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For those yet to wallow in the mire that is "The Room," the film defies nearly every convention of filmmaking, storytelling, logic, and human speech. How in the hell was it made?
Click Your Heels and Put on Your 3D Glasses: 5 Fun Facts to Prepare You for “The Wizard of Oz” in IMAX
For one week starting this Friday, Dorothy, Toto, the Cowardly Lion, et al. return to the big screen--this time in IMAX 3D format.
The contradiction, at once ironic and grand, of Malcolm X is that it’s a thoroughly old-fashioned studio biopic made by indie maverick Spike Lee about an African-American radical living in a time during which everything felt revolutionary.
Wong Kar-wai's Hong Kong exists outside years, with blazing bullet trains departing and arriving not just spatial stations but temporal ones, and emerges as a character unto itself.
This is one of those strange movies where the stars happened to align, even if in the form of a corpse among the constellations.
Since we don't know of any laundromats, El Pollo Loco franchises, or underground meth labs hosting viewing parties for the Breaking Bad finale, we'll take what we can get.
A cowboy-besotted Italian, Sergio Leone created the West of his imagination, which in the case of this picture is some fantasia of Monument Valley blended with Spain.
Syfy has announced Sharknado 2 will air on the cable channel in 2014.
The summer's unqualified movie hit—if you measure by social media buzz—is 'Sharknado,' a goofy action flick starring Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and a tornado full of sharks.
This picture was shot in the crazed depths of the Amazon where, the Method running amok, everyone seemed to go as crazy as the movie’s band of 16th-century conquistadors pursuing El Dorado.