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Rogue Ten: Awesome Ocean Flicks Part 2

Monday, 31 January 2011 09:39

With the upcoming release of James Cameron’s Sanctum 3D, iamROGUE.com decided to take the boat out for a spin. Whether it is deep beneath the ocean surface or just a few feet from the shore, there have been some exciting cinematic adventures revolving around the ocean blue.

With part two of this seafaring list, we take a gander at a tragic romance turned box office smash and what this writer considers one of the greatest films ever made… period. Take a look and be sure to add your favorites in the comments below.

Rogue 10: Awesome Ocean Flicks Part 1

Thursday, 27 January 2011 11:07

With the upcoming release of James Cameron’s Sanctum 3D on February 4, iamROGUE.com decided to take the boat out for a spin. Whether it is deep beneath the ocean surface or just a few feet from the shore, there have been some exciting cinematic adventures revolving around the ocean blue.

With part one of this seafaring list, we take a gander at a B-monster flick that gets an A in fun, a classic disaster at sea movie and much more. Take a look and be sure to add your favorites in the comments below.

No Strings Attached is a modern day romantic comedy. Two people meet and decide to carry on a relationship strictly for sex. Now we all know it won’t be that simple, but this is Hollywood and romantic movies always work out in the end… almost always.

In Part 2 of our Rockin’ Romantic Comedies, we take a look way back to Frank Capra’s It Happened One Night to one of Audrey Hepburn’s most memorable roles in Breakfast at Tiffany's. It is amazing how hard it was to narrow down a list of the top ten romantic comedies, but we did it and we’re pretty damn confidant about our choices.

No Strings Attached is a modern day romantic comedy. Two people meet and decide to carry on a relationship strictly for sex. Now we all know it won’t be that simple, but this is Hollywood and romantic movies always work out in the end… well, almost always.

Way back before the term “romcom” existed, a handful of talented filmmakers created some of the most memorable romantic comedies ever made. Some of these filmmakers include Woody Allen, Michel Gondry, Judd Apatow, Frank Capra and Blake Edwards. iamROGUE.com decided to take a look at some of the most romantic and funniest films to ever grace the silver screen.

Rogue 5: Favorite Superhero Flicks

Thursday, 13 January 2011 10:55

Who wouldn’t want to be a superhero for a day? With Seth Rogen’s everyman hero role in The Green Hornet, there is sure to be conversation about that very subject. Of course this has IAR thinking about superhero movies and which ones really rocked our world.

While nobody will be surprised by our number one pick, you might be more surprised by a couple that just didn’t make the top five (Iron Man, Hellboy). So feel free to share your favorite cinematic superhero in the comment section below.

Rogue 5: Sword, Sorcery and Magic Flicks

Thursday, 06 January 2011 23:18

We’ve been talking a whole lot about Season of the Witch this week. From our exclusive interview with the lovely Claire Foy to our favorite Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman flicks. Thanks to that, we have sword, sorcery and witchcraft on the brain.

Throughout the years, there have been a number of terrific “sword and sorcery” movies that have brought adventure and excitement into movie theatres. And here are five great movies that might help get you in the spirit for Season of the Witch.

Rogue 5: Best Witches

Thursday, 06 January 2011 12:43

With Season of the Witch arriving in theatres Friday, January 7, there’s a little bit of magic in the air at IAR. While we’ve talked witches before, we decided to take a look at some of the most memorable “witches” in film and television.

Top 5 Nicolas Cage Flicks

Wednesday, 05 January 2011 13:25

Nicolas Cage is everywhere. Working the beat, studying the case, kicking ass as a caped crusader, bringing down an airplane full of convicts, chasing demons, skull ablaze, hell he’ll be tearing his way through the 14th century come Friday. But, of all the places Nicolas Cage has ventured in some 30 years as an actor, one must wonder: Where is Nicolas strongest?


Must See Ron Perlman Flicks

Monday, 03 January 2011 17:42

With The Season of the Witch set to swing into theaters on January 7th, Nicolas Cage has been the name on the tip of many moviegoers tongues. But Season offers more than just Nicolas Cage and a wicked story to run with, we’ll also see today’s ultra-alpha male Ron Perlman tear through the 14th century. And, I figure, if we get to see Perlman in a brand new action-packed slash-a-thon, why not revisit a few of the man’s classic roles?

2010 is over. We've tied up all our loose ends. We've made our resolutions. We've broken those resolutions. We've started to look forward into 2011. So now that 2010 is thoroughly behind us, let's check out the Rogue staff's most anticipated films of 2011.

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