Today’s list is an exploration of all the known truths of the Terminator universe, for while the quality of each installment has varied over the years, certain commonalities have not.
Today’s list is a celebration of the films that mined this lousy holiday for drama’s sake, and gave audiences a Thanksgiving dinner scene(s) that was/were especially uncomfortable.
Today’s list was meant to celebrate those movies that gave their audiences a Santa Claus character, and made him an important part of the picture.
Yes, three and a half weeks on, and the 39th annual Seattle International Film Festival is finally in the books. Frequent visitors to Scene-Stealers these last couple of weeks likely noticed a slew of reviews for films playing at the festival, and might have been even more surprised to see so many positive remarks, yet the evidence bore it out: this was one hell of a year for cinema at SIFF!
A celebration of the most ludicrous, impractical, destructive, ineffective military organizations in movie history. While some of the films featured were pretty decent, and others were decidedly not, they all had one thing in common: they featured an armed collective so laughably inept that they stood out amongst even the most impractical government organizations.
A Good Day to Die Hard is released Friday in the theaters, which means that the wisecracking John McClane, a character that made Bruce Willis a true movie star and action icon way back in 1988, is back in his fifth feature film.
‘Bullet to the Head’ is the first Walter Hill movie in 10 years. Walter Hill’s movies are lean, mean man-on-a mission films, and their success lies in a very ethereal trait. Walter Hill’s movies are cool. Here are the Top 10 Coolest Walter Hill Characters.
Hollywood has demonstrated time and time again that life after death isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. If you’re talking about horror or top comedy movies, sometimes you’re better off dead.
Aussie Scene-Stealers reader Xavier Robertson tells us which movies he’s the most excited about for the remainder of 2012. The line-ups for the 2012 fall festivals, leading into awards season are where most of the heavy hitters promise to be revealed.
The superhero movie genre is still a pretty new one, and there haven’t been too many perfect movies yet, but at the rate they are being produced, this list could look very different in just a couple of years. Here’s my list of Top 10 Superhero Movies. What would you add? What should have been left off? What are you looking forward to?
It’s been awfully fucking hot in the U.S. as of late, so it seems altogether appropriate that a list detailing the driest, most parched moments in cinema history be offered up this day.
In honor of Friday’s show and the 2012 US Air Guitar season, I present to you the Top 10 U.S. Air Guitarists of All-Time.
In honor of the release of yet another live-action Snow White film, Snow White and the Huntsman, here’s a look a the 10 best live-action fairy tale movies.
…and 15 that REALLY suck. Let’s be frank. The track record of good fourth movies in a franchise isn’t good. To prove this point, we have two Top 10s on this subject and over 50% of each of them (which rank the best, or at least the ones that didn’t suck too terribly bad), are not movies anyone can really truly stand behind.