From Speed to The Rock, T2, The Matrix and beyond, CBR revisits all the big action movies of the '90s that still hold up today.
Articles by Philip Pirrello
West, Keaton Kilmer, Clooney, Bale -- we've ranked and filed Batman's best theatrical adventures from the past 50 years.
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From devil-worshipping teachers to Eugene Tooms, revisit some of Mulder and Scully's most frightening cases before they return to TV.
Joss Whedon's second Avengers movie is full of awesome moments featuring Marvel's heroes, but these are the ones that will make you want to watch it again.
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From "Captain America: Civil War" to "Batman v Superman," Marvel and DC have slates jam-packed with "cant miss" films -- especially these potential epics.
As Cap, Iron Man and more Avengers prepare to enlist for Marvel's next movie event, CBR has your primer on Summer 2016's most anticipated blockbuster.
If Spider-Man can swing from Sony over to Marvel, can Wolverine join him as part of the MCU alongside the Avengers and other heroes?
Director Neill Blomkamp's sentient robot tale looks beautiful, but the story shows little logic and possesses even less soul.
An insane amount of chemistry between the two leads, and a really clever dialogue, elevate this piece of good-not-great matinee entertainment.
As Marvel Studios swoops in to save the webslinger, we examine the main reasons he needed rescuing in the first place.
Paramount and Bad Robot's third Trek movie isn't the first to suffer production woes. From Alien 3 to Ghostbusters 3, check out the other notable sequels that hit the skids.
Impressive action and set design can't save the Wachowskis' convoluted mess about the badass version of Barf from Spaceballs saving the universe’s prettiest toilet scrubber.