It's become the norm that Hollywood is either going to reboot a film franchise or just remake a great movie in hopes of achieving the same success. But that rarely ever happens. Why?

Well, our current theory is because, in between doing mountains of blow and sleeping on piles of cash, the filmmakers never bothered to watch the film they were redoing. How else do you explain things like ...

Entry by Joyce Rogers

In Straw Dogs (1971), Sam Peckinpah sends you away disturbed, questioning your humanity, and left with the challenge to ask yourself: No matter how ci

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