Anton Corbijn’s The American stars George Clooney as a hitman on his last assignment, but like all hitmen movies, things go awry; people are on the hunt for him and he falls in love.
Arthur C. Clarke’s classic science fiction novel may have had several false-starts as a studio motion picture, but this fan-made Rama film by Philip Mahoney and Aaron Ross will tide us over for now.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall’s Nick Stoller directs this buddy comedy starring Jonah Hill as a music worker plebe who must escort a rowdy rock star (Russell Brand) to Los Angeles from London.
Sing along with everybody’s favorite furry friends from Return of the Jedi, as the happy-go-lucky Ewoks provide some of what could be the greatest Karaoke lyrics ever. C’mon and Yub Nub now!
This UK indie tells the tale of two criminals who kidnap a young woman named Alice Creed. But things don’t always work out as planned, and Alice turns the tables on her captors. Opens August 6.
Robert Duvall plays a mysterious man who decides to throw himself a funeral party – while he’s still alive. Lots of Sundance buzz for performances from Duvall, Sissy Spacek and Bill Murray.
Takeshi Kitano’s Outrage is premiering at Cannes next month. This official Japanese trailer for the film has no subtitles, but you’ll be able to see how badass the film is even without the dialogue.
One of the most used lines in movies gets a montage. From Shrek to Hellboy, and even in classics like Star Wars and James Bond, scriptwriters can’t seem to avoid the darned trope.
The trash talking, er, IMing between Buzz and Woody in this little teaser from Toy Story 3 is pretty darn amusing, as is the chill remix of Friend In Me playing in the background.
In this looks-too-cheesy-to-be-good thriller, a college student traveling in London is hit by a cab and wakes up in a seamy underworld filled with strange and disturbed individuals.
With the reboot of Nightmare on Elm Street headed to theaters on 4/30, we’re finally getting to see what Jackie Earle Haley’s Freddy Krueger face (and claws) look like – and it sure ain’t pretty.
Hundreds of 15 second scenes from Star Wars: A New Hope were uniquely reinterpreted by creative volunteers in the newly finished Star Wars: Uncut, premiering this month in Copenhagen.
3 nuclear bombs, interrogators, an uncooperative terrorist in custody and assorted methods of torture comprise Gregor Jordan’s Unthinkable, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Carrie Anne Moss.
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