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Added by Josteo on May 14, 2013 at 2:30am — No Comments
This set of home release reviews comes a little later than expected, since I had originally planned to have this up over the Bank Holiday Weekend. But no matter, here they are! Coming towards the end of the cinematic releases from 2012 that recently released on Blu Ray, there is nonetheless some quality to be found in them. And indeed one of which, just might sneak…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on May 8, 2013 at 4:09pm — No Comments
(50 year old dudes can still kick your ass)
It had a promising Silent Scope start but don’t expect it to be a Mission Impossible because it’s 90% talk. It’s a hit-miss, suffering from several boredom moments but it drastically bounces back because of a progress in the story, a…Continue
Added by EMZreviews on April 25, 2013 at 6:04am — No Comments
Your favorite nerds from TheComicBookCast.com are back with an all new gaming channel. Check out their first adventure into the dark & chaotic underbelly of Liberty City.
Added by TheDVDGrouch on April 6, 2013 at 9:34pm — No Comments
A slower week for news doesn’t slow down The Plot Hole because as you know we always keep digging. As such we get energized and peeved in turn with our Damn You, Hell Yes! segment where we’ll cover everything from Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar to some developments on the long-time-coming Deadpool film.
There was also some interesting tidbits that came out of this year’s WonderCon, specifically Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and we’ll chat all about…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on April 4, 2013 at 3:11pm — No Comments
With March upon us, and a being month that constitutes a crowded movie slate, this week The Plot Hole will do our best, for you, to sift through the clutter.
We’ll start things off with some very intriguing news that Man of Steel director Zack Snyder, Christopher Nolan and Batman himself Christian Bale will be back in some form for…
Added by Kieran Freemantle on March 6, 2013 at 5:28pm — No Comments
2012 was a blur of quality cinema, and while most people ring in the New Year with champagne and resolutions, The Plot Hole gang celebrates by reminiscing about the best, worst, underrated, overrated movies of the year.
We also play review catch-up for some of the holiday’s biggest films including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Les Miserables, Django Unchained and Jack Reacher.
Check it all out on our iTunes page…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on January 3, 2013 at 1:02pm — No Comments
Right off the bat Tom Cruise has quite a bit going against him with Jack Reacher. Fans of the novel are quick to point out that the first thing we learn about Jack Reacher is that he’s described as 6’5″ and over 200lbs of solid muscle. Tom Cruise in contrast is 5’7” and arguably weighs no more than 170lbs. On top of that, people generally dislike Tom Cruise for a variety of reasons; he’s a “crazy…Continue
Added by Mike Brown on December 27, 2012 at 5:15pm — No Comments
Even though The Avengers and their return to solo movie projects dominates the landscape of Marvel news at the moment, we mustn't forget about James Gunn's …Continue
Oh, John McClane, you just can't seem to avoid trouble can you? By the time we got to his fourth incredibly bad day, 2007's 'Live Free or Die Hard,' a wrench was thrown into the proceedings…Continue
Just when you thought you'd escaped the deadliest case of cabin fever ever immortalized on film, we may have to pack our backs for a return trip to the Overlook Hotel. Warner Brothers is looking at the possibility of producing a prequel to 1980's …Continue
Added by Mike Brown on July 13, 2012 at 2:37pm — No Comments
What is arguably the most iconic Hollywood film of the modern era is back once again to rake in more money. But what is it that has made this film so massive in its impact? It's a movie about an event that almost no one living today ever experienced, it's a James Cameron film without nuclear weapons, Terminators,…Continue
Paramount has long been looking for a way to bring Tom Clancy's character Jack Ryan back to the screen. The cinematic CIA agent was last played by …Continue
This is one of the first animes I ever saw and considering it’s themes it’s clear to me now that when I began my anime journey this anime in particular probably had a profound effect on my young mind for both good and bad reasons.
So here’s my review forContinue
No sooner did Jai Courtney ('Spartacus: Blood and Sand') land the role of John McClane's son in 'A Good Day to Die Hard,' than the first image of him as the character hit the web. Apparently, the below pic is from Courtney's screen test.…Continue
There's just no way around it at this point, they are definitely making a fifth 'Die Hard.' I refused to believe it was real for a long time, but it became impossible to ignore once its title was announced. The plot of, sigh,…Continue