Willem Dafoe doesn’t have to do music videos where he gets his throat cut in an office setting by a super-hot co-worker. He just likes to.
Here are some cinematic arguments for taking cold shower and keeping it in your pants, available for immediate moral lecturing on Netflix.
Willem Dafoe is excellent as a man looking for a myth in director Daniel Nettheim’s melancholy and quietly powerful eco-thriller.
Invite yourself to an American Reunion, come to the rescue of collegiate Damsels in Distress, track the elusive with The Hunter and make a deadly withdrawal at the ATM.
Pledge yourself to The Hunger Games, kick and punch your way through The Raid: Redemption, have an affair with The Deep Blue Sea and await the end of the world with 4:44 Last Day on Earth.
Meet our couple: she’s a painter, he’s an actor, they’re in love. Tomorrow at 4:44 am the world will come to an end more rapidly than the worst doomsayer could have imagined: not without warnings, but with no means of escape; there will be no survivors.
Disney’s entertaining adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ century-old novel stops at about 6.5 on the crazy scale when it should’ve gone way past 11.
Go from the Civil war to Mars with John Carter, get haunted by Silent House, freak out at the idea of adulthood with Friends with Kids and go vigilante with Seeking Justice.
Here’s a full 10-minute preview of John Carter. The Disney epic hits theaters this weekend!
Based on the book by Edgar Rice Burroughs (Tarzan), the story follows a Civil War vet who is transplanted to Mars where he discovers a lush planet whose inhabitants are barbarians. A prisoner of these creatures, he escapes and finds a princess who needs a savior along the way.
Now that the Academy Awards are over and there were once again losses that should’ve been wins, pay homage to unacknowledged greatness with a look back at some notable Oscar snubs from yesteryear.