Best Movie Action Scenes

5 of the most badass action scenes in movie history

By on June 25, 2016 at 9:00 AM.

5 of the most badass action scenes in movie history

As difficult as it must be to construct and film a compelling action scene, it takes more than just punching, kicking, car chases and explosions to create a truly memorable sequence that will stick in the minds of moviegoers forever.

In a new video, CineFix explores five of those sequences — action scenes that are just as smart and impressive as they are thrilling and explosive.

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Best Hidden Jokes in Movie Credits

10 of the best jokes hidden in the credits of your favorite movies

By on June 23, 2016 at 1:05 PM.

10 of the best jokes hidden in the credits of your favorite movies

In 2016, we expect to be entertained from the moment we walk into a theater to the moment the lights turn on and the ushers ask us to vacate the premises. That means trivia challenges followed by movie trailers followed by a thrilling blockbuster feature, and finally, something to keep us in our seats when the credits start rolling.

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New Movie Trailers Jun 17

13 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

By on June 18, 2016 at 9:00 AM.

13 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

We didn’t have that many new trailers in our last week’s new movie trailers roundup, but that’s about to change. You’ll find below no less than 13 new trailers, including a few movies that you won’t want to miss when they hit cinemas this year. And don’t forget, Pixar’s Finding Dory is playing in a theater near you starting today.

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Worst Movie Trends Video

10 things we all hate about blockbuster movies

By on June 15, 2016 at 2:14 PM.

10 things we all hate about blockbuster movies

Even as cord cutting and streaming services have changed the face of the entertainment industry for good, consumers still go in droves to the movie theater every month. None of us want to miss out on the billion-dollar blockbusters that Marvel and DC will be pumping out all year, but there are certain trends that have developed over the past few decades that we’d be happy to never see again.

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New Movie Trailers Jun 10

6 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

By on June 11, 2016 at 9:00 AM.

6 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

With school letting out for the summer it’s time to hit the movies once again, and we have some exciting trailers ahead of us including a new look a the upcoming Tarzan movie, but also an international trailer for Ghostbusters. Oh yes, and there’s a hilarious Yoga Hosers trailer, too.

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10 Believable Movie Myths

10 ridiculous movie myths that you never realized were complete nonsense

By on June 9, 2016 at 3:35 PM.

10 ridiculous movie myths that you never realized were complete nonsense

When you walk into a movie theater, you have to be willing to suspend your disbelief for a couple of hours. Whether it’s an action-packed superhero movie or a drama based on true events, the writers and directors are going to take certain artistic liberties, but there are certain movie myths we’ve come to accept as fact, even though they have absolutely no basis in reality.

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Blockbuster Movie Salaries Actors Staff

How much does it pay to work on a $200M blockbuster movie?

By on June 8, 2016 at 5:00 PM.

How much does it pay to work on a $200M blockbuster movie?

Ever wondered how much it pays to work on a blockbuster movie like The Force Awakens or any other film that has a budget of at least $200 million? Sure the lead actors, the director and producers are likely to do very well for themselves, but what about the other critical personnel working on a movie?

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Video: 10 Funniest Marvel Movie Scenes

Here are the funniest moments in Marvel movie history

By on June 3, 2016 at 10:00 AM.

Here are the funniest moments in Marvel movie history

It feels like Marvel has pumped out more movies than I can remember over the past few years. There’s been a few serious misses, some great action, and a healthy dose of comedy along the way. This video from Screen Rant breaks down the funniest gags and scenes from the Marvel movie universe.

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Best Shared Movie Universes

20 movies you never knew took place in the same universe

By on May 31, 2016 at 3:20 PM.

20 movies you never knew took place in the same universe

Marvel’s ever-expanding cinematic universe might be the most ambitious shared universe ever attempted, but it’s certainly not the first. In fact, there are dozens of movies throughout the history of cinema with unexpected connections (some more tenuous than others) that you might never have noticed.

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Video Game Movies

Here are the worst video game movies of all time

By on May 26, 2016 at 5:50 PM.

Here are the worst video game movies of all time

Independently, playing video games and watching movies are immensely enjoyable activities. But when the two mix, the result is often an exercise in disappointment. Likely rooted in Hollywood’s never-ending effort to print money without exercising an ounce of creativity, movie executives always seem keen on taking whatever video game happens to be hot at the moment and turning it into a movie. Even in the face of ridicule and a string of box office failures, we’ll likely never see Hollywood stop trying to turn popular video games into hit films.

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Netflix Movies

More than 600 movies will disappear from Netflix on June 1

By on May 26, 2016 at 10:40 AM.

More than 600 movies will disappear from Netflix on June 1

Netflix’s strategy for global video domination can be summed up in two words: original content. Building off the success of 2013’s House of Cards, Netflix in recent years has launched an absolute avalanche of original content that spans every genre imaginable, including crime thrillers, comedies, sci-fi, political dramas, animated sitcoms, superhero dramas and even true-crime documentaries. In fact, Netflix this past January said that it plans to roll out 600 hours of original programming throughout 2016, an impressive 33% increase from 2015.

Because developing and producing original content can get wildly expensive, Netflix’s increased focus on original content coincides with the company’s lessening interest in securing licensing deals with movie studios. The most recent casualty of Netflix’s original programming addiction is Miramax. In May of 2011, Netflix signed a 5-year and rumored $100 million licensing deal with the famed movie studio. With that deal set to expire at the end of May, Netflix reportedly has no plans to renew it in full. In turn, more than 600 movie titles will instantly be removed from Netflix’s catalog beginning on June 1.

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Best American Movies of All Time

100 incredible movies that everyone needs to see before they die

By on May 25, 2016 at 4:10 PM.

100 incredible movies that everyone needs to see before they die

There is an overwhelming amount of media to consume in 2016.

You can catch up on the latest episodes of a network TV show, go to the theater to watch a multi-million dollar blockbuster, log in to Netflix to binge on the latest original series or jump on a PlayStation 4 to play a 60-hour game.

With so much content at our disposal, it’s easy to just give up and watch Seinfeld reruns, which is why it’s always nice to have a list of suggestions from others.

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The Do-Over Trailer

The trailer for Adam Sandler’s new Netflix movie is surprisingly good

By on May 23, 2016 at 8:00 PM.

The trailer for Adam Sandler’s new Netflix movie is surprisingly good

For a short period of time, Adam Sandler seemed destined for greatness. Thanks to his work on Saturday Night Live and iconic roles in films like Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison, he was on the verge of becoming the biggest name in comedy (hard though that is to believe).

But as the early 2000s began, Sandler’s films experienced a staggering drop-off in quality. Somehow, the man who gave us gems like The Wedding Singer was soon bringing us abominations like Jack and Jill and That’s My Boy. In fact, Sandler for a while almost seemed as if he were trying to amass as many Razzies as he could in as short amount of time as possible.

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