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Transporter 3 Looks the Same… And Knows It

Having just watched the movie trailer for Transporter 3, I’m quite amused by how cocky the B-grade Jason Statham franchise has become. The studio seems to be taking the film for granted, as it blatantly markets that the film is about the same as the last two. Of course, they’ve thrown in a Crank twist […]

Shouldn’t Passengers Be a TV Movie?

The movie trailer for the upcoming Anne Hathaway flick Passengers is now online, giving us a look at the increasingly sexy Hathaway as a federal psychologist who is assigned to work with the only ten survivors of a fiery jetliner crash. While most of the passengers show the typical signs of post traumatic stress, one […]

One of the Best Books Ever Becoming a Movie

Another one of Chuck Palahniuk’s books is being turned into a movie, and the world will be better for it. Assuming they do it right, of course. Palahniuk has Choke, starring Sam Rockwell, coming to theaters this fall, but the author with the name that no one quite knows how to pronounce is best known […]

Bolt and Twilight Move in for the Kill

In the devastating hole left by the retreat of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Disney’s Bolt and Summit’s Twilight have moved into feast on the potential box office dollars left behind. The movies – both of which aim at younger audiences (Bolt at considerably younger) – had been staying clear of the coveted November […]

New Body of Lies Movie Trailer Better Than the First

I just watched the new movie trailer for Body of Lies, the action-drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe (directed by Ridley Scott), and it’s a lot better than the original that I saw in theaters a month or two back. That first trailer implied that the movie could be good while trying its hardest […]

Haunting of Molly Hartley Trailer Haunts Me

Has anyone watched the movie trailer for The Haunting of Molly Hartley yet? It comes out on October 31, 2008, but, frankly, does it matter? This movie does not look good at all. The movie trailer is plagued with cliches, and, more importantly, it’s as boring as Hell. The lack of engaging music or even […]

Harry Potter 6 Release Date Pushed Back to 2010

Just kidding… Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince will not be delayed that much, but to the horror of Harry Potter fans around the world, it was announced today that the movie would indeed be shifted from its November 2008 release date to Summer 2009 – July 17, 2009 to be exact. Warner Brothers said […]

Movie Review: The Scorpion King 2

With great reluctance, I offered to review The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior. A direct-to-DVD release, the action-thriller had very little going for it, but considering the fact that it’s “from the producers of The Mummy” and stars UFC champion Randy Couture, it had to be great, right? Wrong. The Scorpion King 2: […]

Rachel Getting Married Movie Trailer – Any Good?

I watched the Rachel Getting Married movie trailer the other day. Pretty good, but not great. I’m starting to believe more and more that Anne Hathaway has potential to be a pretty good actress, but I still have a bit of trouble taking her seriously (even though she has had serious roles in the past, […]

Indiana Jones 5… Without Shia LaBeouf?

George Lucas, who doesn’t inspire much confidence these days after three so-so Star Wars prequels and an Indiana Jones movie that could have, should have, could have so easily been so much better, is on my good side for the day. While Indiana Jones 5 is still just an idea bouncing around in his head […]

New Madagascar 2 Movie Trailer

Check out the all-new movie trailer for Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. God, I hate it when “2″ is used in place of a word, but since it’s a kid’s movie I’ll let them get away with it.

Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay Unrated DVD Review

My roommate and I were there on opening night to watch Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay in theaters. The movie, packed full of racist jokes and pokes at stereotypes (primarily against Indians/Arabs/Asians, with a few black jokes sprinkled in as well), was pretty funny, especially since the theater was 75% Indians and Asians, […]

The Funniest Movie Death Scenes?

A coworker sent me this YouTube video today. It’s been online for two years, but that doesn’t make it any less funny. Can you name all of the films shown in here, which depict some pretty ridiculous death scenes? I sure as hell can’t. I particularly like the one with the hook through the guy’s […]

5 Ways to Make Hancock (2008) Better

I just Hancock, the superhero action-comedy starring Will Smith as a drunken bastard of a superhero. While the guy stops crime and saves people, he does so with complete disregard for his reputation and city property, often causing millions of dollars in damage every time he shows up to save the day. The movie is […]

Is The Happening the Worst Movie of 2008?

Wow. I finally watched The Happening last night, after over a week of listening to bad reviews and a warning from my brother that M. Night Shyamalan had inflicted upon audiences something worse than death. But the movie looked cool, and I was willing to look past the quasi-disappointing The Village and the downright bad […]
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