Planning to stay in this Valentine's evening, away from the throngs of four-legged lovey-dovey couples deadwalking the streets? How about getting in between the sheets with that special someone/s (hey, we don't judge) in the comfort of your nice warm bed with some true blue award-winning romantic movies?

Well, there are some classics and there are some tear jerkers here, but mind you, they're all Oscar Best Picture winners! Check them out below.
F*** speaks to upcoming actor Zach Gilford who plays a newlywed whose life is turned upside down when his wife`s unexpected pregnancy may be the work of the devil in DEVIL'S DUE...

Real Steel – Hugh Jackman

Man of Steel
There's something about Hugh Jackman and metal, adamantium claws and all. It's metal robots for him next, in his latest movie, Real Steel, and we met up with him in LA to find out more

By Royston Loh

Hugh Jackman burst onto the big screen in 2000 as Wolverine in X-Men and his star hasn't stopped shining since. His other non-X-Men movie hits include Van Helsing, The Prestige, Swordfish, Someone Like You and Australia. The Aussie is popular not just for his movies but also for being a notable singer, dancer and actor both on stage and in musicals he even won a Tony Award for his portrayal of the 1970s singer-songwriter Peter Allen in The Boy From Oz. And yes, he is also known for his very manly looks and physique, earning him the title "Sexiest Man Alive" by People magazine in 2008.
Leading the Prometheus expedition is the character of Elizabeth Shaw, played by Noomi Rapace. From director Ridley Scott, who delivered the likes of Thelma & Louise and Alien, we can immediately expect a strong character to inhabit Shaw's spacesuit. And at the hands of Rapace, best known for her work in the tremendously-popular Swedish Millennium series, she comes alive as a new action heroine for the 21st Century.
"I really wanna do a Thelma and Louise with Shailene (Woodley)!" - Emma Stone
Few issues provoke more intense discussion among Singaporeans than the foreign talent debate, and local films as far back as 2002’s I Not Stupid have capitalized on the us-versus-them dichotomy to draw in crowds at the local box office.
John Woo, Zhang Ziyi and Tong Dawei in Singapore for The Crossing – Part 1
We chat with director Anne Fletcher; Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon - who plays a no-nonsense cop; and Sofía Vergara - who plays a sexy and outgoing widow of a drug boss in Warner's upcoming comedy, HOT PURSUIT
F*** sat down with Bong for an interview at Seoul’s Four Seasons Hotel where the director spoke very candidly and occasionally through a Korean translator about Okja’s controversial journey and the subliminal message at the end of the film.
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Transformers Mania Hits Town!
Are you ready for the first ever Transformers Cybertron Con in Southeast Asia?

Whether you're a recent convert to the series thanks to the Michael Bay films, or a long-time fan of the franchise, the Transformers Cyberton Con is expected to churn Transformers mania in Southeast Asia to a fever pitch. The first ever Transformers Cybertron Con in Southeast Asia is to be held at the Resorts World Convention Centre from 11-14 March 2012, and will feature a gamut of exhibits and activities to sate the appetites of everyone from neophytes to the most avid of fanatics.
Army Dazed
We probe into the dark recesses of Gilbert Chan`s mind to get an insight into his inspiration for making 23:59, his personal encounters with the supernatural, and his talent for scaring hapless army boys so badly that they weep uncontrollably in the toilet (No, we`re not making up that last bit!)

By Raphael Lim

The movie has some truly hair-raising scenes; did you have any similar experiences during NS to inspire you in thinking up the horror sequences?
Actually, strange experiences did happen to me when I was writing the script. There was once when I was writing late into the night, about 3 am. All of a sudden, I could hear furniture being dragged across the floor right above me. It was so loud that I stopped writing and went to sleep. The next day, I went upstairs to my neighbour to speak to them about the noise. This old Indian lady opened the door. She told me that only she and her husband were staying in the apartment and they slept really early. And it was impossible that they were shifting their furniture so late at night! My hair kind of stood when I heard that.

Exit (엑시트) (2019) – Review

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