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We think we might be totally in love with Jennifer Lopez in this deep red romper but we need some convincing. On the one hand, the "I Luh Ya Papi" singer looks like she's wearing a set of too tight PJs. The shiny fabric feels a tad tacky for out-of-the-bedroom wear. But the old school shape hugs this curvy beauty in all the best places, making her feel like a showgirl from the '40s. Can't you see her popping out of a giant cake to sing a quick little ditty like in "Singin' In the Rain?" Would a modern belt help take this vintage look into 2.0 territory? Or maybe it's the dark shade that needs a reboot? We are used to seeing the queen of The Bronx in something a bit bolder and »
Guess what unforgettable movie about people wanting to forget is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary?
Have you ever thought about what your favorite shot from it is? Or which shot best represents the movie as a whole? Have you ever wondered how it can possibly be that the cinematographer Ellen Kuras has only done 4 narrative features in the ten years since?
You know where this is going right?!
Break out the bubbly because "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" returns on March 18th (We're moving it to Tuesdays at 9 Pm to give people the weekend to screen the movies and be ready!). If you're new to the blog or haven't yet experimented with actually participating, I guarantee a good time. Everyone who has participating religiously has said that they've gotten a ton out of it. Plus it proves the point 'the more the merrier' because the best episodes offer »
- NATHANIEL R
3 Notes. Oh don't click away you have time to read them. And yes I'll be live tweeting and a little light blogging tonight
01. Like The Film Experience on Facebook. Follow Nathaniel on Twitter, Pinterest? Why am I so needy? It's like this: Once Oscar night wraps up I experience something like a free fall; help me pull that parachute string.
02. We're here all year -- it's not just an Oscar site so don't abandon us if you're exhausted by Oscar shenanigans. There's only one more week of it, recapping this year's Oscars, filmbitching, and we'll close out the annual festivities with that Supporting Actress Smackdown we promised (yes, the one I flubbed that you've been impatient for). After that one eye returns to brand new movies and pinch of tv and the other to occasional trips back to favored oldies in A Year With Kate, Seasons of Bette, and Hit Me. »
- NATHANIEL R
Amazon's Gold Box Deal of the Day is a doozy if you want to beef up your Blu-ray collection with classics. For today only, Amazon is selling Best of Warner Bros 50 Film Collection on Blu-ray for 70% off. The set is loaded with classic films from 1932 to 2010 including Casablanca, The Wizard of Oz, Singin' in the Rain, Bullitt, Dirty Harry, Superman, Unforgiven, Goodfellas, The Shining, and The Lord of the Rings trilogy. At $179, you're basically getting each movie for less than four dollars. For the number of must-own films in this collection, that's a pretty great deal. The set also includes two documentaries about Warner Bros. Click here to buy the set, and hit the jump for a full list of the titles. [Note: Collider earns a small referral fee when our readers purchase something on Amazon through one of our links. The money generated helps pay our staff and keep the site running. Thank you for reading and supporting Collider.] The Largest-Ever Blu-Ray Collection. 50 Movies Including 16 of Warner Bros. Library's Best Picture Winners on 52 Discs Presented in Book Style Premium Packaging. Plus two all-new documentaries: Tales from the Warner Bros. »
- Matt Goldberg
Amazon has two great deals going on right now for a couple of impressive Blu-ray collections. The first is the Bond 50: The Complete 23 Film Collection, which also includes Skyfall along with over 120 hours of extras, including "World of Bond", "Being Bond", "Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style" and "Skyfall Videoblogs" for only $119.99, which is 60% off the $300 list price. This week's deal also includes three HD digital copies of past Bond movies. If you're interested, click here to buy it. Next is the Best of Warner Bros 50 Film Collection, which includes the following 50 titles along with Ultraviolet digital copies of each with the * noting Best Picture winners. Grand Hotel* (1932) Mutiny on the Bounty* (1935) Wizard of Oz (1939) Gone with The Wind* (1939) Maltese Falcon, The (1941) Mrs. Miniver* (1942) Casablanca* (1942) Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The (1948) Streetcar Named Desire, A (1951) American in Paris, An* (1951) Singin' in the Rain (1952) Gigi* (1958) North By Northwest (1959) Ben-Hur »
- Brad Brevet
In honor of Joseph Gordon-Levitt's 33rd birthday Monday (Feb. 17), here's a tribute to his rather remarkable talent of being a true song-and-dance man in this day and age. In Hollywood of yore, men like Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Danny Kaye were headlining movies all over the entertainment landscape -- and not just movies, but movies with beautiful songs and dance numbers.
Nowadays, it's a much rarer commodity. Singers are singers, actors are actors and, well, dancing isn't something you see very often, particularly from men. So happy birthday, Jgl. If Hollywood ever wanted to remake "Singin' in the Rain," you'd be the guy to tap.
You can catch Jgl on TV each week hosting his latest project, "HitRECord on TV," which features a theme around which the included short films, music and other forms of art are based. It airs Saturday nights at 9 p.m. Et/Pt on Pivot. »
[Michael surveyed the year in dance in cinema for 2012. For 2013, Dancin' Dan takes over the listing of key dance moments in the cinematic year. - Editor]
I started dancing as a kid because of Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor in Singin' In The Rain, and haven't looked back since. I'm continually fascinated by the ways in which dance is filmed and what dance on film might say about the state of the state of both arts.
What do the films of 2013 have to say about dance? Not much but definitely that we dance to have fun, especially at parties! Dancing gifs and best moments after the jump »
7 items from 2014
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