Author Archives: Brendon Connelly
That’s Jamie Chung, who has inherited the role of Miho from Devon Aoki. She’s holding… well, it ain’t a lightasber, and that’s the point. Shiny, though. And no doubt sharp as anything.
Criterion discs can cost a little bit, but when they go on sale like this, they’re hard to resist.
I won’t pretend I’m not rather happy about this. I’m more than curious about From Dusk Till Dawn, and I like to see more and more “original,” or at least debutant, content on Netflix.
The short’s premise hinges on the dimension bending door technology of the Monster world.
Written and directed by John Ridley, recent Oscar winner for 12 Years a Slave, sometime scribe of Wildstorm comics.
If it’s one half as good as Cheap Thrills it will be a very fine film indeed. Judging just from this trailer, though, I’m not so sure.
MacGruber is proving to be a bonafide cult hit in the way most modern comedy films can’t boast.
I still prefer Agents of SHIELD, but there’s not as much in it as the pilot episode suggested.
The previous trailer was more of a conceptual teaser. This time we meet the characters and get some idea of the plot.
It’s obvious that this won’t be a comedy, and it’s probably not going to be very family friendly, but other than that, this promo is all about questions and provocative juxtapositions, not answers and connected dots.
Laika’s track record with stop motion is beautiful. Not least because it exists. This studio is persisting in making stop motion movie after stop motion movie while the industry at large has eschewed this craft.
I guess Spider-Man is happy for everybody to know he’s in love. Foolish boy.
Compared to a Woody Allen title card it’s positively pornographic. Compared to anything else, it’s… anorexic.
That was directed by Christian and Patrick. They’ve yet to get into feature films but I think it’s inevitable.
O say can you see by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
I wonder how future proofed this casting is? If Gotham keeps running for, say, eight or nine years, are these kids going to stick around? And if they do, will they even stay suitable?
I think Paul King is very likely to make a movie that captures the heart-warmed, hand-worn feel of the original books and, particularly, the Filmation TV series.
Also, video about the game, promising that the mission here is to indulge in the power fantasy of being Batman. Of course that’s true, but it seems odd to hear the developlers just admit it. Christopher Nolan wouldn’t.