Nobody wins in the new Deadpool 2 trailer – not the CGI effects guy (whom Deadpool calls out early on) and certainly not Deadpool (upon whom Cable wails) – except maybe the audience (the trailer is hella funny).
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing Only the Brave on Digital HD on January 23rd and the Blu-ray and DVD on February 6th.
Only the Brave is based on the true American story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots that gave their lives to protect their community.
The Only the Brave home entertainment release bonus features include: Audio Commentary (Director Joseph Kosinski and Josh Brolin); Deleted Scenes and four Featurettes (Honoring the Heroes: The True Stories; Behind the Brotherhood: The Characters; Boot Camp: Becoming a Hotshot and Dierks Bentley featuring S. Carey’s “Hold The Light” Music Video & Featurette.
Inherent Vice is a twisty mystery that fuses old school PI movies with the psychedelia of the late sixties and early seventies. The point of fusion is the lead character, Larry ‘Doc’ Sportello, a private eye who always – at a minimum – half baked (and usually full on stoned) but somehow manages to be more on the ball than anyone else.
When Sin City came out, seemingly eons ago, the idea of a film being almost entirely CG was something that hadn’t really been done to such an extent. It was visually groundbreaking, technologically breathtaking, and for fans of film noir, exhilarating. A Dame To Kill for is still visually arresting and mega-noir, but its impact comes more from the performance of Eva Green than anything else.
This evening’s advance screening of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy was notable for two things: 1 – it is, undeniably, the movie of the summer and 2 – in attendance was a very beautiful, very green young woman who, as I listened, filled her boyfriend in on the complete history of Gamora. After the movie, I asked what she thought and, yes, Guardians of the Galaxy is Gamora approved.