To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Die Hard, we've ranked the greatest thrill rides of the post-"yippee-ki-yay" era.
Sorry, NSA. The movies beat you to the punch.
Nitpicking to the max.
A hilarious romp through Gotham City!
Why so serious, Christopher Nolan?
There are some essential characters you'll need a quick reminder about.
In our latest edition of Vulture Scavenger, we waded through all six modern Batman films and accompanying materials.
"From director Christopher Nolan, who prompts fanboy boners from whatever he touches ... " Touché.
Hitchcock: always watching.
Behind Titanic and Avatar.
We trace the themes behind all of Christopher Nolan's past movies to guess the future.
And Schumacher wishes he'd made 'Dark Knight.'
The Dark Knight rises again with Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo.
We look for dangerous signs of vulnerability, because evil has no better ally than a wide-open crotch.
'Thor,' 'Green Lantern,' and 'Captain America' have turned their backs on the downbeat superheroics of 'The Dark Knight.'
"Yes it can — I've done it before."
Killer plants, icicles, and pencils.
No more distractingly cheesy dialogue, just mysterious words that could be well-written for all we know.
'The Dark Knight Rises.' Plus, it's Riddler-free.
Eddie Murphy! Shia LaBeouf! Cher! Joseph Gordon-Levitt, now, too!
Christopher Nolan's 'Dark Knight' followup on July 20, 2012.
Molestation, abandonment as children, the Holocaust ... they've all got excuses.
It looks like the 'Dark Knight' one.
Get excited, fans of rebooted things!
Nikki Finke says scribes David Goyer and Jonah Nolan have started the screenplay for the third Christopher Nolan–directed Batman film.