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Best Click Movies


  • The Dukes of Hazzard

    The Dukes of Hazzard (PG-13, 2005)

    Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Jessica Simpson, Burt Reynolds, Joe Don Baker
    The General Lee is back and so are the Duke boys in this big-screen adaptation of the hit TV series,... read more brought to you by Jay Chandrasekhar of the Broken Lizard comedy troupe. Set in the "present day," the story follows Bo (Seann William Scott) and Luke (Johnny Knoxville) as they cruise around Hazzard County and wreck havoc in their classic 1969 Dodge Charger. Together with their scantily clad cousin Daisy (Jessica Simpson) and moonshining Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson), the two good old boys battle the corrupt county commissioner Boss Hog (Burt Reynolds) when he and local Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane (M.C. Gainey) threaten to take away the family farm. John O'Brien has the lone writer's credit on the film, though additional uncredited rewrites were handled by the Broken Lizard gang. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
  • Wimbledon

    Wimbledon (PG-13, 2004)

    Kirsten Dunst, Paul Bettany, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Jon Favreau, Sam Neill
    Directed by Richard Loncraine, Wimbledon follows the plight of aspiring tennis-star Peter Colt (Paul... read more Bettany), whose bad luck seems to manifest itself just about everywhere. Professionally, Peter is near the very bottom of the world tennis ranks, and personally, he can't find love despite his best efforts to do so. In a rare turn of events, however, Peter is chosen as a wildcard to play at Wimbledon, the tennis world's most prestigious competition. While there, he meets American tennis ingénue Lizzie Bradbury (Kirsten Dunst), and his confidence on the court and off improves tenfold as he falls further in love with her. Driven by his newfound luck, Peter climbs to the top of the tournament players at record speed, until he actually has a fighting chance of winning the men's singles title -- the question is whether or not his good fortune will hold out long enough for him to get the trophy. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
  • Red Eye

    Red Eye (PG-13, 2005)

    Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy, Brian Cox, Jayma Mays, Jack Scalia
    A woman is kidnapped by a stranger on a routine flight. Threatened by the potential murder of her fa... read morether, she is pulled into a plot to assist her captor in offing a politician.
  • Sideways

    Sideways (R, 2004)

    Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen, Sandra Oh, Marylouise Burke
    A wine tasting road trip to salute Jack's final days as a bachelor careens woefully sideways as he a... read morend Miles hit the gas en route to mid-life crises. The comically mismatched pair, who share little more than their history and a heady blend of failed potential and fading youth, soon find themselves drowning in wine and women. Emerging from a haze of pinot noir, wistful yearnings and trepidation about the future, the two inevitably collide with reality.
    • Reoffender
      Reoffender: Something about a movie about men drinking wine just doesn't click with me. Does taste a little better on a second try.
      Reviewed 7 years days ago
  • Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

    Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (R, 2004)

    John Cho, Kal Penn, Paula Garcés, Neil Patrick Harris, David Krumholtz
    Directed by Danny Leiner, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle follows the life-changing (and mind-al... read moretering) journey of Korean-American investment banker Harold (John Cho) and Indian-American medical-school candidate Kumar (Kal Penn). Both underdogs, Harold and Kumar decide to spend what would have been an otherwise uneventful Friday night satisfying an oddly intense urge for White Castle hamburgers. However, finding a White Castle proves a highly difficult task, and the two friends wind up on an epic road trip of deep thoughts, deeper inhaling, and enough half-baked, politically incorrect philosophizing to outweigh a White Castle value meal. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
  • Van Helsing

    Van Helsing (PG-13, 2004)

    Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham, Shuler Hensley
    The greatest monster hunter of them all has his work cut out for him as he tracks down three deadly ... read morefoes in this action-adventure saga. Gabriel Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman) is a man who has dedicated his life to battling evil forces who exist outside the bounds of nature; Van Helsing's work has not always made him friends, and a false accusation of murder still trails him. But when he's summoned to Transylvania at the behest of Anna Valerious (Kate Beckinsale), whose family has been fighting supernatural beings for generations, Van Helsing wastes no time answering her call. There, Van Helsing discovers that the undying vampire Count Dracula (Richard Roxburgh) has put a misshapen creature named Igor (Kevin J. O'Connor) under his spell, and, in turn, has forged an alliance with a hideous monster (Shuler Hensley) who was created by the misguided Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Samuel West). Adding to Anna's burden is her brother, Velkan (Will Kemp), a lycanthrope who becomes a bloodthirsty wolf under the light of the full moon. Van Helsing also co-stars Elena Anaya, Silvia Colloca, and Josie Maran as Dracula's vampire brides. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
  • The Last Temptation of Christ

    The Last Temptation of Christ (R, 1988)

    Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Barbara Hershey, Harry Dean Stanton, David Bowie
    Willem Dafoe plays Jesus Christ in this extraordinarily controversial adaptation of Nikos Kazantzaki... read mores's novel. The film depicts a sometimes reluctant, self-doubting Jesus, gradually coming to accept His divinity and the inexorability of His ultimate fate. The much-maligned sex scene with Mary Magdalene (Barbara Hershey) occurs as an hallucination experienced by Jesus as he suffers on the cross. This particular sequence was what infuriated the film's most rabid critics, but in fact it is just one of many iconoclastic musings to be found in the film and its source novel. Equally volatile are the intimations that, as a carpenter, Jesus indifferently shaped the crucifixes for other condemned prisoners long before his own fate was sealed, and that Judas (Harvey Keitel) was literally manipulated into betrayal by a Christ whose preoccuption with his own destiny compelled him to "use" others. None of these departures from the normal interpretation of the scriptures are offered as any more than theory; as such, it was accepted as food for thought by the more open-minded clerics and Biblical scholars who recommended the film. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
  • Alien Resurrection

    Alien Resurrection (R, 1997)

    Sigourney Weaver, Winona Ryder, Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon, Michael Wincott
    Two centuries after Ellen Ripley's death, doctors aboard the space station Auriga clone her using a ... read moreblood sample taken from Fiorna 161, in hopes of harvesting the queen embryo that was incubating inside of her when she was trapped on the remote penal planet. Finally succeeding after numerous attempts, they remove the alien and repair the clone for further study. Before long, the Ripley clone has gained consciousness, and displays superhuman capabilities that suggest it possesses alien DNA. When Ripley discovers that General Perez (Dan Hedaya) is keeping the queen in a heavily fortified room of the space station, she warns the military man and his scientists that the creature cannot be contained no matter how hard they try. Meanwhile, General Perez has hired a crew of space pirates to deliver the cryogenically frozen bodies of another ship to the Auriga so they can be used to breed more aliens. The leader of the pirates is Johner (Ron Perlman), a gruff mercenary who engages Ripley to no avail. When Call (Winona Ryder), one of Johner's crewmembers, admits that she was sent to assassinate Ripley, General Perez attempts to have the pirates executed. The result is a tense standoff between the pirates and the military men, with the aliens causing havoc after breaking free of their containment cells. Attempting a daring escape, Ripley and the pirates discover the lab where she was cloned before being forced to swim through the mess hall, which has been submerged in water during the aliens' escape. Discovering a carefully guarded secret about Call's past, Ripley attempts to convince her to alter the Auruga's course, which was set to Earth when the ship went into emergency mode. With the fate of mankind hanging in the balance, Ripley is captured by the aliens and taken to their nest, where she comes face to face with the mutated results of the scientists' experiments. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
  • Team America - World Police

    Team America - World Police (R, 2004)

    Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Kristen Miller, Masasa, Daran Norris
    Directed by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Team America: World Police is a tongue-i... read moren-cheek but nonetheless politically biting send-up of the CGI-laden, big-budget action movies that have taken an almost exclusive hold over mainstream box offices, particularly during the summer months. Inspired by the Thunderbirds, a popular 1960s children's series, Team America: World Police uses similarly styled, but significantly more crass, marionette puppets in lieu of computer-generated images to breath life into an elite group of adventurers known as Team America. Their mission: to travel the world, root out its terrorists, and keep evil at bay. Aside from intentionally employing all of the hallmarks of standard action-adventure blockbuster formulas, from a prototypical hero to his communist arch-rival, the film also boasts the occasional musical number. The puppets were created by Norman Tempia along with Charles and Stephen Chiodo, the brothers behind the cult classic Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Team America: World Police is not based on Team America, a 1980s series from Marvel Comics, which followed a patriotic team of racecar drivers. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
  • Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story

    Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story (PG-13, 2004)

    Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Christine Taylor, Justin Long, Stephen Root
    Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story revolves around amiable undera... read morechiever Peter LaFleur (Vince Vaughn), whose rundown gym, Average Joe's, is populated by a less-than-average clientele including a self-styled pirate, an ultra-obscure sports aficionado, and a pining high school nerd. It soon becomes apparent that Joe's is in financial trouble and will soon be foreclosed by attractive attorney Kate Veach (Christine Taylor) - unless Peter can cough up $50,000. Despite Average Joe's posing little threat to Globo Gym, a fitness Goliath across the street that is owned by egomaniacal White Goodman (Ben Stiller) - Goodman senses an easy acquisition and decides to take over the facility. Peter's ragtag group of regulars, however, are less than thrilled with the prospects, and mobilize a showdown, winner-takes-all Dodgeball tournament against Globo Gym. The film also features Missi Pyle, Rip Torn, Stephen Root, and Alan Tudyk. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
    • csokoc599
      csokoc599: lkshake Brings All The Boys To The Yard lmfao great movie make sure you watch end credits :) and to click enter everytime Ben Stiller Snaps His Fingers For Easter Eggs
      Reviewed 4 years days ago