Rotten Tomatoes rating: 67%
My rating: Full Price!!
David Dunn (Bruce Willis) is a Philadelphia security guard who miraculously survives a massive train derailment. He wakes up in hospital unharmed and the only remaining survivor. Whilst still dealing with the shock, David is contacted by Elijah (Samuel L. Jackson), a comic book art dealer with the opposite physicality, having bones that snap… Continue
Added by DavidBray on July 29, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Member of Spill!!!!!!!! If you have a Facebook page and you are a member of the group Marvel Movies! then you have already seen this. If you don't, here is what I found out. Apparently someone has found out a certain director wants to helm the Daredevil reboot!!!!!!!!! I don't know personally but if you have a Facebook page and you are just as excited as I am, then message the group admin and tell him who you think it will be. Hopefully, someone will figure it out soon......…
Added by Daredevil on February 3, 2009 at 7:30pm —
Alright, let me try to control my geeky-ness for just a moment to tell you about one of my most anticipated movies of 2009.......You ready? Because once I start talking about it I might not stoooopp.........I mean, it's only one of the best comic book series I have ever read and it's being made into a live action feature fi-----
Alright, if you are looking at this blog post… Continue
Added by TheEverydayMoviegoer on January 17, 2009 at 8:37am —
I am a huge comic book film fanatic, but i believe that several things have happened that need to be left alone. Here is the rundown of things that need to happen.
1. Leave Chris Nolan alone for a while, and batman in general: Now i love the Dark Knight, but i am sick of all these rumors i keep hearing. I believe that everyone needs to give Christopher Nolan a few years to relax, and to actually think about what he is going to do. There is rarely a good third film in a trilogy, and i… Continue
Added by Matthew on December 28, 2008 at 11:01am —
My computer just got a virus so while i write this review i have random web pages opening every 30 seconds and the fear that my computer is going to crash. I hate computers
Now on to Confessions of a Superhero. The film focuses on the lives of 4 individuals. Each being a professional superhero impersonator in Hollywood. Superman, Wonder Woman, The Hulk, and Batman all open up and share there obsessions with being a superhero. Superman is the most… Continue
Added by Jason The Reviewer on December 14, 2008 at 4:20pm —
Imagine a superhero movie within which the hero is an alcoholic cock who is hated by the masses. This is the basic premise of Hancock, a film which I finally got around to seeing. This concept is fairly original to films, not so much to comic books, and it is nice to see a superhero without any prior knowledge of his origin or back-story whatsoever.
Will Smith (of Fresh Prince fame) plays John Hancock, a homeless superhero who… Continue
Added by Twackius on December 8, 2008 at 1:00am —
In a time of great peril and excruciatingly bad films, four of the Internet's greatest heroes join forces to save innocents from badly made films. They are:
With all the knowledge of the internet shooting through his body, Cyrus drives the bad filmmakers crazy because he's a lunatic!
With the powers of the great… Continue
Added by Miley Zor-El on August 21, 2008 at 6:34am —
For those of your unfamiliar with the comic book character Plastic Man, he's basically Jim Carrey with Mr. Fantastic's powers. He's a living cartoon character who'll turn into a toilet and literally flush the bad guys, or smack them as a huge flyswatter. Now I'm not exactly a die hard fan the Pliable Prankster, he's amusing enough as a guest… Continue
Added by Joshua the Anarchist on July 15, 2008 at 8:00pm —
1. Spider-Man 2
If power comes with responsibility, director Sam Raimi wielded his filmmaking power brilliantly. By honoring Stan Lee's vision of the webcrawler as a young man caught in a net between his awesome potential for heroism and his burnin' love for Mary Jane, Raimi set the gold standard.…
Added by Director91 on July 5, 2008 at 6:35pm —
Added by The Spill Crew on July 2, 2008 at 11:19pm —
This could be THE YEAR OF THE SUPERHERO
(until we see what’s in store for us next year). I don’t think there’s been this many superhero movies in the theater at the same time since days of newsreels and 5 cent matinee serials. The public is clamoring so much for these movies that studios are just making up superheroes, like HANCOCK
, just to meet the demand.
But why do… Continue
Added by Leon on July 2, 2008 at 12:30am —
WOW. Fandango is reporting that dozens of showtimes for The Dark Knight are already sold out for the midnight screenings on Thursday night/Friday morning, July 17th. That’s right, even with a full three weeks before the film hits, screenings have begun to sell out. A few theaters have begun to add 3:00am showtimes on Friday morning to help meet the consumer demand.
As of June 27, “Dark Knight” has sold eight times as many tickets on MovieTickets.com as “Spider-Man 3″ at the same… Continue
Added by Tyler Fritz on June 30, 2008 at 4:32pm —
Some superheros are lucky once it comes to film. Usually, they have years of history in comic books to back up their advertising budget. However some superheroes, like Will Smith's character in the upcoming Hancock
, were created just for the big screen. While they don't have history to back themselves up, they can still become characters who MAKE history of themselves, whether it be on TV or in film. That's right, TV counts!
10. Bluntman & Chronic… Continue
Added by NotTheWhosTommy on June 29, 2008 at 7:00pm —
On the heels of it's huge weekend from the movie Iron Man
, Marvel Studios
has unleashed it's schedule for the next bunch of comic book movies through 2011.
An Iron Man sequel on April 30, 2010
Also for that year, Marvel plans to release… Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on May 5, 2008 at 2:49pm —
A live action Justice League movie is planned for 2009 with some stars playing guy like Flash.
Cast (in alphabetical order)
Adam Brody ... The Flash / Wally West (rumored)
Common ... Green Lantern / John Stewart (rumored)
D.J. Cotrona ... Superman / Clark Kent (rumored)
Teresa Palmer ... Talia Al Ghul (rumored)
Armie Hammer ... Batman / Bruce Wayne (rumored)
Megan Gale ... Wonder Woman / Princess Diana (rumored)
Added by AngryRoman101 on April 8, 2008 at 9:34am —
I know I'm behind on a lot of movies and stuff, but starting NOW I will be caught up with all of the latest movies out there. This weekend I've seen Drillbit Taylor, 21, and THIS. I also saw Horton Hears a Who not to long ago so I'll have that up too.
After Date Disaster came Epic Failure. After Epic Failure came The Sports B*tches. After The Sports B*tches came Meet some BullSh*t. And After Meet some BullSh*t comes a… Continue
Added by TheDreamer207 on March 30, 2008 at 6:52pm —
Hi everyone! It's your old pal TheDreamer207, and I'm back from a long relaxing vacation at my cousin's house in NY city. So if any of you (which I doubt) were wondering were I was, now you know.
On other News (in my world) I finally saw Superhero Movie. Any I must say I was quite wrong about this movie. I don't know about you but this one was ACTUALLY FUNNY. And sort of made sense since it was sticking to just one main spoof. This proves that spoofs are still good and welcomed… Continue
Added by TheDreamer207 on March 30, 2008 at 6:00pm —
Okay Here's a list Of all of the movies coming out in March. Just to let you know ahead of time and prepare yourselves for the good, the average, and the sh*tty. Which reminds me........DO NOT SEE THE MOVIE THAT COMES OUT ON THE 28TH(rumored) WHOSE NAME IS "SH*TTY SUPERHERO SPOOF MOVIE" And you know what I'm talking about! And because I don't have time to waste my afternoon Telling you my opinion on a movie after finding the trailer on Youtube I won't give u my opinion about the limited… Continue
Added by TheDreamer207 on February 25, 2008 at 7:53pm —
I can almost guarantee you, you probably never heard of this movie. One of the reasons is because this movie isn't due till 2009. Now this movie is based off of a role-playing game (like Dungeons and Dragons) that takes place in an alternate world where a super villain completely destroyed Chicago in 1976. Since then all super humans had to register for the government or join the resistance called "The Defiance". Now before anyone screams Civil War rip-off, I should also mention that this game… Continue
Added by Harms on February 21, 2008 at 7:13pm —