Hock Films did a phenomenal job. The film is drawing great praise pretty much everywhere you look.
Video: Wingo, Schlereth, and Bruschi Cram 17 ‘Princess Bride’ References Into a Half-Hour of NFL Kickoff
ESPN’s Trey Wingo, Mark Schlereth, and Teddy Bruschi had some fun on Friday’s NFL Kickoff, finding creative ways to incorporate references to the 1987 classic The Princess Bride into their analysis.
I still stand by my original 10 Most Unrealistic Sports Scenes in Movie History, but I decided to make a second list – a sequel, if you will – to shed light on some more awful sports scenes.
Like most other thirtysomething American men, I saw The Dark Knight Rises this weekend and enjoyed it. But I left the theater with one nagging question on my mind: What’s up with the pro football team from Rapid City?
The midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises is tonight, which means Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy comes to an end. In honor of the premiere I have decided to make a list of the five most memorable aspects from the second film in Nolan’s trilogy, The Dark Knight.
The 90s was definitely an interesting decade for movies. You probably saw the most popular and most talked about movies, so Tyler would like to share some of my favorites from the decade that you may have missed.
Since there is an entire generation of adults who weren’t alive to see these great movies from the 1980s (geez, just typing that makes me feel old), this could serve as a guide to helping America’s youth strike cinematic gold. Oh, and this list was created with one notable caveat: no sports movies allowed.
Few movie stars have as broad and diverse a catalog of movies to choose a a top 10 list from as Tom Cruise. But a Tom Cruise favorite movie list is not an easy list to compile.
Stumbled across this a few minutes ago, and it is awesome. The aptly named Redditor ur_killing_me_smalls uses the profile image and cover photo combo below on his Facebook account.
Here is Keith’s list of the 10 best baseball movies of all time. He tries to keep spoilers to a minimum, but if you’re a baseball fan and haven’t seen these movies you have no excuse.
On the heels of the exciting announcement on Conan that there is going to be a sequel to Anchorman – featuring one of the best Will Ferrell characters ever in Ron Burgundy – I would like to offer you up his 10 best movies of all time.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced today that it will once again change the format of the Hunger Games, the popular sporting event in which youth from Panem’s twelve districts fight to the death in a Capitol arena.
I always find The Oscars to be nauseatingly self-deferential and haughty, even for an awards show. But I do love me some Emma Stone, so I was please when my tweet about not watching the Oscars was responded to with the following comment: “Emma Stone, dude. You missed a great moment.” Here’s the video.
With Moneyball nominated for 6 Academy Awards, this is a perfect time to take a look at the sports scenes in movies that were done remarkably well. Keith Mullett, MSF’s official Connoisseur of Sports Cinema, presents his 10 best sports movie scenes of all-time.
“Be the difference. Go out and find that one child, that new kid standing over there by himself. Be willing to stand up for him.” Great idea for a movie.