|Genres||Drama, Period, Western|
|US Release Date||11/30/2006|
The Oscars haven't gotten better, but there's still work to do.
And with so many pies.
The Sundance lineup shows just how much attention indie films are getting nowadays from big-name actors.
The director answers Reddit's questions about Jennifer Lawrence, 'Mockingjay,' and more.
Following the season finale of Christopher Guest's dramedy 'Family Tree,' we look back at what makes the HBO series, starring Chris O'Dowd, work so well.
Critics love 'Star Trek Into Darkness' and it's on track for huge box office, but superfan Christian Blauvelt thinks it's a betrayal of the 'Star Trek' he loves and Gene Roddenberry's vision.
'Auschwitz' and 'Rampage' director Uwe Boll hopes his gun-toting bailout thriller 'Assault on Wall Street' strikes fear in the heart of bankers — and kicks Hollywood swiftly in the ass.
The Cinema Con footage makes its way to NYC.
Calling it now, utilizing a little bit of lore from 'The Original Series' and 'Enterprise.'
An evening of strippers, pizza, and track suits.
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Hell is other people('s kids). Especially if some of those kids appear to have come straight from there. From babysitting nightmares like the head-turning Linda Blair in 'The Exorcist to those rascally 'Children of the Corn', we look back at the creepiest kids in movie history.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.