I was wondering whether someone was ready to restart the spy genre. Whether it be a Bond film or something different I wasn’t sure. But today it was the Kingsman. Continue reading Kingsman: The Secret Service Review (No Spoilers!)
2015 has been one of the largest year’s ever anticipated in film. Great movies or unasked for nostalgia? Who cares? Here
are my top 30 most anticipated films of 2015. Continue reading Most Anticipated Movies of 2015
Kurt Russell recently revealed a planned production start date on Tarantino’s the Hateful Eight. It is set to begin shooting in January of next year most likely slated for a late 2015 release. This comes months after Tarantino canned the script due to leaks, but in recent statements he is more optimistic about doing the film due to how well the Hollywood table read went down. The table read was going to be rewritten by Tarantino to incorporate old and new ideas he had. I’m excited for his adaptation now that it’s back on. Hopefully, Eight will prove Tarantino a success in the Western genre. Given the success of Django and his (more or less) period piece Inglorious Bastards, Tarantino hopefully has nailed his skills at writing good old fashioned revenge. As for Kurt Russell it is a great casting choice and one can hope his comments are true. Anyway, what do you think of Hateful Eight? Comment below.
In the poster, Caesar is getting an upgrade. He seems to be in his battle gear as the apes have taken over the world, because of the decrease of human population due to the Simian Flu teased in the first film. This apes film will see probably the time where they have started to form a government as well as a language or vernacular. As the title would suggest it is only the beginning of this saga, with the plot suggesting humans trying to make peace with the ape overlords, but it could get way out of hand. Continue reading Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Poster
After waiting over a year and a half for the sequel you get a movie way better then the original. The director was switched and the movie was funded very heavily rather then the first film. Originally I saw it as a mistake to replace the director Gary Ross, because most franchises stick with the directors,but one thing I don’t miss is his signature shaky cam. Continue reading Hunger Games: Catching Fire Review
The new Godzilla reboot comes just 10 years after the last try to start a franchise, but this trailer gives the movie major possibilities. On itself the movie has grand special effects and an even darker tone then the previous Godzilla films. Without any dialogue you can get the feel at what is at stake and what freezes you to the core is that the people living in the Godzilla esque area are gonna have a hard time of getting better. Continue reading Godzilla Trailer and Review
After nearly 30 years of action fun, John McClane is about to hang up his coat after his service to the US government. In this time he has been shot at, tortured, hanging off a jet and having glass stuck in his feet for a whole two hours or more. We commend this action hero for shaking up Hollywood and making the action films we know and love today. But now for the final installment more details have emerged. Continue reading Die Hardest Plot Details, Final Die Hard Brings Everything Full Circle