It’s National Orgasm Day and coincidentally, this year it falls on Hump Day, so let’s celebrate with the Top 15 funniest orgasm clips from movies and TV.
“…the bruising on the actress’ wrists, knees, and ankles could be more consistent with injuries from an assault than they were from struggling to climb back on a boat.”
Is Martin McDonagh’s sophomore film the ‘best of the year’?
Now that Jack Lemon and Walter Matthau are out of the picture Hollywood needs a couple of new curmudgeons o fill the void. Enter Walken and Pacino.
Christopher Walken’s got a fever and the only cure is… more cowbell? Nope. More Batman: Arkham City, of course!
We all enjoy films that others find atrocious. Here are three films that, had they not been saved by awesome performances, would be situated at the bottom of everyone’s DVD rack.
Christopher Walken wants to tell you about the little elf man Link and his magical quest. There may also be something about keeping a friend’s watch up his ass in a P.O.W. camp…
This true-life crime drama about Cleveland mobster Danny Greene is a good story not very well told due to Jonathan Hensleigh’s scattershot direction.
Christopher Walken delivers one of his best-ever performances as Sean Penn’s ruthless criminal father in this hard-hitting ’80s thriller.
This witless and pointlessly crass crime caper starring Andy Garcia, Christopher Walken and a bunch of other actors who should know better might be the most wretched of the nihilistic ’90s Tarantino-wannabes.
A gritty, grungy and exciting look at the brief life of graffiti writer/artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, played as a mumbling genius by Jeffrey Wright.
Bruce Willis has two guns — one for each side as he walks the line between a couple of Prohibition-era gangs in Walter Hill’s mobster take on Yojimbo.
Post-Oscars it looks like the studios have some good ones for us. This week we have aliens attacking Los Angeles, a modern telling of a fairy tale, big names in a mobster flick, and horses, broadswords and pestilence.
What’s new on Netflix Instant this week and what’s worth your time. We do the legwork so you can lean back and enjoy the show.
Let’s face it — when you want your Gangster Movie fix, you want it now. Luckily, Netflix Instant has plenty of options to get your crime on — here are some of the best gangster movies you can watch, well, instantly.