Being offensive is more than just using bad language. It’s also about the way you use it.
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Today is the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the event that brought America into World War II. Here are ten movies from five countries that tell the history of the war.
Let’s run for the Chinese hills, shelter from a Japanese typhoon, break some glass, get creepy, win a raft race, and go to prison! It’s the final part of our AAAFF coverage!
Let’s get stoned, have a sex change, paint graffiti, make a Disney classic, and break some South Korean taboos! It’s part 1 of our AAAFF coverage.
In celebration of Pi Day earlier this week, we have a couple of coming of age films today – Life of Pi vs. American Pie.
Let’s look a little below the surface of the latest Coen Brothers film “Hail, Caesar!” to discover which elements are pulled from various bits of real Hollywood history and legend, as well as the films produced in Hollywood’s Golden Age.
If you can’t name a murdered Oscar winner, if you don’t know how to qualify for Olympic ping-pong, if you’ve ever wanted to work in a brothel, this list is for you.
In Six Degrees of Separation, we take two films and connect them through directors, actors, and characters using six or less connections. This edition jumps between two Oscar nominees: The Grand Budapest Hotel and American Sniper. Can you connect them in less than six?
Deserving of reevaluation, Paul Schrader’s American Gigolo (1980) has not always been a highly regarded film, but there’s more beneath its pop exterior than what meets the eye.
So, American Sniper, you’ve just scored six Oscar nominations. What are you going to do next? Oh, how about shattering a bunch of box office records?