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9 Greatest Movie Quotes And Scenes From The 1990s

May 4th, 2014 12:00pm EDT
9 Greatest Movie Quotes And Scenes From The 1990s
There are memorable movie lines and then, there are MEMORABLE movie lines. The kind you repeat to yourself, your friends and anyone you meet for weeks after you've seen the film. The best part about most of them, they weren't meant to be funny. Human perception, go figure! The 90's were a perfect time for the movies. They were a time to experiment and go outside the lines with stories, laughs and most of all, acting.

1. GoodFellas (1990)

"What do you mean, I'm funny?...You mean the way I talk? What?...Funny how? I mean, what's funny about it?...But I'm funny how? I mean, funny like I'm ...
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The Coolest Movies Of The 90s

April 6th, 2014 12:00pm EDT
The Coolest Movies Of The 90s
The age of grunge music and beanie baby mania also was home to plenty of masterful movies. From Spielberg’s historical masterpieces to Scorsese and Tarantino inspired gangster action, the 90’s ran a gamut of films representing the best of every genre. Certainly an improvement over the flashy blockbuster films of the 80s, these films of the 20th century’s penultimate decade were adored by critics and casual moviegoers alike. Here are the best movies of the 1990s.

Goodfellas (1990)

Ever since I can remember, I’ve always loved to watch gangster movies - Goodfellas in particular. No, “Good...
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Just A Bad Angle? Haley Joel Osment Looks Pudgy

October 21st, 2011 9:20am EDT
Haley Joel Osment pudgy
Haley Joel Osment attended the opening of "Red" at the Suzanne Roberts Theater in Philadelphia, Penn., yesterday. The 23-year-old looks a little heftier than usual, but it could be a bad photo (see him in the one below).

In recent years the actor, famous for "The Sixth Sense" opposite Bruce Willis, has done a lot of video game voiceover work.

He stars in the upcoming film "Montana Amazon" about an eccentric Montana family who've been in the mountains for far too long. He will also appear in "Sassy Pants" and "Wake the Dead."

In 2006, 18-year-old Osment was caught drunk driving. He vowed ...
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Matthew Fox Slams 3D Movies

February 21st, 2011 11:29am EST
Matthew Fox
Actor Matthew Fox has blasted modern Hollywood movies, insisting they are "gratuitous" and dismissing the 3D revolution as a "setback".

The Lost star has launched an extraordinary rant about the mainstream film industry in the U.S., branding romantic comedies unfunny and claiming he "hates" acting and is not in "any hurry" to progress up the career ladder.

He tells Britain's Live magazine, "Look at 3D. That's a major setback to good storytelling. I took my little boy to see The Last Airbender. It was an awful film. The director M. Night Shyamalan hasn't directed a good movie since The S...
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Jaden Smith Set For M. Night Shyamalan Film

November 22nd, 2010 8:29am EST
Jaden Smith
Will Smith's son is set to star in moviemaker M. Night Shyamalan's new movie.

"The Sixth Sense" director is reportedly developing his new sci-fi film "1000 A.E." for "The Karate Kid" star Jaden Smith.

The 12 year old says, "We're reading the script right now. I don't want to give it away because that wouldn't be right, but it's set in the future and it's about a journey."

The young star also tells EW.com he's in talks for a "Karate Kid" sequel: "They're (producers) talking about it."

See more photos of Jaden here!
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Kids Who Scare The Crap Out Of Us!

September 30th, 2010 9:00am EDT
Let Me In
Horror movies are usually full of tall, lurking serial killers, big bad monsters or vengeful victims, but every so often there’s a film that transforms what seems to be an innocent child into a frightening nightmare. In celebration of this weeks release ‘Let Me In’ let’s take a look back at some other kids that scare the crap out of us.

‘Orphan’

Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman)

An adopted child wreaks havoc on her new family and while the mother quickly becomes aware of Esther’s wicked ways, she has a hell of a time finding anyone to believe her. The way Esther manipulates her new parent’s...
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M. Night Shyamalan: 'My Critics Will Never Be Happy'

July 29th, 2010 11:43am EDT
M. Night Shyamalan
Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan is convinced he'll never be able to please his critics - because they set impossibly high standards for him after his early career success.

Shyamalan shot to fame after writing and directing 1999 hit thriller The Sixth Sense but his more recent projects have been met with disappointing reviews. The moviemaker has now compared his career to that of basketball legend Michael Jordan, who sometimes struggled to meet fans' expectations.

He tells Britain's Total Film magazine, "Look, I loved Michael Jordan, right? He was my favorite basketball player. When I used...
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'The Sixth Sense' Tops Movie Twists Poll

July 26th, 2010 7:54am EDT
Bruce Willis
The stunning twist at the end of creepy classic The Sixth Sense has been voted the most shocking movie moment of all time.

The jaw-dropping scene in which Bruce Willis' character learns the truth about his existence has topped a survey of the greatest ever film twists. It beat a scene from Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 horror Psycho - when Norman Bates reveals the real identity of his murderous mother - into second place.

Kevin Spacey's unmasking at the close of crime thriller The Usual Suspects is in third, while the revelation about Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back ...
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The Worst Best Picture Academy Award Winners

March 5th, 2010 12:15pm EST
worst best picture winners
This year’s Academy Awards mark the 82nd time that an Oscar statuette has been awarded for Best Picture. Since the high-flying war epic Wings first brought home the gold in 1928, some of the most famous movies of all time have shared in the honor: Gone With The Wind, The Bridge on the River Kwai, The Godfather. Not only are these titles essential viewing for movie fans, but they’re basically a prerequisite for being a functional human being. Still, with 81 titles to choose from, not every Best Picture winner can be, you know, good.

It seems that every year somebody comes along to complain ...
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'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Recap: Mac And Charlie Write A Movie

December 4th, 2009 5:26pm EST
It
As if I wasn't already bummed out enough about the "Sunny" season coming to a close next week, they had to go and blast me with the best episode of the year last night, making the impending Sunny-less winter that much harder to take.

Things start with Mac and Charlie relaying a story to Dennis (who is too preoccupied with his new touch-screen phone to really care) about how they got trapped in a parking garage stairwell and thought they were being stalked by killer, who turned out to be a security guard instead. The guys decide to use what they think is a knack for storytelling to write ...
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'So You Think You Can Dance' 2 of 10 Voted Off

December 3rd, 2009 9:10am EST
SYTYCD
Billy Joel's "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" to start the night? Thank you! Everything they put into this dance was relevant to the myriad of styles brought to the table this season. Legacy and Jakob did get a few nicer shots on camera, and who doesn't love seeing Legacy in leather - oh and the married couple got to make out onstage together for the first time this season. So. Many. Warm. And fuzzies.

Lest we forget, one of the girls rocking her heart out onstage is going to be crying tonight. She won't be alone - an unlucky boy will be right there with her.

Now, when you are cluele...
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Top 10 Films With Numbers In The Title

September 26th, 2009 1:52pm EDT
9
In honor of the recent Tim Burton film 9 we're spotlighting numerals and numbers in film. What they have contributed to movies over the years goes beyond simply differentiating an original from a sequel.

For the most part this list excludes sequels. Sorry. It's just too easy. Also, much too simple are the straight up number films. But the English language loopholes are definitely abused throughout this top ten to reflect the best and, well, most viewed options. Check them out!

1. The First Wives Club.

This is the smartass chick's chick flick with a message. Bette Midler. Goldie ...
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August Can Be A Viable Movie Month Despite Its Reputation

August 12th, 2009 5:01pm EDT
The Bourne Ultimatum
While Hollywood has staked out late May, June and July as prime summer movie territory, August has gotten lost in the shuffle. August isn't as big of a dump month as September or January, but you usually don't find studios queuing up to put their surefire tent pole smashes there.

With summer winding down, younger audiences are turning their attentions back to school, families are getting in one final vacation, and cooler weather in some regions are all valid reasons why studios feel like box office for their mega-budgeted pictures would be affected by an August release.

Which leaves...
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'Lost' Recap: Miles Has Daddy Issues & 'Ewoks Suck'

April 16th, 2009 11:02am EDT
Lost
It's been awhile since "Lost" had an episode that felt like filler, but "Some Like It Hoth" really did...in the best possible way. Filler episodes often do little to move the actual plot, but they can be funny, charming, and great character pieces. That is exactly what this one does, although it does have a little plot. It's just not as interesting as Ghostbuster Miles and his daddy issues (who wouldn't see that coming?!). He is currently the only Freighter who gets an entire episode to himself and his flashbacks, since Charlotte died too quickly, Frank was too busy crashing, and they're bu...
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5 Favorite Philadelphia Films

October 29th, 2008 10:05am EDT
Rocky
Philadelphia, the sixth most populous city in America and the birth place of constitution, is a beautiful East coast metropolis that has been the backdrop for some of the greatest films in cinema history. Sometimes it is over looked as another city outside New York, but the city of brotherly love can hold its own.

Our list of the top 5 films about Philadelphia shows off all of Philadelphia's cultural landmarks and beauty.

#5 12 Monkeys

You don't get much better than Bruce Willis as a time traveling savior of the free world and Brad Pitt as a mental patient with a love for a...
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Underrated & Overrated Child Performances

October 10th, 2008 9:13am EDT
Little Miss Sunshine
Everybody loves a good child performance. This might start with parents parading their children out to sing songs at dinner parties or the endless school plays parents are forced to attend, but whatever it is, kid actors are ingrained in a positive way in the eyes of many filmgoers.

It seems that if a kid simply manages to speak in a way that can be understood the performance earns praise. It's been this way since the 1920s and has since grown to a degree that certain kiddie performers are more powerful than their veteran contemporaries.

But not all such performances are great, i...
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Spotlight On Australian Entertainers

July 21st, 2008 9:00am EDT
Russell Crowe
What is it about Aussies that Americans find so fascinating? Is it the cute accents? The laid-back attitudes? The "party animal" reputations? It could be a mix of all of these traits. It could also be because, although we speak the same language and our cultures have many similarities, many of us know very little about Australia. That strange yet familiar vibe makes those down under denizens appear exciting and mysterious - an irresistible combo!

Since Americans are also fascinated with celebrities, it's no surprise that so many awesome Aussie entertainers have found fame in the U.S. ...
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Point/Counterpoint: Should M. Night Shyamalan Stop Making Films?

July 11th, 2008 9:52am EDT
M. Night Shyamalan
When somebody mentions the name M. Night Shyamalan it evokes an immediate reaction. For some it's, "He's the guy who did The Sixth Sense, which was great," and for others it's, "Yeah, but his last few films sucked."

Two Starpulse writers have their own opinions about Shyamalan and whether he is just gearing up for further success or whether it's time for him to call it quits:

POINT

Alright, people need to lay off M. Night Shyamalan. Sure he is a little cocky (He stated that The village was one of the greatest ideas ever) and his films have seemed to have dipped in quality, b...
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'The Happening' a Creepy, Paranoid Ride Through Today's Environment

June 13th, 2008 10:16am EDT
The Happening
(Hollywoodchicago) – Trying to understand the thought process of writer and director M. Night Shyamalan is akin to analyzing Jell-O. What keeps it wiggling and what binds it together?

“The Happening,” which is his latest creepy film, is a modern cautionary tale ripped from the collective sensibilities of life after Sept. 11, 2001 and the status of human beings in their interaction with today’s environment.

Mark Wahlberg stars as Elliot Moore: a sensitive high school science teacher in Philadelphia. When an incident occurs in New York City, the whole northeastern part of the United...
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Best Movie Lines That Have Stuck In Pop Culture

June 5th, 2008 9:00am EDT
The Sixth Sense
There are some movies that live forever in the minds of humanity generation after generation. They span decades, continents, and cross racial and gender divides. What creates that certain magic is intangible, but it inevitably involves the memorable quotes that make their way into pop culture and every day speech.

These quotes have a universal quality, whether humorous or tragic, and they take you back to that exact moment in the film when Marlon Brando screams into the air or Humphrey Bogart gently touches Ingrid Bergman's chin. These iconic moments are not only remembered but consta...
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Movie Season Is Just Heating Up: 10 More Flicks To Watch This Summer

May 27th, 2008 9:58am EDT
Wanted
Iron Man has already grossed over $400 million worlwide. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull became the second biggest Memorial Day movie opening ever. With both of these films already in the books, what are the top 10 remaining summer movies to see? This list picks 10 films out of all the remaining movies from now until the end of August. Judging by this list, July looks like it could be one of the biggest months in years.

10. The Incredible Hulk

Release Date: June 13th

Director: Louis Leterrier (Transporter 1 & 2)

It is never a good sign when a franchise n...
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The 5 Best & Worst Films By George Lucas

April 15th, 2008 2:42pm EDT
George Lucas
"I hate directing." George Lucas used these words in an interview with Rolling Stone in 1980 and, at times, it shows. In fact, since the original Star Wars was released in 1977 Lucas has directed a total of three movies.

We are ranking Lucas' best five and worst five movies in honor of next month's release of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. In our rankings we are including not only the movies he directed but also the movies he produced and created the story treatment for.

The Worst

5. Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones - 2002

We originally ...
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Five Best & Worst Films Starring Samuel L. Jackson

March 27th, 2008 4:03pm EDT
Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson is one of those rare character actors who can take even the weakest of scripts and turn the dialogue into pure cinematic gold. Film after film he continues to deliver some of the most memorable one-liners and poetic obscenities, and he always manages to steal the show.

The challenge with ranking Sam Jackson films is ignoring the obvious victor for best role in Pulp Fiction where he plays Jules Winnfield, the Jheri Curl wearing, Bible quoting hit man. Landing the "Fiction" role was no doubt a turning point in Jackson's career and remains to this day his finest film pe...
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20 Years Later: New Kids On The Block

March 10th, 2008 2:30pm EDT
New Kids On The Block
It's hard to imagine that it's been 20 years since I wore my New Kids On The Block t-shirt holding a pink and black pocket rocker, which was playing "Hanging Tough" of course, in one hand and a sign saying "I hart you Jordan! Merry me!" in the other. Yes, I spelled it that way I was five years old. Even back then I was able to "get on the floor and do the new kids dance" at the outdoor venue in Tinley Park for my very first concert to see the best boyband EVER!

For those who don't remember or weren't born yet, New Kids on the Block was one of the most popular boybands to hit the music ...
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Starpulse Q&A: Comedian Michael Ian Black Is An Obese, Baby Shaking Smartass

October 18th, 2007 11:01am EDT
Michael Ian Black
If you saw Michael Ian Black walking down the street or shopping in the store, you'd recognize his face from "Stella," "The State," "I Love The Series," or all those Sierra Mist ads he's done. But take away his face and what have you got? Ideas.

And it's those ideas that have made him a favorite of comedy stages and television sets nationwide. In this Starpulse Q and A, Black discusses his ideas and where they're taking him next, including some new territory in children's literature.

You've got the movie "Run, Fat Boy, Run," which you made with Simon Pegg, David Schwimmer, and ...
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Blockbuster Recommends 13 Scary Movies

October 13th, 2007 8:00am EDT
The Shining
Do you believe in ghosts? According to a recent Blockbuster Inc. survey, more of us (67%) believe ghosts might be real than other Halloween ghoulies like demons (52%), aliens (56%) or vampires (15%).

Sixty-seven percent of survey participants indicated they believed ghosts were definitely real (33%) or might be real (34%), compared to 33% of participants who said they did not believe in ghosts at all.

Also ranking high with paranormal believers were haunted places, with 69% indicating they believe they definitely (37%) or might (33%) be real. Other spooky stuff trailed ghosts on...
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Celebrity Birthdays, April 10

April 10th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Mandy Moore
Happy Birthday to actress/singer Amanda "AJ" Michalka (1991), "The Sixth Sense" actor Haley Joel Osment (1988), New Zealand singer Hayley Westenra (1987), American singer/actress Mandy Moore (1984), "Final Destination 3" actor Ryan Merriman (1983), British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor (1979), R&B singer Kenny Lattimore (1970), comedic actor Orlando Jones (1968), Primus drummer Tim Alexander (1965), bandleader/former Stray Cat Brian Setzer (1960), South Bronx DJ Afrika Bambaataa (1960), R&B/pop singer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds (1958), "Ally McBeal" actor Peter MacNicol (1954), tough-guy-actor...
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Celebrity Birthdays, April 10

April 10th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Mandy Moore
Happy Birthday to actress/singer Amanda "AJ" Michalka (1991), "The Sixth Sense" actor Haley Joel Osment (1988), New Zealand singer Hayley Westenra (1987), American singer/actress Mandy Moore (1984), "Final Destination 3" actor Ryan Merriman (1983), British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor (1979), R&B singer Kenny Lattimore (1970), comedic actor Orlando Jones (1968), Primus drummer Tim Alexander (1965), bandleader/former Stray Cat Brian Setzer (1960), South Bronx DJ Afrika Bambaataa (1960), R&B/pop singer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds (1958), "Ally McBeal" actor Peter MacNicol (1954), tough-guy-actor...
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