The the weather might be leaning a bit more towards winter than spring in some parts, but The Plot Hole can promise you summer. In our mid-century episode, John, Steven and Simon tease the summer movie slate, including our top five most anticipated choices.
We also discuss what we think about the…
Added by Kieran Freemantle on April 24, 2012 at 4:14pm —
It’s a news extravaganza this week on The Plot Hole, with plenty of buzzed-about projects taking… Continue
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Episode 48 of … Continue
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It's Schumacher month here on Chick Flick Shuffle, your suspiciously friendly Bi-Monthly podcast! We take our first descent into the 80's with St. Elmo's Fire, which involved neither Elmo or Fires. Needless to say, the guys were disappointed. Ziggy was so disappointed that he left to write a book report. As such, we had to bring in the… Continue
Added by end on March 10, 2012 at 12:30am —
I've been coming to this site for the last couple of years --- But I have never seen these guys review a Bollywood Film. Now I understand most Americans don't care for Bollywood. Quite a few look at it with disdain....I now challange to watch Agneepath (Path of Fire). The movie reeks of awesomeness...mostly good. It's really an ode to old school hindi film action melodrama. You will laugh, cry and perhaps sing a tune. It's a roller coster ride of a film. This movie is a remake of a film of… Continue
Added by Karanjeet S Bedi on January 31, 2012 at 10:23am —
This is something I've pondered on quite a lot. I read the Harry Potter series, just like most other people who grew up with them, or had children who did, and quite quickly picked up on J.K. Rowling's ultimate point; racism is bad. My discovery of course shocked the literary world. Despite the fact that the Death Eaters, their message, and the… Continue
Added by Daedalus Ciarán on July 22, 2011 at 5:30pm —
Let's face it. 2010 is not a good year for us and for me. I keep on walking down the street to see each magazine putting the Kardashians on the front cover going on with their trash. I constantly hear a song where every pick-up line is disguised as a lyric with the singer's voice enhanced singing (I'm talking to you Justin Bieber, Jason Derulo and Chris Brown who I still won't trust after he became a girl-basher). I see people walking to movies that I think are bad for their… Continue
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The Quidditch stadium in a storm as the First Task stadium in the cold.
Harry falls off his broom as Fleur takes out a small welsh green dragon from the bag.
Harry: "I'm scared, professor."
Harry is next for the first task.…
Added by PvtSnafu on December 24, 2009 at 9:52pm —
Hermoine in the same frame
Hagrid stands up and knocks over the table as a bug land on Moody's palm.
Hermoine doubts Trelawney while she doubts the Weasley Twins
Black Guy: "The Grim."
Krum comes… Continue
Added by PvtSnafu on December 18, 2009 at 10:30pm —
Ok its been a good while since a blog about watching Harry Potter simultaneously but I've been busy with other things but now I'm back and just in time in the coincidence of the Harry Potter Ultimate Edition DVDs of Sorcerer's Stone and Chamber of Secrets and the first time release of Half Blood Prince.
This time I will show certain coincidences or similarities in storytelling structures in watching Prisoner of Azkaban and Goblet of Fire.
Marge's glass breaks while Frank… Continue
Added by PvtSnafu on December 4, 2009 at 9:46pm —
Wow, Jerry Lee Lewis is a creep.
This rockin' biopic depicts the meteoric rise of rock and roll's most daring living legend, Jerry Lee Lewis (Dennis Quaid). Concentrating on the years from 1956 to 1959, the film features the songs and escapades that catapulted Lewis to the top of the charts, as well as his controversial third marriage to his 13-year-old cousin, Myra (Winona Ryder), which almost destroyed his career.
Much like all… Continue
Added by Dan O'Neill on October 11, 2009 at 2:45pm —
It's late at night, you're bored and you flip through the channels to see what's on. Then it happens...
Suddenly you stumble upon a movie that you can't turn away from. Maybe it's a musical montage, maybe it's the cinematography, an action scene or maybe it's an special effect you can't believe you saw. Either way you're watching it and although it looks low budget, cheap, or old, you're entranced by it. These, ladies and gentlemen are when you have fun watching a movie. We all have those… Continue
Added by Jose Antonio Rivera on June 30, 2009 at 3:30am —
William Baldwin, Kurt Russel, and Robert De Niro all as firefighters, yea ok.
The movie tells the story of a group of Chicago firefighters at Engine 17, two of whom are brothers. Lt. Stephen "Bull" McCaffrey (Kurt Russell), the elder brother, is obsessed with the beating of the fires that he fights. He is always at the heart of the fire - the most dangerous part of the fire. During their life-saving, their also on the trail of a serial… Continue
Added by Dan O'Neill on June 22, 2009 at 12:07pm —
This movie is fucking great. It is non-stop fun, and will have you wanting to just run out to the bathroom before you pee on yourself, then you'll run back in to see this shit! I didn't do that, but I was incredibly close. The movie is NOT predictable. Whenever you feel relieved in this movie, the scares just keep coming back.
But not only is it fucking scary, it's literally hilarious at the same time!!!!
Added by Meh. on June 1, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Most have you have heard about the upcoming comedic film Tropic Thunder
, starring and directed by Ben Stiller
. The film is about fictional Hollywood actors, and frequently parodies aspects of the film industry. One such parody is found in the metafictional movie "Simple Jack" within the film. Ben Stiller's character, Tugg Speedman, portrayed… Continue
Added by Joshua the Anarchist on August 17, 2008 at 8:30pm —
Everybody here at Spill.com seems to be talking about this film [REC].
As seen in my previous blog entry about 4 weeks ago (click here
) this was one of my R.W.S.B. movies. In a one-off special advanced viewing at my local cinema, I was finally able to see it in all its glory! Since everybody is curious about it, I thought I would write a review about it. So here is my review of the Spanish Horror Flick… Continue
Added by The Film General on April 2, 2008 at 12:30pm —