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Almost as good as Roger Corman's Fantastic Four.
The Dark Knight is owned by Warner Bros. The Toxic Avenger is owned by Troma…Continue
Yesterday was my birthday, and I decided to spend a lot of it resting so I could go to a midnight screening of the last film in the most successful movie franchise of all time. Today's movie is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. The Warner Bros. production - rated PG-13 - stars an ensemble cast headlined by Daniel Radcliffe,…Continue
Added by Hogwarts Dropout on July 15, 2011 at 8:39am — No Comments
Hello Spillios, Dr.O here writing my first ever review for this site. Any constructive criticism is welcome and encouraged:
When I first decided to go see the Green Lantern film I did what any person does when trying to decide on a film, I checked the reviews, and what I found was not that good. It seemed most critics thought it was a massive load of wasted potential.
This made me disappointed, but despite the negative reviews from critics, from…Continue
Added by Doctor Orpheus on June 26, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
To start this article off, I think I should admit my bias, I’m a Green Lantern fan. I’m not a fanatic. I recognize that there needs to be major changes from the source material when adapting it to film. The question is, will those changes help or hinder the character’s appeal to a mass…Continue
Added by Mike M. on June 21, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
In brightest day in blackest night this movie is bad its not alright. If you don't like that joke then your going to hate this movie.
Added by TheDVDGrouch on June 19, 2011 at 8:02pm — No Comments
First of all, Happy Father’s Day weekend. Hopefully, all of you have a great day with your loved ones. Me? I’m spending my weekend at the movies. Today’s movie is the Warner Bros. film Green Lantern. The movie, rated PG-13, stars Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, Mark Strong, Peter Skarsgaard, Tim Robbins, Angela Bassett, and the voices of Geoffrey Rush and Michael Clarke…Continue
Added by Hogwarts Dropout on June 18, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
"And there came a day, a day unlike any other, when several superhero stories found themselves united in a single article. On that day, 'Superhero Stories' was born - to contain the film and TV news no single blog post could withstand! Heed the call, then - for now...
Superhero Stories Assemble!"
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Mark Wahlberg stars as boxer “Irish” Mickey Ward and Christian Bale as half brother and trainer Dicky Eklund in this inspiring drama based on the fighter‘s rise from working-class Lowell, Mass., to world-class welterweight champ. After a string of defeats, Mickey…Continue
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With the release of Batman: The Animated Series, a turning-point began in the career of Mark Hamill, the actor made famous for his portrayal of Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. Forced into a stagnant position due to typecasting, Hamill had to face the problem that many actors before him who have been genre typecast:
breaking it. Unlike many of those before him, Hamill found a very novel
way to do…
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Going into this film, I knew nothing about the original source material for the film, which was a comic book of the same name written by Mark Millar (more famous for working on the ‘Civil War’ storyline in
Marvel Comics a few years back) and had only seen a couple of the
trailers for the film, which didn’t really describe the storyline of
the film that well. With what I had seen however, the…
Added by Edmund Poliks on May 16, 2010 at 4:46pm — No Comments
If you keep in touch with either the cinema or comic world (and, chances are, if you're checking this site, you follow both), you don't need me to tell you what Kick-Ass is, but if you do, here is the basic plot: a bored teenager, Dave Lizewski, a regular guy and comic book geek, wondered why there were no real-life superheroes ("Why do people prefer to get an average job that they hate rather than helping their fellow citizen?" if something you've probably asked…Continue