Looking Back At The Sexual Politics Of “Chasing Amy” 20 Years Later
In 1997, Kevin Smith’s romantic comedy about a guy who falls in love with a lesbian quickly became a cult favorite — but it also pissed off a bunch of queer people. Smith talks about the film’s origins, how he dealt with the backlash, and what he thinks of Chasing Amy's legacy.
The "Five Favorite Films" Of Interesting People
"What are your five favorite films?" is the question Rotten Tomatoes has been posing to celebrities for years. Here are some of the most revealing lists they have published. Please, add your own top five in the comments (and explain why they are the best, that makes it way more interesting)!
The Most Anticipated Movies Of Summer 2012
Some of the year's most epic movies come out in the summertime, and judging by the line-up for Summer 2012, we definitely won't be disappointed. Check out some of the most highly anticipated movies that we're already buying advanced tickets for. Regardless of what movies you see this summer, you should always look to movie lovers, not critics for your reviews. Watch Spoilers with Kevin Smith, a Hulu Original Series doing just that.
Directors With The Biggest Cult Followings
Despite their limited audiences, it's hard to deny that directors with cult followings are very talented... in one way or another. Here are ten directors whose films have attracted the largest cult followings. And if you want the chance to talk about movies with one of them, check out Spoilers with Kevin Smith, a Hulu Original Series.
Kevin Smith's Greatest Film Characters
Kevin Smith is notorious for his reoccurring characters in almost all of his movies. These characters are a cut above the rest. And if you can't get enough of Kevin Smith, he's hosting a Hulu Original Series called "Spoilers," which is a talk show based around movies—featuring movie lovers, not movie critics.
Judd Apatow vs. Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith's attempt to exploit the "I'm F*cking" celebrity video phenomenon to promote his new movie Zack and Miri Make a Porno feels like a mediocre version of a Judd Apatow-style viral stunt, especially since the movie features Apatow veterans Seth Rogan and Elizabeth Banks.