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Steve Jobs Review or: How Danny Boyle & Aaron Sorkin Revolutionized the Biopic

November 21, 2015 |

Ten years ago this month a movie about Johnny Cash named Walk the Line opened across America to the tune of $22 million. It quadrupled its budget, won Reese Witherspoon an Oscar, launched Joaquin Phoenix briefly into the stratosphere (before … Read More

Hercules Review: Living Up to the Legend

July 25, 2014 |

Humanizing extraordinary heroes is the hip thing to do these days, and the Brett Ratner directed “Hercules” follows in the tradition by bringing the demigod down from Olympus. Don’t let the trailer fool you; This isn’t about hydras and other mythical … Read More

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Trailer #1

October 24, 2013 |

Marvel is ramping up the Hype machine and just released a new trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier! After a quick stint leading a bunch of egotistical super heroes during the defense of Manhattan from an alien invasion, Cap has … Read More

Pacific Rim is the Most Awesome Dumb Movie Ever Made

October 23, 2013 |

The always hilarious crew over at Screen Jukies expertly satirizes Del Toro’s mindless monster beat ‘em up with their latest episode of Honest Trailers. Beware, there are lots of spoilers within, but honestly it doesn’t matter anyway. I think if … Read More

Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston confirmed as ‘Man of Steel’ sequel’s Lex Luthor?

August 24, 2013 |

Earlier this week, the internet was a buzz with the news of Warner Bros’ casting Ben Affleck as Batman. Love him or hate him, Batfleck will don cape and costume and appear alongside Henry Cavil for the Man of Steel sequel. … Read More

Ben Affleck to star as Batman

August 22, 2013 |

According to Warner Bros., Ben Affleck will star as Batman in Zack Snyder’s re-imagining of the character for the big screen.

After the “successful” Superman reboot, director Snyder made it known that he would be pitting The Dark Knight against … Read More

Her trailer [HD]

August 13, 2013 |

The trailer for the next Spike Jonze film, Her, is out and our interests are officially piqued. Spike Jonze has this way of creating characters and making us feel exactly what they feel. That’s how I felt, anyway, about the … Read More

Thor: The Dark World Trailer 2 [HD]

August 8, 2013 |

Two years ago Marvel introduced us to Thor, the god of thunder from the world of Asgard. He wasn’t exactly like the comic book character but it worked out. And if it had been any other person other than Chris … Read More

47 Ronin Trailer HD

July 24, 2013 |

The highly anticipated 47 Ronin trailer debuted today and we think it looks promising. Could this be Keanu Reeves’ big comeback? Has it really been over 10 years since he starred in the memorable movie entitled The Matrix? I mean … Read More

Sony to make Gran Turismo movie

July 24, 2013 |

Do you like the Fast and the Furious films? How about the Need for Speed film due out in 2014; excited for that? Well racing fans, there is another racing film on its way! Read More

Pacific Rim- Review

July 12, 2013 |

Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim blew me away. It’s like everything and nothing you’ve ever seen before while simultaneously remaining completely unmatched. There’s like this perfect balance between “Wow! Godzilla” to “What the hell is going on?! I never would have thought of that!”. From Cronos and Pan’s Labyrinth to Hellboy and now Pacific Rim, Guillermo del Toro as a chillingly visual director has yet to disappoint me. Read More

Man of Steel – Review Part 2

June 24, 2013 | 1

Why do we continue to allow Zack Snyder to ruin beautiful things? After what he did with Sucker Punch, Zack Snyder shouldn’t be allowed to direct a movie. That movie, although visually stunning, was horrendously anti-character driven. I understand that he wrote it; maybe therein lies the problem, but I digress. We aren’t here to talk about the failures and shortfalls of Zack Snyder… unless we’re talking about Man of Steel.  Which in this case we are. Read More