A spell-bounding crime thriller, you don’t simply watch “Sicario,” you experience 2015’s most intense, sophisticated adrenaline rush that doesn’t let up until the end credits. Continue reading Sicario review – drug thriller is a cinematic high
The best disaster films leave you wondering how you would cope faced with such tremendous adversity and impossible odds on survival in the wake of a completely unexpected event.
“Everest” won’t be climbing to the peak of the genre as beyond its snow-covered chaos and majestic views, there’s little to draw you in and keep you invested. Continue reading Everest review – disaster film fails to scale new heights
Just in time for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ test your ultimate fanboy knowledge and see how you rate.
1. It wasn’t magical when these two Batman stars clashed over Lex Luthor in this 2012 film.
2. This DC character is the only comic book star to only be played on the big screen by Oscar winning actors. Name the character and the three actors. Continue reading 20 comic book movie and TV trivia questions for the hardcore fanboys
Packed with stylish visuals, a dream cast, tons of attitude and crazy over-the-top action, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” that for better or worse, delivers exactly what you’d expect in a “Sin City” sequel.
For those of you who haven’t seen “Guardians of the Galaxy” yet and want to take it in during the movie, don’t click. For the rest of you, come on in. Continue reading #Marvel reveals first full look at Josh Brolin’s #Thanos
Joseph Gordon-Levitt (“Don Jon”) is in his ‘do no wrong’ phase and emphasizing him in the trailer is a smart move. And Powers Booth? Always excellent. “Boy, you don’t even want to imagine my worse.”
Jessica Alba’s Nancy has apparently gone crazy, but it’s nice to see Marv (Mickey Rourke, “Iron Man 2″)is still smiling at all the mayhem he can cause and Josh Brolin is joining the fun as well.
Rule #8 in making your movie better: More Eva Green.
I’m shocked we haven’t seen a dozen me-too hack directors aping the “Sin City” stark blacks, whites and other random color style, but it helps make the “Sin City” films look so distinct and special.
So, what do you think of this one?
We only got a teaser of Marvel’s death-dealing villain in the post credits scene of “Marvel’s The Avengers,” but now we’re gonna get a good glimpse of Thanos in “Guardians of the Galaxy” and he’ll be played by Josh Brolin according to Latino Review.
Brolin is no stranger to comic book movies, starring in the unfortunate misfire “Jonah Hex” with Megan Fox and Michael Fassbender, but this role should prove a lot more substantial.
It’s all but a certainty that Thanos will be playing a significant role as the major villain in “The Avengers 3” and there’s a rumor that he may also pop up for another cameo in “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” which is set for next year.