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It’s difficult to hear Bruce Willis’ name without thinking: Die Hard; or picture Mark Paul Gosselaar as anything but 90’s sitcom heartthrob Zack Morris
By Ben Taylor.
Look back a few decades, and you’ll find a series of summer classics, from “Back to the Future” (1985) to “Top Gun”
From the inimitable Coen Brothers comes Hail, Caesar! The story follows a day in the life of Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), a Hollywood Fixer
By Emily von Hoffmann.
Who is the most ubiquitous actor or actress right now? That’s a question often answered with a feeling — Michael Fassbender
Ten years ago science fiction was the genre that everyone loved to rag on. While Star Wars was incredibly popular when released, it
By Donna Darling.
The Violators is a thought provoking British drama, set on a Northern estate, which looks at the different relationships 15 year old
By Ben Taylor.
With summer comes a familiar parade of cinematic tropes: the classic film reboot, the series that just won’t die, the ongoing, never-ending,
So, twenty years have passed since the original Independence Day battle between alien and man. Earth may have won, but the invaders haven’t completely vanquished.
With a winning combination of movie star swagger, effortless charisma and a tongue planted firmly in his cheek, Bruce Willis has been entertaining audiences
Praised by Heat magazine as “Sky 1’s finest home-grown drama ever,” The Five may be Harlan Coben’s first UK series, but the American superstar
By James Connors.
First things first, I feel I should get something off my chest.
I didn't think Finding Nemo was the greatest Disney film of
By Alison O'Brien.
Film franchises gross billions of dollars each year, and draw in millions of viewers at the box office. They engage their audiences
The Five, written by international best-selling crime fiction author Harlen Coben and coming to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on July 4th courtesy of
By Dustin Clendenen.
When the Golden Raspberry Awards (affectionately called the Razzies for short) were started in 1981 to honor the worst movies of the