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Matt Damon Drama

Matt Damon proved his talents as a dramatic actor beyond a shadow of a doubt with critically-acclaimed 1997 drama 'Good Will Hunting'. And with western remake 'True Grit' and phenomenal crime-drama 'The Departed', he appears no signs of slowing. Also make sure to check him out in 'The Talented Mr. Ripley' to see him channel his inner creep!

George Clooney Drama

A collection of two-time Academy Award winner George Clooney's leading dramatic roles, including 'The Descendants' and 'Up in the Air'. Fun fact: Clooney's famous good looks are the combination of an anchorman father and beauty-queen mother. The odds were stacked!

'No, Seriously, They Are': Best True Story Movies (Honestly)

Usually the type of movies that start with 'based on a true story', are cheesy horror flicks about paranormal investigators; not so with these incredible true stories, that chronicle everything from daring exposes to acts of martial courage and sporting triumph.

Matt Damon Movies

Why is it the only thing we can think of when we hear Matt Damon's name is the South Park guys' impression of him in 'Team America'? We are 90% sure he's more intelligent than that in real life.

George Clooney Thrillers

While his Romantic-Comedies display a warm, goofy side, Clooney can also pull off cutthroat lawyever, grizzled soldier, and suave assassin. Don't believe us? Check out this list of his very best thrillers, including 'Ocean's Eleven' and 'Gravity'.

George Clooney Movies

It seems like everyone is getting voted the sexiest man alive these days, but with Clooney the title holds weight. Comedy, drama, or adventure - ladies, prepare to swoon!

Bill Murray Movies

Murray has been a comedic fixture in Hollywood from the 1970s, and with recent hit 'St. Vincent' he doesn't show any signs of stopping. Make sure you have a bottle of water handy because humor doesn't get drier than Murray, particularly if Wes Anderson gets involved.

Priceless Artwork, Crafty Nazis

When the Nazis came to power, they didn't just hunt down people, they also stole millions in priceless artwork - a cultural travesty that these films take as their starting point.

Bill Murray Comedy

Bill Murray got his start on Saturday Night Live, but really made a name for himself in the 80s with slapstick comedies like 'Meatballs', 'Caddyshack', 'Ghostbusters', and, of course, 'Groundhog Day'. For something a little more recent make sure to check out 2014 dramedy 'St. Vincent', co-starring Melissa McCarthy and Naomi Watts!

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