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What is the Best Fantasy Movie Ever Made?

Fantasy movies are the ultimate escapist entertainment. In many ways, they embody the reason we love film so much. But which one is the...

Top Ten Movie Franchises Based on Books

For as long as there have been movies, there have been movies based on books. This is a look at the best movie franchises that are either based on a book or several books.

Top 20 Most Profitable Movies That Are Terrible

Movies that make money don’t always do so because they’re good. Here’s our list of underwhelming movies that happened to overwhelm the box office.

Blu Review: Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga

Summit Entertainment releases what fans of sparkling vampires and shirtless werewolves have been waiting for since the day the last film was put in theaters - Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga. Many will be sad that it is probably the last item we'll likely see from Stephenie Meyer's series of best-selling novels. Others will be ecstatic that they'll hopefully never have to see another piece of product from it again.

Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga Blu-ray details announced

Get ready to sparkle! Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga is hitting store shelves November 5!

Rated: The Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn: Part 2 (2012)

5 years, 5 films, $3.3 billion in worldwide box office sales, and millions of devoted fans. The Twilight Saga has now come and gone. In its wake, movie studios are looking for the next big book-to-movie franchise. If anything, Twilight has shown that movie adaptations of young adult books can be big business. Therefore, it looks like screaming preteens will remain a profitable movie audience for many more years to come.

BLU REVIEW: Bait 3D Blu-ray Review

The Movie Pool sinks its pearly whites into the cheesy goodness of the Bait 3D Blu-ray!

The Hunger Games Review: Can This Teen Novel Adaptation Win the...

Adapting a novel is, well, hard. You have two opposing forces going head to head during the development process: the need to appease fans of the source material, and the need to reach out to non-fans and MAKE them fans. And, if you're lucky, you might be able to spend a fraction of that time actually crafting a good movie. Because of this, most novel adaptations come out as failures in one of these regards; they either confuse or alienate non-fans, or piss off the hardcore fans due to changes in their beloved source material. It's very hard to succeed with all audiences when it comes to adaptations. But does The Hunger Games manage to achieve this feat? And more importantly, does it succeed as a good film all on its own? Find out our take in the matter right after the jump.

George Takei Encourages Peace Between ‘Wars’ and ‘Trek’…Hate for Twilight

One of the funnier things to come out of the Internet lately has been this video debate between William Shatner and Carrie Fisher over which is better, Star Trek or Star Wars.  Obviously they're on opposite sides of the argument and have some funny and interesting reason why.  Now George Takei (Dr. Sulu in Trek) has come out with a video in the hopes of ending the feud and uniting the fans over a common enemy....Twilight.

Box Office Prognosis: Breaking Dawn Sucks the Box Office Dry

Meanwhile, Happy Feet 2 succumbs to the power of the vampire and Immortals barrels out.

Last of Us 2 Delayed and QuakeCon Cancelled Due to Covid-19...

After a long break, The 2nd Opinion Podcast has returned! We are back with episode #288 and today we will talk about The Last...