80s

"Die Hard" Creators Finally Explain The Film's Biggest Plot Hole

After Die Hard was released in theaters in 1988, it became one of the biggest action movies of all time. And that still holds true today. Whether you watch it every Christmas or when you have a hankering to see Bruce Willis kick some ass, there's no doubt that Die Hard never gets boring. At the time, Bruce Willis was known for the TV series Moonlighting, but this film skyrocketed him into stardom. Hollywood ReporterDie Hard became so popular that it was followed by four sequels, and there may be one more in the works. As great as the original

80s

Why Michael Keaton Deserves Way More Credit Than We Give Him

In the last few years, we've seen a ton of new movies being released with famous actor Michael Keaton. Yet it seems that throughout this revival of his reputation, we're still stuck picturing him from his most famous motion pictures, some of them giving him a slightly ridiculous image. But Keaton is actually quite a capable actor, with many serious and moving roles to his name. Here are just a few that you may have forgotten about. Mister Rogers NeighborhoodThis Is Not PornKeaton got one of his first major roles on the beloved children's show as a volunteer, but would

90s

10 Facts About "Home Alone 2" You Can Read While Eating A Large Cheese Pizza In A Limo

What Kevin McCallister lacks in luck, he makes up for in intelligence. Home Alone 2: Lost In New York was released on November 20th 1992, and people got really excited about it. We still love to get the hot chocolate out and watch this movie during the Christmas season. Here are 10 facts about the second movie installment that you can talk about the next time you watch this film with your family. 10. The Plaza’s real phone number is used in the movie.Everyone wanted to stay at The Plaza hotel after the movie came out, so they

Movies

Galaxy Quest Is Getting A New TV Show Because They Will "Never Give Up, Never Surrender"

Galaxy Quest is one of those amazing movies that deserves a lot more credit then it gets. It was a fantastic sci-fi comedy that people tend to forget, but now it's about to make a comeback! Amazon has announced that it's bringing back the hilarious Star Trek-style space exploration show to their streaming service with a brand new show. DreamWorks PicturesGalaxy Quest followed the story of a group of actors who had been the stars of a television show that was kind of like Star Trek. They traveled through space on a large ship, interacting with aliens and going on

90s

10 Facts About 'Office Space' Including What "PC Load Letter" Really Means

When Office Space came out in 1999, it gave people everywhere an excuse to quit their crummy job. Seriously.Director Mike Judge says that to this day people tell him they stopped putting up with their bosses after seeing this movie. If you're still wondering what the heck a TPS report is after all these years, check out these 10 facts about the movie:1. It began as a Liquid Television shortWhen Mike Judge was an engineer, he had an actual coworker named Milton, who really threatened to quit because his desk kept being moved. Judge went on to create

Pop Culture

10 Things That Remind Us Why We Love 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'

With some of the catchiest tunes, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was a classic movie of our childhood. From "Doll On a Music Box", to "Toot Sweets" this movie deserved more recognition than it got.  Dick Van Dyke was in his prime, riding on the high from Mary Poppins a few years previous, but Chitty Chitty Bang Bang didn't get the attention the Disney hit got. Released in 1968, we still continued to watch this movie into the 90s, because of its hilarity and light-hearted nature. Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about this movie:1. The book

70s

10 Magical Facts About "Bedknobs and Broomsticks"

Before Angela Lansbury was trapped under a spell in the beast's castle as Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast, she was performing magic as Miss Eglantine Price in the classic Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Released in 1971, generations of kids would see this movie as it stood the test of time. If you were swept away in this beloved childhood Disney movie, you will appreciate these magical facts that will take you back in time. 1. The movie was based on two books written by Mary NortonRather than just drawing from a single book for the film, Disney took elements

TV

10 Facts About Andre The Giant That Prove There's A Lot We Don't Know About Him

André the Giant was a staple in the wrestling world for the majority of the 80s. He not only was a huge wrestling star, but he also managed to become a movie star thanks to his role in The Princess Bride. But how did the "Gentle Giant" get his start in wrestling? Let's see how much you really know about the man who was around for so much of your child? 1. Where did it all start? WikipediaAndré the Giant was actually born André René Roussimoff in a small town in France. He had four siblings, but none of them