When “the man” kills his brother, pumps heroin into the local orphanage, and floods the ghetto with a secret weapon disguised as Anaconda Malt Liquor, there is only one brother bad enough, strong enough, and brave enough to take them on: the legendary Black Dynamite.
It's like they filmed Korey's life and then edited him out and put Michael Jai White in :D
Black Dynamite is a throwback with an attitude. Hilarious, campy, hot, and sexy, it plays with… Continue
Added by Kyle Voltti on December 31, 2008 at 10:42pm —
Ok, first off, i'd like to say my favorite movies of the year. These are also my nominees for my favorite movie of the year. I say favorite instead of best because the word "best" seems too factual, when this is based solely on opinion.
-Forgetting Sarah Marshall- It really surprised me, because I looked at this as an appetizer for Pineapple Express, but this completely turned the tables (still enjoyed Pineapple Exp. though)
Some of you May know that the Tomas Alfredson’s upcoming film LÃ¥t den rÃ¤tte komma in (Let The Right One In) has been a hit on the festival circuit and was recently picked up by Magnet Releasing, a subdivision of Magnolia Pictures, to be distributed in the U.S. This is a Swedish film based on the novel by John Ajvide Linqvist (who also wrote the… Continue
Let me start by saying I am a nerd. During my Christmas vacation I am playing everquest 2 and magic the gathering online. So I was in the mood for a little fantasy movie, emphasis on little. I did not want the grand epicness of Lord of the Rings or Star Wars. I wanted something that focused on the experience of being a gamer, getting you face blown up by traps and npcs that you should not have tangled with in the first place, and having a weak character who gets killed over and over and over… Continue
Added by Greg on December 31, 2008 at 8:37pm —
I'm realizing that just to be crystal frelling clear on this, I should specifically mention what this 'best of' listing thingee that I'm spreading out over ten posts means to me. I'm not trying to tell you that these are the best ten films of the year in any sort of overall sense. I'm not saying these are the ones that will have the widest appeal. I'm saying that these are MY top ten favorite films of the year.
Now that THAT'S out of the way, surely no one will call me an… Continue
Today I found out the disturbing news that channels like MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, Nickelodeon and Spike will all being going dark at 12:01. This due to the fact that Viacom Inc. and Time Warner Cable could not agree on a carriage fee deal. So since I am Time Warner Cable member I will be missing out on such great shows as "The Daily Show","The Colbert Report","SpongeBob SquarePants", "The Real World" and all of those "Flavor of Love" spin-offs. This is bullshit!
The Weinstein Company has announced that Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds will be released on August 21, 2009.
The WWII film stars Brad Pitt, Diane Kruger and Christoph Waltz.
Inglourious Basterds begins in German-occupied France, where Shosanna Dreyfus (Mélanie Laurent) witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa (Waltz). Shosanna narrowly escapes and flees to Paris, where she forges… Continue
I would like to start off by saying this isnt really a review as much as it is my thoughts on the movie..I just kinda type what i am thinking
Well with nothing else to do on Christmas night me and some friends went to the movies. And not to my thrill we went and saw Valkyrie. Which was not a bad movie at all except for some flaws like the spill guys mentioned the accents oh they drove me up the wall. Apparently this film was more like a British imitation of what… Continue
For Mr Invisible, the first and last blow to his burgeoning career as a superhero was an unexpected punch that flattened his nose.
“After months of designing my costume, getting my street moves just right, it was my first week out as a Real Life Superhero – and probably my last. This tiny, tiny girl did not like me trying to calm down her screaming boyfriend. She blindsided me, I’m still bruised. It’s dangerous out there,” said the deflated would-be crime fighter last… Continue
As the new year approaches, a lot of us movie buffs have taken the opportunity to reflect on how awesome some of the movies this year has been, as well as the flicks that we wished we didn't pay a single cent for. I can honestly say that the past year epic movies like Dark Knight, Wall.E and Iron Man overshadowed other awesome… Continue
First off, Jason Statham's character, Chev "Juice Me" Chelios is back in this. Which IMMEDIATELY brings forth my main problem with the first movie getting a sequel: CHEV CHELIOS DIED AT THE END OF THE LAST MOVIE!!!!! Don't believe me? Here's the ending, courtesy of YouTube:
Ok, so it's believed at the VERY end that he might've survived, as the… Continue
Added by MOVIELORD101 on December 31, 2008 at 8:50am —
Every discipline practiced today has had its era of greatness and rebirth. Art, literature, and education had its own renaissance era that flourished for over three hundred years. Film, in particular, has also had its own moments of glory and renewal. From the 1920's all the way through to the 1980's, movies were in their prime, exhibiting amazing stories that would later be embraced by modern culture. During these years, many of the classics we know and love were developed. Films like The…Continue