In honor of Veterans Day 2012, we’ve compiled our favorite films that best define the heroism, horrors, camaraderie, and honor you find during wartime.
When you’ve directed the top 2 box office hits of all time, you get to do what you want in Hollywood. Just ask Titanic and Avatar director, James Cameron.
The autumn movie season is loaded with star power and ambitious epics – it also features the return of James Bond. Katey Rich, editor-in-chief of CinemaBlend.com joined the couch to talk silver screen happenings.
Although we’re no Hollywood, NYC provides many opportunities for the avid film buff to entertain himself through museums, themed restaurants, trivia nights or even walking tours.
While America does love its movies about sexy bank robbers knocking off banks and street-racers smashing up cop cars, there’s still always an audience for a good patriotic movie. Whether it’s about the US of […]
With summer fast approaching, we’ve rounded up the most promising blockbuster movies of the season. Get your popcorn ready.
It’s hard enough to raise a kid these days. Check out these movie moms who also manage to save the world.
“The Avengers” isn’t playing yet on U.S. movie screens, but the superhero dream team already is a marvel at the worldwide box office.
Angelo Guglielmo, director of the documentary “The Woman Who Wasn’t There,” shares his tips on documentary making.
With hundreds of films to view from all around the world, the annual Tribeca Film Festival highlights stories that will touch your heart, thrill you, scare you and enlighten you. All you need is a ticket.
Sony’s action comedy starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as cops going undercover as high school students took down the animated hit “Dr. Seuss’ the Lorax.”
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” had a bountiful box office opening, earning $70.7 million in its first weekend to score the biggest debut of the year.
Keep up with the Oscars, from the nominees to the red carpet to the podium. And the Oscar goes to…
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve gathered the best (or worst, if you prefer) of the romance movie clichés.
It seems like only yesterday that the ‘Les Miserables’ marquis was removed from its Broadway home. But don’t worry Les Miz-lovers, it’s coming back – and it’ll be ubiquitous.