|US Release Date||11/30/1974|
It looks like they're having more fun than we are!
The international category is dominated by three of our favorite shows.
We keep clicking our heels, but nothing's happening!
A fly, a spy, and a show in the sky.
This latest churn-‘em-and-burn-‘em genre parody flick offers a handful of sophomoric (in a good way) and worthwhile laughs to even the most serious-minded comic-book fans.
A product of singular imagination by a filmmaker at the height of his prowess, <em>Pan's Labyrinth</em> is the kind of gothic fairy tale most movies are not--at once wildly fantastical yet elegantly rich in reality, magically inspiring yet profoundly disturbing.
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White Noise is certainly an intriguing concept--you may find yourself listening more intently to static from now on. But ultimately the trite film fails to deliver the necessary thrills and chills it so desperately wants us to experience.
Freddy vs. Jason wins the top spot in this weekend's box office race. Others as follows: S.W.A.T. Open Range Freaky Friday Uptown Girls Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl American Wedding Seabiscuit Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Bad Boys II Grind American Splendor
The live-actioner Daredevil challenged four new wide releases and won hands down with a superlative $18.9 million take at the box office this weekend. Top Ten Daredevil Old School How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days The Jungle Book 2 Chicago The Life of David Gale Shanghai Knights Gods and Generals Dark Blue The Recruit
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Interviews with the cast of "Dragonfly." The cast and crew of Dragonfly ponder whether someone is gone forever once they die. Kevin Costner says that he doesn't doubt there's life after death, while director Tom Shadyac goes even further than that--he's actually seen someone cross over to the other side.
The 25 movies that started trends and gave us looks with staying power.
Forget Demi and Ashton. These celebrity spouses have some major age differences.