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The Point-Of-View Shots From Films By The Coen Brothers

The Coen brothers are true filmmakers who employ a certain amount of mastery and art and variety to their work that few directors can match. Joel and Ethan Coen are so good at what they do that they can make any sort of film all sorts of watchable. Here’s something that could connect their movies stylistically though: the point-of-view shot.


Incredible Video Shows Every Jason Statham Punch Ever From All His Movies

Some people dedicate their lives to doing good by building houses, killing mosquitos, being a doctor and making sure people can get water or something. Other people dedicate their lives to a much simpler cause that is totally different but is absolutely still improving the world around us: by punching as many people as possible in as many movies as possible for the most entertainment as possible. That’s Jason Statham.


The Apple Original Content Rumour Is Back

According to a report on Variety, citing the usual collection of anonymous sources, Apple is considering a move into producing its own TV and movies. This rumour is as new as the rumours about Apple producing a TV, or a touchscreen iMac, or (insert consumer tech product here). But could this year be THE YEAR? This is the internet, so let’s speculate wildly.


The Steve Jobs Documentary Apple Doesn't Want You To See

Remember when Steve Jobs abandoned his daughter and refused to pay child support despite being worth millions of dollars? Alex Gibney’s new documentary Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, which hits cinemas, iTunes and VOD on Friday, September 4, is at once a study of the late visionary’s unrelenting optimism about the power of computers to change the world and a portrait of a ruthless businessman who trampled others’ lives on the way to his goals.


Netflix Is Losing Big Movies Next Month, And Hulu Picked Them Right Up

Over the weekend, Netflix announced the service would be losing lots of big ticket blockbusters next month. Within hours, Hulu announced it would be scooping up those very movies. The streaming wars continue.


The Science And The Fiction Behind Blade Runner

Science — or strange permutations of it at least — is everywhere in the cinema. At any one time on movie screens around the world, humans are being threatened by lethal viruses, cured from terminal illness by miracle elixirs, rendered superhuman with bionic limbs or made obsolete by robots possessing artificial intelligence.


Who Causes More Destruction In Superhero Movies? Heroes Or Villains?

Lost in all those superhero comic book flicks that hijack too many screens in movie theatres is how in preventing a villain from let’s say, world destruction or universe domination, the superhero becomes responsible for a lot of damage to a city. Like seriously, cities get messed up. Imagine being a citizen of a world that has superheroes and like Superman just destroyed your apartment building. That would suck.


How To Get Instant Movie Reviews From Google

In Google’s ideal world, you would never have to leave the search results page to find the information you need, which is why it continues to extend its Knowledge Graph strategy to bring you more bite-sized summaries before you’ve clicked through to any other site. The latest stream of data to be added to Google’s system? Movie reviews.


Back To The Future's DeLorean Was Almost A Refrigerator

Back to the Future is basically the perfect movie. But it totally could have been just a bad ’80s movie if a few things went differently. Like if Eric Stoltz never got replaced with Michael J. Fox, if the movie had used a refrigerator as the time machine instead of the DeLorean or if the movie was called Spaceman from Pluto instead (seriously). All those things could have happened!


Honest Trailer Of Mad Max: Fury Road Reconfirms How Improbably Awesome It Was

Video: If there is one thing all of humanity can agree on it’s that Mad Max: Fury Road was pretty much the most awesomest action movie this year. But it’s even more awesome to think about how impossible that awesomeness was: it’s a franchise whose last movie was 30 years ago. Its director did Happy Feet and Babe. Mad Max barely says anything in the entire movie! And yet, awesome.


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