20th Century has released a trailer for the third film in the Kingsman series – the independent intelligence agency’s origin story, The King’s Man. The film – which features a genuine global conspiracy – may be a period piece (one of the villains is the legendary Russian mystic, Rasputin) but it’s as irreverent and action […]
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To commemorate the 25th anniversary release of Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece Schindler’s List, Universal Pictures will re-release the film with picture and sound digitally remastered-including in 4K, Dolby Cinema and Dolby Atmos-for a limited theatrical engagement on December 7, 2018.
If you didn’t catch Game Three of the NBA Finals last night, there’s a good chance you missed this lovely, tension-packed teaser for James Bond #24, Spectre – and I don’t care what name he’s using, Christoph Waltz’s villain is Blofeld (a stinkweed by any other name…). Check it out after the jump. Spectre explodes […]
A secret from Bond’s past resurfaces; things go sideways (could that be Ernst Stravo Blofeld?). Check out the teaser after the jump. Spectre opens November 6th.
Clash of the Titans was not an awful movie – or rather, wouldn’t have been if the 3D hadn’t been so bad – but it was no great fantasy-action flick, either. Wrath of the Titans may actually have less plot – less actual story – but it is superior in every way. In fact, it […]
Had Coriolanus been in wider release before New Year’s, it would likely have made my list of favorites for the year.
That whooshing sound you hear is Harry Potter zipping past Twilight for the largest single day box office take ever. That chewing sound you hear is countless critics – who proclaimed that splitting the final Harry Potter tale into two movies was a naked cash grab – eating crow. Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2 is the […]
The new trailer for Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2, courtesy of the fine folks at CinemaBlend.com, is as epic as we could have hoped for. Check it out following the jump.
I will say it once and I will say it again, Hollywood STOP–PLEASE STOP remaking the classic films we love and enjoy. You turned a cheesy cult classic from the year I was born and made it into a two hour snooze fest that no one would enjoy unless you have seen the original. The original 1981 classic […]
Back in 1981 when the face of special effects were changed by the 1977 movie Star Wars and the introduction of digital animation, stop animation creator Ray Harryhausen decided it was time to do one last movie with his stop action animation process. He chose Clash of the Titans, the epic tale of Greek god […]