Tom Cruise is back on the market, but if his history holds he won’t be there for long. What better way to celebrate Tom Cruise’s 50th birthday than ranking the likelihood of his bedding a variety of 20-somethings?
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With the not-so-shocking news of of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ divorce, it’s time for his sham of pretending to be a straight dude with a gorgeous lady on his arm every time he walks on the red carpet needs to come to a crashing halt. You’re gay, Tom. Man up!
It’s the holiday season, and with it (hopefully) comes vacation days during which you can go sledding, skiing or just stay at home and drink too much eggnog while watching Netflix. If you opt for the latter (and we certainly are), here are twenty movies that’ll fill you with the holiday spirit when the weather outside is frightful.
The holiday movie season (more or less) officially begins with A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, Tower Heist, Killing Bono and The Son of No One.
Horrible little beasties whisper and wreck havoc in producer Guillermo del Toro’s terrifically scary haunted house yarn.
The penultimate weekend of the summer movie season brings us Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Our Idiot Brother, Columbiana and The Family Tree.
Celebrate the Fourth of July by setting off some cinematic fireworks with these movies that give a hearty salute the Red, White and Blue.
Banksy’s “documentary”, two drunk out-of-work actors trying to survive in the country, Kevin Kline as a male escort, a Shakespearean take on vampires, the epic tale of a big green monster and a seedy look at London’s underworld make up this week’s best releases on Netflix Instant.
This week’s new movies include Resident Evil: Afterlife, The Virginity Hit, I’m Still Here and more.
Huge week for new movies, including the hilarious Dinner for Schmucks plus more.