So, basically, Immortals is Clash of the Titans crossed with 300? Ok, sure. I’ll buy a ticket to see that. The film does star Mickey Rourke and John Hurt. Those guys usually pick good movies to act in. Open the full post to read the synopsis for ‘Immortals.’
Come on, you got Avatar’s Col. Quaritch playing a character named Commander Nathaniel Taylor in your TV show, and his first lines in the trailer are welcoming the characters to a new foreign jungle-like world. Pssshh, that’s so Avatar.
Terra Nova is produced by Steven Spielberg. So a jaded movie nerd like myself could easily imagine Spielberg just saw Avatar and thought to himself, “That movie made a lot of money! So did my movie, Jurassic Park. Hmmmm… I HAVE AN IDEA! Let’s mash the two together! People won’t be able to help themselves. They will eat it up like flies on shit.” Or something like that…
DC Comics has done a good job putting out a slew of animated movies that circle around their biggest selling franchise heroes. And after their last animated Green Lantern movie, Green Lantern: First Flight, I was hoping to see more animated adventures of Hal Jordan and crew. Perhaps in the form of a weekly Cartoon Network show, but I’ll take what I can get.
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights is a collection of short stories about the Green Lantern corps. All the stories intertwine with each other in the end. It looks fantastic.
E.T. was a light hearted, child friendly alien movie. It touched the heart of millions. But this summer, E.T. returns. This time, he doesn’t want to just touch your heart… HE WANTS TO RIP IT OUT OF YOUR RIB CAGE AND FEAST UPON IT. At least, that is what I think he wants to do. Or rather, that is what his family wants, based on what I am seeing in this silly faux trailer.
Why does Marvel even bother producing these Saturday morning X-Men cartoon? The anime genre is where it’s at! Just watch this trailer for the upcoming X-Men anime and try to tell me you didn’t shed a single tear of joy.
I was really impressed with this trailer. It looks like a classic revenge flick in the spirit of The Vengeance Trilogy.
Synopsis: Shockingly violent and stunningly accomplished, I SAW THE DEVIL transcends the police procedural, pushing the boundaries of extreme Asian cinema in ways that will surprise and thrill fans of the genre.
The Good, the Bad and the Weird’s Lee Byung-hyun stars as Dae-hoon, a special agent whose pregnant wife becomes the latest victim of a disturbed and brutal serial killer, captivatingly played by Oldboy’s Choi Min-sik. Vowing revenge, Dae-hoon blurs the lines between hunter and hunted and good and evil, eventually becoming a monster himself in his twisted pursuit of revenge.