On this week’s edition of ‘The Best Acting I’ve Ever Seen‘ – let’s talk about Netflix’s THE PUNISHER series, starring Jon Bernthal. Read more
On this week’s edition of ‘The Best Acting I’ve Ever Seen‘ – let’s talk about Paul Thomas Anderson’s THERE WILL BE BLOOD, starring Paul Dano and Daniel Day Lewis. Read more
Dare to go back when director Mike Flanagan continues the story of Danny Torrance, 40 years after his terrifying stay at the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” with “Doctor Sleep,” a screenplay based on the novel by Stephen King. Enter now for a chance to win a copy of the 4K Blu-ray! Read more
On this week’s edition of ‘The Best Acting I’ve Ever Seen‘ – let’s talk about James Gunn’s SUPER, starring Rainn Wilson as a mentally disturbed crime fighting vigilante.
On this week’s edition of ‘The Best Acting I’ve Ever Seen‘ – let’s talk about 2020’s biggest Oscar snub – The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) featuring stars Zack Gottsagen and Shia LaBeouf. Read more
From the Oscar-nominated director-writer-producer-star Edward Norton (“Birdman,” “American History X,” “Primal Fear”) comes the magnetic drama “Motherless Brooklyn.” Inspired by Jonathan Lethem’s novel by the same name, Norton aimed to transpose Lethem’s contemporary characters into a different period and plot and gave it a distinctive atmosphere by re-setting the drama in the 1950s—a time of great change in New York City. Enter now for a chance to win one of two copies! Read more
The 2020 Academy Awards will take place on February 9, 2020 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, hosted by nobody again? The fourth annual Oscar Battle Royale is here and the Fox Force Five News staff are competing head to head to see who can predict the most correct wins. Check out the full list of nominees below and check out our overall projected winners. UPDATED – RESULTS ARE IN! Read more
Called “fun for the whole family” (Mark Pacis, Nerd Reactor) and “full of laughs” (Jamie Mariano, The Movie Elite), the hilarious family comedy PLAYING WITH FIRE debuts on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand February 4 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Enter now for a chance to win a copy on Blu-ray! Read more
There have been a lot of great artists in hip hop over the years, but Eminem is arguably the best to ever do it. He has made controversial music since he first stepped on the scene in 1996 with Infinite. We all know his story thanks to the Oscar winning movie 8 Mile, but his style has evolved over the years and as a result, some fans have stopped listening. Other fans understand that in order to remain relevant, evolution is necessary in any kind of music. Eminem will never be what he was, but he’s still putting out quality music at almost 50 years old. Below is all of his albums ranked from worst to best. Read more
2019 was another year full of political chaos, a continuously depressing news cycle, environmental turmoil and turbulent discourse in all aspects of general conversation, but the medium of cinema and movie theaters were there to provide escapism for audiences looking to take a break from it all. And there was enough of it to go around for audiences of all genders, races and sexes, from the box-office record-breaking finale to a twenty-two movie-long saga in Avengers: Endgame and a surplus of strong directorial debuts from new female voices in filmmaking to unflinching looks at African-American life in the face of gentrification and epic trips down memory lane from legendary auteurs Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese. But what stood out the most this year were the films with hopeful messages about the future of mankind, authentic portraits of life from different parts of the country, and critiques of modern masculinity. That being said, the year in movies ended on such a strong note, that narrowing down the year’s best movies to just ten proved to be more than difficult. So without further ado, the following list takes a look back at the last year in movies, and the fifteen best films of 2019. Read more
2019 was a good year at the movies. Sure, 2019 brought us a handful of movies that I’ll surely revisit in the near future, but I honestly feel like it was a letdown year. But still, there were some great movies that came out in 2019. We experienced movies that acted like love letters to Hollywood. We experienced movies from a streaming service that turned in arguably more quality movies than any movie studio (their quantity also outweighed everyone else). We experienced movies that made Film Twitter mad. And finally, we experienced more movies that created all sorts of emotions, which continued to help us, the moviegoers, escape reality. These experiences are a part of why we love movies so much, and that is why we should always talk about the best of the best every year. Talk about the ones that deserve the attention. Ones that you may have not heard about that absolutely deserve your time (and money).
On this week’s edition of ‘The Best Acting I’ve Ever Seen‘ – let’s revisit Richard Brake’s enigmatic performance in Rob Zombie’s highly underrated ’31’ (2016). Read more