OK, you made me chuckle when Jean Grey remarks on Return of the Jedi that 3rd movies are always the worst.... until I remembered that the third movie you’re obviously referring to was made by someone else. Not a very cool move. Also, technically Apocalypse is movie #3 in the new series... I only hope Singer was aware…
AMC sells alcohol in more than a hundred movie theaters nationwide. When asked about the possibility of minors being served, “We price ourselves intentionally to make it unattractive for minors to come and try purchase alcohol”, a spokesperson replied. Beer is $6 for a 12 oz domestic, $10 for a 24 oz draft.
The movie Time Lapse doesn’t involve anyone traveling in time* but does center around a temporal paradox that the characters have to navigate through. This premise keeps the movie from getting into Primer levels of complexity. Minor spoilers (nothing not in the trailer) ahead.
I have mixed thoughts about Australian film These Final Hours. It doesn’t really break any new ground as an end-of-the-world movie but I liked it. Minor spoilers (not more than what’s in the trailer) ahead.
Bella imaga cona Kevin, Bob y Stuart.
Yes, this is about Jurassic World. Yes, this is about the infamous scene depicted at left. Minor spoilers ahead.
... it’s either a very, very smart dinosaur - or everybody else in your movie is a freaking moron! Spoilers for Jurassic World...
No, I did not forget zeros, there... :) United Passions, the image-campaign movie of the Federation of International Football Associations, that cost 29 Million Dollars to produce, is a never before seen lecture of very, very bad timing in when to bring your movie into cinemas.
... but casting The Rock in a movie where he plays second fiddle to the special effects is a waste of talent and charisma.... Mild spoilers for San Andreas - but it’s not that who dies is going to surprise you much ;) except for one character...
.... and I had absolutely no intention of adding a Fast & Furious movie to it, but damn... Furious 7, damn you and your heartfelt and emotional ending..... :_(
By now you've seen the trailer which has once again put Tom Cruise squarely in the drivers seat of action movies. At one commenter pointed out, Tom is now older than Wilford Brimley was when he did Cocoon. In case you think he's phoning it in, consider this:
I've had no training in filmmaking or analysis so if I notice the camerawork while I'm watching a movie it's probably not a good thing. That said, Banshee Chapter is still a decent film combining MKUltra, numbers stations and a few scares. Mild spoilers ahead (not much beyond what's in the trailer).
...and let him fight Ed209? Welcome to the strangeness that is Chappie. Spoilers, fuckmother!
Whenever I am unfortunate enough to watch the local news, I always notice a striking irony. When the anchors are not reciting The Daily Chronicle of Woe and Murder, they banter. And they banter cutesy, amiably, like small town provincials. Never mind that they were just reading terrible news. Never mind that they as…
Just before the turn of the century Tim Burton and Johnny Depp worked together on Sleepy Hollow, a movie that played into both of their strengths. Like the current television show it takes many liberties with the original Washington Irving story. I recently rewatched it and to me it held up well.
Okay, I guess I missed this on the main page, twice. I guess I just don't pay enough attention to the main page anymore. Anyway SPOILERS!!!
Last night I had about ten more minutes work, so I advanced my way through some clips and trailers for new movies on Hulu. Eventually I came to one for Free the Nipple which the clip description, the movie's site and Wikipedia all say is based on the true story of a campaign for the right of women to be topless in…
When I saw Jacob's Ladder back in the 1990s it was unsettling. Rewatching it last night was a very different experience. Spoilers for a 24 year old movie ahead.
Okay, it has nothing to do with Oppo, but I had to watch it + write a paper about it for a class, so here goes. SPOILERS.