Tag Archives: Raiders of the Lost Ark
This week: Joss Whedon reinvigorates the horror genre with the shockingly clever "The Cabin in the Woods," starring a pre-Thor Chris Hemsworth.
Also new this week is the sweet senior comedy "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," the music documentary "Katy Perry: Part of Me" and the Blu-ray collection "Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures." Get More »
Thirty-one years ago, Marion, Sallah, Marcus, Belloq and a bespectacled college professor named Indiana Jones went searching for the biblical MacGuffin known as the Ark of the Covenant and unearthed one of the most popular movies of all-time.
Now you and perhaps those kids you didn't have (or were) the first time you saw it can experience the face-melting awesomeness of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" in glorious IMAX, bigger and better than ever before, and Yahoo! Movies has the trailer that will lead you right to the loot in September. Get More »
You've probably heard of RateMyProfessors.com, the site that lets college students evaluate teachers in a variety of categories, including hotness (let's face it, we all had/have that one professor we crushed on).
We wondered what it would be like if some of our favorite movie profs were rated by their students. And some of the ratings surprised us... until we read the comments. Get More »
Guys really love their balls. They love holding them, whacking them and chasing them with glee. And sometimes, men just like to gaze at their balls fondly. Yes, it's hard to get between a dude and a ball if his mind's set on playing with it.
A recently released photo of Michael Fassbender from the highly anticipated sci-fi epic "Prometheus" got us in the mood to explore this (totally wholesome and impossible to misconstrue) subject matter. So to keep you well-rounded on the topic, here's some great moments between man and man's true best friend.
Thirty years ago a little, off-the-radar "Indy" movie made its way into theaters via the fertile imaginations of director Steven Spielberg and writer/producer George Lucas. The film: "Raiders of the Lost Ark." The cultural impact: immeasurable.
The chronicle of the Nazi quest to uncover the lost Ark of the Covenant and Professor Indiana Jones' attempt to beat them to the punch took 1940s Saturday matinee adventure tropes and gave them a much needed shot of adrenaline, or whatever people took in the '80s. Get More »
We know that keeping up with the hourly changes happening in Egypt can be a little difficult. To fully understand why hundreds of thousand of people are marching in the streets, pushing for a regime change that they hope will facilitate the country's increased prosperity, involves lots of mutating entanglements and historical context.
Fear not, though. A Twitter user named Furrygirl, realizing that everything is better explained through film, gives us the highly politicized but fairly accurate portrayal of how we got here. And you get to see Toht's face melt. Win win. Get More »