There was no gracious smiling from our Samuel. Oh no.
Are you one bad mother****er? Take this quiz to find out.
From Pulp Fiction to pulp fiction.
L’étudiant Morgan Spence a combiné sa passion pour le cinéma et les Lego dans son dernier projet. Le résultat est bluffant !
Plus some other things.
For Pete’s sake, they tell you what the chocolates are on the back of the box!
SAY “WHAT” AGAIN! I DARE YOU. I DOUBLE DARE YOU.
PS : on ne vous en voudra pas si vous n’avez pas vu « Oncle Boonmee. »
This should be the future of all movie posters, IMO. Thanks to this awesome Imgur user for creating the poster art.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
Do you know what they call a quiz in Paris?
Wait — which porn star was in Ghostbusters?
Were you born slippy? Do you believe you can fly? Will your heart go on? Time to find out.
Plus 16 recruitment secrets from an actual sorority, drones that deliver beer, and ZOMBIE BEES.
“Do you know what they call a quarter pounder in France?”
Los Angeles may be the entertainment capital of the world, but depicting the diverse and complicated city on film is easier said than done. Here are 40 movies that got it right, for better or worse, presented in chronological order.
It was a big year for Jim Carrey.
Our favorite features about the big names of the year — including pieces on Miley, Lindsay, Taylor, MJ, the veep, and many more.
Graphic artist Niege Borges breaks down all the dance moves you’ve secretly wanted to know.
“Lump Fiction” is born. There’s no better doppelganger of Samuel L. Jackson than Jake the Dog.
Seriously, why do these businesses not exist?
RIP you magnificent man. Though he is gone, his immeasurable contribution to the sci-fi/fantasy genre will live on.
Why turn to violence when all you need is a positive attitude and a powerful thumbs-up?
Campy, hilariously strange, awkward, these vintage covers are reminders of how far we’ve come from outdated LGBT stereotypes. A gay safari does sound kind of fun, though.
Spoiler Alert: K is for Kill Bill. Created by Meagan Hyland.
You know this won’t end well.
If men are going to talk about hamburgers, they should be going to a cookout, not going to kill someone. An imaginary rejected pitch meeting for the Tarantino classic.
Now, you can completely understand the plot of “Pulp Fiction.” “Citizen Kane” next, please.