a look at Zac Efron's more successful roles.
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They say inspiration comes in all forms, and nowhere is that more true than Hollywood, where anything, be it toys, an amusement park ride or even a board game, can become a movie.
As "No Escape" opens in the theaters this weekend, take a look back at varied and colorful roles of Owen Wilson.
Summer is the time when movies are let off their chains and we get the movies America wants to see. And perhaps no films capture that summer movie feeling more than these five classics.
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Before you head to the theater to see "Hitman: Agent 47," find out what our critic thought of the film.
Find out what our reviewer thought of "Magic Mike XXL" before you head to the theater.
Before you head to the theater to see "Jurassic World," find out what our critic thought of the film.
No matter what critics say, the makers of this summer's crop of superhero movies can rest assured their movies are at least better than these five…
As "Avengers: The Age of Ultron" opens in theaters May 1, take a look at some of the best ever superhero movies.
Find out what our reviewer thought of "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Find out why our reviewer warns you not to get caught up in the hype surrounding "The Interview."
Find out how the film version of "Into the Woods" differs from the theatrical version.
Before you head to the theaters check out what our movie reviewer thought of "The Gambler."
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"Big Hero 6" will entertain the whole family.
Christopher Nolan's complicated "Interstellar" should delight audiences.
“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” will entertain the kids, but might leave mom and dad looking for more.
Michael Keaton stars in "Birdman," a movie that is already getting some awards buzz.
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The pacing of the movie "Gone Girl" will either have you hanging on the edge of your seat or checking your watch to see how much longer you'll have…
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Find out what our movie critic thought of Ned Benson’s “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" before you head to the theater.
Great acting carries "Get On Up." Check out the review before you head to the theater.
There are so many layers to “A Most Wanted Man,” but primary among them is that the movie would be Philip Seymour Hoffman's final screen performance.
Find out what our reviewer thought of "Lucy" before you head to the theater.
Find out why our reviewer thinks Melissa McCarthy's "Tammy" is a dud.
Acclaimed actress Chloë Grace Moretz talks about tackling yet another movie genre with her role in the teen drama "If I Stay."
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"The Giver" stars Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush talk about their roles in the big-screen adaptation of the classic novel.
Acclaimed actor Michael Rooker talks about playing the bad and good in his new film, Marvel Studio's "Guardians of the Galaxy."
"Guardians of the Galaxy" star Dave Bautista talks about the complexities of his character, Drax the Destroyer, in the new Marvel superhero action…
Oscar-winning actress Kathy Bates talks about working with Melissa McCarthy and more on the new comedy "Tammy."
"Jersey Boys" stars John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen and Michael Lomenda talk about working with director Clint Eastwood on the music biopic about…
Cynthia Robinson, whose brassy, forthright trumpet lit up Sly and the Family Stone songs such as "Dance to the Music," "Life" and "Hot Fun in the Summertime," died Monday, the band's publicist confirmed. She was 71.
Leave it to Bill Murray to crash a bachelor party in South Carolina.
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