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The numbers are in and "The Amazing Spider-Man" is a hit.
(Note, I am writing this about a week before "The Amazing Spider-Man" opens but, call me crazy, I'm pretty sure I'm making a correct assumption here.)
Now that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone have thwipped their way into our hearts, what's next for Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, New York City and that dude who stood in the shadows and said menacing things to Dr. Curt Connors?
Only time will tell, but, just in case the film's chief producers are reading (oh, who'm I kidding, they get a text every time I blow my nose) I've got five basic suggestions for the "Amazing Spider-Man" sequel. Get More »
Dads are good guys. They put together our complicated toys, they taught us to drive, and they took us camping. But we've always considered him to be a total dork, or the big bad guy who Mom would call on to deliver the harshest punishments.
We wanted a father who was more like ones in movies. Why didn't we have a dad who built a magical baseball field, was fabulously wealthy, and who greeted crises with jokes, hugs, or lethal force instead of groundings?
We know our dads were cool, always there for us, and making us better people. We love them dearly. But in honor of Father's Day, here are 13 movie dads we still find ourselves admiring for their humor, cuddliness, special talents, and in some cases, bank vaults full of money. Get More »
What you'll probably notice first about the trailer for the maybe-Sundance-darling, "The Music Never Stopped" is… well… the music. Set to a rich soundtrack of favorites from the likes of Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead, the actual story seems to take a backseat.
(In the film's defense, the world's most legendary rock music was most certainly put there to inspire those twinges of nostalgia.)
Sure, there's fan-favorite J.K. Simmons playing a father struggling to connect with his son after a twenty-year hiatus. And then there's Lou Taylor Pucci as the son—who happens to have a brain tumor, which happens to have caused him long-term memory loss. Get More »