The more footage I see from Guardians of the Galaxy, the more convinced I am that Marvel got it right, big time. James Gunn really seems to have a lock on this part of the Marvel Universe (which I expected from his previous, extremely warped work). As further proof, I submit the new, extended trailer […]
Tag: Zoe Saldana
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is just a month-and-a-half away and Marvel is taking it to the streets with a series of ‘bus top’ character posters beginning with Peter ‘Star Lord’ Quill (above). Follow the jump for Gamora, Drax the Destroyer and the team of Rocket Raccoon and Groot. Guardians of the Galaxy rockets (sorry!) […]
The new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer is here – and it is, well, marvelous! Check it out after the jump. Guardians of the Galaxy blasts into theaters August 1st.
NBC’s miniseries re-imagining of Rosemary’s Baby – Zoe Saldana, Patrick J. Adams and Jason Isaacs – premieres on Sunday (9/8C). After checking out a creepy clip – Rosemary takes a tour of the catacombs under Paris – follow the jump for interviews with Saldana, Adams, Isaacs, co-star Carole Bouquet and director Agnieszka Holland.
This is what I know from personal experience: a great, or even good movie can transcend pain; a mediocre one will have no effect, and a bad one will just make things worse. I went into The Words hoping for a distraction from a sore back; it just made things worse.
Remember the opening chase sequence from Casino Royale? Replace James bond with a half-dozen thugs and Bond’s prey with a nine-year old girl and you have a pretty good idea of the intensity level at which Colombiana begins. The Olivier Megaton-directed Luc Besson production maintains that intensity for almost two hours.
Available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, On Demand and for Download 7/20! It’s tough to do just a DVD review anymore since many movies, especially those being released by Warner Home Video, are being packaged as combos that include DVD, Blu-Ray and Digital Download. So this is really a review of both the DVD and […]
Even for those of us who haven’t yet made the switch to Blu-ray and HDTV, Avatar, James Cameron’s half-a-billion-dollar extravaganza makes for one entertaining evening on old-fashioned DVD.
The Losers is a relatively low-budget movie adapted from a relatively obscure comics series. It’s packed with action of a PG variety and set up by a CIA operation that not only goes wrong but takes out twenty-five Bolivian children. That last part, staged by a CIA ghost called Max [Jason Patric], was supposed to […]
Anyone Else Would Be Dead By Now: The Losers is a tale of double cross and revenge centered upon the members of an elite U.S. Special Forces unit sent into the Bolivian jungle on a search and destroy mission. The team-Clay, Jensen, Roque, Pooch and Cougar -find themselves the target of a lethal betrayal instigated […]
Vantage Point is a pretty cool idea: meld the multiple point-of-views of Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon onto a modern thriller. The basic idea is that the President of the United States is assassinated and we get the act from several different points of view – each adding a little more to our knowledge of the […]