Did you know 'Kill Bill Vol. 1' has the least amount of F-bombs of any Quentin Tarantino movie? And, that it was the first of Tarantino's movies to have less than 100 "f---s"? This is just one of the juicy bits of information packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which focuses on Quentin Tarantino's martial arts revenge epic 'Kill Bill'.
We may as well just embrace the never-ending wave of remakes flooding the market. It's not like it's going to stop anytime soon. Rather than sit around and grumble, we decided to put on our imagination caps and try to predict what will be coming soon to a theater near you. The results may disturb you.
Mixing blockbusters with more quirky fare, Johnny Depp has had quite the unique career. While audiences love his offbeat characters in movies like 'Alice in Wonderland' and the upcoming 'The Lone Ranger,' there was a time when he wasn't exactly box office gold.
From modernized settings to cartoons to musicals, producers keep thinking of fresh ways to shake up the works of William Shakespeare and make his immortal lines and characters accessible for the contemporary arena.
Much like that time our step-brother brought up Cutco knives at Thanksgiving dinner, sometimes we get the feeling movies are trying to sell us stuff. Other times, we know movies are trying to sell us stuff, and it is so very, very awkward.
For some of us, movie dads are more like dads to us than our "real" dads. So messing with them is very delicate terrain. Finding out that, say, Warren Beatty was almost Mrs. Doubtfire is like telling us all those Christmas presents from "Dad" were really from Mom -- it's a truth we almost can't handle
Do you ever ask yourself "wouldn't every movie be better if it starred Jackée?" Well, stop asking yourself stupid questions. Of course every movie would be better if it starred Jackée. Need proof? Check out these posters featuring the beloved star of '227' in tons of movie vehicles so you don't even have to use your imagination to understand how glorious it would be.
It seems crazy to think but it's been 12 years since we were first introduced to Blue Steel, Derek, Hansel and the rest of the 'Zoolander' crew. The film's spot-on lampooning of the world of supermodels left fans wanting much more. Thankfully, our dreams will soon become a reality, as a sequel is in the works.
So until then, let's take a glance at the cast of 'Zoolander' then and now.
There was a time when superheroes were associated with just one actor (Christopher Reeve, for example). Of course, in the age of reboots, we're getting pretty used to there being multiple actors as Batmen and Supermen
When it comes to cult classics, the 2001 film 'Donnie Darko' just might sit at the very top. Writer/director Richard Kelly mixed teen angst, sci-fi and an amazing '80s soundtrack to create a spellbinding movie that still has fans debating the ending today. But what holds together the labyrinthine plot is a stellar cast made up of up-and-coming young actors, seasoned vets and '80s favorites playing against type.
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