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A movie speech can affect you in many different ways, and these are the best movie speeches for when you need motivation to change the world (or just your own life).
If you think watching Disney’s Aladdin will teach your kids great life lessons, think again. Read on to discover the absolute worst life lessons Aladdin holds for kids.
It’s Winnie the Pooh Day and a perfect time to celebrate the simple yet powerful words of our favorite Pooh bear with the best Winnie the Pooh quotes.
A Ghostbusters sequel, or third film in the Ghostbusters franchise, is great if it has the original cast on board. Otherwise, we may as well ignore it.
The MCU and DC Universe are great, but more standalone superhero movies like Joker would be a welcome shakeup to the superhero genre.
You may look great on the outside but once you see how old your favorite classic Disney animated movie is, you may need a support group. I’m here for you.
From Bottle Rocket to Isle of Dogs, Auteur director Wes Anderson’s style is consistent, and the lingering theme of communication (or lack thereof) is in every film he makes.
A Best Director Oscar nomination isn’t easy to nab, especially for these 28 great, auteur-like directors who deserved it at least once. For one, 2019 may be his year.
The movies nominated for the major categories at the Oscars aren’t necessarily the best-reviewed movies of 2018. Here are the 2018 films Oscar will likely overlook.
Here’s the list of every movie and TV show releasing on Hulu in January 2019, Plus, suggestions on what to watch.
Coulrophobia is a fear of clowns and for many, scary clown movies are the cause. Here are five movies with scary clowns that can give you coulrophobia or just scare you to death.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s satire and parody Team America: World Police has aged but you won’t notice. It remains great, songs and all.
Escape rooms can be great or a total nightmare. Here are nine circumstances in which real people went to an escape room and had a horrifying experience.
M. Night Shyamalan surprised everyone with Split as a semi-sequel to Unbreakable. Here’s a look at the films’ connections, twists and what to expect with Glass.
All of the nominees for 2019 Golden Globes in acting are in great movies, but what they’ve done before is worth a watch, too. Here’s a list to get you started.
Horror movies are packed full of helpful advice, but they also have valuable life lessons you can apply to your daily reality. Here’s seven of the best.
FilmFracture’s resident horror geek James Jay Edwards picks the best, most fearsome and frightful horror movies of 2018.
With 34 films and multiple franchises, DreamWorks Animation has plenty of movies to choose favorites from. These are the best DreamWorks movies to date.
If their movies don’t do well at the box office, stars may be labeled Box Office Poison. But some make a comeback.
It’s time to hit the books in preparation for the 18 book-to-movie adaptations hitting theaters in 2019. What will you read first?
It’s not entirely Michael Bay’s fault that the Transformers movie franchise is terrible. Who is to blame? You won’t like the answer.
Green Book, Blackkklansman, Teen Titans Go! To The Movies — they’re all great 2018 movies but Avengers: Infinity War is the most unforgettable.
There are plenty of superhero movies in 2019 but there’s a lot of other movies, too, that you need to see. Mark your calendar now for these 2019 movie releases.
These aren’t the best or worst movies of 2018, but for one reason or another, I can’t get them out of my mind.
There’s no stopping Disney at the box office in 2019. It will have the biggest box office with Avengers: Endgame, Frozen 2, and more.
The disrespect and ignorance in Sex and the City 2 is shameful, but after years as a nomad, I can relate to Samantha’s condemnation of culture.
The 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees have done more than make great music, they’ve contributed some of the best songs in movies.
The movies with the biggest box office gross in 2018 should be the best movies of the year. That’s not the case.
To honor David Bowie’s bulge in ‘Labyrinth,’ here are the best codpieces to ever grace the silver screen (and crotches).
An animated feature that is much more than a candy-coated sequel; Ralph Breaks the Internet is a lesson in relationships.
Drawing inspiration from some of the best and most memorable movies, movie-themed beers exist to quench your thirst and complement your screen time.
The Mary Poppins Returns soundtrack, featuring 27 tracks, has nine brand-new songs that were created to advance the plot and enhance the characters, as it should be in a musical.
Here are all of the superhero movies releasing in 2019.Mark your “superhero movies coming soon” calendar now so you don’t miss a single release.
The first superhero film isn’t likely what you expect, and the influence it has had will surprise you.
Here’s what you need to know about what really happened before production, during filming, and after ‘Casablanca’ hit the big screen in 1942.
Love book to movie adaptations? Addicted to the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar category? Here are eight books you need to read before 2018 ends (and the Oscar race begins).
Here are six gifts for cinephiles that require little effort with the potential for massive hugs. Unless you’re not a hugger, then expect a tremendous thank you (emoji optional).
Hunter Killer may seem like a stretch to be a film full of morality and positive messages that can influence, but it actually makes great sense.
Jurassic Park movies always deliver when it comes to dinosaurs; here are the seven most terrifying.
The catsuit is one of the sexiest and fiercest costumes a female character can wear on screen. Here are the best in film history.
The #MeToo movement and Time’s Up initiative continue to impact the entertainment industry, and many movies and TV shows have now become off limits. That’s not right.
Here’s a look at the most inventive King Kong movies, and how they brought him to life with visual effects.
Documentary filmmaker and self-described “political junkie” James D. Stern (Every Little Step, Sport in America: Our Defining Stories) decided at the beginning of Trump’s campaign that he wanted to know why anyone would vote for the man. He got his answers and shares them in American Chaos.
With all of the reboots and remakes plaguing cinema today, The Predator stands out as being refreshing for not trying to live up to or recreate what can’t (and should not) be. It stands on its own as a new storyline to follow that understands where it came from, but isn’t interested in going back. And we shouldn’t want it to.
Eating Animals is a sympathetic view towards slaughter, condemning the faceless factory farming system while humanizing the individual farmers.
Kane Hodder claims that he has murdered more people on film than any other actor in history. As a horror movie icon who has played both Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees and Hatchet’s Victor Crowley four times each, he is probably correct. But even if he isn’t, no one is going to argue with him.
As a documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? is relatively safe, and that’s its only flaw. It’s still difficult to think of a bad thing to say about it.
Fans of Stanley Kubrick’s later movies, basically those from Barry Lyndon on, are going to love FIlmworker and its behind-the-scenes accounts.
Pope Francis: A Man of His Word is not a political movie. Nor is it a religious movie. It’s a personal look at a man who is trying to be the best person he can be. He just happens to be shaking the world up while he’s at it.
There is plenty of fun, non-politicized moments in RBG that humanize the icon that has become known to her supporters as “The Notorious RBG.”