A glossy badass martial arts extravaganza provides surprisingly common ground between the generations and the sexes.
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Looking for an older horror to watch with the old man? Blogger Luke Winston has just the thing!
This is a great movie to watch with your dad, because it makes fun of the other movies you’ve watched with him.
Because nothing says “loving paternal connection” like a surly character actor being forced to learn parkour at gunpoint by a white guy pretending to be Korean.
If you could watch only 100 movies for the rest of your life, how would you choose? Our bloggers face some tough decisions in this week’s Q&A.
With Batman and Superman at each other’s throats in a new crossover, we suggest who the next five “versus” movies should be about.
When’s the last time you sat down to watch a movie with dear old Dad? Next time you get the opportunity, there may be no better choice than the third Indiana Jones film.
SPECTRE reimagined Bond’s archnemesis and made us rethink the way we watch 007. Our suggested viewing order fixes continuity problems old and new.
There’s more than one way to watch a movie… Here are the best ways to watch, according to our bloggers.
If you want to understand martial arts in today’s popular culture, look no further than Bruce Lee and Enter the Dragon. That’s why this is a special combo post: a Movie to Watch With Your Dad Before You Die.