Right in between the two most popular holidays, Thanksgiving is repeatedly overlooked by the masses, and even in movies as well. While there's a multitude of films that are staples of Halloween and Christmas, there's not as big of a cinematic market for Thanksgiving movies.
Craft beer is defined as a beer made in a traditional or non-mechanized way by a small brewery. So for this list I am throwing out the big boys of the beer world. Example, Budweiser, Coors or Miller. If you want to try some new beers, hit up these places.
Recently, 37-year-old Maggie Gyllenhaal was told that she was too old to play the love interest of a man in his 50s. Older men starring opposite younger women is so commonplace in Hollywood that no one bats an eye when it happens, yet when the roles are reversed and the woman is older than the man, its so unique that we give a name to it like "MILF" or "Cougar".
Recently we've talked about the best Non-Christmas Christmas movies, and asked you for your favorite Christmas movies. But in the spirit of Festivus, its time to air our grievances and talk about 10 Christmas movies that are overrated or just plain terrible.
With Christmas just weeks away, its time for the Christmas movies to start rolling out. Either marathons on TV or breaking out your favorites from your Blu Ray collection, now's the times to enjoy Christmas classics, and some non-Christmas classics.
With DVDs and Blu Rays dominating home video distribution for the last 15 years, seeing alternate endings to films has become rather commonplace. But in the days before digital dics, we only heard of the alternate endings of films in articles and the occasional television special.
While 1994 is nowhere near the level of cinematic achievement as what we covered in our look back of 1984, it was still a great year in film. 20 years ago we saw the rise of Jim Carrey with not one but three comedic blockbusters, tragedy striking the set of a comic book adaptation, one of the most controversial years in film with new projects from Oliver Stone and Quentin Tarantino, and one of th
1984 is widely considered one of the greatest years in film, producing a staggering amount of films that are still loved and quoted 30 years later. From 'Footloose' to 'Beverly Hills Cop', 1984 brought some of the greatest comedies, horror films, and sci-fi spectaculars ever seen on the big screen.