Overexposure can be a very bad thing.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Going song for song, dissecting who had the better verse.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles should beat up whoever's in charge of their music, as this list proves.
Seriously, you won't BELIEVE who's number one. And when you click on the link, you'll be like "NO WAY!" and then I'll have that click money forever.
The songs we can't help but sing along to.
"Humans only use 10% of their brain capacity?" Puh-lease. Sci-fi, step away from these clichés.
Game taught by arguably the best trio of friends in urban cinema.
We recap the songs that have already defined our 2014.
I hate them. You hate them. We all hate them.
Hollywood polled itself to ask what Hollywood's favorite movies are, which is actually just perfect.
Clint Eastwood is undeniably an icon. But on the eve of the release of 'Jersey Boys,' we evaluated his last decade of filmmaking and realized it hasn't been his best.
EW does a nice ranking job, except they forgot THE MOST IMPORTANT SCENE OF THE CENTURY.
The return of Stargate is good news... but we've got a few reservations.
This took me like forty minutes, Warner Bros. Try harder next time.
When asked if he's upset that Sports Illustrated has him on a list of sports' most disliked people, Nick Saban did his Nick Saban thing.
Sometimes, only music can offer the best apology.
Because we will never ever pass up a chance to speak on <em>The Wire</em>.
Twenty years ago today, Spike Lee released what is arguably the quintessential family movie of the Hip-Hop era with his 1994 flick. We reminisce.
More cougars? More cougars.
Bitter enemies can bury the hatchet, even in Hollywood.