The movie has taken complete ownership of the track, lock, stock, and barrel for all eternity. The moment someone hears one of these songs, they can’t help but be transported right back to the scene where it appears, even if they haven’t seen the film in years.
It’s not a party until a fight breaks out, the cops come, the venue gets trashed, and/or at least one person makes a complete ass of themselves. Today’s list honors the motion pictures that have embraced this philosophy.
Longtime contributor Warren Cantrell stops by to talk with Eric, Trey and Trevan about the Oscar Party 2012. Trevan discusses Act Of Valor and Eric praises Paul Rudd in Wanderlust. Then in a new, possibly recurring segment called What’s the Big Deal About…?, the guys each share an outsider movie — one that they hate, [...]
This decade was a great one for genre films. If anything, it could be remembered as the decade that fantasy/sci-fi/action films really grew up. Of course, Peter Jackson created the critically and commercially successful “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, capping it all off with the first Best Picture win for a fantasy movie ever in [...]