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What do Megan Fox, Dolph Lundgren, iguanas, lesbian sex scenes, and The Hulk all have in common?
Besides the fact that we love them, all these things enter into our list of the wittiest, most shocking, and awe-inspiring quotes from Hollywood's best and brightest this past year.
Let's take a look back at some of the soundbites that sent shockwaves through the web, and a few you may have missed. Who's got the sharpest tongue, and who should just keep their mouth shut? Read on… Get More »
"I would love 'Machete' even if I weren't in it, because it's no bullsh*t action—pow! It was just awesome from the starting scene.
"I think the eclectic cast and crew that Robert Rodriguez assembled loved going to work. There was no attitude or drama. That's the perfect movie set because everyone was intermingling with everyone else. There were no 'stars' on set."
Danny Trejo stars in "Machete," which will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Jan. 4. He also appears in "Death Race 2," out on DVD and Blu-ray on Jan. 18.
Click through our gallery for more stars' favorite movies of 2010, including Ryan Gosling, Sharlto Copley, Rosie O'Donnell and a pair of "Sex and the City" stars!
Sick and tired of all your typical year-end lists ranking the best and worst movies, performances, tent scenes, etc? Then you've come to the right place.
In the spirit of trying something different, we enlisted iLLspoKinN and Rabbi Darkside (who you may recognize as a beatboxing coach from MTV's "Made"), two of New York City's most gifted freestyle rappers, to bring you the 2010 Year in Movies Rap-Up. The premise is simple: We held up flash cards with the names of the year's 40 biggest films and asked them to incorporate the titles into a single freestyle session.
Warning: The following video contains no "writtens." What you are about to see is 100 percent pure improv magic. Get More »
"My favorite movie this year is the movie with Josh Duhamel and Katherine Heigl. It has a stupid name—you can never remember the name! Wait: it's called 'Life As We Know It.' That's a very bad name. It blends with all the other four-word names. But, besides the name, it was just adorable! It was like the old romantic comedies.
"He is a tall glass of water, boy, and she is something else. I just thought it was the cutest. It reminded me of when I was a kid and I went to see Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell in 'Overboard' or Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal in 'The Main Event,' and I thought, 'Oh my God! That is the best movie!'
"I loved it, and my kids loved it. And when you see a movie with your kids and everybody loves it equally, that's special. And the audience clapped! Do you know how long it's been since I've been in a movie theater and the audience clapped, in the mall, at the first showing, on a Sunday? That's kind of rare!"
Rosie O'Donnell will premiere her new daytime talk show on Oprah Winfrey's new cable network, OWN, in 2011.
Let's face it: In Hollywood, it all comes down to money. Sure, we movie fans like to talk about the artistic merits of the form and debate important subjects like whether or not Harry Potter and his friends could beat Bella and her boys in a throwdown. But for the bigwigs in Tinseltown, the final score is counted out in cold hard cash.
Well, we can play that game too, mister! In our quest to explore every aspect of the last year in movies, we've taken a careful look at each ledger, tally sheet and budgetary report to come out of Hollywood. The result: our official review of the 10 biggest box office headlines of 2010. Get More »
Nothing invades our vocabulary like a memorable movie line. For example, when's the last time you chatted with a hypochondriac buddy and didn't trot out "It's not a tumor!?" You know... a quote from a 20-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger film you might not have ever seen.
(That's the action-packed thrill ride "Kindergarten Cop," if you're wondering.)
Every year has its "You had me at hello" moments, and even the lines that don't achieve unholy-repetition status serve as important pieces of shared culture, and more importantly, act as stand-ins when we can't come up with anything original to say at parties. Get More »
"'Enter the Void,' by Gaspar Noé. I never saw anything like it. I just think it's completely unique.
"I couldn't compare it to anything. It's incredibly powerful. As much as you could recreate the experience of dying and being dead, he did it. Outside of actually doing it, I think that's as close as you can come."
Ryan Gosling stars in "Blue Valentine" alongside Michelle Williams, which opens in limited release on Dec. 29.
"This year, without question, my favorite movie was 'Inception.'
"Why? I love it when someone is able to make an original film that hits huge numbers of people. That really gets to me. 'District 9' did it in a way, and 'Inception' did it in a massive way. I really enjoyed it."
Much of this past year was spent talking about the visual aspect of movies, what with the whole 3-D revolution (or plague, depending on your perspective) and the increased sophistication of CGI effects. But let's not forget the other half of the audio/visual equation.
There were plenty of musical moments to celebrate at the theater in 2010, and fans of film soundtracks had plenty to hang their hats on.
Here are our picks for the best of the bunch, and whether your tastes run to hip-hop, rock, or just a big, ol' "BONNNNNG" sound, there's something here for your ears. Get More »