'Avengers: Infinity War' Review: All-Star Marvel Team-Up Is Superhero Pile-Up

Is it possible to have too much of a good Marvel thing? Avengers: Infinity War tests that theory to the max. Don't get me wrong: This movie is an epic event, built to celebrate the end of a decade in which the Marvel Cinematic Universe produced 19 films. One problem is that No. 18, Black Panther, casts a long shadow – it's arguably the best in the series, an unqualified triumph

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Why Amy Schumer's 'I Feel Pretty' Is Quietly Revolutionary

The most radical shot in the new Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty is a mid-thirties woman staring at herself. In close-up, the star's face fills the frame: no glamour lighting, no genetically blessed cheekbones, no modern day digital retouching smoothing out the creases. It's what

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Everything You Need to Know for 'Avengers: Infinity War'

It's being billed as “the biggest crossover event of all time” – and even if that phrase ends up being little more than the inspiration behind some genius memes, it's safe to assume that Avengers: Infinity War is going to be big. Like, massive. Having embedded clues

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Verne Troyer, Mini-Me in 'Austin Powers' Series, Dead at 49

Verne Troyer, the diminutive actor who appeared as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers series, died Saturday at the age of 49.

The actor's family confirmed Troyer's death on Instagram. “It is with great sadness and incredibly heavy hearts to write that Verne passed away today,” the

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Robert Redford-Produced Surfer Doc to Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

A crew of surfers who helped change the sport tumble into each other's company in a new clip from Momentum Generation, a documentary executive-produced by Robert Redford (among others), that's set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The film tracks the rise of athletes who eventually “win

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'Scarface' Reunion: 10 Things We Learned at Tribeca Film Festival Event

The Tribeca Film Festival celebrated the 35th anniversary of Scarface on Thursday night with “the greatest double feature in the history of the Beacon [Theater in Manhattan]:” a screening of the movie followed by a panel featuring three of the actors – Al Pacino,

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Cheech and Chong on 40 Years of 'Up in Smoke': 'Real Life Drove Everything'

When Cheech Marin picks up the phone, he's already in character. “Hello, Jack in the Box! What the fuck's up?” he bellows in his trademark gritty voice. It's about 11 a.m. where he is in California, and despite his chipper demeanor, he says, “I'm just drowsing into consciousness here.”

Similarly, his comic foil for four decades and counting, Tommy Chong, still seems like he's

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'Super Troopers 2' Review: Cult Comedy's Sequel Is a Cop-Out

Attention all you Super Trooperheads, you Trooperphiles, you maple-syrup–guzzling guys with your #MeowToo hashtags at the ready – your prayers, for better or worse, have finally been answered and crowd-funded. Chances are you either squealed with delight upon the news of a second Super Troopers flick, before strapping on your bulletproof cup and threatening to

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See Denzel Washington Seek Revenge in New 'The Equalizer 2' Trailer

Denzel Washington's character Robert McCall exacts revenge in the first trailer for The Equalizer 2. “They killed my friend. So, I'm gonna kill each and every one of them,” he warns in the action-packed clip. “And the only disappointment is that I only get to do it once.”

In the sequel to 2014's

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