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Exclusive: Oscar "Best Picture" Retrospective - 1990

In this new series we take a look at the Oscar nominations of years past, examining the flicks that were nominated, as well as the pic we feel got snubbed among all the other candidates. Love 'em or hate 'em, the Oscars usually highlight the best films from each year (although there are plenty that get overlooked) and it's always fun to look back and see what was popular for...
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08.04.2015
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Top 10 Most Patriotic Movies of All Time (Video Edition)

Today is America's birthday and as we all enjoy barbeques, fireworks, alcohol, and more it is also the perfect time for a good movie. So, if you want to sit back with a cold beer and gather your family around to watch a movie that will stir your red, white, and blue blood, here is the list for you. Whether they be about sports, war, family, love, honor, or good old fashioned science fiction,...
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07.04.2014
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Watch List: Catch these movies on Netflix before they expire on January 1st

For those of you with a little time off for the holidays, you might want to catch up with some movies on Netflix before returning to the real world. Thanks to Vulture, we have a list of films that will be expiring on January 1st. There's a lot of good ones here so you might want to spend the weekend vegging out before these titles disappear. Here's something important to note:...
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12.27.2013
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Face-Off: Willem Dafoe vs. Woody Harrelson

Our special Thanksgiving edition of the Face-Off last week featured ANY GIVEN SUNDAY hitting the field with THE LONGEST YARD (1974) with the Oliver Stone opus winning the big game. Scott Cooper’s second directorial effort OUT OF THE FURNACE opens tomorrow and so we figured we’d throw a couple of great actors from his film into our ring: Willem Dafoe and Woody Harrelson. I didn’t...
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12.05.2013
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The Ten Spot: Our Favorite Tom Cruise Performances

This weekend sees the release of Tom Cruise’s latest extravaganza, OBLIVION, a film many of us have been looking forward to ever since that awesome trailer came out in December. Just a few short months ago, Cruise’s JACK REACHER- which for my money was just an OK Cruise pic- did so-so business in North America, but was a huge hit overseas (to the tune of 200 million). What does this prove? Only...
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04.15.2013
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