In a last ditch effort with the impending doom of our beloved Spill.com. Myself and another spill member thought it might be a good idea to unite members in our area. Here is her FB link so please contact Alejandra Calderon (aka Persica Flynn on…See More
#02 - SO A GERMAN AND AN AFRO-AMERICAN WALK INTO A BAR
Do you think that Tarantino had the idea for “Django Unchained”when he heard a joke that started like “So a German and an afro-american walk into a bar…” while watching the classic 1966 “Django”? Considering that the main protagonists are a German and a former slave, it is quite a contrast to the normally very American western. I understand that it is attribute to spaghetti westerns, which were commonly…
Rating-Full Price!! Quentin Tarantino is back with his kick ass new film, a spaghetti western called Django Unchained. Containing a great story, terrific performances, good dialogue, and brilliant pacing, Django is Tarantino's best film since Pulp Fiction, and that is really saying something. The story of Django Unchained is that a black slave turned bounty hunter named Django is going after a plantation owner that has his wife. The story is told in a great…
By now every Film Critics Association in the country has printed their list and the Golden Globes and Oscars are poised to tell us what were the best movies, actors, etc. 2012. Yet none of these filings breaks down who was the Biggest Star of the year. Who was Hollywood’s ‘It Girl’ of 2012?
Remember back when you’d never heard of Jessica Chastain, then suddenly last…
Okay, I'm finally giving you another review. Then again, it shouldn't be all that surprising because this summer has been really lackluster and to the good advice of my go-to critic, C. Robert Cargill, I have managed to steer clear of most of the average-to-God awful summer films. It's just disappointing to see so many stinkers this year, especially compared to the last two summers. Now, is The Other Guys more like Anchorman and…
Iron Man 2 left me a very pleasant taste. Maybe it doesn't have the same amount of action than the first one but it is compensated with better CGI, a better developed plot and a more interesting story. Billionaire Tony Stark must contend with deadly issues involving the government, his own friends, as well as new enemies due to…
Alright, this came up after I saw the Jonah Hex trailer on TV and thought, hey, I guess this means Megan Fox is his... sidekick? Well that's weird. Is she? I mean, she is like Marion is to Indiana Jones. But maybe that does mean that she is. So then I thought, what makes a sidekick? And then I re-watched a certain film that made the list here and decided to make this list, by the by, top sidekicks:
Alright, the opening summer flick known as "Iron Man 2". Now, I absolutely love the first movie and there's been a lot of hype for this one, so is it worth the wait? Read on to find out. The synopsis might be long but read it and you'll get a clear idea of the story, I promise it won't spoil anything.
It has been six months since Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) has revealed his secret identity to the world which is a first for…
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 67%
My rating: Full Price!!
David Dunn (Bruce Willis) is a Philadelphia security guard who miraculously survives a massive train derailment. He wakes up in hospital unharmed and the only remaining survivor. Whilst still dealing with the shock, David is contacted by Elijah (Samuel L. Jackson), a comic book art dealer with the opposite physicality, having bones that snap… Continue
Added by DavidBray on July 29, 2009 at 3:30pm —
Samuel L. Jackson, who had a cameo as Nick Fury in Iron Man, told the LA Times that negotiations to return to the role in future Marvel Studios films have broken down. Jackson had the following to say:
"There was a huge kind of negotiation that broke down. I don't know. Maybe I won't be Nick Fury. Maybe somebody else will be Nick Fury or maybe Nick Fury won't be in…Continue
IESB caught up with Samuel L. Jackson at the junket for 'Soul Men' and asked the star about his role as Nick Fury in Iron Man 2.
Jackson replied that as a matter of fact, IRON MAN director Jon Favreau spoke to him at the Scream Awards last night, (dammit, IESB was there but neither of them walked the red carpet!), and Favreau told Jackson that Nick Fury…Continue
Face the facts, ladies and gentlemen: The Happening was terrible. It stunk up the Box Office during its release in June and only continued M. Night Shyamalan's losing streak of movies. So, would it be any surprise to any of you that he has his eyes set on making a sequel to his underrated superhero epic Unbreakable?