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Top 10 Samuel L. Jackson Movie Moments (video)

Who on this godforsaken planet doesn’t love Samuel L. Jackson ? I would list all his movies to prove a point, but the man’s name does it for himself. He doesn’t need me to prove why he’s awesome. The master of the word “f@ck”, the man is an icon beyond all compare, influencing generations of viewers. We here at JoBlo honor the man today by doing the...
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04.06.2017
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The JoBlo Movie Show Podcast: Silence, Nocturnal Animals, Fox Marvel slate

Select your listening preference below: *The following podcast is Rated F for Foul Language* Welcome to the JoBlo Movie Show Podcast! Join hosts Paul Shirey (Editor-in-Chief, JoBlo.com), Chris Bumbray (JoBlo.com film critic), and Sean Wist (JoBlo.com news/video editor) as they discuss all the latest and greatest (and not so greatest) things about film and...
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12.01.2016
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Binge Watchin' TV Review: Miami Vice

Welcome to Binge Watchin,’ where we take a look at some of the best TV shows available on streaming or disc that have a great catalogue of seasons to jump into and get sucked into the beautiful bliss of binge watching! From crime, action, comedy, drama, animation, etc., we’ll be evaluating an assortment of shows that will hopefully serve as a gateway to your next binge experience....
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10.11.2016
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Will Smith amends his story about turning down Django Unchained once more

Sometimes you need to let things go. Even when you realize you probably made a horrible mistake and your mind is full of regret, you have to keep looking forward. Looking to the past only leads to making up excuses for why you screwed up so badly, unless you're willing to be perfectly honest about the reasons for your choices. Will Smith is not, which is why he keeps getting...
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11.23.2015
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Review: Alex of Venice

PLOT: Alex ( Mary Elizabeth Winstead ) is a young lawyer with a thriving career whose husband George ( Chris Messina ) stays home to take care of their son Dakota (Skylar Gaertner) and her middle-aged actor father ( Don Johnson ). When George walks out on the family, Alex is forced to rely on her father and irresponsible sister Lily (Katie Nehra) for help, while also trying to...
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04.14.2015
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The Good, The Bad and The Badass: Don Johnson

Last week , we took at look at the career of action-star Jason Statham . This week's actor is veteran action hero who – on the small screen – played one of the coolest cops of all time and has remained an enduring Hollywood badass... Don Johnson I've been a fan of Don Johnson 's ever since seeing re-reruns of Miami Vice on Spike TV in...
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04.12.2015
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Cool Videos: Supercut of every death in Quentin Tarantino's movies

Quentin Tarantino sure knows how to kill people. From RESERVOIR DOGS to DJANGO UNCHAINED, each film is filled with people getting shot, hacked up with swords, and other unpleasant ways to die. Not that there really is a good way to kick the bucket, but you get my point. Jaume R. Lloret has created a very fun supercut of every death in Quentin Tarantino 's films, and although...
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08.20.2014
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Awfully Good: Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star

Jason Segal and Cameron Diaz aren't the only amateurs who've had sex on tape… Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star (2011) Director: Tom Brady Stars: Nick Swardson, Christina Ricci, Don Johnson The touching story of a man whose big heart overcame his micropenis to become the world's biggest adult film star. BUCKY LARSON: BORN TO BE A...
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07.16.2014
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Quentin Tarantino co-writing a comic book that teams Django with Zorro

Quentin Tarantino has never made a sequel before. Sure, there was the planned VEGA BROTHERS movie that would have united John Travolta and Michael Madsen 's characters from PULP FICTION and RESERVOIR DOGS, but that never happened. Technically, KILL BILL is one movie despite being released as two. But, until the hypothetical KILL BILL 3 gets made, the upcoming DJANGO/ZORRO may be...
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06.18.2014
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Tarantino to release 4-hour Django Unchained mini-series?

The Cannes film festival is home to all sorts of weird and cool news ( how about that EXPENDABLES 3 convoy ?). Quentin Tarantino dropped some ideas on a theater audience about possibly editing together a 4-hour cut of DJANGO UNCHAINED. Furthermore, his plans for presenting this extended version of Django would be a little bit different. Here's what Tarantino had to say:...
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05.23.2014
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Review: Cold in July

NOTE: This review originally ran as part of our SUNDANCE 2014 coverage. PLOT: A small-town Texas family man ( Michael C. Hall ) kills an intruder and has to contend with the dead man's vengeful father ( Sam Shepard )- although all is not as it seems... REVIEW: When the first 2014 Sundance titles were announced, COLD IN JULY seemed particularly interesting....
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05.23.2014
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C'mon Hollywood: Make The Hateful Eight anyway, Tarantino!

There’s really nothing quite like a Quentin Tarantino script, is there? Sure, there are great scripts out there, probably better than any of his, but there’s something distinct, flavorful, and exciting about his writing that creates a stir of exhilaration unlike any other screenwriter working today. Now, I know some people have soured on Tarantino throughout the years, be...
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02.25.2014
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