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Man of destroying shit, yea! that should of been the title.
Added by The Phenomenal One on June 16, 2013 at 1:29am — No Comments
Not every poster for every summer film will surprise you, but there is something specific about this latest poster for Zack Snyder's 'Man of Steel' that at least elicited a double-take from me. The poster features Superman's father, Jor-El (…Continue
(No shoes, no shirt and they still got service)
The first minute set the bar high. Sadly, it’s very predictable, unoriginal and too sober. There is a tampon joke that’s so disgusting to the point that I hated it. The acting is good. The writing…Continue
Added by EMZreviews on May 3, 2013 at 5:30am — No Comments
I was a big fan of 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes.' I was surprised that another installment of such a seemingly dead franchise could be so innovative and function as such an effective reboot. Now Matt Reeves has begun shooting on the followup …Continue
If nothing else, it was made in the 80s, so you knew it wouldn't be long until somebody rebooted and/or remade 'Escape from New York.' Well you can break out the eye-patches and cobra tattoos, because it…Continue
2012 was a blur of quality cinema, and while most people ring in the New Year with champagne and resolutions, The Plot Hole gang celebrates by reminiscing about the best, worst, underrated, overrated movies of the year.
We also play review catch-up for some of the holiday’s biggest films including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Les Miserables, Django Unchained and Jack Reacher.
Check it all out on our iTunes page…Continue
Added by Kieran Freemantle on January 3, 2013 at 1:02pm — No Comments
One of the most interesting things about Hollywood history is hearing all the stories about "what might have been." These typically involve actors who inhabited iconic roles to the point that they became inextricably linked to that character, and the other actors who came very close to having those…Continue
It looks as if Robert De Niro has found his new muse. If De Niro sticks with Bradley Cooper for anything he does from now on, he just might return to the greatness of what made him great in his later years. Not to say that he hasn't shown it before since Limitless was an excellent…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on November 23, 2012 at 6:56pm — No Comments
Let's face it, Superman is in a horrible place in today's society. He might be the original superhero and the classic example of what superheroes can be but like Captain America's deal in The Avengers, things have changed in the seventy or seventy-five years that have past us by as a…Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on August 9, 2012 at 11:32am — No Comments
We've talked a lot about the live action remake of the 80s anime 'Akira,' and all the various headaches and disasters that befell that project. Well, if there was one other project that has faced just as many speed bumps and…Continue
We've been talking a lot lately about Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah' mostly because there has been a bit of a casting carousel going on with this upcoming Biblical epic. While all that is interesting, we still hadn't seen anything from the set. That changes today. The …Continue
Earlier this year, it was reported that Warner Brothers would be jumping in to the river of vampire projects set to flood theaters over the next couple years. They are prepping an alternate version of …Continue
"Thank you so much for believing in my weirdness."
She spells it out herself with that quote. People may think she is inappropriate and dresses in…
Added by Colin Flanagan on July 6, 2012 at 4:30am — No Comments
One of the best things about Quentin Tarantino's films has always been his casts. He is routinely able to assemble a truckload of phenomenal talent and pull fantastic performances out of even the most unlikely of actors. It was…Continue
I guess I should disclose right off the bat that I do not like musicals, but I'd hazard that even those who do might have trouble getting into this trailer for Adam Shankman's 'Rock of Ages.' This star-packed film takes place in 1987 L.A. and is essentially a love story set against an epic rock scene. The film's cast includes…Continue
You know what we haven't seen in a while? A vampire movie! Oh wait no, we get like two a year. Well it looks like Russell Crowe wants a piece of that action as he is purportedly in talks with Warner Brothers to star in 'Harker,'…Continue
How can you improve a movie this awesome? I think the answer is obvious.
Highlander is owned by Fox. RIN: Daughters of Mnemosyne is owned by…Continue