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Marvel's amazing Spider-Man has crawled into theaters in the new Spider-Man movie. Does the wall crawler kick super-butt or does the Spider-Man movie get squashed like a bug? Find out here!
The Rock's starring in his first big film - The Scorpion King and it's in theaters now. Does the WWF wrestling superstar cook up something good or is this flick a stinker? Get the lowdown right here.
Hollywood's given aliens a bad rep. They're not all out to abduct you from your bed and stick implants in your body. Meet E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, he might be the one to change your mind.
This flick about the Ice Age is very cool but doesn't leave you cold. It's the animated adventures of a bunch of wacky misfits and a squirrel with a really big nut as they try to rescue a baby from a freezing Ice Age.
The average American comes into contact with about 5,000 ads everyday. With TV commercials, billboards, radio ads, commercials before movies and now product placement in movies. When does it become too much to handle?
Mandy Moore and Shane West sizzle together in A Walk to Remember. You won't want to miss this flick and Kidzworld gave you the chance to score some cool, movie-related prizes. See who won!
This flick was publicized as a cheesy chick-flick - exactly the type of thing I love - but Crossroads is not. In fact, it's not a movie at all! It's a 96 minute commercial for all that is Britney.
Frankie Muniz stars in his first big screen movie, Big Fat Liar. Who better to play a sneaky character than this Malcolm in the Middle star? See if his flick gets a thumbs up...
A Walk to Remember left me with warm fuzzies that still make me smile. Britney's gonna have to pull a rabbit out of her hat to top her fellow popstar, Mandy Moore, in the acting category.
So, lately, are you just a lil' down? You're not alone. They're called the Winter Blues - or the Winter Blahs. Kidzworld picked five flicks you can rent to help beat the blahs. Check it out...
We saw a lot of flicks in 2001 some good and some not (Glitter - UGH!) Here are the flicks it seems most of us forked over the bucks to see. And man, there was a LOT of bucks forked...
Jurassic Park 3 is invading your home on DVD and VHS. Some of the nastiest dinos can now be enjoyed in your own home. If that's not your thing, how about some Jackie Chan kung-fu action?
How do you get into the holiday mood? Decorate the tree, bake or toilet paper your dad's car. Another way to get the spirit is by watching a Christmas movie. Check out these X-mas picks.
According to Disney/Pixar's Monsters Inc., there are pretty gruesome monsters lurking behind your bedroom closet door. But are they monsters worth watching or is this flick a snore-fest?
The romantic comedy On The Line hit the theaters on October 26th. Two fifths of *NSYNC took a break from being popstars to try and be movie stars. Is On The Line worth waiting in line for?
I jumped in line to watch Zoolander hoping that this VH1 character spin-off movie wouldn't make me gag. By the end I was howling! Zoolander is a hilariously harsh look at male modeling.
Keanu Reeves' latest flick Hardball doesn't involve his character asking, "What is the Matrix?" or pulling off any back-flips. But it does make his character question what's important in life.
Stuntmaster Jackie Chan and loudmouthed Chris Tucker team up to take on the baddest villains in Hong Kong. They duke it out with asian gangs, deadly assassins and explosives in Rush Hour 2.