Top 5 Worst Movie Villains of All-Time

Since movies are a great source of entertainment, inspiration and information; we’re going to dive right into a normal aspect of them – the conflict situations involving superheroes and villains. They often go a long way to create a good story-line. The villains usually challenge the superheroes to come out of their comfort zone. However, when a villain falls flat by portraying undesirable characteristics, everything else goes out of the window.

With that said, we’ve compiled a quick list of the 5 worst movie villains of all-time.

Worst Villain of All-Time #5: Pennywise – IT
A 1986 TV movie that features a villain called Pennywise, an evil clown who performs pranks that cause misery and deaths. Every 27 years, the evil villain rises to devour the children of Derry. At one point, the cannibalizing clown is put to rest by a group of misfit teens. Unfortunately, he rises again to claim the life of the group’s leader. The clown is also responsible for countless nightmares and is a great manipulator because of his ability to control some residents of Derry. Interestingly, unlike other traditional villains of his nature, the scary clown commits crime because of hunger, and not for glory or power.

Worst Villain of All-Time #4: ‘Manos’ The Hands Of Fate
‘Manos’ The Hands of Fate is a low budget horror movie released in 1966. The movie has gained the distinction as the worst movie ever made. Some of the deficiencies in the movie include technical difficulties, non-flowing soundtrack and misplaced visuals. The plot revolves around a family trip and encounter with a polygamous community. The primary villain is called “The Master”, the leader of the cult that worships the dark god. Unlike most villains who often come out as witty, conniving and pushing for dominance, “The Master” is simply contend with only standing around to break arguments between his many wives.

Worst Villain of All-Time #3: Darth Maul – Star Wars Prequels
Darth Maul is a horned Sith villain who stands pre-eminently as the perfect super villain. The villain has scary yellow eyes, red and black face paint and uses double-edge red lightsaber for combat. The most disconcerting thing about Darth Maul according to many Star War fans is his brief appearance and killing at the hands of young Obi Wan Kenobi. During the early stages, many people had high hopes that Darth Maul will provide the villainous face for the whole trilogy, but this wasn’t to be. Critics of the film believe the death of Darth Maul was perhaps the biggest mistake ever made by George Lucas in the entire prequel.

Worst Villain of All-Time #2: Mr. Freeze – Batman & Robin
Mr. Freeze, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger is the primary villain in the movie Batman & Robin. He stands out as one of the most sympathetic villains ever created according to the box office numbers and critic responses. Critics attribute the meager $108 million that the movie grossed in the US to poor showing by Mr. Freeze. Although the villain is unintentionally hilarious; he provides horrendous acts and tasteless repetitions, which have made this movie one of the worst in the entire Batman series. His raw obsession with the weather has made many people to question the entire movie scripting.

Worst Villain of All-Time #1: Venom – Spider-Man 3
Venom almost resembles Spider-Man; he has all the powerful features including sharp fangs, big muscles, and a large slobbering tongue, which makes him a nightmare version of Spidey. The symbiote actually fuses the power of two villains who hated Spider-Man into a single powerful entity. However, Venom’s appearance on Spider-Man 3 was rather disappointing despite the initial hype from many movie goers. Fans didn’t get the ferocious villain they had expected, because actor Topher Grace was not as enforcing, frightening or intimidating.

It’s very important to recognize the role played by villains even though some of them will likely be forgotten because of their evil nature. Most villains in this list did not act their role to the fullest like Darth Maul or were simply out of place with less than impressive acts as evident with the likes of Mr. Freeze and The Master. In summary, the critical role played by villains in movies means they have the power to make or break a movie.

The Most Important Part of a Movie is the Last 15 Minutes

Movies are usually more than what we see in the trailers and advertisements. We really get to know what the movie is all about towards the middle or the end depending on the script writer and their choice of plot development and in most films the last 15 minutes tells us all.

There are movies that entertain and are actually enjoyable to the viewers yet they are characterized by illogical plots. The plot of the movie may turn out to be completely different from what the trailers depict and one realizes this once they get to watch the movie. Several screenwriters are aware that how you end you story plot will have a great impact on the audience. The last 15 minutes essentially will determine, the reviews you gunner from the audience that will in the end either make it a big deal or just another fail in the world of productions.

Good movies consist of meaning and action; the meaning referring to the hidden messages behind all the action which is basically the activities we see and remember. The action in the movie illustrates the meaning. Movies should contain both aspects when dissected into 15 minutes segments. An average film or movie is estimated to be 120 minutes and therefore divided into 8 segments each containing 15 minutes. The final moments of the film give it meaning adding substance and final touches as the audience finally gets the meaning from all action the in the first seven segments.

The last 15 minutes is the climax of the movie and here we get to see the hero in some sort of distress as the villain in the film gets their way. As the plot develops further the hero risks it all and confronts the villain in a fight which ends up in an ultimate win or loss. The climax of the movie is where you either gain or lose your viewers. Climax of a movie should have viewers at the edge of their seats anticipating more and more. This segment should be able to give the audience the satisfaction they desire unless you wish to hook them to the scene and cut them off suddenly.

The climax of the movie is like a type of correctional center where the script writer amends a character’s traits they deem unfit. These last moments carry much weight for the critics; in cases that action overlays meaning, the movie is most likely to have several negative remarks. The climax needs to be kept fresh and clichés should be avoided at all costs unless it is really necessary. The last 15 minutes of any type of movie from any genre is important in all films and it will either make or break the movie.

How Many People Does it Take to Make a Movie?

Everyone loves the movies. Sitting in a dark theater, watching the characters up on the screen, we don’t typically think exactly how much work goes into that hour and a half to two hours of entertainment that we’ve just experienced, except for maybe those few minutes as the credits are rolling. And the recent trend has been to credit more and more of the people that worked on a film, so those credits have been getting longer and longer. So how many people does it really take to make a movie?

There isn’t really a simple way to find that answer, due to many different factors that come into play. What kind of budget is there to work with? Is it a summer blockbuster or indie Oscar contender? Evan live-action vs animated can greatly impact the number of people involved.

According to a study by Stephen Follows, detailed in his Film Data and Education blog (, of the 50 top grossing films from each year between 1994-2013 (1000 movies), the average number of crew credits was 588. The biggest crews have been reported in the thousands, while more than half of the films Follows included credited less than 500. And many low budget independent films have been produced with less than 100 cast and crew.

The biggest factor in all of this is, of course, the budget. The bigger the budget, the more people producers can pay. Small budget? Might mean the sound editing and music editing teams are the same actually the same. Cast size also plays a large part. A movie like The Hunger Games has dozens of speaking parts that have to be credited, while Paranormal Activity only has four characters in the whole movie. A-list stars often come with their own assistants, hair and make-up people, sometimes more and all of these people are included in the credits.

Most films aren’t the big budget, huge special effects, blockbuster types. And the average number Stephen Follows found is likely skewed much higher due to huge tent-pole movies like The Avengers (2,718) and Thor (2,384). And there are many jobs on movies, like accountants for example, that may not get a credit at the end, so a website like IMDb doesn’t always have an accurate count of everyone involved.

So what does this all mean at the end of the day? High budget studio movies will have cast and crew typically in the 1500-2000 range, while smaller films are more likely to be 200-400. And either way, that’s a lot of popcorn that’s getting popped for the rest of us.

Can Too Many Gimmicks In a Movie Hurt It?

Anyone who has ever spent some time among the countless pop-news and movie review blogs will likely have heard, likely more than once, a film referred to as, “Gimmicky.” Even though most people understand what this means, let’s quickly go back to basics for the uninitiated by defining our terms. A movie gimmick, as classically defined, is any unusual idea which is included into a film (generally in post-production) for either the enhancement of the film experience, to drive box office sales or some combination of both.

If you’re familiar with film history, then you’ll likely remember such wonderful oddities as Smell O Vision or Sensurround. Smell O Vision, for those unaware, was a short-lived gimmick that had attendants bring in various scents into a given theater to be released during key scenes of a film. As one might expect, this didn’t work out too well and ended due to audience’s overwhelming negative reaction to the peculiar and often odious aromas. Indeed, Smell O Vision fared so poorly that it was only ever used commercially during the release of the 60s thriller, Scent of Mystery. This, however, isn’t a case of too many gimmicks hurting a movie but rather one, rather poorly constructed gimmick hurting a movie.

However, there are certainly cases where the reverse is true, where too many gimmicks are what cause the movie. Even if a gimmick works (something, say, like 3D) ramming it down the throats of the viewers too much can really damage the integrity of the viewing experience. A good example of this would be the 2011 box office flop, Mars Needs Moms. The film, produced by Disney Studios and costing a tremendous 150 million dollars, utilized a great deal of 3D effects, but without actually being originally rendered for 3D. This caused a terrible “uncanny valley” effect that was both ugly, distracting and often, painful to the eyes, and was one of (though certainly not the only) reasons that the film was such a disaster. Mars Needs Moms is essentially the proto-typical example of one film with far too many gimmicks for it’s own good.

As you can see, gimmicks are never a bad idea, but one should always remember to test them before actually including them in a film. Make sure that the gimmick has some relevance to the story, the setting the characters and the theme and never, ever include things just because you think the “kids will dig it.”

The 3 Best Live-Action Cartoon Crossovers of All-Time

Great entertainment will capture the attention of the broadest group of people possible while still catering to the individual subgroups that make it up. One of the toughest things to do is make both children and adults happy at the same time. The best method to do this by combining captivating live-action filmography with quirky, brightly colored animated characters. While there are a number of features that have experimented with his method, there are a few that stick out. Fusing live-action and animation has created a few timeless classics. With that said, here are our 3 best of all-time that helped to shape a generation.

The third best animation fusion feature of all-time is Enchanted. This fun family film brings the colorful and musical world of Disney animation into the real world. When princess Giselle is banished from her fantasy world she ends up thrown into ours. Lost in downtown Manhattan she discovers that the new world she is lost in lacks a lot of the magical simplicity she is used to. Things begin to look up when she is helped by Robert, a divorce lawyer. He gives her a place to stay at his daughter’s request, despite his thinking Giselle is just crazy. In time the bright spirits Giselle brings with her helps improve Robert’s dry adult world. Song and dance brings the childhood wonder back into his life. When Prince Edward comes to save her a twist of events lead to him bringing Robert’s fiance back to his world to get married while Giselle remains with her true love Robert. Everyone lives happily ever after.

The second best animation crossover of all-time is Space Jam. This Looney Tunes basketball movie proved to be a significant part of kid’s lives in the nineties. When the owner of an alien theme park decides he needs a new attraction for the park he turns to kidnapping Buggs Bunny and the other tunes. In order to save themselves, Buggs challenges the aliens to a game of basketball against the Tunes for their freedom. The aliens agree but have an evil plan up their sleeves. Before the game they steal the bodies of NBA superstars in an attempt to be unbeatable. In the end, however, the Tunes are able to beat the evil aliens in the basketball game and save themselves with the help of Michael Jordan.

The best live action and animation crossover of all-time is also a classic, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. When the carton star Roger Rabbit suspects his wife Jessica of being involved in an affair he hires Eddie Valiant, a real life private eye to investigate. The plot thickens when Marvin Acme winds up dead. Because of his unstable condition and accusations against Jessica, Roger becomes the prime suspect in the murder case. Despite hating toons since his brother was killed by one, Eddie is the only person who can prove that Roger is innocent. The adventure to clear Rogers name leads him and Eddy on a wild adventure through nineteen forties Las Angles and even into toon town, which is a dangerous place for live humans to be as they run the risk of getting suck as toons. Adventure, danger and Roger’s loyalty eventually wins over Eddie’s hatred of tunes.

The incorporation of live-action and cartoons has created family features that capture interest in adults and children alike. The wonderful world of animation allows adventures that simply are not available in real life alone. They teach valuable lessons about cooperation and adventure that everybody can benefit from. These three in particular have lessons that can benefit everyone.

Enjoying the Pleasures and Nuances of the Cinematic Experience

It’s awesome to attend a hotly anticipated movie that stars your favorite actor or actress, and getting to enjoy the complete cinematic experience. For those of us that don’t have the time to enjoy every movie we want to see in the theater, going to watch a film on the big screen is an extraordinary event. The smell or freshly kettle popcorn, the ceremonious breaking of the diet to splurge on candy and soda, and even the slightly uncomfortable anticipation of choosing your seats, these are just a few of the pleasures of that accompany the theater experience.

One of the often overlooked nuances that contributes to the excitement and allure of the cinematic experience is the previews. The previews seem to really set the mood and get your mind focused on enjoying the moment and getting focused on concentrating on the screen. They engage the audience and get the crowd excited for a possible future viewing of a new exciting movie coming out. They even sometimes provide comedic relief and make your head shake in disbelief when you see that they’re coming out with yet another “Fast and Furious” or another “Die Hard” sequel.

The movie previews are most often specifically geared towards the genre of movie that you’re actually there to see. For example, if you go to watch an intense crime drama, odds are that they are not going to play a preview of the next Pixar animated kids flick. Movie producers and marketing execs understand very well that the best way to get the masses interested in seeing their movie is to market to a target audience. Likewise, they will try to keep movie previews presented in the same ratings category, as it wouldn’t do them much good to show “rated-R” previews to a theater full of little kids.

Whatever the movie going occasion, let us try and sit back and enjoy the entire experience. Let us forget about the world outside. Let us forget about the diet, the stresses of a demanding occupation, or the heartbreaks of a complicated relationship. From the amazing aromas, to the previews, and to actually being magically transported to the fantasy world of the feature film, the enjoyments of a visit to the local movie theater are faithfully awaiting our next arrival.

Movie Posters and Their Reflection of the Human Personality

Genres of movies are often well reflected in the individual movie posters used in advertising which often become fan-favorites. People often like specific movies and genres as a whole because of their similarities to one’s own personality. Because of the many parallels to one’s personal taste, movie posters can actually seem to become a personal representation of self for some people.

The posters of the comedy genre mainly feature people widely smiling or laughing. People attracted to these types of posters and the movies the posters represent often love to laugh and smile themselves. People who desire comedy and the comedy genre posters love to look at life in a light-hearted way. Everyone knows that life is tough but it’s sometimes easier to laugh through the pain or look at the brighter side of things. Comedy movies and that genre poster represent one’s predisposition to laugh instead of cry, smile instead of frown and try to find the funny part in everything.

Fantasy movies and the Fantasy genre posters often represent far-off, mythical lands and scenarios that realists know can never exist. Fans of this genre and its posters like to mind-travel in space and time and also twist the boundaries of possibility. Fantasy movie posters often consist of bright, bold colors, catching everyone’s attention. The mystical ideas and all aspects of the fantasy genre are often also characteristic of the fans who love it.

Loving posters of the LGBT genre is very telling. Many of the posters of this type showcase originality, one’s true spirit, not letting anything hold one back. Whether one is in or out of the closet, it’s clear why one might be drawn to these types of posters and the movies they depict. They either demonstrate how one lives or wishes he could live his life.

Different movie genres demonstrate diverse types of stories in distinctive ways. Each of these genres and the movie posters representing the distinct movies attract a certain type of people. The very reason particular people are drawn to the genres and their movie posters has to do with how they personally relate their own life to what’s portrayed on screen and in poster. People tend to feel movie posters represent some portion of their own life, fantasies, feelings or desires.

Sometimes Hollywood and Politics Aren’t A Good Match

Political themes in feature films seem to rub movie goers the wrong way. They usually do very poorly at the box office falling behind all the other movies. There are several reasons for why political themes in a movie could turn a viewer off.

First of all, the political opinion being expressed might not be the same view of the person watching. If a political opinion challenges someone else’s, there will be disagreements. For example, a person who thinks President Obama is a great president might not want to see a movie that bad mouthed his name or presidency. So when a movie is really opinionated, it’ll lose almost half its audience due to a simple difference of opinion. A pro Democrat most likely won’t go see a pro Republican film and vice-versa.

The topics discussed may be considered controversial or too graphic for audiences. Certain events in history have become very touchy topics; such as 9/11 or the war in Iraq. To see a movie about a recent event where thousands of people died can be extremely controversial. People have lost family and friends during these disasters. Time needs to pass before such a sensitive topic can be approached by directors. Some films have been banned or widely deemed inappropriate for being insensitive to viewer’s losses. Some things really should only be discussed by news outlets for educational purposes.

A political film can find it hard to compete with other movies in more popular genres. A blockbuster action movie usually stays at the top of the box office and comedy movies usually come second. There is a lack of public interest in politics so political movies will fall behind other genres. People go to the movie theaters to have a good time; they may choose a movie with a lighter tone becuase they are trying to wind down from their busy lives.

Very few political films have been a box office success; however a movie can potentially do well and overcome the odds under certain conditions. The movie needs to be 100% facts recalling a certain event or public figure’s life. Examples of this would be an -autobiographical film about George W. Bush during his presidency or a film about WWI. Basically, in a political film the more facts and less opinions the better that way it can appeal to all political views and bring forth a topic people can agree with.

Making movies about things that happened after time has passed is also always a good idea. Time heals everything and before a sensitive issue can be touched from a entertainment stand point an appropriate amount of time has to pass. The more people that go to see the movie the better so they don’t want to turn people away with different opinions or sensitive topics.

8 Athletes Turned Actors

Professional athletes know going into their chosen sport that they won’t be able to make a career of it for a long period of time. Eventually, time will catch up with them and they’ll have to retire. Some athletes go on to coach new up and coming athletes in their former sport. Others go on to become announcers or even sports radio show talk hosts.. While others chose to walk away completely.

Then there are those who decide to capitalize on their notoriety in another way, by entering the field of acting. For some athletes, this may seem like a lark that they don’t take too seriously, for others they become so known for their acting that many forget that they got their start as professional athletes. These eight athletes turned actors could definitely fall into that category.

Athlete Turned Actor #8: Terry Bradshaw
For many, Bradshaw is still tied to the NFL for his successful career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He has also become known for being quite an outspoken sports analyst not just for the NBA but for NASCAR as well. But what many may not know is Bradshaw also has a long reaching acting career. He appeared in films such as Cannon Ball Run and Hooper. He would also appear in TV programs such as Everybody Loves Raymond and Married with Children.

Athlete Turned Actor #7: Howie Long
Perhaps the former NFL defensive lineman didn’t have the successful acting career but what put him squarely on this list is his determination to remain relevant by reinventing himself. After he retired from the NFL after a successful career with the Oakland Raider Howie Long did try his hand at acting with some marginal success. He made appearances in films such as 3000 Miles to Graceland and Broken Arrow. He also made cameo appearances in TV programs, and went onto do commercials as well. He than would go onto become an author penning the well-known book Football for Dummies. He then became a football analyst for Fox Sports.

Athlete Turned Actor #6: Rick Fox
To look at Rick Fox today it might be hard to recognize him at the man who once played for the LA Lakers in the NBA back ’97. In this time, Fox would find himself stumbling into yet another career, that of an actor. He would appear in films that appropriately had him playing a basketball player including Eddie and He Got Game. However, in 1997 he also landed another ground breaking role in the gritty HBO series OZ. He would appear in about a dozen episodes of the show in 1998 and 2003 all the while continuing his NBA career. After he retired from the NBA in 2004 he continued acting, appearing in some films but mostly in TV programs. He would land parts in Meet The Browns, The Big Bang Theory, and The Game.

Athlete Turned Actor #5: Chuck Connors
Yes, the man known to classic TV fans as television’s The Rifleman started out not just as a professional baseball player but basketball player as well. In fact, Connors is just one of 12 athletes in America who has belong to two professional sports leagues in the course of his athletic career. But as fate would have it Connors was playing baseball in California and caught the eye of a casting agent with MGM Studios. He was cast in his first film Pat and Mike which starred Audrey Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. He than appeared in more films and than made the transition over to television where he ultimately landed the role he would become known for as Lucas McCain on the western The Rifleman.

Athlete Turned Actor #4: Chuck Norris
It may come as no surprise that the action star began his career as a Martial arts champion. His transition over to acting began when he was cast in the movie The wrecking crew. But his defining moment when when he was cast to take on the Martial arts legend turned actor Bruce Lee in the film Way of the Dragon. After Lee’s untimely death, Norris sort of became heir apparent to the action films that featured martial arts. He would take acting classes to further develop his craft but was more known for the great action scenes that came in films such as An Eye for an Eye, Lone Wolfe McQuade, and the Missing in Action films. After his box office appeal seem to fade along with that form of action movies, Norris made a successful crossover to television. He would star in the long running CBS series Walker Texas Ranger. Now he has gone back to his roots teaching Martial arts along with promoting fitness equipment.

Athlete Turned Actor #3: Terry Crews
For a man who started out his career in the NFL, Terry Crews would go on to be known for something else all together in television, the Old Spice Man. Crews would appear in a series of commercials that were made to endorse how manly Old Spice was while promoting his athletic demeanor. These commercials along with other endorsements led to Crews beginning an acting career. He’d star in a series for BET call The Family Crews based on his own family life. But perhaps the role that launched him as an actor was when he was cast as the father on the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris. He would also land roles in films such as Training Day, Friday After Next, and Battle Dome.

Athlete Turned Actor #2: Jason Statham
Like Chuck Connors before him, Jason Statham made such a name for himself as an actor that it’s hard to remember he got his start in professional sports. Statham competed as a diver for Britain’s Diving Squad for twelve years. However, he was thrust into a career as an actor when he was cast in the film Lock, Stock and Two Barrels in 1998. Known for doing his own stunts due to his athletic ability Statham found steady film work over the years in action films. He’d also get some work in dramatic films as well including the independent film London that came out in 2006.

Athlete Turned Actor #1: Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson
Coming from a family of Wrestlers with a grandfather and father who also competed was it any wonder Dwayne the Rock Johnson would also enter the ring someday. Johnson would become a champion wrestler in the WWE. What many may not,  Johnson also played collegiate football for the University of Miami when he attended school there. So, how does a guy whose legacy was in the wrestling arena end up an action star in demand? With Johnson, it happened gradually he went from being one of the most popular wrestlers in the field to landing bit parts on TV sitcoms, including Cory in the House for the Disney channel. One of his first movie roles was in a Disney film called The Game Plan where he played football player. But true to his wrestling and athletic roots he has found more success as an action star. He has now made a name for himself starring in the Fast and Furious films that have become a franchise all their own. The list of movies he starred in are incredible and that’s why he’s one of the highest grossing actors in Hollywood today.

So, there it is. A list of some athletes who managed to make the transition to stardom. Yes, we could probably name a lot more no doubt that would spring to mind. Some who had success in the transition as those above, others who would no doubt like to forget even trying. Yes, being an athlete can be a spring board to an acting career because the fame is already there. But having the determination to to succeed along with the talent also plays a significant part in whether an athlete will be successful in the transition.

Top 5 Spring Movies You Wanna See!

Spring means ‘Spring Break’. Spring Break means you have plenty of time to go see movies you’ve wanted to see. We’ve 5 movies you’ll want to look for during your spring break. What are they you ask?

Spring Movie #1: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

We’ve all been waiting for it. We’ve all had this discussion as to who’s better. Is Superman or Batman the best? Well, you can now find out. You’ll want to get your tickets fast as you and everyone else will want to go watch Batman and Superman battle it out on the big screen. So, place some bets and mark your seat and watch as the battle begins to kick-off your spring in an action-packed style!

Spring Movie #2: The Jungle Book

We’re so used to seeing that cheesy cartoon about the Jungle Boy. It’s time to put on a pair of pants and go see the grown up version which’s said to promise not to disappoint you. Get a little wild and treat yourself and maybe someone else to seeing this at a movie theater near you. Hopefully the weather will feel like a jungle as well!

Spring Movie #3:  X-MEN: Apocalypse

A must-see movie this Spring Break. It’s time for the gang to come back and fight for what they believe in. All you X-MEN fans have bee waiting for this and it’s finally here. The next movie of the series that many comic book fans have grown to love. You can’t beat an action-packed Spring Break. So, if you don’t have anything planned, then you really need to plan to see this. Come on! Young and old alike will want to go see this movie, that’s just how entertaining it will be. Don’t forget to give yourself plenty of time to get tickets and concessions because you won’t want to miss a single thing!

Spring Movie #4: Brothers Grimsby

We suggest this comedy film because it has that ‘aw’ factor that women love. If you’re planning a great date night with that girl during your Spring break, then you might want to take her to see this movie of a guy looking to find his brother after being separated for so long. It has a nice plot to keep even the most action packed guy awake throughout the whole movie.

Spring Movie #5: Captain America: Civil War

Last but not least, the comic book world comes at you with some more action that’s guaranteed not to disappoint.  Many fell in love with character of Captain America and who couldn’t blame them? He is loyal to his country. And now he’s fighting a Civil War and you can watch to see his victory. Only, you’ll know how far he’ll fight by going to see this film.

As you can see, the movies want you to relax whether you’re at home or choose to go away for some much needed relaxation, and they want you to relax in a movie theater. Dark lights, great plots, and lots to talk about when you go back to the dullness of life await you. So, don’t miss out on these great movies.