Lethal Weapon

The top 25 underrated screen villains

Tim George Feature Mar 20, 2015

Hannibal Lecter and Hans Gruber? They're the movie villains who get the recognition they deserve. But what about this lot?

Lethal Weapon: ranking the movies in order of quality

Guy Buckland Feature Mar 6, 2015

We take a look at this classic Mel Gibson franchise... Eenie, Meenie, Miney... Hey Moe!

Chris Hemsworth linked with Lethal Weapon reboot

Simon Brew News May 8, 2014

Warner Bros is looking to reboot Lethal Weapon, with Chris Hemsworth reportedly offered a lead role.

Dedications at the end of movies, and what they mean

The inside of a cinema
Simon Brew Odd List Apr 1, 2015

Lots of films are dedicated to, or in memory of someone. But it's not always clear why. Updated April 2015.

10 of the internet's dodgiest fake videogame cartridges

Ryan Lambie Top 10 Sep 5, 2013

Fake retro videogame cartridges are a common sight on the net, and some of them are really, really strange. Take a look at these...

Shane Black interview: Iron Man 3, Last Action Hero, writing

Ryan Lambie Interview Apr 22, 2013

With Iron Man 3 out soon, we sat down with writer and director Shane Black about screenwriting, action, Last Action Hero and Christmas...

The 50 most memorable action movie moments

Ryan Lambie Odd List Mar 8, 2012

Gunplay, car chases, shouting, one-liners and kung-fu — here’s our pick of the 50 most memorable action movie moments…

The joy of reading movie scripts

Ryan Lambie News Mar 6, 2012

They’re the foundation of any movie, but they’re often a great read in their own right. Here, Ryan explains why movie scripts can be so fascinating…

Top 10 movie showdowns

Luke Holland Top 10 Oct 27, 2011

The movies are full of one-on-one battles, not least in X-Men: First Class, which arrives on disc next week. To celebrate, here are 10 classic cinema showdowns...

In praise of movie novelisations, and the gold they offer movie geeks

David Jones News Sep 28, 2011

Mere marketing tool, or thumping good read? Here, David praises the greatness of movie novelisations…

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