There’s a lot of teenage angst in the first trailer for THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2, but the good news is that there’s also a lot of action and plenty of villains. Spider-Man has his work cut out for him in the sequel, so check out the first trailer below. I was hard on the first […]
Back when I was in my late teens and early adulthood, I remember Winnie the Pooh being quite the cash cow for Disney. That was when the Disney catalog was a huge thing and I can vividly remember Pooh items taking up half the catalog while Mickey Mouse and gang inhabited the other half. Then […]
In the MAN OF STEEL sequel, we know we’re going to have: Batman, Superman, Lex Luthor, Nightwing, supposedly Doomsday and now officially, Wonder Woman, along with other Justice League members. Why not just call this JUSTICE LEAGUE? After years of reported attempts to bring Wonder Woman to the big screen and months of speculation about […]
The biggest revelation about HER is the incredible voice work of Scarlett Johansson. It’s almost sad that she won’t get any awards credit or recognition for her efforts since I don’t know if I’ve ever been more impressed by someone’s voice acting. I don’t know if that comes across in this new trailer, but I’m […]
With all the excitement lately around how many villains there are going to be in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2, Sony decided to drop a handful of new images to show off some of the action. You’ll have to take a look for yourself, but to me they look like something you’d see in a video […]
There he is, in his bowler hat, baggy pants and oversized shoes, twitching his mustache and twirling his cane. Maybe he’s foiling a brute in the park; or rescuing an orphan from authorities; or eating a boot; or insisting a gamine smile; or pulling a fast one on a vicious dictator. Whatever it is, it […]
Ever since it was delayed past awards season, I’ve been a little worried about George Clooney’s MONUMENTS MEN. It looked like an Oscar frontrunner when it was going to be released in December, but now it looks like something the studio forgot about. Early spring is where movies go to die. But to remind us […]
VIOLET & DAISY tries to be a whimsical action-comedy with the kicker of 2 young women being hired assassins. I like the premise, but the execution just doesn’t come through. You basically wait the entire film for something really to happen. Little does. The problem lies squarely with Director/Screenwriter Geoffrey S. Fletcher. He tries too […]
Today we’re happy to get to speak with the Director of ALL IS BRIGHT (2013), Phil Morrison. ALL IS BRIGHT is a different sort of holiday movie starring Paul Giamatti and Paul Rudd as best friends and partners in crime (literally) Denis and Rene. Denis has been paroled but when he arrives home his daughter […]
Lunch is important to some older men. They tend to eat it about the same time every day so it splits up the hours. It’s why, after a young man asks to study under him, Ip Man says, “Let’s talk after lunch.” Age is catching up to Ip (Anthony Wong, 2003’s INFERNAL AFFAIRS), but he […]
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