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Ain't Them Grammar Atrocious: 10 Copy Edited Movie Posters

Everyone has that friend with the red pen perpetually in hand, delighting in correcting your "whos" to "whoms."

We hate to admit it, but it's true: On occasion, we're that friend. Not only are we grammar snobs, we're also huge movie nerds. Sorry. You can just imagine the cringe that crosses our delicate faces every time someone utters the name of a certain Casey Affleck movie coming out this Friday. "Ain't Them Bodies Saints"? "Ain't Them?"

Come on.

We're sorry to have to make an example of David Lowery, but he's not the only one who has committed English crime. Where's your hyphen, "The To Do List"? Did you mean to say something else, "She Hate Me"? In an effort to soothe our grammatically rattled souls, here are 10 copy edited movie posters. The wrongs have been made right. Get More »

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GALLERY: The Best Movie Mustaches of All Time

The mustache isn't just facial hair. It's an art form, one few are able to master.

In honor of Paul Rudd's "Super Mario Bros." makeover in "Prince Avalanche," we salute some of the finest examples of the mustache in cinema, from Robert Pattinson's bizarre turn as Salvador Dali in "Little Ashes" to Tom Selleck in just about everything. The extreme levels of testosterone may make you feel a little woozy, but that's all part of the awesome.

Browse the most masculine gallery ever and wish you could grow a mustache as mighty.

Originally published on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012.

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The 15 Best Death Scenes in Movies

The new horror anthology "The ABCs of Death" wants to give gorehounds what they want in alphabetical order by representing each of their 26 segments with a letter. That's fine with us, since we always have plenty of death scenes organized with the Dewey Decimal System, and here are 15 of the most memorable, bloody, and enjoyable ones in the bunch.

Oh yeah, um, spoilers.

Taketoki Washizu in 'Throne of Blood' (1957)

'A' is for 'Arrows'
In one of Akira Kurosawa's many samurai epics with star/badass supreme Toshiro Mifune, the two of them created the kind of arrow-related death that "Lord of the Rings" elf Legolas must dream about at night. By the time this Macbeth stand-in is done for he's got more wood in him than Jenna Jameson and resembles a stoned porcupine. Sayonara, sucker!

High Treason
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Quentin Tarantino's Filmography Gets the Infographic Treatment

Quentin Tarantino Getty Images

If you chart the course of Quentin Tarantino, you see a video store clerk who was able to cut and paste his infinite index of film knowledge to create some of the most memorable pop characters of the last two decades.

Now Vulture's Jesse David Fox has taken the liberty of translating those characters into ACTUAL charts, albeit ones that might be inappropriate for your next office PowerPoint presentation. Get More »

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Movie Tattoos: 25 Intense Examples of Cinematic Body Art

You like "Home Alone." Heck, you may even claim to love "Home Alone."

But do you love it enough to ink a tribute to Joe Pesci into your skin, permanently?

They say that beauty is skin-deep, but there's no adage for how deep fandom goes. These 25 hardcore fans of movies from, yes, "Home Alone" to "Black Swan" proudly display their devotion on their bodies in the form of intricate ink.

Scroll on to see, and tell us in the comments how you would pay body art tribute to your favorite flick.

1. 'The Dark Knight'

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9 English-Speaking Stars Who Got Subtitled

Casa de mi Padre
Pantelion Films

In "Casa de mi Padre" Will Ferrell plays a Mexican rancher in the middle of one seriously loco drug war. In order to commit fully to the role, the "Anchorman" star spent months brushing up on his language skills for the entirely Spanish-language comedy.

That's a lot of effort for a few laughs. But Ferrell is in good company with the following actors who took their performances to the next level by speaking in a foreign tongue, be it for a couple scenes or an entire film. Get More »

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