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Spartacus87

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  1. Godzilla teaser that was shown at Comic-Con...all hail the King (of the monsters): http://youtu.be/zw3-V4QDNpM
  2. "12 Years a Slave" released its debut trailer, and while it looks like it'll be at least a decent movie, it also reeks of being 100% "Oscar-bait" through and through...: Meanwhile, Christian Bale has an upcoming movie called "Out of the Furnace," which also stars Willem Dafoe, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson, Zoe Saldana, and Forest Whitaker, and it looks pretty great:
  3. Fun little pop culture trivia for everyone on a Friday afternoon - "Zombie Nation," the now over-played sports anthem, is actually a remix by Kernkraft 400 of a video game theme from the 1980's:
  4. Speaking of ridiculous recipes for movies that immediately go on my "Must Watch" list, the first trailer for "The Counselor" came out a couple of weeks ago, and it looks pretty, pretty, pretty good. - Screenplay by Cormac McCarthy. - Directed by Ridley Scott. - And starring Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender (who's always awesome), Javier Bardem (who is also always awesome), Penelope Cruz, and Cameron Diaz (who I don't think has looked this hot since maybe the 90's, like in The Mask or something). If that doesn't end up being one of the best movies of the year, it'll be a crime.
  5. It's currently tracking 76% on Rotten Tomatoes, which is pretty solid, especially for a summer blockbuster type of film. I'll go check it out - I always enjoy Guillermo del Toro's work, and this is his first big budget major movie, so it's kind of a "make or break" situation for him. It's also the first chance for my boy Charlie Hunnam from Sons of Anarchy to step up into Hollywood "leading-man" territory, so I feel compelled to support him as well. And come on - it's giant mechs battling even larger monsters, with Charlie Day, Idris Elba, and Ron Perlman also in the cast. If I
  6. Oooo weeee...that is a very slick poster. I'll admit, when Joe Johnston signed on as the director for the first Captain America film, I became really skeptical. But that turned out to be a very fun, pretty compelling action movie. So I was a bit disappointed to hear that he wasn't coming back for the sequel, and I'm a little wary of this movie being more of a spy/thriller type of film, rather than another straight-ahead action/adventure movie. The director is also an odd choice - Anthony Russo, who's credits are largely producing and directing various primetime sitcoms over the la
  7. Possibly the next "Wreck It Ralph" in terms of heavy nostalgia mixed with clever animated comedy...pretty awesome cast and solid production background too (from the guys responsible for "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" and the "21 Jump Street" movie):
  8. That is just outright horrific photoshopping....before I even noticed the improper hand placement by that woman, I spent a couple of minutes staring at the way her legs and knees are sharply cut off like the illustrators weren't sure (or weren't paid enough to care) whether or not she was supposed to be sitting in the pool or on the edge of it. I'll admit: I ended up laughing much harder at this than I initially thought I would. It just picks up steam and gets hilarious by the end.
  9. Yes, this X 1,000,000. Although I do feel sort of bad that M.Night Shyamalan is taking another huge career hit for After Earth flopping. From what I understand, it's a bad film all around and while the director of a bad movie should take some blame, Will Smith still wrote the script and made himself and his son the two lead actors. I don't know how it happened, specifically, but over the last few years I've grown to strongly dislike all things Will Smith. His acting bores me, he has a growing reputation as a huge diva (see: the production issues he created for Men in Black 3 as we
  10. Thanks for the review. This is definitely on my list of movies to see. It has a solid score on Rotten Tomatoes (69%), it's based on a pretty compelling true story, and I'd really like to check out Michael Shannon's performance before seeing him as General Zod in Man of Steel.
  11. I saw this the other night: (Full disclosure: I'm a huge fan of The Rock, and I'll have some interest in just about any project he's in. His addition to the cast in Fast & Furious 5 was also a big part of why the Fast & Furious franchise as a whole was reinvigorated, so it's nice to keep his character going in this series.) In short - I ****ing loved this movie. 8 out of 10 for me. It requires you to turn your brain off as soon as the opening credits begin to roll, but for mindless action, this is about as good of a movie as you're going to find these days. Part of
  12. This has been making the rounds recently on a lot of TV, film, and entertainment blogs.... ABC Family's marketing department has done an interesting job of re-imagining what Batman Begins is about:
  13. Agreed. The first Iron Man movie was a lot of fun, it was done well, and since it was a new character for the big screen, it was a refreshing experience. The second Iron Man was just a rehash of the first one, with a couple of bland new characters added in, but that movie was sort of sacrificed by Marvel to get the ball rolling on The Avengers. Robert Downey Jr had sort of sleep walked through Iron Man 2, but since Joss Whedon came up with such a good script for The Avengers, and Tony Stark was actually fleshed out a little more as an actual character, forced to work with guys who were his
  14. Well, first, review the list that LKB posted of the opponents the Undertaker has beaten over his career to create The Streak. Guys like Mark Henry, Big Bossman, The Big Show, A-Train? Jobbers. Edge and Batista were both awesome but their careers at the top were so short (especially Batista's) that holding wins over them isn't very meaningful in the long run. Either he keeps The Streak going for another couple of years and walks out unretired, and leaves it at 21-0 or something, or he finally loses. And CM Punk would be a much better choice, given WWE's current status, than Randy Orton or
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