Imagine if Bane isn't really Bane at all. It's Hush. I mean, the jacket fits the character and all, but I personally think that Nolan wouldn't pull that on the audience. But let's just entertain the idea. Hush is Thomas Elliot, which would mean somewhere, probably at the end of the movie, would explain his demise into Hush. Also, Hush is a much more fitting villain for the so called, "Nolanverse". My plot idea telling by the trailer, is that Thomas Elliot is posing as Bane, and wearing a…
Here we go again talking about a much loved series of film from our childhood and beyond. From Part 1 to the Universal Studios ride what is it that makes Back to the Future a cinema classic? Biff, Doc, Marty and "I think he took his wallet" guy are all talked about as we nail down the overall theme of the series, the clunky 2nd film and the sweet send off that was Part 3.
Also It wouldn't be NQP without my misspronunciation of certain words. Also PvtSnafu we joke because we…
A Christmas Carol is the latest version of the already known story written by Charles Dickens. It is an spectacular feast for the viewer because it is its 3D format. The special effects are awesome. The story is good but I think that with the intention of focusing in the 3D and the CGI the left the plot a little sloppy. The rhythm is a little slow and it has some pointless scenes that it will not matter if they wen't in the movie. The cast is excellent. It includes voices of great actors such… Continue
Added by Daniel on December 22, 2009 at 11:16pm —
Billy Bob Thornton with his band, the Boxmasters, who are on tour with Willie Nelson, appeared on Q TV for CBC radio in Canada and inexplicably turned hostile on the host right out of the box evading simple questions and criticized the host for 'insulting' him by referring to him as an "actor". Not hammering him for being… Continue
Well the wait is now finally over, the latest graphic novel film adaptation called Watchmen has finally arrive in theaters nationwide but the question is whether this movie is going to be the most accurate comic book movie that the producers have been hyping it up to be in this first edition of THE REVIEW VAULT (where I tell like it is good or bad). To be brutal and honest, Watchmen had so much potential to be a phenomenal film that in the end it became a film that you loved, hated, or both in… Continue
Like all Gen-Xers, everything I learned from Elementary school (that I’ve managed to retain) was pumped into my head every Saturday morning in between episodes of Superfriends and Dyno-Mutt and Jabberjaw and Captain Caveman and etc…
Through Schoolhouse Rock we all learned (Manchurian Candidate-style) to recite the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution, the inner working of the human digestive system, the principle of speculative fiction… Continue
When I first posted this, I had received characters that I should have added. And I agreed with most. So here we go:
11) Arnie: What's Eating Gilbert Grape?
Still here is Arnie, the lovable retard played by a young Leo DiCaprio in an Oscar Nominated performance. An urban legend that I don't know the validity of is that he didn't get it because they were scared he really was retarded and might make a scene. Probably not true.… Continue
Added by Hitchcock on September 15, 2008 at 7:26pm —
Robert Englund stirred up a rumor last night on the radio show Loveline. While promoting his upcoming release of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, Englund said he heard a rumor that Billy Bob Thornton might be wearing the killer gloves soon.
For those that don't know, Michael Bay's Platinum 'Dunes' production company has plans to remake the classic… Continue