MacGyver was the greatest TV shows of all time, yes? Yes. But so much of it only exists in memory now. Or did, until someone came along and catalogued every single awesome thing Mac ever did, in convenient interactive form.
Saturday Night Live is releasing its latest sketch-turned-film this weekend: MacGruber. If you can deal with heaps of low-brow humor, it'll leave you in absolute hysterics. If dick jokes aren't for you, turn away now.
Spring is here, and that means one thing: the serious Oscar movies and post-apocalyptic trudge-fests of winter are over. Get ready for explosions, sexy mad science, and cyborg-on-cyborg violence. Here's our guide to the science fiction/fantasy movies of spring.
We're dying for more information about Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's alien-encounter comedy Paul, especially now that it's been delayed. Luckily, we cornered co-star Kristen Wiig, and mind-probed her to learn more about the film's science-fictional in-jokes.
Looks like the rumors are true — Ryan Phillippe could be our new Steve Rogers. But before we can even chew on the idea of a Cruel Intentions Cap, another actor has stepped up to the plate: G.I. Joe's Duke.
This year's annual South By South West film festival in Austin, Texas has picked up some heavy-hitting foreign science fiction, with the industrial Cargo, not to mention Star Wars finger-pointing, and vampires. Here are our top SXSW film picks.
MacGruber, the gadget-heavy SNL sketch that always ends with an explosion, was heavy on someting else last night: Product placement. And not even a cameo by Richard Dean Anderson—MacGyver himself—could save these three commercials.
Click to view MacGruber hasn't checked his stock portfolio in months. So when he finds himself with a little spare time before defusing a nitrogen bomb, he pulls out his old ghetto laptop to check his stocks, "authentic" modem sound and all. What he learns is that the Financiapocalypse is at hand. Note: May not be…
Macgruber, Saturday Night Live's MacGyver parody, defuses bomb after bomb while dealing with some family issues. This clip is from last night's episode with guest Shia LaBeuof. Bonus points for naming that gadget that falls out of the backpack. Looks like some sort of pink...oh God. Video: