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This is the type of movie that would have had to be made in the '90s. There would be no business for it nowadays when non-animated family movies pretty much suck, and even the ones that don't aren't dated enough to make us appreciate them. Films are too perfect now. No more leeways in scripts or silly phrases here and there. I miss the good ole days. But I digress.
Jim Jarmusch is a very curious director. His films are founded in music, and Rock and Roll especially, is binded to their soul. This film starts with an image of the stars faded into a spinning record, and cuts to Adam (Tom Hiddleston) and Ian (Anton Yelchin) as they peruse through some relics of guitars, need I further justify?
See what they did there? Ant … Z, Ant..z, Antz, Ants! Ha! Sorry.
"I need a drink and I haven't even had my coffee yet."
So I was kinda nervous going in to this movie. I had defended this movie (on this blog no less) from people going insane over the fact that a Michael Bay produced Ninja Turtles movie was coming out. I was afraid that I was going to regret ever saying a good word about this movie. And to my relief, this movie isn't so bad. It had flaws but over-all, I didn't regret seeing this.
Jafar (voiced by Jonathan Freeman), Grand Vizier to the Sultan of Agrabah (voiced by Douglas Seale), desires a mysterious oil lamp from the Cave of Wonders, but must find the “Diamond in the Rough”, the lone soul deemed worthy by the cave to enter.
I have been looking forward to this film coming out since I first saw the red band trailer back in March. I've watched the trailer over and over again and laughed so hard every time. I was nervous that it would be one of those situations where all of the funniest parts were in the trailer, but to my pleasant surprise it lived up to my expectations and was hilarious all the way through!
When one summons the name David Lynch back up from the depths, it is only the strange and surreal that we entitle him. But that is only to deny the discipline of his craft and his skill as a writer. Notice the subtletites beyond the gusto...
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the return of the machismo ensemble that poses as the manliest of men with the biggest of colliding egos—constantly insulting each other (to an exhausting degree), always trying to one-up each other, and missing any sense of sentiment/compassion (that could be the actors’ fault as much as the characters’).
Jon Favreau returns to his indie roots (Swingers, Made) with this light hearted, feel good flick (Chef) that goes down like a swig of modestly priced red wine. It is in this moment a very good film, but saying that reveals something of todays standards. Do not misunderstand though, audiences love this movie.
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I recently saw the new Disney re-imagining of the classic animated
Moving on from my thoughts on the Whedonverse, it seems convenient
If you throw heavy objects at your little sister because she is a
I guess most people here are also registered on imdb.
Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls won their 3rd consecutive NBA c
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I am really bored and wanted to come up with a new idea to do.
We live in a world where everyone wants to play critic.
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From The Driver to Frank Bullit...
After the Success of the recent Rambo poll, we decided to continue the trend and ask you what Rocky movie you thought was the best? Thank you to everyone who took part, we had our most successful poll with almost 2,000 votes. Movie-Blogger's we salute you!
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Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max returns to our screens in 2015 with Mad max: Fury Road. Tom Hardy takes over the lead role of Max from Mel Gibson, and Charlize Theron stars as the Imperator Furiosa in what has been described as one giant car chase.
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Michael Keaton returns to our screens as an ageing actor, once famous for playing the role of an iconic superhero, mounts his comeback in a Broadway play featuring the return of Birdman!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Fourteen years after the release of the original movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles gets its very own reboot for 2014. Now stop reading and enjoy this awesome trailer.
The Expendables 3
Barney and his team of Expendables are back in the latest adventure. Jam packed with action stars of past and present, the team need to confront a ghost from Barney's past, who Barney had thoguht he had killed years ago.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The conclusion of The Hobbit Trilogy is finally upon us. Bilbo and company have reclaimed the Lonely Mountain, but in the process unleashed the Dragon Smaug. Also the treasure is bringing its own problems.
A lost Ninja Clan must battle their way up an underground nuclear bunker filled with hordes of mutants, zombies and supernatural enemies if they want to survive, in a ninja's vs zombies remake of The Warriors.