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Extraction: Convoluted Spy Movie Never Quite Takes Off!


Extraction is a short but not quite sweet spy tale in which a super-hacking device called the Condor is the McGuffin. Basically, it can hack any government’s communications and/or anything that relies on computers – which is pretty much everything these days.

The Condor is actually a device to allow an over the hill CIA agent to extract vengeance for the betrayal that cost his wife’s death.

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Icy Cool, Fiery Hot Trailer: Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For!


When Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City came out, it was hailed as innovative, a work of genius. For the follow-up, the two have collaborated to adapt the Sin City graphic novel, A Dame To Kill For – and Miller’s name has been added to the title, hence: Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. The trailer has the same black-and-white-with-splashes-of-color noir look of the original film and is cool as all get out.

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Trailer: RED 2–Still Retired: Extremely Dangerous!


Loosely based on a grim graphic novel by Warren Ellis, RED was both critically acclaimed and popular. The second trailer for the sequel – imaginatively entitled RED 2 – suggests the movie will be considerably more fun than its title.

Check it out following the jump. RED 2 will be in theaters on July 19th.

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G.I. Joe: Retaliation is Infinitely Superior to Rise of the Cobra!


G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra was one of the worst films of 2009 so almost anything would have been an improvement. G.I. Joe: Retaliation may have been constrained by plot devices set up in the first film – a Cobra operative in the White House, for example – but it plays off them with agility, charm and even a little wit. It takes the franchise from Bottom Feeder to better than average in less than two hours.

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It’s a Good Day to Kill a Franchise!


As a fan of even the fourth entry in the Die Hard franchise, which introduced John McClane’s estranged daughter Lucy, it is my sad duty to announce that A Good Day to Die Hard is not just the worst entry in the series, but one of the worst movies I’ve seen over the last few years – and seeing a bad movie in IMAX only makes it worse.

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Cobra Special Forces Wants You!


In preparation for their plans for world domination, Cobra is recruiting the creme-de-la-creme for their special forces. If you think you have what it takes, follow the jump to check out their recruiting video – then go to CobraSpecial forces.com to strut your stuff.

Paramount’s G.I. Joe: Retaliation opens on March 29, 2013.

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Moonrise Kingdom – Just Seen It Move Review

Suzy and Sam are pen pals that run away to elope. But when Sam’s scout master and Suzy’s parents discover they’re gone, they sound the alarm. Fleeing the authorities, they fight for their love as a hurricane approaches.

Starring Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, and Frances McDormand.
Directed by Wes Anderson.
Written by Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola.
Produced by Wes Anderson, Jeremy Dawson, Steven M. Rales and Scott Rudin.
Genre: Romantic Dramedy Adventure.
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Trailer: GI Joe: Retaliation – A Major Case Of Identity Theft And The Original Joe!


The original GI Joe movie, GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra was so awful – even the trailers were abysmal – that it made my Bottom Feeders list for 2009. GI Joe: Retaliation, however, has gone from terrific trailer to terrific trailer. The addition of Dwayne Johnson and Bruce Willis to the cast seems to have energized a potential franchise that really needed something more. Check out the spiffy new trailer, above, and cross your fingers – this might just be fun!

And The Director For ‘Die Hard 5’ Is… Noam Murro???

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It appears that 20th Century Fox has selected Noam Murro to direct Die Hard 5. According to both deadline.com and The Hollywood Reporter, Murro has been chosen to direct from a script by Skip Woods.

And who the heck is Noam Murro [I hear you ask]? Well, Murro has garnered five DGA nominations for commercials – impressing with the recent spectacular campaign for the Halo videogame – and took two Golden Lions at Cannes. He also directed Smart People [starring Dennis Quaid, Sarah Jessica Parker and Ellen Page] for Miramax.

Since Bruce Willis has expressed interest in playing John McClane one more time – and considering his terrific performance in last year’s RED – and woods has done a few interesting scripts [Thursday, Hitman], I’m thinking that a fifth Die Hard movie might just be a good idea.

RED – Ridiculously Entertaining Diversion!


Remember Knight & Day? Probably not – it was a less than memorable film that mixed action, espionage and romance in ways that were awkward and unsatisfying – it was a bit of a box office disaster.

RED, on the other hand, takes all of those elements and throws in an element of “over the hill gang” whimsy in a manner that is both extraordinarily clever and, ultimately, gratifyingly silly.

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