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File this under "inevitable Internet gold": Huffington Post's Ben Craw and Oliver Noble have put together an impressive, mind-boggling supercut of every time Samuel L. Jackson has said "motherfucker" in a movie. That's exactly 171 motherfuckers from 27 different movies, uttered in under four minutes and presented in chronological order, from 1988's School Daze to this year's RoboCop.
Craw and Noble have also compiled a handy statistical breakdown of Jackson's cinematic swearing, with his top three "motherfuck »
How many times as Samuel L. Jackson said "mother f*cker" in filmc According to The Huffington Post and this following supercut, 171 times in 27 different movies. Here's the breakdownd: School Daze (1988): 1 motherf*cker Jungle Fever (1991): 7 motherf*ckers Strictly Business (1991): 1 mother- what Menace II Society (1993): 5 motherf*ckers True Romance (1993): 4 motherf*ckers Fresh (1994): 1 motherf*cker Pulp Fiction (1994): 26 motherf*ckers Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995): 7 motherf*ckers Hard Eight (1996): 1 motherf*cker The Great White Hype (1996): 2 motherf*ckers The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996): 3 motherf*ckers Jackie Brown (1997): 37 motherf*ckers The Negotiator (1998): 2 motherf*ckers Rules of Engagement (2000): 5 motherf*ckers Shaft (2000): 13 motherf*ckers Formula 51 (2001): 6 motherf*ckers Basic (2003): 2 motherf*ckers In My Country (2004): 1 you mother- choke move Freedomland (2006): 1 motherf*cker, 1 brotherf*cker Snakes on a Plane 3 motherf*ckers Black Snake Moan (2006): 6 motherf*ckers Soul Men (2008): 24 motherf »
- Brad Brevet
Ahead of the August 1st premiere of the fourth and final season of The Killing, Netflix has released a preview clip and two new posters from the series to accompany the previously released previously released trailer. The Seattle-based crime drama centers on homicide detectives Sarah Linden and Stephan Holder, played respectively by Mireille Enos (World War Z) and Joel Kinnaman (the RoboCop reboot).
The video picks up directly after the events of season 3’s finale. A panicked Linden hurriedly sheds her pants and trademark sweater before stepping into a shower and letting blood and mud wash from her body and down the drain. After scrubbing the bathroom with bleach and packing the incriminating articles in a Hefty bag, the beleaguered detective burns them in a trashcan.
And then Holder arrives and says: “We’ve just ...
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- B.C. Edwards
A magnificent science fiction drama, and a beautiful one. Wonderfully radical for the simple fact that it is ruled by principled ideas. I’m “biast” (pro): loved the first film
I’m “biast” (con): nothing
(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)
We need a bigger word than humanist.
That was a word I used to describe the lovely, honest, sensitive Rise of the Planet of the Apes — and god, did it feel good to be able to connect those words with a big-budget science fiction movie. But now it feels too small to encompass where Dawn of the Planet of the Apes takes the ongoing story. People-ist is the first coinage that leaps to mind, clunky as it is. Because there are nonhumans here who are as fully people as the humans are… in fact, the story is very much about the humans coming to »
- MaryAnn Johanson
While most people are waiting to see how the apes are portrayed and presented in Matt Reeves Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – the human beings in the tale are equally as intriguing, and none more so than Gary Oldman’s Dreyfus. Blurring the line between a hero and a villain, we had the opportunity to sit down with esteemed British actor, to discuss his own perceptions of the role.
Oldman also tells us about working with performance capture, and whether he is able to suspend his disbelief accordingly – and the weight of expectation that comes with such big, cinematic franchises – as an actor who is no stranger to this level of pressure, having also appeared in Harry Potter, Batman and most recently, Robocop.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is released on July 17th – read our five star review of the movie here.
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- Stefan Pape
Today we have two international trailers for the upcoming "Rio, I Love You" anthology film, comprised of segments directed by different helmers. Check out the trailers below. Some of the directors include Vicente Amorim (Crossface), Fernando Meirelles (City of God), Carlos Saldanha (Ice Age), Jose Padilha (RoboCop), John Turturro (Fading Gigolo), Stephan Elliott (Easy Virtue), Guillermo Arriaga (Babel). The new movie stars Vincent Cassel, Rodrigo Santoro, Jason Isaacs, Ryan Kwanten, Emily Mortimer and Harvey Keitel. It's set to hit theaters in Brazil on September 11th. No word on when we'll see it in Us. Trailer 1: Trailer 2: »
Following World Cup fever, Brazil is poised to get even more attention, at least internationally, with the romantic anthology Rio, I Love You, inspired by the previous projects Paris, je t'aime and New York, I Love You. As one would expect, two trailers showcase a charming collection of short stories, all set in some gorgeous and interesting locales in the South American setting, and it looks much better than the animated film which shares its title with the city as well. Directors like Fernando Meirelles (City of God), John Turturro (Fading Gigolo) and Jose Padilha (RoboCop) all directed segments, and it looks wonderful. Here's two international trailers for the anthology Rio, I Love You from YouTube (via The Film Stage): Rio, I Love You is an anthology of short stories following in the same footsteps as New York, I Love You and Paris, je t'aime. The film features shorts »
- Ethan Anderton
Wow, if this were another kind of website, that headline would have made one juicy piece of celebrity gossip. No, The Dark Knight Rises star Tom Hardy is not having a 44th child with Prometheus‘ Noomi Rapace. The two are, however, starring in Swedish director Daniel Espinosa’s Child 44, about a Russian secret police officer framed for treason in 1950.
The officer, played by Hardy, is sent to a remote outpost, where he uncovers a series of muders tied to a government conspiracy. The film also stars Joel Kinnaman (Robocop, The Killing), Gary Oldman and his Dawn of the Planet of the Apes co-star Jason Clarke, and Black Swan‘s Vincet Cassel.
According to Deadline, the film has been given an April 17, 2015 release date from 20th Century Fox. For those keeping track at home, that places it two weeks after Fast & Furious 7 and the same day as Paul Blart Mall »
- James Garcia
The film centers on a dead CIA agent's memory banks, secrets and particular skill-sets that are implanted into a dangerous prisoner to hopefully stop an evil plot. If the deal comes together, Gary Oldman will portray the CIA chief.
The Iceman director Ariel Vroman will be helming the project from a script written by Douglas Cook and David Weisberg. Chris Bender, J.C. Spink, Kevin King, Christa Campbell, Lati Grobman and Jason Bloom are producing.
Chicago – After years of being envisioned with numerous directors (“Noah’s” Darren Aronofsky was once attached), a new version of “RoboCop” has arrived. While the original 80s classic stood out for its foresight into current cultural turmoil, this remake is more a product of movies of the past, and to be more specific, our recent beloved superhero movies.
This film from director Jose Padilha is a decent one, but it’s more like a prologue than a work that can stand on its own. This is the “Batman Begins” or “Man of Steel” of the hopeful new franchise installation, but without the same amount of intrigue as the former. Instead, “RoboCop” remains stuck between wanting to be dialogue-driven but also accessible with action. The camera itself has more movement than its hero, which makes for a couple dynamic scenes, but not an extraordinary protagonist.
“RoboCop” is not just the »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
In a fortnights time James DeMonaco's violent thriller sequel 'The Purge: Anarchy' will be unleashed into Us theatres hopefully giving us a broader and more exciting spin on the original concept featured in DeMonaco's original. A bunch of new promotional posters have been spotted around the web featuring various masked hooligans and each branded with an accompanying letter...P-u-r-g-e. The follow up stars Zach Gilford ('The Last Stand'), Frank Grillo ('End of Watch'), Michael K. Williams ('RoboCop'), Carmen Ejogo ('Alex Cross'), Jasper Cole, Zoe Borde, Chad Morgan and Kiele Sanchez ('Lost'). »
Olivia Munn is the full package: she's funny, beautiful, talented, and down-to-earth.
Since getting her break on G4 TV in 2006, Munn has continually showcased her versatility and scored big roles on TV and the big screen. Recently, the actress proved she could hold her own against heavy-hitters like Jeff Daniels in Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom" and Channing Tatum in the surprise hit "Magic Mike". This summer, Munn stars opposite Eric Bana and Edgar Ramirez in the supernatural thriller "Deliver Us From Evil".
From a list of her favorite things to her international upbringing, here are 29 things you probably don't know about Olivia Munn.
2. Although her mother is of Chinese descent, she was born and raised in Vietnam. Schmid fled to Oklahoma after the Vietnam War came to a close in »
- Jonny Black
The Killing has had a tough go of it over the course of its four seasons. The AMC crime drama was cancelled after its second season, but was eventually picked up again after some negotiating with other networks like Netflix. The third season aired on AMC, but the show was then cancelled again, before promptly being picked up by Netflix for a fourth and final season.
The fourth season may only consist of six episodes, but judging by this new, intense trailer, that doesn’t mean it’s going to suffer. Check out the trailer here:
Detectives Sarah Linden (World War Z‘s Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Robocop‘s Joel Kinnaman) return to investigate the murder of a family whose only survivor is a member of an all-boys military academy, while dealing with covering up a mysterious disappearance within their own Seattle Police Department.
The show will be available »
- James Garcia
Rosie Larsen is dead, but "The Killing" isn't! The dark crime drama can't stop and won't stop, and this here trailer proves it. "The Killing" has survived being canceled twice, irate fans, and the "RoboCop" remake, only to pop back up on Netflix with a fourth season. This is supposedly the last season, but we'll believe it when we see it.
Without further ado, here's the trailer for the fourth season, which picks up where the third left off. Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) are super stressing after the crime they committed in the third season. Linden is tormented by what they did, and Holder... isn't. Meanwhile, they've got a new crime on their hands to investigate, and it's pretty gnarly.
Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross) is the only survivor of the murder of his family, and while he did get shot in the head, well, he's not looking too innocent. »
- Jenni Miller
An absolute delight, even better than the first film; a gorgeously animated ode to peacemaking, nonconformity, and sticking to your principles in the face of ultimate adversity. I’m “biast” (pro): loved the first film
I’m “biast” (con): absolutely nothing
I have not read the source material
(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)
The world is bigger on dragonback, as Hiccup — dragon whisperer and heir to the tiny throne of the Viking island village Berk — is discovering, joyfully. And we are there with him in a stunningly animated return to this fantastical realm. How to Train Your Dragon 2 isn’t only a glorious narrative expansion of the people and places we met in the first film, it also represents an astonishing leap in computer animation that makes Hiccup’s world even more touchably real than it was before. It seems like a paradox, »
- MaryAnn Johanson
The best-looking couple in showbiz?
Newsroom star Olivia Munn brought Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers as her date to the Deliver Us From Evil screening -- her latest film -- on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 in New York City, confirming the news that the photogenic pair are indeed a couple.
Munn, 33, and Rodgers, 30, reportedly met when they were paired together as presenters at the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on April 6.
Munn even tweeted a picture of the two together in April.
Related: Olivia vs. Zach -- Actress Calls Out Comedian
Munn looked stylish as ever in a figure-hugging nude Vionnet dress at Tuesday's screening, happily posing with a handsome Rodgers in a navy blue suit.
Video: Olivia Munn Can't Find Clothes for Oscar Night
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For better or worse, Gary Oldman isn't afraid to speak his truth. The RoboCop actor, 56, is profiled in Playboy's July/August 2014 issue, where he rants about the nature of Hollywood politics, seemingly accuses the Hollywood Foreign Press Association of corruption and more. "I've learned over the years that people get upset when they tell you something is their favorite movie and you go, 'Really? You liked that piece of s--t?' That's the sort of thing Sean Penn would say. So I now tell people, 'Thank you, that's great,' and move on. But you know, I remember John Lennon saying that if he could, he'd go back and burn most of the work the Beatles did. He said he'd rerecord »
Gary Oldman's explosive new interview with Playboy is sure to get people talking.
British actor Gary Oldman is bound to get people talking with his controversial new interview with Playboy magazine for their July/August double issue, in which he defends Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin for their much-publicized racist and homophobic rants.
"I think political correctness is crap," Oldman, 56, tells the magazine (via the Daily Mail) bluntly. "I think it's like, take a f*cking joke. Get over it."
Talking specifically about Gibson, who made anti-Jewish slurs when he was arrested in Malibu in 2006, Oldman says that, "we've all said those things."
"I don't know about Mel. He got drunk and said a few things, but we've all said those things. We're all f*cking hypocrites. That's what I think about it," he says. "The policeman who arrested him has never used the word n »
RoboCop - Home Ent Deleted Scene - Norton... by MyMovies_International In RoboCop, the year is 2028 and multinational conglomerate OmniCorp is at the center of robot technology. Their drones are winning American wars around the globe and now they want to bring this technology to the home front. Alex Murphy (Kinnaman) is a loving husband, father and good cop doing his best to stem the tide of crime and corruption in Detroit. After he is critically injured in the line of duty, OmniCorp utilizes their remarkable science of robotics to save Alex's life. He returns to the streets of his beloved city with amazing new abilities, but with issues a regular man has never had to face before. RoboCop will be directed by Jose Padilha and star Joel Kinnaman (The Killing) in the lead role of Alex Murphy/Robocop. The film also stars: Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Kenneth Williams, »
Remember that thing you loved from your childhood? It's coming back. We're not talking specifics here, we're talking everything.
New movies or TV shows revolving around everything from Scooby Doo to Ninja Turtles, Danger Mouse and Bananaman are on the horizon - you could accuse producers of running out of new ideas, but how long before they run out of old ideas?
Nostalgia can give you a warm and fuzzy feeling, but sometimes it isn't always a good thing. Digital Spy suggests 9 instances when looking back to the past resulted in a questionable present:
The Saint (1997)
A movie adaptation of popular TV series The Saint had been mooted for some time. It finally limped into cinemas in 1997 with Val Kilmer as Simon Templar - he was no Roger Moore, but let's face it, who is?
The film, which is a relatively low-key (if somewhat eccentric) spy caper, suffered because it »
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