Two tales of human nature divided by 50 years clash in this Reel Rumble. Who comes out on top when The Big Lebowski rolls into town to face The Treasure of the Sierra Madre? All the Dude knows is he doesn’t need no stinking badges.
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The famous early movie is packed with plot from the start of minute one to the end of minute one. It is cinema’s first trilogy, and features what may be moviedom’s first-ever plot hole.
Ethan Hawke tells us he is considering quitting acting. Can an 87-year-old classical pianist help him decide?
Life is a Cabaret, old chum, so let’s compare the movie and stage versions of this classic musical.
Our very own Jeff Lombardi takes a look at five movies that feature the double threat of Nazi zombies.
The first of the legendary Qatsi movies warns against the artificiality of modern life, but soars by the grace of a modern, synthesized score.
As the world remembers the legacy of Mr. Spock, we take a look at two of Leonard Nimoy’s greatest contributions to Star Trek: the two films he directed for the franchise.
If Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the “better” film, and John Wick is your “favorite” film, which do you choose?
It’s a battle of the French in this Reel Rumble between “The Passion of the Joan of Arc” and “The Wages of Fear”. Which classic of French Cinema is the superior film? Read here to find out.
The new movie musical The Last Five Years is based on a 2002 stage show with a wide cult following. Find out how the film measures up to the stage version!