7 Heist-Movie Pitches Guaranteed to Match the Success of The Fast and the Furious or Go Down Trying (Because Really, Who Can Guarantee These Things Anyway?)

The Fate of the Furious opens this weekend, and while reviews have been mixed it’s safe to say the film continues the trend of this being the most absurd and unlikely franchise since Police Academy’s eight-film reign. The Fast movies found their second wind after shifting from street racing to ridiculous action and heists, so

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10 Things We Learned About Man’s Search For Meaning In A World Devoid Of It from the Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

In case you missed it, the new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer dropped recently, and it looks insane! As with any Marvel movie, the trailer is filled with Easter Eggs that I’m betting even hardcore Spidey fans may not have picked up on. Let’s take a deep dive and explore what the new trailer tells us about

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Which Disney Princesses Would the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Movies Be?

(Editor’s note: Please enjoy this transparent attempt to get traffic by combining two of the Internet’s favorite things. There’s plenty more where this came from!) Which Disney Princesses Would the ‘Fast and the Furious’ Movies Be? The Fast and the Furious = Snow White Every cultural movement has to begin somewhere. Sometimes, as in the case of

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Calling Christian Movies to Repentance

The last few years have seen the intriguing rise of a niche market in theatrical film releases: the Christian film. Made for and marketed explicitly to white Christian conservatives, films like Heaven is for Real, God’s Not Dead and The Shack have found surprising popularity with their target audiences, despite critical derision. With the upcoming

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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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