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After half a century of being one of the most indelible characters in pop culture across the globe, it's only appropriate to ask whether or not James Bond is relevant even to the world of cyber-terrorism. Bond has gone through quite a lot over the years and he's the only iconic character that has consistently lasted…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on November 11, 2012 at 11:13pm — No Comments
Rarely does a science fiction film make you really think about philosophical questions that are nearly impossible to answer but whenever one does come along, it's always a real treat. The same goes for time travel stories. It is so rare to find an excellent example of what a time travel movie should be because whenever…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on October 1, 2012 at 6:53pm — No Comments
When the Avengers truly assembled for the first time in San Diego two summers ago, Robert Downey, Jr. boldly stated that this film was "the most ambitious movie [he's] ever seen", even over the phenomenon that was Christopher Nolan's Inception. It has taken four years to develop the main…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on May 6, 2012 at 7:00pm — No Comments
After the intensely heated discussion that happened in this weeks 'Lockout' review (which you can hear right here), we understand that some people may be a little concerned about The Spill Crew. Well, don't worry your pretty little heads, Spillios - as professional critics there are bound to be times when we don't see eye-to-eye on something. However, we are first and…Continue
In today's world, it is so hard to distinguish oneself as a filmmaker with a unique story to tell that reinvents the wheel in a way that suits both the casual viewer and the film buff who is constantly looking to be surprised by what cinema can provide for them. That is one of the brilliant things about Nicolas Winding Refn's mind that makes him such a promising filmmaker who has an incredible vision about what movies are capable of. He's been compared to some of the greats including Stanley…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on February 29, 2012 at 10:02pm — No Comments
It was announced Friday in Variety that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the latest actor to come aboard Tarantino's "Django Unchained," putting him alongside "Inception" co-star Leo DiCaprio. He's also scheduled to appear in Christopher Nolan's "…Continue
Remember the guilt you had when you like some certain songs or a score from a movie that really sucked so bad?
Well, here is the other side. There can be good soundtracks associated with good movies and you will be able to enjoy them both without the guilt of how bad the quality of the movie is.
You're the Best Around,
Nothing gonna ever keep you…Continue
They're both good but Paprika came first (and has color, imagination, fun, was original, and did not rip of the Matrix).
Paprika is owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. Inception is owned by Warner…Continue
Added by Matt Vetrano on June 8, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Hello everyone, ChaosJumper here just to do a stereotypical list of favorite movies. . .
. . .SHUT IT M. BISON! Anyway, I am trying to watch as many movies as physically possible starting this summer and I’d like to say which films, so far are my favorite.…
Added by Dan O'Neill on February 26, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Decided to cut through most of the technical awards and get to the raw deal.
Episode #1 | Snubs, shocks and surprises
Episode #2 | Best Adapted/Original Screenplay…Continue
Added by David Ortega on February 23, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Hello to the 4 people that are going to read this blog. I just thought I'd participate in the tradition of putting my opinion on the internet. In this blog, I'm going to reveal my predictions for the Academy Awards.
The films that are bolded are the films I believe will win the award.
The films that are underlined are the films I would pick if I was giving out…Continue
Added by The Milkman on January 26, 2011 at 10:47pm — No Comments
- The Social Network
- Hot Tub Time Machine
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
- The Kids Are All Right
- True Grit
10. The Fighter
Since the plot of The Fighter is, admittedly, nothing earth-shattering for the genre, the two elements of this film that cause it to stand out are the stellar performances from the entire cast and the authentic sense of place.…
Added by Edmund Poliks on January 14, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
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
Added by Neutral3 on January 12, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Well, another year is reaching its end, and I think now marks a good opportunity to reflect on the great bounty that the cinematic realm has brought us, the viewers who keep the medium alive. Now, as I am not a professional critic (though I may some day be- let's see how the rest of University plays out), it would be highly pompous and egotistical for me to call my top 10 the end-all, be-all of top 10 lists this year. Heck, there are still several films this year that I still wish to see,…Continue
Well, its that time again when I swarm all you innocent civilians with my thoughts and inputs on what's going on in the world of music, movies, television, and gaming. I am not sure why I said 'again' since this is my first attempt at a podcast through spill.com. Just FYI it will also be posted on my private blog as well, which I will not advertise here for courtesy reasons.
In any case, it is a little rugged around the edges as my mic is not the best and also my programs kept…Continue
Added by Chilling Sound of Doom on December 9, 2010 at 6:41pm — No Comments