Directed by none other than Michael Bay, “I Love You” was the unsuccessful follow up to the juggernaut of Ice, Ice Baby, where Vanilla Ice completely shifted gears and tried to do a sincere, romantic slow jam with the terrible results you might expect.
The best weekend of the year for movies so far had The Lego Batman Movie on top while John Wick Chapter 2 managed to double the opening of it’s predecessor and Rings took a massive nosedive in it’s second weekend and Fifty Shades Darker made about half as much as it’s predecessor.
Every major holiday is fair game for the upcoming horror anthology featuring segments by Kevin Smith, Gary Shore, Scott Stewart, Nick McCarthy and more.
Shattering tons of record including all time February opening and all time R rated opening, Deadpool destroyed everything else at the box office over the holiday weekend.
Fifty Shades of Grey handily won the Valentine’s Day box office, breaking almost every February, holiday and R rated record.
It’s a classic battle of opposites this Valentine’s Day weekend as the crazy spy action movie Kingsman takes on crazy, S&M sleaze, Fifty Shades of Grey.
The Lego Movie shows no signs of stopping, easily crushing both of the new releases, especially since Pompeii bombed horribly.
Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) managed to lie, blackmail and even kill his way to the Vice Presidency in the first season of House of Cards, but can he hold on to that power going into Season 2 of Netflix’s critically acclaimed show?
The power ballads continue in Musical Montage this Valentine’s Day week with the theme from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, delivered by the dulcet tones of Bryan Adams.
This month we’re featuring the best of action ballads/love songs, what with Valentine’s Day and what have you, and to kick things off, the theme from Con Air, How Do I Live? by Trisha Yearwood, probably not something a lot of the cons in that movie would listen to.