20 Jan

The Most Ruthless Jimmy McGill Moments From Better Call Saul

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Few television spin-offs manage to stand alongside their original series. Often spin-offs can feel like a cash grab, and isolating just one element from the original doesn’t always work for an extended series. Expectations were at the sky’s limit for Vince Gilligan’s “Breaking Bad” follow-up, given that that series became a dominant cultural landmark, drew […]

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20 Jan

Living Legends: Tim Curry Is The Master Of Frights, Funnies, And Fishnets

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(Welcome to Living Legends, a series were we honor the titans, the geniuses, and icons who are still very much with us.) The term “living legend” is thrown around a lot. I wouldn’t go so far as to say it’s an overused term because we are living in a pretty exceptional time with so many […]

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20 Jan

Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid Ending Explained: Going Out In A Blaze Of Glory

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Everyone can remember the striking final frame of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.” It’s one immortalized in a freeze-frame shot, one that sees the charismatic bandit and his dead-shot partner facing a hail of inescapable gunfire. And although logic assures the duo, portrayed indelibly by Paul Newman and Robert Redford, don’t squirm or shoot […]

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20 Jan

You'll Be Able To Listen To The Batman Theme Music Tonight

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Some of you reading this may not know Michael Giacchino by name just yet, but you’ve definitely heard his music. The Oscar winner has become one of Hollywood’s most in-demand composers over the last two decades thanks to his work on everything from Pixar movies (yes, he’s the one who made you cry your eyes […]

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20 Jan

Fistful Of Vengeance Trailer: Iko Uwais, Lewis Tan & More Return For Wu Assassins Movie Sequel

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The world could use a little fist-flying action right now, and thankfully Netflix is set to deliver with “Fistful of Vengeance,” a new original movie will debut on the streamer just after Valentine’s Day on February 17, 2022, and which promises to pack a wallop.  “Fistful of Vengeance” is a follow-up to the Netflix supernatural martial […]

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20 Jan

The Fight For Luisa's Muscles: How Encanto Dispels The Disney Tradition

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I may be a woman in my thirties, but if you think I haven’t been scouring the internet for merchandise of Luisa from “Encanto,” y’all don’t know me very well. From the moment she appeared in the trailer, the internet exploded, expressing their immediate obsession with the “Buff Lady.” The obsession didn’t stop after “Encanto” […]

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20 Jan

The Harry Potter Trio All Thought About Quitting The Franchise

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In the words of Gilderoy Lockhart, “Fame is a fickle friend,” a sentiment that echoed in the hearts of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, the three young child actors who became famous overnight, thanks to their central roles in the “Harry Potter” franchise. Warner Bros. Pictures recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of the […]

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20 Jan

The Best Characters In Scream, Ranked

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Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s “Scream” (2022) explores many themes — elevated horror, “requels,” the entitlement that underscores modern fandoms — and it does so through its characters. This is notable, because it wasn’t a given.  The third film in Wes Craven’s seminal slasher franchise all but abandoned its protagonists for rapid-fire plot points and Creed […]

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20 Jan

A New Film Studio Is Being Built In Actual Space

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Pffft, imagine being a filmmaker trying to recreate the unforgiving conditions found in the vacuum of space through the use of models, fancy visual effects, or special aircraft simulating the effect of zero-gravity conditions. That’s pretty much how it’s always been done since the days of “2001: A Space Odyssey” and the original “Star Wars,” […]

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20 Jan

The Batman Easter Egg In Watchmen That Stayed Hidden For Years

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There was a time, long before “Justice League” when Zack Snyder’s big ensemble comic book movie was “Watchmen,” his 2009 film based on the classic graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. A gritty deconstruction of the superhero genre, “Watchmen” tears apart what it means to be an all-American superhero. And in its famous […]

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