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Christian Bale never ceases to amaze.
Breaking down our 6 fave movie antiheroes – who tops your list?
One of the most familiar faces in comedy — and
an all-star group of his funniest friends — is popping up front and center at
Redbox next week.
Bob Saget directed and stars in “Benjamin.”
It’s a dark comedy that, yes, has laughs. Lots of them.
The Sword in the Stone is one of my all-time favorite stories. That’s why I’m thrilled about the latest movie that drew inspiration from the timeless Arthurian legend: The Kid Who Would Be King. Critics like myself loved it (it’s holding at 90% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), as it
Sophia Lillis is taking on the role of a beloved childhood hero in Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase. We chatted with Sophia and learned what it was like to portray such an iconic character, why movie nights are so special.
Now that Holmes & Watson is at the Box and On Demand, it got me thinking about the best cinematic duos. That’s probably because the stars of the film (Will Ferrell, who plays Sherlock Holmes, and John C. Reilly, who plays Watson) have paired up before in one of
WARNING: Once you watch Bathtubs Over Broadway, now available to rent or buy from Redbox On Demand, you will be humming the song, “My Bathroom” for the rest of your days.
Picking up seven months after its predecessor’s conclusion, Tom
Clancy’s The Division 2 once again finds players assuming the role of a
secret government agent attempting to restore order in the aftermath of a
population-wiping pandemic. While the set-up is similar though, the
At 13, Jason Drucker is having a honey of a career. Drucker, born in Hollywood (Florida, that is), was a regular on the popular Nickelodeon series, Every Witch Way. He appeared opposite Samuel L. Jackson when he was eight-years-old in the action comedy Barely Lethal. He had the title
While I usually prefer my movies to be a source of complete
escapism, every once in a while I look to movies to help me put my problems in
perspective, reprioritize my life, or just stress me out so much that whatever I return to in the real world
Mary Poppins Returns is now at the Box, and as its magical but no-nonsense nanny, Emily Blunt is practically perfect in every way. But how many of you remember that in the two roles responsible for accelerating Blunt’s rise in Hollywood, her characters were about as far from perfect