The more movies you watch, the harder it gets to enjoy one.
‘TOTAL RECALL’ (2012) Movie Review: A Endless, Pointless, Derivative Black Hole Of A Movie. With Stupid Arnold Image!
The latest in the endless sea of pointless/frustrating remakes is ‘Total Recall;’ Director Len Wiseman’s (‘Die Hard 4, Underworld) epic dump on the Paul Verhoeven/Schwarzenegger – Phillip K. Dick inspired classic.
Confused by what happened in Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus?’
PREFACE: I say some pretty negative things about film critics below: but believe me; I am not talking about every critic, nor am I talking about every review of ‘Prometheus.’ Just the specific reviews that say nothing about the movie itself, but just seem to be shitting on Ridley Scott and Damon Lindelof: please don’t [...]
‘BATTLE: LOS ANGELES’ Movie Review: Moronic Title; Enjoyable Film. It’s the ‘Starbucks’ coffee of 2011 Cinema.
I’m not sure if ‘Battle L.A’ qualifies as a movie, it’s nothing more than one giant long shootout. Scenes in the movie range from “awful” to “average” and it never lives up to the promise of that great trailer. Aaron Eckhart plays Nantz; a military guy, who may or may not be responsible for the [...]
Article by Merwyn. In September 2010, 24 Frame, a blog by the Los Angeles Times, reported that Gavin Hood, director of X-men Origins: Wolverine, was expressed interest in developing a screen adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s award winning novel Ender’s Game. Prior to that, the film was going to be adapted by Wolfgang Peterson (The [...]
A few days ago I finally got to sit down and watch City of Ember, the 2008 fantasy film by Gil Kenan, who directed Monster House two years prior. City of Ember is one of those little films that treats its audience with a very pleasant joyride with a few bumps along the way. Though [...]
This article was originally published on www.saltypopcorn.com We were escorted into the room, and Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine have been waiting for us. Handshakes are offered to all, introductions and further pleasantries are exchanged until one of the ladies from Paramount told us it was time to begin.