Pieces of art are often representative of the time in which they were created, obviously, that's just how art works. In some cases, a single character from a film can sum up the zeitgeist of the world onto whose screens the character was projected. These movie characters are the characters of their decade, maybe not the greatest characters of the decade, but characters who represent the decade in which their films were released.
Here are the actors whose failed attempts at New York and New Jersey accents will live on long after my tank tops have decomposed.
That male sexuality in film is often reduced to brash confidence denying the subtler and more dour moments between sexual conquests. True, men don't have the monopoly on masturbation, but they look funnier doing it — as if churning butter or grinding meat before the industrial revolution. The good news is babies aren't born, and true love waits. Let us celebrate some evocative wanks with the following ode to men masturbating in film.
Click through to get to know the women you should be spending your money to see on the big screen this weekend and champion women in film.
She's All That was actually penned by the master of the twist ending, M. Night Shyamalan. So today I'm going to help old mate M. Night out, taking key moments from She's All That and re-imagining them alongside dialogue from some of his more otherworldly movies...
This definitely isn't Leonardo DiCaprio's first time playing a bearded crazy person (that would be his role as Howard Hughes in The Aviator), but there are a number of different advantages that he has in depicting the life story of someone who managed to bring down an entire royal family (and get alluded to as being Satan incarnate in a classic Rolling Stones song). This may be the Oscar baiting role that DiCaprio was born to play. Here are some reasons why.
If the brand-new trailer for Woody Allen's latest film, Blue Jasmine, is any indication, his winning streak of making actually great movies again will continue, and he's been watching a lot of Boardwalk Empire (Michael Stulbarg and Bobby Cannavale in the same movie!).
Lately movie trailers have been the bane of my cinema-going existence. Well, maybe bane is a somewhat dramatic word to use, but it’s kind of true. The relationship between movie trailers and I is a love-hate one. I mean, who hates trailers? Who doesn’t love to see an exciting preview for an upcoming film release that might excite them, leaving them eager to see more? Well, me, that’s who. Read on to find out what trailers bother me the most.
It's been a minute since Emmanuelle Seigner graced silver screens, but that's about to change now that Sundance has picked up Roman Polanski's Venus in Fur.