Batman: The Movie
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Run time: 105 min.
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Screenplay by Lorenzo Semple Jr.
Adam West as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Burt Ward as Dick Grayson/Robin
Mark Hamill as The Joker
Frank Gorshin as The Riddler
Burgess Meredith as The Penguin
Universal's "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," directed by filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, grossed an estimated $13.8 million from 3,204 runs on Friday to win the day on the strength of males and an aggressive marketing campaign.
The critically acclaimed “Golden Army,” which should win the weekend and open north of $30 million, outpaced the $8.6 million earned by del Toro’s 2004 “Hellboy” on its first Friday.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Studio: Warner Bros.
Run time: 76 min.
Directed by Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm
Screenplay by Alan Burnett, Martin Pasko, Paul Dini, and Michael Reaves; Story by Alan Burnett
Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Dana Delany as Andrea Beaumont/The Phantasm
Mark Hamill… Continue
Added by Jordan Cobb on July 12, 2008 at 12:31pm —
Today i won't be reviewing a movie i'll be reviewing a video game! That video game is Guitar Hero:On Tour for the ds.2 words "fucking awesome".When i first heard that guitar hero was coming to the ds i was like it's gonna be shitty but i got this game as a gift and i beat it the first night i got it.It has everything a guitar hero game has , good songs(by the way there is 25),a store(that includes new skins),characters(2 new characters,… Continue
Based on a 1961 sex comedy stage play written by the notoriously raunchy funny lady Mae West, Sextette is the tale of a 28 year-old blonde bombshell actress named Marlo Manners, known as the “Sexiest Woman on Earth”, and her constantly foiled attempts to consummate her wedding to her sixth husband, Sir Michael Barrington, during their honeymoon in a bustling hotel that is also hosting a meeting of world leaders. Throw in a subplot about an audio tape containing Marlo's steamy memoirs –… Continue
Added by redunbeck on July 12, 2008 at 8:21am —
"Crash," the first original drama series from Starz Entertainment, co-produced with Lionsgate, will premiere Friday, October 17 at 10:00 p.m. (et/pt) on Starz.
Inspired by the Academy Award®-winning Best Motion Picture of 2006, "Crash" is a provocative new 13-episode drama starring an ensemble cast led by film icon Dennis Hopper. Set in Los Angeles, the series explores the complexities of social and racial tolerance and the meaning of the American dream through characters whose lives… Continue
Added by Aaron on July 12, 2008 at 12:41am —
Oh I can hear the complaints roaring in. "Oh, well you're just a goth kid who likes to shop at Hot Topic and complain about the world's pointlessness and how Marylin Manson is a the dark lord prince of truth and knowledge and blah blah Gothy McBlackclothing blah blah" and so on. Well, to those who judge me as this without even a moment's look at this article...that's slightly fair. I've seen crazy Tim Burton fans. I'm in high school and I see at least… Continue
Studio: Warner Bros.
Run time: 140 min.
Directed by Christopher Nolan
Screenplay by Christopher Nolan and David Goyer; Story by David Goyer
Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne/Batman
Katie Holmes as Rachel Dawes:
Michael Caine as Alfred Pennyworth
Gary Oldman as Sgt. Jim Gordon
Hi guys,I was wondering,you know with 'HANCOCK','HELLBOY 2','IRON MAN'and all the other super hero movies recently released, what the majority defintion is for a 'super hero'?
Here is my defintion:'Anyperson or people,who have either:Been in a science experiment that went wrong,comes from another planet OR WORLD,or has been exposed to radiation/mutated somehow.'
ZB SUPER HERO… Continue
Customarily following the success of the SEX AND THE CITY movie (still hate all of you guys that saw that, by the way), there has been some more talk about a big screen version of The Sopranos. The news of this comes via an announcement that HBO has green-lit three new drama pilots. Of course, Chase has gone on record several times saying that the show was behind him. But I mean, of course these guys want a SOPRANOS movie. That tv-series was consistently brilliant,… Continue
Added by Aaron on July 11, 2008 at 3:39pm —
One of the many reasons why I love the Batman series so much is because the movies aren’t over-sexed. Sure, there are plenty of ladies in the Batman movies (Bruce is quite a playboy), but the relationships are never really the center of the storylines. If they are, they aren’t played up on the screen like amateur porn. Crime first, ladies later. With The Dark Knight…Continue
With the new Batman movie: The Dark Knight coming out soon, its time for me to look back on the past Batman movies starting from the campy years of 1966 to the modern era in 2005. As close as it is, Batman is my second favorite superhero with just being close to Spider-Man. Batman has been through many changes and transformations in the film media for the best and for the worst. So without further ado, here is my view on the last Batman movies, leading up to The Dark… Continue
Added by MaxJayJay on July 11, 2008 at 1:30pm —
Taking their cue from Marvel's recent success at the movie house, Warner Brothers is planning some intense meetings with comics publisher DC--whom the WB owns. They’re having high-level, super secret get-togethers to cement a master plan for comic book movies based on DC's huge stable of superhero characters.
Reports say Warner Bros is looking to, not only reboot the Superman franchise a la The Incredible Hulk, but also to exploit the cross-over idea started by Marvel… Continue