Two movies from this year to check out tonight, and you can probably guess which one perked my interest more to see. Well, to be fair, I also rented War Horse today, but that film's far too long to see tonight (it's already midnight here) so that will wait until tomorrow. Still, there should be plenty here to discuss, so let's dig right…
The more I watch it, the more the trailer for 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' is becoming one of my favorites of the summer movie slate. Of course, I can't assume that the movie will deliver on all the trailer's promises, but if it does, it should be a blast. These recently released images from the Jon Chu-directed…
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.
In the film 'The Lady'Michelle Yeoh plays Aung San Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace Prize Winner and pro-democracy icon. The drama will look at the choice Suu Kyi had to make between returning to London to be with her husband who was dying of cancer or to carry on fighting for Democracy in Burma. The film will premier at the Toronto Film…
To say that Lady Gaga is a unique artist is both an understatement and an overestimation, as she radiates between two different spectrums as frequently as a bi-polar Tim Burton. On the one hand. Lady Gaga is a visual genius, creating original and sometimes haunting images within
her videos that profess great technical mastery, and sporting an
Originally I wasn't even going to watch the award show, because I really couldn't care less about who wins. What got me to tune in was the promise of a Michael Jackson tribute and the fact that I like to support anything on MTV music related. Now 24 hours later I can honestly say it was an interesting show to say the least.
The show began with Madonna telling about her relationship with Michael from the early 90's and expressing her condolences for the family. She concluded by say… Continue
Added by Paradox on September 15, 2009 at 12:30am —
Park Chan Wook (my favorite director), the man that brought us "The Vengeance Trilogy" is about to reveal his vision of everyone's favorite, blood-sucking, soulless creatures!
He even takes time to give us his take on the American remake of his classic film "OLDBOY".
SEOUL (Reuters) – The South Korean director who won the Grand Prix at Cannes for "Oldboy," a film that gave revenge a fresh and disturbing twist, returns to the festival with a movie… Continue
Dexter Asks:Hey Carlyle, I'm starting to see a lots trailers for the new R rated flick "m Night Shamalan presents a film by m Night Shamalan.... The Happening" I think they would do better to keep his name off the trailer. Any way at first I thought this movie was about the religious notion of the Rapture and that could be a cool movie plot. However I just saw the actual plot on imdb and man it sounds stupid and potentially environmentally preachy. I dont want to spoil it so look on…Continue