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What Is the Most Inspirational Sports Movie of All Time? [SURVEY]

The Jackie Robinson biopic '42' hits theaters this weekend, and that has us thinking about all the inspirational sports movies that have come before it. 

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Roger Ebert
Ethan Miller

Legendary Movie Critic Roger Ebert Dies at the Age of 70

Just days after announcing a leave of absence from writing to deal with a recurrence of cancer, the Chicago Sun-Times reported this afternoon that legendary movie critic Roger Ebert has died.

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GI Joe Retaliation
Paramount Pictures

‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’ Review

I stand before you, humbled, and tasked with explaining, in comprehensible terms, just what the heck 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' is all about. Attaining comprehensibility, however, is a chore the filmmakers didn't wrestle with, doubling-down on pure adrenaline and big movie star charisma. It's a risky move and sometimes it works. Sadly, this is not one of those cases.

While there are chuckles to be had (I mean, that Cobra Commander helmet is just too incredible to dismiss) there isn't enough whiz-bang in this film to fully deflect the utter lack of a story or absence of intriguing characters. It is, surprisingly, the lesser of the two 'G.I. Joe' films, with Stephen Sommers' 2009 'The Rise of Cobra' featuring much more team spirit, pep and fun.

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gladiator

Supercut Saturday: Every Best Picture Oscar Winning Movie in Four Minutes

Just in time for tomorrow's Oscar night telecast, we've found a great supercut that offers a fun blast of film history. 

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A Good Day to Die Hard Box office
20th Century Fox

Weekend Box Office Report: A Good Day to be ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’

In retrospect, it's easy to say "Of course the new 'Die hard' movie was going to open at number one at the box office!" but you can bet Bruce Willis and company were a little worried. After all, 'A Good Day to Die Hard' opened in the wake of the failure of 'The Last Stand,' 'Parker' and 'Bullet to the Head,' three other macho, R-rated movies starring modern action icons. However, the strength of the 'Die Hard' brand seems to have broken that trend: John McClane's fifth outing made $25 million over the weekend.

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Paramount/Universal
Paramount/Universal

New Netflix Instant Movies — February 2013

Why spend more money than you need to this month when we've got a list of the best new movies hitting Netflix Instant in February? Read on for what you should add to your queue this month!

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X-Men Days of Future Past mutants
20th Century Fox

‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Bringing On Everyone Who’s Worn a Superhero Uniform?

Hugh Jackman likes to talk. He likes to talk a lot. You can't blame the guy for getting excited about his projects (he does get to play a superhero on a regular basis, after all), but he's getting close to Michael Caine levels of hype-infused bean-spilling. The Jackman "Talking Things Up Tour" continued this week, with the star answering a few questions about the upcoming 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.'

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Untitled Pixar Movie That Takes You Inside the Mind
Pixar/Disney

Pixar Teases Their Upcoming Releases

Though 'Brave' was a welcome respite, Pixar has gone sequel crazy, as their previous  two films were sequels and this summer we're getting a prequel in 'Monsters University.' But the studio is also working on three non-sequels for the future, and have released images from each of them.

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Monsters University
Disney/Pixar

‘Monsters University’ Releases a Sneaky New TV Spot

With college football bowl games happening now, Pixar has made an ad for their college-themed film 'Monsters University' and unleashed it during the games. It's the sort of clever ad that gives hope that the prequel to 'Monsters, Inc.' has a couple tricks up its sleeve.

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Roger Ebert Best Movies of 2012
Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Roger Ebert Names the Best Movies of 2012, And His Top Pick Is…

2012 turned out to be a big year for movies -- 'The Avengers' and 'The Dark Knight Rises' helped make superhero movies cool again, while 'Cloud Atlas' and 'Life of Pi' painted mind-blowing visual effects on the screen, and Ben Affleck and Quentin Tarantino debuted their latest projects. For famed film critic Roger Ebert, it was a busy time as well, having written a personal record of 300 movie reviews in 12 months. But which one of all these films did he pick as the absolute best of 2012?

Being that it's the end of the year and all, Ebert put together his "Top 10" list of the best films of 2012 and he gave the top spot to...

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