I'm really excited for John Hillcoat's 'Lawless,' the period gangster movie about a family of bootleggers. The movie stars Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy,… Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on May 23, 2012 at 1:50pm —
I'm already a sucker for period gangster movies, but when you go throwing in Tom Hardy, Jessica Chastain, and Gary Oldman with a freaking Tommy gun, I am all kinds of excited. Such are the promises made by this first trailer for … Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on April 25, 2012 at 1:13pm —
With all of the strikes that the film has against it from its very conception, it still manages to surprise the most cynical man of romantic films. It has Channing Tatum in it, who is clearly not the best actor working in Hollywood. The marketing campaign for this film is marketing it like a Nicholas Sparks movie when it's not actually based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks. It's "inspired or based on true events" even though the various details between the real life story and the film's… Continue
Added by Caleb Kahn on March 4, 2012 at 5:20pm —
A 10 minute short by Shia "NONONONONONO" LaBeouf, it's a French documentary styled film (with subs but they're not really needed except for the last scene) about Serial Killers and it stars Kid Cudi, using his full name without mentioning his musical name ala Curtis '50 cent' Jackson, with the music also by him.
It shows just like Affleck… Continue
Added by Arsène Lupin the Third on November 1, 2011 at 1:32pm —
This is MAK2.0 (aka HybridMedia) and this is my short review of Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Well, what'cha say......about Michael Bay? When you want explosions, action scenes, and hot women, he is the go-to guy. If you also want story and a plot, go to another… Continue
Added by MAK2.0 (The Hybrid) on October 1, 2011 at 11:00am —
New images of the upcoming sequel 'Transformers:Dark of the Moon' were published in the latest issue of Empire Magazine. The cover of the magazine is an introduction to "Sentinel Prime" (possibly the character… Continue
Added by The Spill Crew on February 28, 2011 at 4:22pm —
Look, I commend our American counterparts for attempting for making an anthology film about the day in the life of a New Yorker. My problem with it is that the film makers try so fucking hard to pander to the hip crowd--trying to be cool and cleaver for the sake of being cool and cleaver, which is annoying, really annoying.
One flaw that this film has is that none of the stories move beyond the confines of Manhattan, which is a true… Continue
Added by Octavius on February 15, 2010 at 7:30pm —
Thu Sep 3, 6:03 PM
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Megan Fox starred in the biggest movie of the summer, the Michael Bay-directed "Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen," but according to the actress, the director almost killed her and co-star Shia LaBeouf with his "Napoleon" and "Hitler" tendencies.
The box office bombshell unleashed on Bay in an interview with Britain's Wonderland magazine in its September/October… Continue
Added by Kenny on September 4, 2009 at 7:40pm —
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is one og the biggest box office blockbusters of the summer. From the very beginning of the movie you are surround by big explosions, spectacular persecution and tons of special effects. The story doesn't contribute with many innovations, in fact I feel that it follows the same plot as the first one, The Auto-bots and the Decepticons in their eternal war and the humas in between with Sam Witwicky and his girlfriend Mikaela trying to save the world. Maybe the… Continue
Added by Daniel on July 9, 2009 at 10:36pm —
Goosebumps traveled up and down my spine as I saw the meteors, the trademark objects that bring both Autobots and Deciepticons to Earth, rain down all over the world, destroying landmarks and aircraft carriers. In this case, the Decipticons have come to Earth, heralding the epynomous villain of this summer blockbuster...The Fallen.
Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen
has seemed to have polarized film critics and the general movie public. For every Roger Ebert and Spill Crew… Continue
Added by Universal Guardian on June 29, 2009 at 10:50pm —
So Michael Bay got paid $75 million to do this sequel to his 2007 summer hit, Transformers. $75 million to produce a $200 million movie.
Holy shit that's a lot of money.
Of course, we as the audience get the Michael Bay bang for his buck with tons of robots, explosions, action, and Shia Lebouf running around screaming the word "NO!" as a Terminator-esque Decepticon chases him through a highly idyllic Princeton that… Continue
Added by Edmund Poliks on June 28, 2009 at 7:55pm —
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - The IMAX Experience Review...& Addressing Brought Up Issues
How do the Autobots and Decepticons look in IMAX? Are the Twins really that annoying? Does this sequel really blow?
REVIEW OF THE IMAX EXPERIENCE ITSELF
Optimus Prime fighting three Decepticons at once in a forest. The Fallen and his Decepticon soldiers on top of a giant pyramid. Autobots… Continue
Added by Gabriel on June 25, 2009 at 5:00am —
Added by The Spill Crew on June 24, 2009 at 4:00am —
Theatrical Release: September, 2008
Low Down- I feel that no matter how hard i try it would be hard to sum this movie up in few words. Basically Shia LeBeouf (Indian Jones, Transformers, and the Disney channel show), plays a guy who gets framed for being a terrorist. He gets a mysterious phone call from a woman who makes demands of him and puts him through more and more dangerous situations. This also happens to a woman played by Michelle… Continue
Added by Jason The Reviewer on December 3, 2008 at 9:33pm —
Eagle Eye was a very good thrilling movie. A film like and adrenaline shot from the beginning to the end. You really can feel the tension during its two hour length. It is full of suspense, mystery, action and adventure. The story is interesting, although at some moments it was hard to believe. I like how they manage the human manipulation, the loss of privacy, the violation of your rights and how the technology no matter how useful it is, it can be used to harm and destroy. The cast is really… Continue
Added by Daniel on September 28, 2008 at 9:21pm —
and his co-star Isabel Lucas were involved in a car accident on July 27 when another driver ran a red light in Los Angeles. Besides having to deal with the public humiliation of everyone finding out he was driving drunk, LaBeouf
had to have major surgery on his hand and was not expected to return to work for 30 days. But now he's back on the set of… Continue
Added by Leon on August 27, 2008 at 11:33am —
*Spoilers* Now that our dear professor is so old now that he probably views sex as an annoyance rather than an opprotunity, it appears to be that many people are outraged at Indiana's most recent outing in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls
The most outright complaint is that some infer the implausibility of Indiana's stunts performed in the movie such as surviving a nuclear blast in a fridge or managing to still be alive after his boat seemingly falls not… Continue
Added by C.H. Gorog on July 9, 2008 at 1:20pm —
Spill.com eh? Not to shabby, nice company, clean rooms. Yeah, I think I shall stay. So whats up with Lexi in the movie world, figure this might be worthy of a short blog and list of some things this run of the mill white guy thought of the films that just came out. O.K, Indy has been out for a few now but screw that, I want to comment!
So Wall-e, the stalker robot of future Earth. I really liked this film. Its Pixar, you can't really go wrong. You can just get various degrees of… Continue
Added by Lexi on July 4, 2008 at 7:25pm —
The wait for a new Indiana Jones movie is finally over, after 20 years at last it's in theaters the latest Indy adventure and it was just as expected. A really good mix of Lucas production, Spielberg's direction, Harrison Ford again as Indiana Jones and the new addition of Shia LaBeouf makes this film a real success. A movie full of action, adventure, really good moments of humor, nice twists and really good special effects. The direction of Spielberg is splendid, I must applaud his job in this… Continue
Added by Daniel on May 26, 2008 at 7:34pm —
Review for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
After the cinematic returns of Star Wars, Terminator, Rocky, Die Hard and Rambo, it was just about time for Indiana Jones to follow. And I’m glad to say that the new film, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, is a worthy addition to this legendary franchise.
The story is set in 1957, so it is a bit different in tone to the first three. As they were homage to 1930s republic serials, this one is more in tone to… Continue
Added by Mr.Blonde on May 25, 2008 at 3:24am —