On this episode we actors who ended up being surprisingly good, why bad cinemashould be taken seriously, DON'T ASK ME FOR SHOTS, what I learned from those aminators, will we do sports, and Tracy Morgan is set to play Andrew Ryan in… Continue
Calls include Blockbuster's fate, a rat can't get her call through, Billy with that new call smell, and just what is it that makes new HDTVs have that weird video motion thingy.
By the way, that weird video motion thingy is called 'Auto Motion Plus' on a Samsung (the TV I have). If you don't like it go to the settings in your menu screen and set it to 'off'. I couldn't remember what it was during the call so I hope this… Continue
The tactical unit is coming on a regular turn over, and with promotions being issued to unit members and leaders alike, the competition has has bred division between Sam (Simon Yam) and May's (Maggie Sui) respective units. Meanwhile the events of the last film see Fat Tong (Suet Lam) demoted to a driver, and he is beginning to question his place on the force.… Continue
Added by kingofsnake on November 22, 2010 at 10:13am —
Leung (John Chang) is the second son of a fish merchant, so as you might expect, his life sucks. When a client's wealthy son decides to beat him up for fun, enough is enough and joins a local dojo specializing in Drunken Boxing. Later when his master is killed by two members of the Snake clan, he must fuse Monkey style with Drunken Boxing to avenge his master.…
You may have noticed a trend beginning somewhere in the mid-years of the naught decade. No, it was not giving Shia LaBeouf more work nor was it the ravenous hunger of TV executives to create more "reality" shows. It involved movies, and it involved video games. Yes, that coupling spawned a slew of terrible movies based on video games.
Finally, C.H. has finished the game and now we are here to first, review Deadly Premonition and go into spoiler talk. Also, those who haven't played it you guys can definitely listen to our review
and if you're really interested in buying it I would recommend you not
to listen to our spoiler discussion after… Continue
Added by Splinter47 on October 14, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Well, I know it seems like I'm doing a lot of blogs for a guy who doesn't seem to be that fond of Superman all that much but I'm sorry, it's weird for me too. Maybe it's the fact that I am a HUGE Christopher Nolan fan (even though I haven't seen Memento, I know, I know) and I can't get the vision of a darker Superman out of my head even though David S. Goyer said that the films would be "modern...believable...fun". I even balked at…
'Let Me In' hits theaters this Friday, October 1, and we've got a cool prize pack to give away in conjunction with Overture Films.
Directed by Matt Reeves (Cloverfield), and starring Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass), Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road) and Richard Jenkins, Let Me In is the story of a bullied and neglected twelve your old boy who forms a profound bond with a secretive young girl. As a string of grisly murders occupy the town, Owen has to confront the reality that Abby may… Continue
Right? Isn't that the rule? Sharks have to constantly swim. A rolling stone gathers no moss. Madonna reinvents herself every three years. It's what you have to do if you want to stay alive or relevant.