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The year began poorly as we received the fifth Die Hard film, that didn't even come close to matching its four predecessors (yes even the fourth which I really like). It seemed that possibly the character of John McClane was done, with Bruce Willis trying his hardest to bring him into…
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(50 year old dudes can still kick your ass)
It had a promising Silent Scope start but don’t expect it to be a Mission Impossible because it’s 90% talk. It’s a hit-miss, suffering from several boredom moments but it drastically bounces back because of a progress in the story, a…Continue
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This week on The Plot Hole, Steven and Simon start things off with some superhero movies news (as is more often than not the case) including big casting reveals for X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Then, helping to kick off awards season 2012, we mull over the winners of the New York Film Critics Circle which had an unlikely victor for Best Film of the year.
Also, speaking of winners, we chat the best movie posters of the year, along…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on December 5, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
First, starting with a new series by Kieron Gillen and Salvador Espin, called Generation Hope, which is a spin off of the main X Men titles. This new series focuses on Hope, the mutant messiah, and 5 new mutants whose powers and personalities seem fairly vague so far. The… Continue
I do recognize that I have been out of commission for over a year now, but I've been working on other writing projects. But now I have more free-time and will try and get more reviews out there.
Let Me In, directed by Matt Reeves, and starring Kodi-Smit Mcphee and Chloe Moretz, was seemingly doomed from the start. It is a remake of a 2008 Swedish film called Let The Right One In, a movie that captured many cinema goer's hearts. So naturally, the concept of an American remake…Continue