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50 Worst Movie Hangover Scenes

The Hangover (2009) The Movie Hangover: The mackdaddy of all on-screen post-party moments – this is one bachelor party gone very wrong thanks to Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and some roofies. Why It”s Worse Than Your Hangover: Where to begin? The absent groom, the missing tooth, the baby in the closet, the inadvertent wedding… Oh yeah,

Seven-part Dredd miniseries on the way

Ever since Dredd hit our screens back in 2012, fans have been crying out for a sequel, with star Karl Urban repeatedly banging the drum for a potential return as the titular law-enforcer. And while a big-screen follow-up remains elusive, fans will still have something to get their teeth into, with producer Adi Shankar planning

Monday Link-A-Mania

Happy St Patrick”s Day! In today”s sci-fi news digest: X-Men , Jonathan Ross, Star Wars , The Amazing Spider-Man sequels, Fenella Fielding, Douglas Adams and more… • After this year”s X-Men: Days Of Future Past will come 2016″s X-Men: Apocalypse which means The Wolverine 2 will be… 2017 at the absolute earliest? James Mangold is

Also Out In Cinemas: January 2015

The Rest Of January”s Theatrical Releases The big movies out this month include The Theory Of Everything, Birdman, Enemy, Into The Woods, Foxcatcher, Taken 3, Kingsman: The Secret Service. American Sniper, Point And Shoot, Testament Of Youth, Wild, Whiplash, Ex Machina, The Gambler and A Most Violent Year. But here we review a selection of

50 Greatest Movie Singing Scenes

The Muppets (2011) The Scene: Gary (Jason Segel) and his bro Walter (Peter Linz) aren”t sure what they”re doing with themselves, prompting an epiphany-ushering song. The Song: Oscar-winning number “Man Or Muppet”, which also features a cameo from a certain Big Bang Theory regular. Join In When: The quartet of men and Muppets sit around

Edge of Tomorrow review

Groundhog Day -meets- Starship Troopers is the pitch for Doug Liman’s first foray into sci-fi since the disastrous 2008’s Jumper saw a would-be franchise unravel before it got going. Thankfully this smart, taut actioner is of the standard we usually expect from the maverick filmmaker who brought us The Bourne Identity and Mr. And Mrs.