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The 20 Greatest Middle-earth Movie Moments from 'The Lord of the Rings' and 'The Hobbit'
In their extended (and superior) cuts, the three films of the Lord of the Rings trilogy run 680 minutes. That's just over 11-and-a-half hours. Add in the six or so hours from the first two Hobbit movies and you have a lot of movie. Now, picking the 20 best single moments from these five movies doesn't seem so foolhardy. If anything, it seems too difficult! How do you narrow that much content down? After revisiting The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, we managed to select 20 scenes that stand out above the rest. Consider this a brief primer on just how great these can be before you return to...
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25 Things You Might Not Know About 'The Hobbit'
Peter Jackson is bringing movie audiences back to Middle-earth one last time this month for the final adventure (at least for now) sprung from the mind of The Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the last installment of a three-part adaptation of Tolkien's The Hobbit, the story that first introduced readers to the hobbits, dwarves, elves and various other magical creatures that inhabit his imaginary world. While there's no shortage of information to digest in both The Lord of the Rings franchise and The Hobbit, there's a lot you probably won't learn from the movies that's not only pretty fascinating, but also some great fuel for pre- and post-movie conversation.  
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'[REC] 4: Apocalypse' Director Jaume Balagueró Lines Up a Bank-Robbery Thriller, Plus a New Horror Movie
In just a few weeks Magnola Pictures will release [REC] 4: Apocalypse, the latest sequel in the fantastic Spanish zombie series first started by Paco Plaza and Jaume Balagueró back in 2007. What's particularly cool about the [REC] sequels is that they have yet to just rehash what made the first movie so terrifying. 2 is more of an action movie, 3 is a fun, playful party movie, and now 4 has a bit of a sci-fi flavor to it. Directed by Balagueró, [REC] 4: Apocalypse involves characters from the first three movies all being brought together on a boat by scientists who are trying to prevent the further spread of the zombielike virus. Their plan is to reverse engineer a cure from Angela (Manuela Velasco), but as you can guess, things do not go...
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Love Christmas Movies? Here Are All the New DVDs and Blu-rays You Need to Know About
It’s officially That Time of Year, the only time when your grocery store carries eggnog, when wearing a sweater with a light-up reindeer on it seems like a good idea, and when Andy Williams and Johnny Mathis find themselves getting serious radio airplay. It’s also the season for DVD companies to dig into the vaults and find cool treasures that fit perfectly into the Christmas season.   Christmas Movies: A long-buried vintage classic that has recently reemerged as a popular favorite – and if my holiday movie guide Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas played even a tiny role in that, then I’m thrilled – is 1940’s Remember the Night (TCM/Universal), which makes its Blu-ray debut this year. Written by the great Preston Sturges and...
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Watch: If Quentin Tarantino, Terrence Malick and Christopher Nolan Made Christmas Movies
November and December are always good for a holiday-themed movie or several, but ever notice how many of today's biggest and most popular filmmakers tend not to make straight-up Christmas movies? At least not often enough, if you ask us. So if we want to see folks like Quentin Tarantino, Terrence Malick, Christopher Nolan and Alfred Hitchcock inject a little of that holiday spirit straight into our jingle-bell'n souls, we have to rely on spoof videos like the one below, courtesy of Fourgrounds and Suitcase in Point Theatre Company.   This isn't the first time they've staged a holiday-themed video showcasing the fictional Christmas movies from popular filmmakers. Check out last year's version, too.   If you had to pick one filmmaker to...
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'Home Alone' Fun Facts: Did You Know Macauley Culkin Had a 30-Year-Old Stunt Double?
The folks at CineFix are back with another installment in their annual holiday series that takes you behind the scenes of some of the season’s most beloved films, and this year they’re tackling Home Alone. The new clip, 9 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Home Alone, takes you on a guided tour of Chris Columbus’ 1990 holiday classic wherein a young Macauley Culkin gets left alone for the holidays, and then outwits the criminals trying to rob his house. If you’ve never seen it, we have to wonder what you’re doing with your life!   The new video is chock-full of interesting trivia. The most fascinating piece is a revelation that Macauley Culkin’s stunt double was actually a 30-year-old man named Larry Nicholas. Nicholas...
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Find Out Why Charlie Sheen Is Reprising His 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Character
When most people hear the name Charlie Sheen, they invariably think of Two and a Half Men and that strange stretch in 2011 when he was all about #tigerblood and #winning. However, the older amongst us remember a younger, purer Charlie Sheen – the devil-may-care bad boy of the Brat Pack who stole Jennifer Grey’s heart in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Now, three decades later, Sheen is reprising that role for a whole new generation. The actor is set to appear on an upcoming episode of ABC’s comedy series The Goldbergs, where he’ll run into series regular Hayley Orrantia in a police station as the show pays homage to the beloved John Hughes film. Charlie looks a little rougher around the edges than he did back in the 1980s, but it’s still...
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Watch: R2-D2 and Chopper Star in Lucasfilm's Adorable 2014 Holiday Card
Every year the minds at Lucasfilm are known for sending these really fun, creative holiday cards to their coworkers, friends and family. They've been sending these cards for decades, and almost all of them feature Star Wars characters with Yoda and R2-D2 appearing more often than others. This year Lucasfilm put together a short animated video for its holiday card, and not only is it quite an adorable watch, but it may also tease a future animated TV show starring R2-D2 and Chopper, the crazy new droid from Star Wars: Rebels. Heck, look at these two -- who wouldn't watch that? The only thing this card is missing is BB-8, the super-popular droid featured ever so briefly in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer, though something tells us BB-8 will make an...
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Movie News: New 'Jurassic World' Image Features Dinosaur; Watch 'Minions' Arrive in 1968 New York!
Jurassic World: Colin Trevorrow, director of the upcoming Jurassic World, shared a new image from the movie featuring Chris Pratt and… a dinosaur, accompanied by the message: "Happy Holidays from the editing room. Do not try this at home." We'll find out more when the movie rolls into theaters on June 12. [Twitter]   Boyhood: President Barack Obama has weighed in on the most pressing issue of the day: his favorite film of 2014. “Boyhood was a great movie," he told an interviewer. "That, I think, was my favorite movie this year.” Mrs. Obama, describing her favorite book of the year, stated: “I’ve read others [since, but] I read Gone Girl a couple summers ago, which is one of my favorites. The book is much better than...
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The Best of 2014: What's Your Favorite Horror Movie?
Previously on The Best of 2014: What's Your Favorite Action Movie? What's Your Favorite Comedy Movie? What's Your Favorite Superhero Movie?   Is it possible to see every horror film released in a given year? Aren't there just thousands of them, of all budgets (or no budget) and with all kinds of distribution (or no distribution), making it difficult to be a total authority on the whole genre? And horror has so many subgenres -- slasher, splatter, supernatural, psychological, sci-fi and of course comedy, to name a few. There are movies that focus on being gory and other movies that focus on being scary. There are movies with monsters, movies with haunted houses and movies with boogeymen originating from children's books. Yes, let's begin by...
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