Tag Archives: Gerard Butler

We May Have Sailed Into a War Trailer: Hunter Killer!

Gerard Butler is at it again in another medium budget action flick from the producers of Fast & Furious and London Has Fallen.

This time, he’s the captain of a Hunter Killer submarine hunting for a U.S. sub in distress that sails into a Russian coup.

Hunter Killer opens on October 26th.

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Shootout Under the Ice Trailer: Hunter Killer!

Hunter Killer – Hunter Killer Submarine Captain Joe Glass (Gerard Butler) – Photo courtesy of Lionsgate.

When an American sub gets into a shootout under the ice – in Russian territory – Captain Joe Glass’ Hunter Killer submarine is sent in. Just in time to witness the kidnapping of the Russian president!

Now American and Russian submariners must work together to save the Russian president and prevent World War III.

Hunter Killer opens on October 26th.

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Job vs. Family Trailer: A Family Man!

Dane Jensen almost has it all. A top flight headhunter, if he can make the most deals in the next month, he will earn the top job at his company.

There’s just one problem – his son’s fatigue isn’t being caused by laziness. So now there’s a choice to be made.

A Family Man open on July 28th.

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It’s The End of the World Again Trailer: Geostorm!

An intricate system of satellites was created to control the world’s weather, forestalling the devastating effects of global warming. Now that system of satellites is trying to destroy the planet.

Only Gerard Butler can save – for that to happen, someone will have to kidnap the President of the United States.

Geostorm opens on October 20th.

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The Late Late Show Unveils Deleted London Has Fallen Scene!

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What could be more timely than an exclusive look at a deleted scene from London Has Fallen? How about a mock deleted scene played out by Gerard Butler and The Late, Late Show’s James Corden? (And do I always answer a question with a question? Do I?)

Check it out after the break.

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MOVIE REVIEW: How to Train Your Dragon is Great Fun – Even in 2D!

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Earlier this week, I attended a 2D screening of How to Train Your Dragon and enjoyed it immensely – so much so that I decided I gad to see it in 3D. In 2D, I’d have given the film a solid B+, but after seeing it the way it was filmed, I definitely had to bump that up.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Law Abiding Citizen Great Nasty Fun Until the Wheels Drop Off!

After Clyde Shelton’s [Gerard Butler] wife and daughter are murdered, Assistant D.A. Nick Rice [Jamie Foxx] makes a deal with one of the killers to put the other on death row. The deal maker pleads to third-degree murder and gets a remarkably short sentence. What Rice doesn’t know is that his deal has been made with the more vicious of the two men.

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Ten years later, Shelton engineers the painful death of the one on death row and then leads the other to a truly excruciating death. When the police arrest him, a game of chess begins between him and Rice – a chess match that results in more, and more ingenious [and bloody] deaths.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Gamer – Making the First Person Shooter Personal!

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It’s ironic that a movie that isn’t based on an actual videogame should come closer to feeling like a videogame. Gamer is the latest film from the Mark Neveldine/Brian Taylor team responsible for the cinematic equivalent of a shot of adrenaline to the heart that is the Crank series. If you didn’t care for the brash, crass, vulgarly smart and demented rush that was Crank [or Crank: High Voltage, for that matter], you probably won’t like the in-your-face assault of Gamer, either. But if you want to see a movie that really gets videogames – and aren’t afraid of a little scathing satire and a touch of romance – Gamer could be just what you’ve been looking for.

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