There’s a movie coming out this Friday called Need For Speed. It stars Aaron Paul as a street racer. I know what you’re thinking. Didn’t a movie about street racing just come out last week? And the week before that? And the week before that? And every other week in the history of movie-making? It really feels like it, doesn’t it? More
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The movie open with Liam Neeson making a mixed drink in his car with a toothbrush. So right away we know that he not only has a serious drinking problem, but also a dental hygiene one. More
It’s not only a hilarious story but also a naughty one. Michelle might be getting some coal in her stocking this Christmas for telling it, and we might also for listening to it and laughing. And you’re totally going to laugh when you hear it. More
Because we’ll be damned if we’re gonna watch some stupid animated kids’ movie of Hungry Hungry Hippos, right? More
Going into the screening of Taken 2, I was fairly certain I’d essentially be seeing a remake. Regardless, I was excited. I mean, how can you go wrong with Liam Neeson? While Taken 2 is an action movie about seeking revenge, it’s really a heartwarming tale about family, love, loyalty and friendship. (Warning, some spoilers.) More
Think you know Thor, or The Room, or Mean Girls? You’ll never look at them the same after they get the “if you watch it backwards” meme treatment. More
The movie industry needs a movie so deliriously awful that it keeps you entertained for two hours, and Battleship perfectly fits that bill. To convince you to actually pay for this movie, I’ve broken down the major factors that made it such a guilty pleasure, from Rihanna‘s wooden acting to the 20 minutes where they actually play Battleship. More
First there were Traveling Pants, next there were Transformers, now we have Battleship. It seems like movies can get produced that are based on just about anything these days. It’s great to find inspiration in unusual places, but a movie based on the board game Battleship takes “unusual” to extremes. While many, many people might be tempted to think about what other board games would look like as movies, I’ve followed the “Battleship” trend by taking things much, much further until it borders on the nonsensical.
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“When you have a town now that has put so much premium on boys instead of men,” The Grey director Joe Carnahan says, it’s no surprise that Liam Neeson is the only actor who’s experienced real loss and tragedy. More
Inspired by Liam Neeson‘s glass knuckles in the trailer for The Grey, we’ve created a Liam Neeson paper doll. He comes quipped with innocuous household objects like a Swiffer and a Statue of Liberty headband, which he can use as weapons against kidnappers and/or bloodthirsty wolves. More
If you’re looking for something amusing to watch while you scarf down your lunch, look no further than this newly released clip of Liam Neeson making a cameo on Ricky Gervais and Stephan Merchant‘s new BBC comedy show, Life’s Too Short. More
Even before its first official trailer came out today, Battleship has a healthy amount of skepticism attached to it. For one, it’s a pretty odd cast: Liam Neeson is the one serious actor overseeing hotties Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgård, Brooklyn Decker, and Rihanna. Then, of course, there’s the matter of turning our favorite childhood strategy game into a movie. We’ll go into the possible mechanics of the plot in a few, but first: The strangely inconspicuous Rihanna. More
Haven’t heard of Gods Behaving Badly? It’s okay; we hadn’t either, until recently. The upcoming film, based on the novel of the same name, follows the ancient Greek gods, who, it turns out, are not only alive and well but managing a brownstone in New York. Last week, casting was announced, and believe you me, it looks like it’s going to be hilarious. Oliver Platt as Apollo? Win! Edie Falco as Artemis? Sold! John Turturro as Hades? On par with James Woods! Christopher Walken as Zeus? PERFECT. We’ve walked you through the actors who have played the Devil before; so now, in honor of Gods Behaving Badly, we bring 14 actors who have all played gods, ranging from Greek to Norse to Christian to fantasy deities. Time to get smiting! More