Articles by Jack Beresford
Not every member of SAMCRO was created equal, as this ranking of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club's toughest members demonstrates.
Sons of Anarchy boasted some of the most despicable villains to ever grace TV - but sometimes the bad guys were just plain bad.
Hugh Jackman as Wolverine ranks among the most inspired casting in the entire X-Men movie universe. However, other casting decisions weren't as great.
Some impressive A-list actors have contributed to the Star Wars universe in the past, but not every big star has turned in in a big role.
The ‘00s may have been a difficult time for fashion, music, and hairstyles, but it was even worse for teen movies, as these forgettable films show.
On the big screen, they fought for the future of a galaxy far, far away, but in reality, not all the men and woman of the Star Wars are as brave.
The '90s was a strange time for superhero movies. Some were good, some were bad, and some were just plain weird.
Casting is key. Get it right and you might have another Tony Stark on your hands. Get it wrong and it could end up like The Incredible Hulk.
If you thought Back to the Future's issues began and ended with the hiring and firing of Eric Stoltz, then you are sadly mistaken.
Wesley Snipes' Blade movie was significant for a number of reasons - but it wasn't the movie Snipes set out to make when he first met with Marvel.
Angelina Jolie made her name as Lara Croft, so why are her two Tomb Raider movies so unpopular among fans? Where do you start...
In the criminal justice system, guest appearances on Law and Order are considered mandatory among Hollywood's elite. These are their stories.
Doom seemed like the perfect fit for a video game movie adaptation, especially after rising star Dwayne Johnson joined the project. What went wrong?
Life found a way to make Jeff Goldblum's Dr. Ian Malcolm the heart and soul of Jurassic Park - but how well do you know the Chaos theory-loving icon?
Seinfeld is rightly regarded as the greatest network sitcom of all time. However, that status came at a cost, as these fascinating stories show.
Die Hard writer Steven E. De Souza thought he had a foolproof plan in place to make Street Fighter: The Movie, but he was wrong... very wrong.