Internet activist Aaron Swartz took his own life one year ago today. He was 26 years old and facing federal hacking and fraud charges for downloading millions of academic articles using MIT’s network.
It's a little known fact that the great director made a film about the Nazi death camps – but, horrified by the footage he saw, the documentary was never shown. Now it is to be released.
Netflix rang in the new year by trimming traditional blockbusters like Roman Holiday to cult classics like Brick and Requiem for a Dream from its offerings.
It appears that SeaWorld employees are angry at the damage done to its reputation by "Blackfish," a documentary that claimed the theme park chain ran shows at its Orlando location featuring a killer whale the company knew to have already killed two o
Not every film is a critical or commercial success. Some are just too weird, and that's exactly their appeal.
The producer and creator of the A&E show “Duck Dynasty” once starred in a dark, homoerotic indie film about the gay porn industry called “The Fluffer.”
About an hour into watching Spike Jonze’s latest film Her, I began thinking about another movie: Ted Demme’s Beautiful Girls.
Warning: There are major spoilers ahead if you haven't seen "Anchorman 2" yet.
It has the potential to be the biggest superhero movie fanboy nation has ever seen. In reality, though, it will be the biggest production Michigan has ever hosted.
What if you kept waking up only to fight the same (losing) alien war over and over again? What if you had to fight those battles in an Elysium-type exosuit in battles that look like Call of Duty?
A Freedom of Information request filed by government watchdog Judicial Watch revealed that former CIA Director Leon E. Panetta was the source who gave up secret information to the scriptwriter of “Zero Dark Thirty,” the Hollywood movie about the raid
Can't keep them down!
For a while now, it seemed like Gareth Edwards was working the longest of cons.
In the future, Mila Kunis is a janitor who might hold the key to the universe. And Channing Tatum is a genetically engineered former soldier tasked with coming to Earth to save her.
Disney has acquired the rights from Paramount Pictures for the future of the Indiana Jones franchise, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Like few other franchises, the Star Wars universe is such that nearly every single element involved is recognizable and treasured by fans, with the exception of Jar Jar Binks and Hayden Christensen of course.
Will Ferrell has been relentlessly promoting his upcoming film "Anchorman 2" as his news anchor persona Ron Burgundy.
Jeremy Scahill has been dubbed a “one-man truth squad”.
Buy the DVD of “Top Priority: The Terror Within” today!
Here comes “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”
Not enough Loki. Too many tacky 3D effects. And then there's the hard fact that everything old isn't necessarily new again just because the bottom line wishes it so.
Have you ever thought of Nebraska as Oz?
In Noah, director Darren Aronofsky’s Old Testament epic, Russell Crowe plays the titular biblical figure who must save his family from God’s impending wrath of natural disasters.
To rebel means to oppose the rules (and those who make said rules – the rulers). Rebellion isn’t the problem; the coercive rules/rulers are.
Now that it's November, movie season is about to get in full swing again.
First of all: The creators are in the "Hollywood way" so they live there, their friends are all there, They are not going to go build a bunker, they are already working on their next project about an Alien invasion or something like that.
Since 2001, more veterans have committed suicide than have died in combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
It's ironic and then some that good ol' Texas boy Matthew McConaughey, 43, has found the role of his career playing a hate-spewing redneck in Dallas Buyers Club.
Before this movie can laugh at itself, which Last Vegas (about four seniors hitting Vegas for the bachelor party of one of their own) does frequently and affably, it must cope with getting jabbed with gag titles –