Sometimes you just want to see one person hit another person as hard as they can. To sate this lizard-brain bloodlust, you can watch boxing or UFC or join a local fight club or start a fist fight with a co-worker you hate. But the safest arena in which to enjoy violence, is, of course, the movies.
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It's a few nights of sleep till the jolly old elf himself, Santa Claus, brings good little boys and girls the toys they've been wishing for al…
If movie audiences must be forever inundated with comic-book superheroes for the remainder of recorded time, may all the movies be as clever, sweet and visually striking as “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”
Kevin Hart announced on Twitter early Friday morning that he was stepping down from hosting this year's Oscars ceremony after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences asked him to apologize for a number of his old tweets that used homophobic language, which he initially refused to do.
Is the 8-year-old boy (played by Macaulay Culkin) in 1990’s pain- and humiliation-filled Christmas classic “Home Alone” in fact more the villain than the hero?
My biggest surprise so far this holiday season is a little Netflix movie called “The Christmas Chronicles,” starring Kurt Russell as a Santa Claus searching for his lost magical hat.
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