Joey and Drew · December 13, 2017 · 5:13 am PST
Star Wars The Last Jedi is finally here and for the momentous occasion Joey has made his fateful return. Will Star Wars use the force to dominate the box office?
Or will Ferdinand spear into its rankings?
The FML Podcast crew · December 13, 2017 · 5:08 am PST
Everything under the FML sun. Special guest: The FML Nerd!
Todd Thatcher · December 12, 2017 · 11:26 am PST
Todd Thatcher predicts what the future may hold at the box office for this coming weekend.
Phil Crone · December 12, 2017 · 5:09 am PST
The key to the Perfect Cinema this past weekend? Cartoons and comic books.
Becky Aurit · December 11, 2017 · 5:51 am PST
Seems like a good time to preview a potential blockbuster of a rebooted sequel to a revived, pre-millenial trilogy....
The FML Podcast Crew · December 11, 2017 · 4:55 am PST
Now featuring mini-episodes. Today.. the Awards Draft!
Patrick Reardon · December 06, 2017 · 9:42 pm PST
A look at the new films for week 2 and which films you should be targeting for Week 2.
Drew and Joey · December 06, 2017 · 9:14 am PST
Let's Get It Started! Tommy Lee Jones and Morgan Freeman look to bring life to the box office this weekend. But can they fend off the expansions of Darkest Hour and The Shape of Water?
The FML Podcast Crew · December 06, 2017 · 5:21 am PST
Your weekly audio dose of everything FML
Todd Thatcher · December 05, 2017 · 7:07 pm PST
Box office estimates for all 15 of this week's box office offerings.
Philip Crone · December 04, 2017 · 8:58 pm PST
A historic performance proves to be anything but disastrous for the artist and proves to be the key to this week's Perfect Cinema.
Becky Aurit · December 04, 2017 · 5:30 am PST · 1 Comment
Natalie Portman is back in a movie whose trailer is better seen than described.
Patrick Reardon · November 30, 2017 · 4:39 am PST
A look at upcoming films that should be on your radar.
The FML Podcast Crew · November 29, 2017 · 5:37 pm PST
Your weekly dose of everything FML
Joey and Drew · November 29, 2017 · 4:19 am PST
Let the games begin! A few limited releases enter the fray but can they make enough to snag BP? Should you side with either Disney or Warner Bros to anchor your cinemas to strive for perfection?