Tag Archives: Sweet Movies


It’s rather surprising how many movie posters look exactly the same, and how many give moviegoers a sense of Déjà vu.


Here are 5 screen gangsters you can’t help but fall in love with, despite the many reasons why you shouldn’t…


Django Unchained is poised to be a big hit for Tarantino, already reveling in big bucks and good reviews.


This is an awesome movie video game character video game mashup!


In the same vein of earlier creative gaming fans, here are some home-brew games that not only catch the attention of retro game lovers, but current movie and television show fanatics. If only these were real games!


This post is centered around the caped crusader, plus lots of pictures.


Tom Jane returns as Frank Castle, the man most known as The Punisher.


A funny World of Warcraft promo, cool tech, and a great read on Blade Runner tech. Also: Potpurri – It’s pronounced “poe-pour-e”.


We preview the upcoming Dredd, a reboot / remake of the Judge Dredd franchise that aims to be more serious and focused than the adaptation from 1995.


Liam Neeson is back in the sequel to an awesome and awe-inspiring movie about a retired CIA agent’s quest to find his daughter. Like The Bourne Identity where Jason Bourne grows up and has a family.


Here are a few films whose directors passed over color and decided black and white would be a much more fitting color scheme for the tone and overall reception and impact of their piece.


Here are six soundtracks that bring emotion and connectivity to their respective films and enhance their film’s success to the infinite degree.


It wasn’t so long ago that a single year could produce more than one film that could be put on a shelf amongst the greats. The most recent example is 2007, with “No Country for Old Men” and “There Will Be Blood” standing proud as prime exhibits of creative force and the possibilities of a year in film that shines a light on more than one masterpiece. But even these seemed two amongst thousands in an otherwise standard year.


Set in the mid 19th century, “13 Assassins” follows a group of samurai warriors, a title which itself is fading in respect and necessity, who attempt to kill a sadistic Lord Naritsugu before he has a chance to take the throne and plunge the country into violence, death and despair. After Naritsugu ruthlessly kills innocent citizens, even taking to rape and dismemberment, Shinzaemon, a man well practiced in the fleeting way of the samurai, is brought in to council and eventually lead the small rebellion against the Lord’s tyrannical rule.


Torrid, emotionally enlightening and voraciously realistic, “Blue Valentine” thrives on life and creates an in-depth and profoundly enveloping portrait of a young, contemporary couple portrayed by the enigmatic Ryan Gosling and the always unraveling and talented Michelle Williams.


With the rate that films enter and exit a theater, it comes as no surprise that a good film will often go unrecognized. Such was the case with “Cedar Rapids” a slow burner of a film that starts methodically but slowly and relentlessly builds into a raucous and hilarious ride through the titular city.


We’re back once again to make sure that you’ll never again be the only person in your group who totally did not catch that film reference. Wait, that was a film reference?


British films have become something of a sleeper hit here in America.


We present the ultimate guide to trading movies to watch with your woman – a chart that can tell you exactly what you have to sit through in order to make her watch one of your favorite movies.


Using the help of three major fans, the Muppets must reunite in order to save their studio from a greedy oil tycoon.

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