The Oscar nominations were revealed last week and Steven Spielberg's Lincoln lead the way with 12 nominations total. No doubt most of us are familiar with Spielberg's work, but, now that his name will be mentioned in the litany of Oscar speculation that will lead up to the ceremony, how much do you really know about his movies and career? We've got a quick and easy guide to help you speak like a Spielberg expert in just a few hours, with facts about his movies that you might not know and special attention given to Spielberg's illustrious Academy Award history. See Which Spielberg Classics Made our list >> Posted 01.14.13 by Ryan
If Robert Rodriguez's Machete is even half as good as the trailer, the pic will certainly be the best movie featuring the knife named in the title. Meanwhile, the title character's knife-adorned wardrobe — and the clip of Danny Trejo swinging a bladed morning star and bungee jumping with entrails — begged the question: What are the most memorable movie scenes where a knife plays a leading role?
see the 10 scenes that made our list >> Posted 09.03.10 by reelz
Tonight's Hollywood's Top Ten takes a look at movie scenes where the romance or drama is intensified by rain. Which movies made the list? Find out in the clip below. Then tune in tonight at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT to see the full episode, or catch one of its encore showings. ReelzChannel is 299 on Dish, 238 on DirecTV, and available on your cable system. Posted 07.23.10 by reelz
Yesterday The American Film Institute unveiled an updated version of its top 100 movies of all time, with Orson Welles's 1941 masterpiece Citizen Kane once again topping the distinguished list.
AFI issued its first top-100 list in 1998 in commemoration of the institute's 100th anniversary. If the updated rankings are any indication, AFI apparently doesn't think much of movies made over the last decade. The new list includes only four films released after the initial rankings were compiled: Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Saving Private Ryan, Titanic and The Sixth Sense.
Click here for the full list of AFI's top 100 movies of all time. Posted 06.21.07 by reelz