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Sources report that actor Johnny Depp is nearing the final stages of negotiations to reprise his character of…Continue
10 years after the events of the third film. Captain Jack Sparrow(Johnny Depp) is back and he is off to find the Fountain of Youth but in order to do that he must take back his ship and recruit a new crew. The Spaniards are also on it's way to get to the Fountain so the King sent Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) to guide an expedition. Jack…
In a Rapture-like incident people disappear, leaving behind only their clothes and other accessories. Darkness is the enemy as something in the shadows is consuming all life. The only way to survive is to stay in the light.
Three survivors Luke (Hayden Christensen), Rosemary (Thandie Newton) and Paul (John Leguizamo) find themselves hold up with a bar with the child (Jacob Latimore) of the owner. The generator keeping the lights on is running out of gas. With little time to…Continue
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Grab yer' eyepatches, and don' yer' filthy rags, ye' scurvey dogs! Because once again, we return to Disney's telling of a pirate's tale, only without the horrible teeth, and mostly with acting drunk. But hey, it worked before, and Johnny Depp loves to do it? ;)
So yes, we're back with Jack on another…Continue
We've got three brand new theatrical posters for you today - a new 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' poster featuring Optimus and Sam Witwicky, the latest poster from…Continue
Today, the mates of PCP gather to discuss British programming. We hop in the TARDIS to explore the worlds of Dr. Who. We also discuss things that go bump in the night on Being Human as well as engage in pure, mindless vandalism on MisFits among other shows. It's gonna be a jolly good time. Oh, and if you have trouble getting it to work, you might wanna try turning it on and off again (that's right, IT Crowd reference).…Continue
Added by Shegaw on April 13, 2011 at 7:51pm — No Comments
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This is my review of Rebecca Black's Friday. I am new to this sort of thing, so if anyone who is good at this has any advice, I would love that. I desperately want to get better. I would like to point out that I do not like the song specifically. I like it in the same way that some people like Troll2. There seems to be a lost in translation type thing with this video.…Continue
Added by Mallen 171 on April 3, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments
Ramping up the marketing for the May 20th release of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides', Disney has just released a new trailer for the film that reveals a bit more (maybe too much) about the film. Caution: this trailer could be…Continue
I like harris' anime corner and i dont want my anime watching to go to waste and have all my anime knowledge go un appreciated. so what are your favorite animes that just have to be mentioned (for any reason)? post.
(here are some of mine)
Baccano (english dub)…Continue
As you have gathered, I'm rather particularly British. So as you can guess, Superbowl isn't much of a big deal over here, if any one actually cares about it over here, they have to stay up until 3 o'clock in the morning and watch it a day late. But, in all honesty, they do give for some cool ass TV Spots. So I've decided to hunt down the very best and the very worst and post them in this very blog, and give you my verdict.
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After such a long time of waiting for me, the nominations for the Oscars are here once again! So, let's not dance around the lilies, let's get down to business when it comes to my thoughts on the major categories!
Here are 4 animated TV shows, and the films that ruined them.
What Ruined It:
Rugrats In Paris (2000), Rugrats Go Wild (2003); also the TV series All Grown Up! (2003-2008)
The creation of the TV series All Grown Up ruined Rugrats because it was unnecessary to bring the Rugrats to their teenage years, facing problems. I mean the All Growed Up TV special was good, because seeing the Rugrats all grown up was good in only small…Continue
Added by Kyle Scully on November 13, 2010 at 8:52pm — No Comments
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