SPIKE JONZE HAS A NEW MOVIE COMING OUT!
I cannot even begin to tell you how excited I am to have another movie from the director of Being John Malkovich coming out! This one starring Joaquin Phoenix falling in love with an AI, voiced by Scarlett Johansson.
Check out the trailer after the jump. Continue reading TRAILER: Her
Check out Loki’s poster after the jump…
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So the first trailer for DIVERGENT has been released, starring Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet. And honestly, it looks like more of the Young Adult/Genre crap like Mortal Instruments, Twilight, The Host, Beautiful Creatures, you get the idea.
Maybe I’m wrong? I hope so. But you can check the trailer out after the jump! Continue reading TRAILER: DIVERGENT
Screen Junkies, the makers of the always hilarious, Honest Trailers, tear into STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS. And they are merciless as they are funny.
But despite some valid points, I still loved the movie. But enjoy the video after the jump! 😀 Continue reading Screen Junkies Tear into STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS…
Check out this official pic from director, Bryan Singer’s, X-Men: Days of Future Past, the fan-favorite, time-travelling storyarc from the comics. Clearly in this pic, we’re in the ’70s, with a de-BEAST-ified Hank McCoy, Hippy Professor X, and everyone’s favorite mutant, Wolverine.
One could only speculate what’s happening. But however this shakes out? I personally can’t wait. With Singer having produced First Class, and one could only assume has input on The Wolverine, both in the story and post-credits scene… Feels like Singer is trying to fix the ship Brett Ratner broke, and thank god.
So before seeing this movie, I always make the mistake of poking in other reviews of movies I’m interested. This one being no exception, and the reviews had been 50/50. But the opinion of this movie-going fanatic, Elysium was FANTASTIC! If you enjoyed director, Neil Blomkamp’s last movie, District-9, I really think you’ll have a hard time not enjoying this film.
Continue reading REVIEW: ELYSIUM