If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Added by Mike Brown on January 10, 2013 at 5:17pm — 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
In this our 85th episode of the show we are having a fireside chat with Melissa (@melissacocetta).
We began as we do every week by spoiling our thoughts about the movie that they are about to spend the next hour and a half discussing.
As you may have guessed this entire episode is devoted to a discussion of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. It was going to be a Braingasm Reviews but the discussion went into too many different…
Added by Ben Whipps on December 23, 2012 at 1:23am — No Comments
Merry Christmas Everyone.
In this latest Episode. Joe, Nick, and myself The Vern are joined by Dan of Dan's Movie Reviews to talk about the Danny Boyle Sci FI flick "Sunshine". We also get…Continue
Added by TheVern on December 21, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
We're coming towards the end of 2012 (in whatever shape or form that may manifest itself to be) and these could well be the last home release Blu Rays I check out before 2013. It rounds up to a total of around 50 films I have seen this year, so can these make a significant impact on the list? Well the answer to that is both yes and no, and not out of…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on December 18, 2012 at 4:06pm — No Comments
It is time once again for me to cast an eye at some of the recent home releases, or to put it more simply, those films that I missed out in the cinema. And once again, I have taken two titles from completely different ends of the spectrum, so you at least can't blame me for not having variety. With that, let's have a look first at Aardman Studio's festive…Continue
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Hello! I'm an independent filmmaker located in Nova Scotia, Canada. I wish to film a bully comedy in my small town community. The movie is sort of a parody of the revenge genre mixed with the kind of children's entertainment of today like the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movies and films of the 80s.
I ask for your help. Below is a link to my Indiegogo page where you can find out more information and…Continue
Added by The Film Vigilante on November 18, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Director: Bill Condon
Writer: Melissa Rosenberg, Stephenie Meyer
Added by Phenomblak on November 16, 2012 at 7:45am — No Comments
We stand tall and face it all together this week on The Plot Hole as we tackle one of the biggest movies of the year, Skyfall, 007’s triumphant return to the big screen after a four-year gap. We review, analyze, muse, mutter, rant and everything in between for what should satisfy all those Bond fans out there.
In addition to a bit of Bond-themed trivia, the gang – John, Steven, Simon and myself – chat Transformers 4 news as well as discuss the new trailers for…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on November 14, 2012 at 4:40pm — No Comments
Max Brooks' novel would have been a perfect series for either HBO or FX. But instead we get a edited feature length movie staring Brad Pitt and directed by Marc Forester("Quantum of Solice") and screenplay by Damon…Continue
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Joe Manganiello as Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman. Okay, take away the beard and then you have an excellent person for Superman in a Justice League movie. Not only has he stated that he wanted to play Superman really badly in the upcoming Man of…Continue
Episode 7: Match Point/ Top 3 Movies directed by it's actor.
I am damn lucky to be a part of The As You Watch Crew. My Cohosts and I try our hardest at putting together a fun show, and this one by far is the funnest one we have done so…Continue
In this instalment of the popular Braingasm Reviews series, Ben is joined by Andrew Robinson (@gmanreviews) and Vincent Rivano (@theshiny1) to discus the newest film by director Rian Johnson (Brick, Brothers Bloom, that episode of Breaking Bad where they're trying to kill the fly) Looper. They broke the discussion down into a spoiler free and spoiler zone to give you guys the best of both worlds.
As you will…Continue
Added by Ben Whipps on October 4, 2012 at 9:43pm — No Comments
Well, my trips to the cinema remain very sparse lately, (blame the lack of funds and all that) but I did get the chance to check out some more recent home releases this weekend. But will either of these films get the thumbs up? (You can probably guess the answer to that already, but let's check them out anyway, shall we?
First up is the second…Continue
Added by nkWhiteStar on September 30, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Once again, it's time for me to delve into the week's newest home releases, all three of which I missed out on seeing in the cinema. And wow... this blog post's films are pretty special. You probably heard them discussed very well on this week's "Remote Viewing", so you will know already what I have to say. But nonetheless, I'll give my viewpoints on the matter, despite them most likely being a bit more... "simplified".…Continue