In Anton Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven – starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt – the new seven are fixin’ to liberate the town of Rose Creek from the oppression of ruthless industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Saarsgard) – and achieve vengeance for Emma Cullen, whose husband he murdered.
After a couple of decent trailers that actually withheld most of the film’s funniest moments, Ghostbusters arrives with wit, charm, lovable goofiness, some serious melodrama and comes thisclose to being as good as the original.
The all-female Ghostbusters (and their dumber than a sack of flying mallets male receptionist) are worthy successors to Ivan Reitman’s original.
There’s something strange…coming to DC this Friday and Saturday. If you want to ride the new Ecto-1, Who Ya Gonna Call…. LYFT! Today, the famous ghost-busting ride of the upcoming summer movie made a stop in the DC Area to give fans of the franchise a preview of their upcoming promotion.
It’s been fifty-six years since a band of gunslingers, ne’er do wells and grifters came to together to save a small Mexican villages from the predations of a notorious bandit and his gang.
Now, Antoine Fuqua has assembled a pretty decent team – including Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke – to tell the story of seven gunslingers, ne’er do wells and grifters to save Rose Creek from being controlled by a ruthless industriallst.
In the new teaser trailer for The Magnificent Seven, Washingto, Pratt and company kick major @$$. It looks like the will be a good time. The Magnificent Seven opens on September 23rd. Follow the jump for the action.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Sausage Party premiered at SXSW this week and the response was amazing.
Sausage Party is story of how groceries learn about their ultimate fate – and it’s definitely not what they were expecting. Check out the first trailer (red band, of course – it’s a Seth Rogen-Evan goldberg film after all) after the jump.
The idea of a teenaged girl leading the forces of good to victory over seemingly overwhelming odds is one of the most used tropes in YA fiction. The 5th Wave is only the latest movie to riff on that idea.
Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of everyone involved, it’s just too easy to figure out what’s going on before the characters do. Not good. Very bad. Go around…