Chariots of Flail: Tracking the Goofiest Runs in Cinema History

Whether it’s a high-speed foot chase in an action movie, a contemplative character-building jog, or triumphant track-and-field accomplishments in films like Chariots of Fire and Prefontaine, running has long been a part of films. There’s something inherently cinematic to the act of running – it lends a sense of kinetic urgency to action sequences, or

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EXCLUSIVE REPORT: 50 Movie Titles That Sound Like Love-Making Techniques

Many hours of scientific research have yielded the following data, suitable for citation in academic journals. Speculation as to what any of these “sex moves” would entail is beyond the scope of our project and frankly not suitable for serious scholarly discussion. The Greasy Strangler The Constant Gardener The Sting The Iceman Cometh The Distinguished

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Acronym Titles Ranked According to How Fun They Are to Say Aloud

One of this weekend’s most anticipated new movies — or to put it more accurately, this week’s most anticipated new movie about motorcycle-riding police officers in California — is CHiPs (Cannibalistic Humanoid Police). The film stars world-renowned funnyman and husband to Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, who also directed, wrote, and produced the film. We haven’t

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Tale As Old As Time: Disney’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Gay Nontroversy

The rapidly growing self-cannibalization wing of Walt Disney Pictures has manufactured a new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast that courted controversy from the moment it was announced. First people were upset by the casting of normal human actors in roles previously intended for enchanted knick-knacks (where else is a talking candlestick supposed to get work

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