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Star Wars fans call Last Jedi 'dreadful', 'disappointing' | Daily Mail Online

Some are pointing the finger at director Rian Johnson for what they perceive to be the movie's shortcomings, while others target Disney that bought LucasFilm in 2014.

History | History

"Darkest Hour' - Churchill’s powerful ‘fight on the beaches’ speech: The words few people actually heard

As the 'Darkest Hour' debuts in movie theaters, the strange story of how people finally got to listen to Churchill deliver one of history's most stirring speeches.

Entertainment | Entertainment

20 Best World War 2 Movies of All Time - Top WW2 Films Ever Made

From war-torn romances to bloody battles, these are the best films that depict the horrors of World War 2—and the humanity at the center of the conflicts

Entertainment | Entertainment

The 'Star Wars' Han Solo movie now has an official name

Star Wars' cinematic universe tale focused on young Han Solo has a name, and we found out thanks to director Ron Howard, who announced it using a placard in a video shared on Twitter. It follows the "A Star Wars Story" model set by Rogue One, th

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Do not be afraid of Blade Runner 2049’s 3-hour runtime

Blade Runner 2049 is a very good film. It is also, we should remember, nearly three hours long. Those 164 minutes are a visually stunning exploration of a finely realized, deeply melancholy future America, sure, but they’re also 74 minutes longer than t

Entertainment | Star Wars

Here's your full-length 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' trailer

The next Star Wars film won't hit theaters until December 15th, but there's a new trailer that just aired during Monday Night Football. Star Wars: The Last Jedi...

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Harry Dean Stanton: 10 Essential Movies | Rolling Stone

From 'Alien' to 'Twin Peaks' – our picks for the late character actor's greatest onscreen moments

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

TCM Diary: Elvis, The Actor

The wonder of you: the king of rock ‘n’ roll knew that his talent lay in being himself, shining even in formulaic vehicles

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'Wonder Woman 2' will reportedly pick up decades after 'Wonder Woman'

The 'Wonder Woman' sequel is rumored to be set in the 1980s, with Diana getting caught up in the Cold War.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

The 30 Best Superhero Movies Since Blade

Wesley Snipes’s vampire swordsman started a revolution that hasn’t slowed down since, and that put Marvel and DC Comics characters in the spotlight.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Roger Waters’ Jewish Problem Catches Eye of Award-Winning Filmmaker

His so-called activism will be the subject of a new documentary.

Entertainment | Entertainment

People Are Sharing Photos of Real-Life Places That Belong in a Wes Anderson Film

Director Wes Anderson has a specific style to his films. One subreddit finds places around the work with a Wes Anderson look, and the results are whimsical.

Entertainment | Star Wars

'Star Wars': Everything you never knew about Darth Vader

Fans are two issues in on the new 2017 run of Marvel Comics' "Darth Vader," the books that fill in the backstory of everyone's favorite Jedi-turned-Sith Lord. In last year's Marvel run (25 issues in all), we learned all about what was going on w

Entertainment | Star Wars

The ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Trailer Is Here! ‘It’s Time for the Jedi to End’

After months of waiting and feverish speculation about singular or plural “Jedi,” we finally have our first look at Star Wars: Episode VIII — The Last Jedi.

Entertainment | Film

Ridley Scott’s bringing the Battle of Britain to the big screen · Newswire · The A.V. Club

rhaps wanting to remind the public of the role his homeland played in ending World War II, Ridley Scott is planning to direct a movie about the Battle of Britain.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Alien alternate ending would have killed Ripley

You think Alien is a scary movie? Check out the ending Ridley Scott wanted to end his 1979 classic with.

Visual Arts | Art & Design

Iconic ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ bedroom scene recreated in new installation

This one’s for all sci-fi lovers out there: Now you can now live out the ending scene of 2001: A Space Odyssey in a new Los Angeles exhibition that recreates the film’s iconic bedroom.

Entertainment | Film

High Fidelity captured the snob’s—and the soundtrack’s—waning powers

“What really matters is what you like, not what you are like,” John Cusack’s Rob Gordon declares midway through High Fidelity, an admission the obsessive, self-obsessed record collector preemptively defends with, “Call me shallow, but it’s the f

Entertainment | Star Wars

'Rogue One' Alternate Ending Revealed: The Lifesaving Escape That Almost Was...

Once there was a way to get back home — at least for Jyn Erso and Cassian Andor

Visual Arts | Photography

Take up film photography in the digital age

Digital cameras may be easier to use, but many hobbyists still enjoy taking photos on film. Find out how, and why, you might want to try shooting on film.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Watch Jeff Bridges Revive ‘Big Lebowski’ Character ‘The Dude’ at John Goodman’s Walk of Fame Ceremony

Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski was brought back to life on Hollywood Boulevard, but this time, he was the one who delivered a eulogy for a friend, and it ended with “Good afternoon, …

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

TCM's Ben Mankiewicz Remembers Robert Osborne: "The Signature Face of a Network Unlike Any Other" | Hollywood

"What made TCM stand out? The answer isn't hard. It's Robert Osborne," the Turner Classic Movies host writes of the man who put the network on the map.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Robert Osborne dies at 84; genial student of films hosted Turner Classic Movies - LA Times

Robert Osborne, who displayed an encyclopedic knowledge — and love — of films and film history as the primary host of Turner Classic Movies, has died in New York, the network said Monday.

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The co-writer of Die Hard finally cleared up a major plot hole

It’s been 29 years since Die Hard exploded into theaters, inspiring any number of arguments about whether it counts as a Christmas movie, plus a whole genre of “Die Hard, but on a _______” action films. Now, the film’s co-screenwriter, Steven E. D

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Watch: New Trailer for ‘Alien: Covenant’ Features Terrifying Xenomorph Attack

Fox has released a horrifying new trailer for Ridley Scott’s “Alien: Covenant,” featuring an attack from its trademark acid-dripping monsters. The trailer begins idyllically as the titular spaceship Covenant winds up on a planet that looks perfect f

Music | Vinyl Records!

Long Play: Analogue photos that capture the essence of record culture

Photographer Arne Reimer has spent over ten years capturing the essence of vinyl culture on analogue film for new photo book, Long Play.

Entertainment | Entertainment

‘Logan’: 5 Things to Know About X-23

Hugh Jackman plays Wolverine one final time in 'Logan', but the film also marks the debut of X-23. Here's what you need to know about the character.

Entertainment | Star Wars

‘The Last Jedi’ Will Make ‘Return of the Jedi’ Meaningless

If 'The Last Jedi' is what its title implies, then Luke might just as well have gotten a job selling power converters at Tosche Station.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Transformers: The Last Knight Super Bowl Preview Trailer Released

This morning, Michael Bay has released the first thirty seconds of a 55-second spot which will air during the Super Bowl on Sunday.The ad was released in conjunction with a new synopsis, some new key art (seen below), and a statement from Bay on the creat

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Bullets, badasses, and babies: John Woo’s masterful pistol opera has it all

Taste is subjective and all, but if you have a top-five action-movies list and Hard Boiled isn’t on it, your top five ain’t shit.

Entertainment | Star Wars

The Star Wars Death Star trench isn't where you think it is

Prepare to have your Star Wars mind blown. The actual location of the famous trench run in "A New Hope" isn't as obvious as almost everyone thinks.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Oscar nominations' biggest snubs and surprises: 'Dory,' Meryl and Mel - LA Times

Update on 'The 2017 Academy Award nominations live: The snubs, surprises and what happened to Scorsese?'

Entertainment | Star Wars

'Star Wars: Episode VIII' Has a Title and a Poster!

Mark Hamill in The Force Awakens. Disney has just announced that the next installment of the Star Wars saga (in theaters on Dec. 15) will be called Star Wars: The Last Jedi.  See the first official poster below. A sequel to the 2015 blockbuster Star

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Best Mystery Movies on Netflix Right Now - Thrillist

Full of unexpected twists and turns, movies like "Oldboy," "Lucky Number Slevin," "The Interview," and "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" series satisfy your mystery fix.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

33 Movies We Will Absolutely See This Year - Thrillist

"Fast & Furious," "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Transformers," and "Spider-Man" all make our blockbuster-sized 2017 preview.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

The 10 Movies We're Most Looking Forward To in 2017 | WIRED

Looks like it's going to be another big year for superheroes and space flicks. (Surprise!)

Entertainment | Star Wars

One Sneaky Way Star Wars: A New Hope May Tie Into Rogue One

We're not sure if this is accidental, or if there is some sort of witchcraft going on here, but Rogue One: A Star Wars Story may have a rather interesting connection to A New Hope that we've never thought about before. Read on to see just what may have ha

Entertainment | Entertain Me

With Total Recall, Schwarzenegger got to blow things up and blow minds

One of the finest, most excessive examples of ’80s action-movie excess didn’t come out until 1990.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Union Station Will Host Free Screenings Of Film Noir Classics

Metro Art and the Film Noir Foundation are joining forces to present three classic film screenings at Union Station. The hook is that at least a portion of each film was shot inside the building.

Music | Music

Eight Days A Week: how Ron Howard brought the Beatles back to life | Film | The Guardian

Howard’s new film captures the sweat, screams and cultural significance of the band’s touring years. He explains why the Fab Four still fascinates him

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Clint Eastwood said what? The limits of reading politics in art

Despite having one of the longest and most distinguished careers of anyone in Hollywood (especially if you consider both his acting and directing gigs), Clint Eastwood has lately been discussed for two things that have nothing to do with movies. One is hi

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Read This: Are these the best films of the 21st century?

If there’s one thing that pop culture obsessives love doing, it’s making lists. If there’s another thing they love doing, it’s dissecting and arguing about a list made by another pop culture obsessive. What was included? What was overlooked? What

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Jared Leto Joins ‘Blade Runner’ Sequel

Jared Leto has rounded out cast of Alcon’s “Blade Runner” sequel. The pic stars Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling. Details of Leto’s character are being kept under wraps. Robin…

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2016 Fall Movie Preview: 17 Blockbusters and Popcorn Offerings To Check Out This Season

Looking for a fall movie with some blockbuster flair and popcorn appeal? We’ve got you covered.

Entertainment | Trailers, Videos & Clips

Watchmen Gets An Honest Trailer

The folks over at Screen Junkies have crafted an Honest Trailer for Watchmen, which...well, it's [...]

Music | Music

Beatles’ Hollywood Bowl Live Album to Drop in Time for Ron Howard Doc | Den of Geek

The Beatles new album, Live At The Hollywood Bowl, hits shelves on September 9.

Politics | POLITICS

How Political Ads Sway Our Emotions Using Classic Filmmaking Techniques | Mental Floss

The "montage" is a century-old technique that's beloved by film directors, and presidential hopefuls.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

10 Fast Facts About 'Logan's Run' | Mental Floss

In the sci-fi classic Logan's Run—which was released 40 years ago today—the human population lives under a domed city near Washington D.C. in the year 2274. The utopian setting becomes dystopian once we discover that people are terminated as soon as they turn 30 years old.

Entertainment | Entertainment

10 Inappropriate 80s Movies Our Parents Let Us Watch

It’s amazing what used to pass under the radar back in the 80s. The PG-13 rating was new and writers were subtle back then, so they managed to sneak a lot of risqué snippets into movies that were seemingly ay for the kids to watch. Here are some su

Entertainment | Entertain Me

‘Death Wish’ Remake: Eli Roth Set To Direct Bruce Willis | Deadline

Eli Roth is set to direct Death Wish, the remake of the 1974 hit with Bruce Willis as the reluctant vigilante played by Charles Bronson.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

15 Fascinating Facts About ‘Saving Private Ryan’

It was up to eight men to save the life of one. Here are 15 things you may not have known about Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning World War II drama, Saving Private Ryan.
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Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

The Pragmatic Rebellion of Roger Corman’s The Trip - Musings - Oscilloscope Labs

The Pragmatic Rebellion of Roger Corman’s The Trip by Jessica Ritchey Pre-production for a movie rarely involves dropping acid, yet in the spirit of due diligence, producer/director Roger Corman spent...

Entertainment | Miscellaneous Disney

How World War II Changed Walt Disney | TIME

How two crises— a crippling strike and the Second World War— changed the Disney studio (and Walt himself) forever

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Scary Good - Top Horror Movies From The Past 25 Years

We've got all you need if you love horror movies and television, from galleries, image lists, videos, interviews, infographics, and more.

Entertainment | Entertainment

8 More Reasons To Drop Everything and Head to the LA Film Festival - Film Independent

So you may be asking yourself: now that the 2016 LA Film Festival has dropped its amazing slate of Opening Night, Buzz, Limelight and competition category

Entertainment | Entertain Me

‘Magnificent Seven’ Photos: Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt in Remake | Variety

Fans finally got the first look at Antoine Fuqua's "Magnificent Seven" remake starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Things You Didn't Know About The Terminator Movies (Page 2)

When it comes to film franchises, Terminator is one of the best. From the original, all the way through to Terminator Genysis, action film fans can't get (Page 2)

Humor | Funny movie scenes

Night on Earth - Rome (Roberto Benigni)

Taxi ride in Rome from: Night On Earth (1991) by: Jim Jarmusch Roberto Benigni as Gino (taxi driver) Paolo Bonacelli as Priest (passenger) music: Tom Waits

History | History

This Short Film Brings Historical Photos To Life

By animating historical photographs from the early 1900s, artist Alexey Zakharov offers a new way to see history.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Doris Day Celebrates 92nd Birthday, Poses in Never-Before-Seen Photo - ABC News

Legendary actress and songstress Doris Day celebrated her 92nd birthday on Sunday.

Entertainment | Entertainment

This Video Essay Explains the Invisible Magic of Movie Editing

Whether you’re an aspiring filmmaker or cinephile, understanding the basics of film editing can enhance your appreciation of a film.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Oscar Winners 2016: Complete List

The 88th Academy Awards took place on Sunday, honoring the best of film from the past year. Chris Rock hosted Hollywood’s biggest night for the second time, which aired live on ABC from the D…

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Don’t miss your chance to see Kurosawa’s masterpiece Ran on the big screen

This is one of the year’s major cinematic events. It’s well worth leaving the house for, should that opportunity arise.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

R Rated Wolverine Film Might Be Old Man Logan | The Escapist

Hugh Jackman's final, R-rated Wolverine film could be an adaptation of the post-apocalyptic Old Man Logan storyline.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

BLADE RUNNER 2 gets a January 2018 incept date | Nerdist

Ridley Scott's visually-stunning and narratively sparse 1982 film Blade Runner wasn't much of a hit at the time of its release, but it has since become one of the pillars of science fiction filmmaking, thanks in no small part to the amazing and

Entertainment | Entertain Me

The Witch · Film Review The 17th-century horror of The Witch is troubling on multiple levels · Movie Review · The A.V

By placing old tropes in an even older world, Eggers somehow makes them feel new again. The familiar becomes chillingly unfamiliar.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

One of the greatest Westerns ever also birthed the John Woo shoot-’em-up

With A History Of Violence, Tom Breihan picks the most important action movie of every year, starting with the genre’s birth and moving right up to whatever Vin Diesel’s doing this very minute.The Wild Bunch (1969)In the decades before Bullitt, before

Entertainment | ENTERTAINMENT

'Dazed and Confused' at Sundance: 12 things we learned

Dazed and Confused' finally got its chance to shine at Sundance. Here's what we learned during Richard Linklater's live commentary.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Mel Brooks’ ‘Spaceballs’ Sequel Is A Go — ‘The Schwartz Awakens’ Posters Spoof ‘The Force Awakens’

The Spaceballs movie was notorious at spoofing the Star Wars franchise, and is at it again. With The Force Awakens having been released, it would make sense to

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Arnold Schwarzenegger Says New Conan Film Still In Works, Calls It Conan The Conqueror | Comicbook.com

Fans were recently treated to two “Experience with Arnold Schwarzenegger” events, held in Edinburgh and Birmingham in January. The events were black tie affairs where the star himself spoke with his fans.Among the topics of discussion was Schwarzenegg

Entertainment | Entertainment

WATCH: Nothing Can Prepare You For THE CHICKENING | Birth.Movies.Death.

Directors Nick DenBoer and Davy Force have created something you simply have to see to believe.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

The 25 Movies We're Most Excited to See at Sundance

Drama, documentaries, weird genre movies. Sundance has a lot to offer this year. Here are the movies we're most excited to see.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

The second X-Files movie is much better than its reputation suggests

It was the summer of 2008, and the second movie of a beloved series neared release. Advertising was prevalent and expectations were high. And when the film finally hit theaters it was treated, by most, as a bona fide new classic. I’m speaking, of course

Entertainment | Entertainment

George Lucas Criticizes Latest ‘Star Wars’ Installment

In an interview, Mr. Lucas jokingly compared Disney, which bought the rights to the franchise in 2012, to “white slavers” who had bought his children. He later apologized for the remark.

Entertainment | Films

Skywalker Speaks: Mark Hamill on Returning to 'Star Wars' | Rolling Stone

Skywalker speaks! Mark Hamill on returing to his iconic role for 'The Force Awakens': "It's like 'Star Wars' never went away."

Entertainment | Entertainment

The search for the 'Star Wars' George Lucas doesn't want you to see

Want to see the original, un-retouched, un-messed-with 'Star Wars'? You'll have to take a trip to the Library of Congress.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The 10 highest-grossing movies of all time — there's one movie that beats 'Star Wars'

For this list, we looked at domestic box-office grosses adjusted for inflation to see what old movies would have made in today's dollars.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

J.J. Abrams Restoring PHANTASM In 4K! | Nerdist

Don Coscarelli's Phantasm, first released in 1979, is one of the most beloved cult movies in the horror genre. The movie introduced audiences to Michael

Entertainment | Star Wars

Why It’s Surprisingly Hard to Preserve a Star Wars Stormtrooper Suit | Vanity Fair

A new Times Square exhibit opens up the Lucasfilm archives to take a tour of the fashion history of the Star Wars universe, and gets Our Man on the Street to discover the power of the Force.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

A Memento remake is happening, because Polaroids are so 15 years ago

Ideally, a remake should be either of a film that had potential that wasn’t realized the first time around, or of a forgotten gem that deserves to be rediscovered. The producers of the upcoming Memento remake must have read that backwards, then, because

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Ridley Scott reveals details of opening scene of Blade Runner sequel

The film-maker has given a detailed description of the first shots in the film, which will star Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, and open in a rural dustbowl

Entertainment | Star Wars

Star Wars: The Force Awakens' first TV ad features an unfamiliar voice

The force is calling to you... Check out the first official TV spot for #StarWars #TheForceAwakens. Star Wars' official Twitter sent that out this morning, and the video offers some new and different looks at what has been revealed so far of the fil

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Badass Bond Girls, From ‘Dr. No’ to ‘Spectre’

The name’s Bond. James Bond. After 53 years, 24 films, and six actors portraying the titular role, the 007 franchise remains one of the longest-running and most stylish. But let’s face facts: Bond wouldn’t be Bond without the Bond girls. These leadi

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Missing in Action: 17 Forgotten Bond Girls

Everyone remembers Pussy Galore — not to mention Honey Ryder, Xenia Onatopp, and, ahem, Octopussy. But what about the lesser-known Bond girls, and the stars who played them? These actresses may not have been among 007’s top leading ladies, but they’

Entertainment | Entertain Me

The 19 Most Stunning Movie Covers By the Criterion Collection

In honor of Criterion's 30th anniversary, Indiewire has singled out their most incredible cover designs.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

All The James Bond Films: Ranked From Worst To Best

Does a good henchman matter, or is it more about the villain? Now – imagine a gun sight and a suited man walking into the middle of it… 23. ‘Die Another Day’ (2002) Invisible cars, rubbish Madonna theme tune (and embarrassing cameo), dull plot –

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Luke Skywalker, Sith Lord | Observer

Will Luke Skywalker turn to the Dark Side at the end of the trilogy?

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Today, We Lost a Great Japanese Illustrator 

Respected artist Noriyoshi Ohrai died earlier today, reports the Japanese media. You might not know his name, but you should know his work.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Daniel Craig Can't Imagine Doing Another James Bond Movie: 'I'd Rather Slash My Wrists'

The ‘Spectre’ star told TimeOut that his advice for the next 007 is ‘don’t be s**t.’

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Star Wars Secrets: Episode IV - A New Hope

Star Wars Secrets: Episode IV - A New Hope - Just when you thought that you know everything about Star Wars, here are 30 new and amazing true stories. Wow!

Entertainment | Entertainment

Jean-Luc Godard's A Married Woman is back and as relevant as ever | Bleader | Chicago Reader

The director's 1964 masterpiece plays all week in a new digital restoration.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

Daniel Craig Says He’d Rather Kill Himself Than Do Another James Bond Movie

There's been endless headlines speculating about who could play the next James Bond, and now Daniel Craig shared his thoughts on the role.

Miscellaneous | Fun Stuff

8 films you may have forgotten were set in Chicago

Chicago has a pretty rich history of being featured on the silver screen. From The Blues Brothers to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, our city has been home to some truly...

Entertainment | Entertainment

Ridley Scott Reveals Prometheus 2 Title

It looks as though Ridley Scott has just unveiled the ‘Prometheus’ sequel’s new title… and it isn’t ‘Prometheus 2’. “You know the poem?” asked Scott. Does this mean it’s going to be a true sequel, or merely connected i

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I Liked ‘Black Mass’ Until Johnny Depp Shot A Guy... | ClickHole

I’m a pretty big fan of gangster films. Donnie Brasco and The Departed rank as two of my fave movies of all time, so I had to see Black Mass right when it hit theaters...

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Jon Favreau Breaks Down Disney's Live-Action 'Jungle Book' Teaser: From the Digital Toolbox to the 'Bear Necessities'

Filmmaker reveals Easter eggs in the trailer and his motivation for changing parts of the 1967 cartoon classic for his upcoming photorealistic digital film.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Every Quentin Tarantino Movie, Ranked -- Vulture

Pulp Fiction changed people’s ideas about American independent cinema.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

NewportFilm Mixes Mansions and Movies | Variety

Newport is famed for its gilded age mansions and old world opulence. This summer, for the fifth year in a row, the lawns and vacation palaces of Doris Duke and the Vanderbilts have served as a backdrop to one of the more unusual regional film festivals in

Entertainment | Film

Reality-Bending Timelapses of Cities in Tilt-Shift | Mental Floss

Spoonfilm's series "Little Big World" makes cities look like adorable dollhouse worlds.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

AFS Viewfinders: Happy 95th Birthday Maureen O'Hara: Watch Her Stump a Game Show Panel

There are so few links to Hollywood's Golden Era still with us today. Maureen O'Hara is on the younger fringe of the great stars but she enlivened such classics as DANCE, GIRL, DANCE (1940), HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY (1941), MIRACLE ON 34th STREET (1947) and THE QUIET MAN (1952).

Entertainment | Entertainment

Massive Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoiler: Get your first look at Luke Skywalker

Mark Hamill is making his return as Luke Skywalker in the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but there's been plenty of speculation about just how the character will come back. This image, published by Star Wars Episode 7 News, is ou

Entertainment | Entertainment

11 Very Unique Places to Catch a Movie | Mental Floss

Home entertainment systems and online streaming are convenient ways to watch movies, but there are still a few brick-and-mortar movie theaters that aim to give their audiences a unique filmgoing experience.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

These New X-Men: Apocalypse Photos Are Super ’80s

A lot has changed following X-Men: Days of Future Past. Since director Bryan Singer’s last mutant flick he’s added new members to his cinematic X-team like Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee) and Jubilee (Lana Condor).Dude, check out these haircuts.

Entertainment | Entertainment

15 Fascinating Facts About ‘Saving Private Ryan’ | Mental Floss

You won't find "FUBAR" in the German dictionary, or any of these little-known facts about Steven Spielberg's Oscar-winning WWII drama.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous Chicago

Ferris Bueller took a day off 30 years ago this month

Thirty years ago today, Ferris Bueller borrowed a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder, caught a foul ball at a Cubs game and sang "Twist and Shout" while on a float during the Von Steuben Day Parade in his famous Chicago day off.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

Bullitt: How many times can I watch this Steve McQueen movie? - Boing Boing

I'm sick. One of the things that makes me feel better is to watch Bullitt, a movie starring a 1968 Ford Mustang GT, and Steve McQueen.

Entertainment | Entertainment

'Star Wars' original script proves Han shot first

We finally know who shot first.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Christopher Nolan Talks 'Inception' Ending, Batman and 'Chasing Reality' in Princeton Grad Speech

"The most important thing about Bruce Wayne — yes, he attended Princeton, but he didn't graduate," he said to roaring applause. "So as of tomorrow, you are all already better than Batman!"

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

A 'Star Wars' Fan Is Restoring the Film to Its Original, Unaltered State | Mental Floss

Everyone knows that the original three films in the Star Wars franchise—in their original, unaltered states—are way better than any series entry made since then. But while you can still enjoy the early-day antics of Luke, Leia, Han, and Chewie, you can't watch the original originals.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

Netflix just brought back 'The Big Lebowski'

Far out, man. This is bigger than a new season of House of Cards or Orange Is the New Black could ever hope to be. Fans have watched this movie hundreds of times, and most of them probably own a copy. But is there anything finer than rolling a fat joint, kicking back with your buds, and reliving the eternal saga of the Dude through a premium content platform?

Entertainment | Entertainment

Milla Jovovich Eludes Evil Pierce Brosnan in 'Survivor' Trailer

It’s not all heroics for Pierce Brosnan on the big screen. Case in point: He’s trying (and failing) to kill Milla Jovovich in 'Survivor,' as seen in the action thriller’s first trailer.

Entertainment | Mad Men

Museum of the Moving Image - Films - Required Viewing: Mad Men's Movie Influences

With its richness of detail and depth of characterization, Mad Men has an artistic ambition that reveals many influences. Series creator Matthew Weiner drew from literature, cinema, fashion, photography, architecture, music, and more, to help create the world of the show.

News | Anti-Israel=Anti-Semitism

Crossing the Line 2: The New Face of Anti-Semitism on Campus - YouTube

Israel is under assault on North American college campuses today like never before. Anti-Israel activities to alienate, demonize, and delegitimize Israel are...

News | Anti-Israel=Anti-Semitism

New film depicts Jewish students' growing insecurity on campus | The Times of Israel

While calling for Jewish pride and Israel advocacy, documentary portrays North American universities as anti-Semitic battlefields

Entertainment | Entertainment

Spock - Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan

Captain Spock (Leonard Nimoy) gives the ultimate sacrifice for his friends.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Harrison Ford Will Once Again Be Rick Deckard

The 72-year-old has agreed to reprise his former role for 'Blade Runner 2'

Entertainment | Films

Clint Eastwood cut American Sniper's final scene after request from widow | Film | The Guardian

The team behind Iraq war drama American Sniper edited last reel of narrative following a request from Chris Kyle’s family