If it's crap ... We'll tell you
My 6 year old nephew is coming and I thought of letting him watch The Indy Jones Trilogy. because there is nothing at my local theater to watch but, "Lincoln". So I go to the rental shop to get all 3.
I found "Raiders" and "Temple of Doom" really quickly but, "The Last Crusade" is not there. (And btw that other junk had 4 fucking copies including 2 Blu-ray's) . I ask the clerk who seemed like he wasn't busy. Where is "The Last Crusade". and he checks the machine (Notice he works at a…Continue
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The Cheshire Cat Studios crew has decided to take a break from lambasting various deranged Internet subcultures to discuss some of the most recent news and developments of the entertainment industry. Clench up George Lucas, and Disney Corp, we're coming after you!
This episode: LaughingMan, Kenny Farino, CineMax and B-Mask as they share their…Continue
Added by LaughingMan on December 2, 2012 at 1:35pm — No Comments
Men In Black 3 is a solid, fun, action sci-fi movie that I really enjoyed and I view it as a worthy entry in the MIB series. The story of Men In Black 3 is that Will Smith must travel back in time to save his friend played by Tommy Lee Jones from an escaped alien…Continue
Added by Peter Anders on September 13, 2012 at 11:12pm — No Comments
Sigh…remember when Will Smith used to make awesome movies?
Once upon a time, eons ago in the year of 1997, came a movie called Men in Black, which paired the Fresh Prince and the old, tough-as-nails Fugitive hunter as cops policing alien activity on Earth. It was a fun popcorn muncher when it came out, and inspired me to wear my first suit when I was only 10-years-old. Everyone cried out for a sequel and we got one: it was basically the same exact plot as…Continue
Added by Ha-Ra on June 6, 2012 at 11:00pm — No Comments
I hope you nice people do not mind some shameless self-promotion with the Podcast I work on, The Plot Hole at Playeraffinity.com. Episode 36 has been put on and the topics of discussion this week are the following:
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In a spectacular interview he gave during a 30th anniversary screening of his film 'Raiders of the Lost Ark',…Continue
Few films can pull off the idea of patriotism without coming off as jingoistic, and xenophobic, rants. It's even harder when the country portrayed as the 'good one' is America. I'm happy to say that not only does Captain America: The First Avenger sidestep these metaphorical landmines, but also provides an enjoyable romp with a story I didn't think was possible pulling off.
This is the most original idea EVER!
Lord of the Rings the Return of the King is owned by New Line Cinema. Monty Python and the Holy Grail is owned by Columbia…Continue
Added by Matt Vetrano on July 17, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Since its release in 2008, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull has been put forward as an example of a franchise going off the rails. And there’s one element in particular from the film that’s usually brought up to illustrate this. Not man eating CG ants and monkey madness, magnetic hypnotic alien skulls, the lack of ‘bad’ in the bad guys, or even Marion and Mutt. All of these left a bad taste in my mouth but that's not it. No, we all know it’s Nuking The Fridge.
Source Code is a fantastic movie, a smart thriller that gives you a satisfying and humane story and lead character. Weirdly, such a great film is being classified in the wrong genre. Nearly everyone is call it science fiction, leading the film's critics to call Source Code's science "stupid" and "nonsensical". But Source Code was not trying to describe the intricate mechanics of time travel the way films like "Primer" and "Donnie Darko" have explored. Rather, Duncan Jones was using time…Continue
Added by Ha-Ra on April 4, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Source: The LA Times
The LA Times has debuted a bunch of new images to complement the X-Men: First Class banner that hit the web this week. They are a million times cooler than the banner and feature even more characters, plus a look at some of the locations and sets. And...Kevin Bacon as Sebastian Shaw!!!
The film hits theaters…Continue
OK, first of all, I'll give you a quick introduction. I'm Phast Phil and I have been a long-time fan of Spill.com and joined a long time ago (I think it was at the start of 2008). When I joined, there was no Let's Do This and the only podcasts where ACOCO and LEOG. There wasn't even 10,000 members. I stopped using my profile for a long while and when I tried to sign in again my email had changed. It took me until just recently to remember what it was so I'm back! Sorry about that, just…Continue
This is my first blog on spill so tell me if i made any mistakes or if you have any suggestions please tell me
I been a fan of the walking dead since I heard about it on a podcast (think it was LDT) they talked…Continue
This idea for a blog has been in my mind for a long while so I thought that I might as well write it now. There has always been a question in my mind and that is what makes great villains? Frankly, there are so many aspects that make the list of great film villains who they are so I thought that we should look at some villains who have been listed over the years as being some of the greats and see exactly what makes a great villain so great, evil, despicable, and yet entertaining and…Continue
Well, I know it seems like I'm doing a lot of blogs for a guy who doesn't seem to be that fond of Superman all that much but I'm sorry, it's weird for me too. Maybe it's the fact that I am a HUGE Christopher Nolan fan (even though I haven't seen Memento, I know, I know) and I can't get the vision of a darker Superman out of my head even though David S. Goyer said that the films would be "modern...believable...fun". I even balked at…Continue
let us see the script already.
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