Meeting your favorite celebrity is an exciting experience. I should know. After all, once I saw Jack Nicolson in Los Angeles traffic and got so excited that I crashed my car into a tree. I wasn’t hurt (thanks for asking), but if I had been, I would’ve had nothing to worry about because now a days celebrities are saving everybody. More
After a Redditor posted an illustrated guide to how Jack and Rose could have easily shared the plank in Titanic, another Redditor invoked the laws of physics to prove that Rose was maybe a little less selfish than we thought. Maybe. More
You can only watch Titanic so many times before you start to grow tired of the entire story. Ship departs, ship hits iceberg, ship sinks. We all know the story. Almost as well as we know that the Jack could have fit onto that board with Rose. More
Fun fact: Ellen DeGeneres, talk show host extraordinaire, originally played a minor character in Titanic. More
Should you go see Titanic 3D in theaters? Hell yes. Better yet, do IMAX so you can experience the thrilling dive to the real shipwreck, the opulence of the fake ship, Rose’s selfishness, and the sinking with new eyes. I don’t always agree with James Cameron, but he was completely right in re-releasing this classic movie in 3D. More
Titanic 3D premieres today in theaters and I’m already in a metaphorical lifeboat, trying to row as far away from that disaster as possible. And by that disaster I obviously mean Rose Dewitt Bukater Hockley Dawson. More
If you ever see Kate Winslet in a bar, do should not, under any circumstances, put My Heart Will Go On on the jukebox. She will not find it cute, and she will puke all over your dumb face. More
It’s over. Leo and I are over. It had to happen at some point, I just didn’t think it would be today. More
What is it about romantic movies that have us dragging our friends and loved ones to the theaters, renting them off Netflix, and wearing out the DVDs with repeat viewings? These tales of star-crossed lovers — or best friends whose affection grows into something deeper — give us hope that we can have it, too. Not the kidnappings, letters from the grave, or time travel (though those would be fun), but the enduring, can’t-be-without-you love that powers each of the outlandish plots that we adore.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s a list of our picks for the Most Romantic Movies Of Our Time. For the most part, I tried to pick more recognizable romantic comedies and dramas from the ’90s and ’00s, but there are a few ’80s stragglers. (I promise they’re worth it.) More
Ever wondered who’s the random German guy who’s in New Year’s Eve opposite Seth Meyers? It’s Til Schweiger — who turns 48 today — and it turns out he’s not so random. More
With the re-release of James Cameron‘s Titanic, 15 years after its original release date and rendered in 3-D, we have the rare opportunity of seeing how a studio reevaluates its marketing strategy for a beloved film. For what it’s worth, the 3-D doesn’t really translate in the new trailer. Obviously it’ll show up on the IMAX screen in 2012, but for now it seemed as if this were just the original trailer, but sharper.
How wrong I was. More
You’ve done it again, Reddit! The forum has been our way of finding out movie secrets from other eagle-eyed viewers, and for the most part, it’s a fun discovery. After all, we weren’t too broken up to discover that Michael Bay reused the same footage from Pearl Harbor for Transformers. But this… this is just cruel. More
We’ve uncovered a weird phenomenon in movies and TV: You cast two actors to play a parent and child, and yet they’re only a few years apart! Jack from Will & Grace (via TV Tropes) sums it up best: “This is just like The OC, except without twenty-five-year-old teenagers and thirty-five-year-old parents.” More