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Need for Speed, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Neighbors and The Fault in Our Stars.
Based on this cast, it’s really hard to tell who’s playing which character.
Zero #4. Published today by Image Comics. Written by Ales Kot and Morgan Jeske. And it comes with a free download for Government Plates, the new album by Sacremento hip hop band Death Grips. Just in case you were uhmming …
Oh to be a fly on the wall in that writer’s room…
Peter Pan is to pirates as yappy little terriers are to postmen, it would seem.
I haven’t heard of many of these. Time to get to work…
That’s probably a better ad for the movie than a deterrent to drink and drive.
Expect to see a few more British actors than might be usual.
Phoenix as Lex seems the closest to another Heath Ledger-as-Joker situation, moreso than all the other oddball choices that seem to be populating this sequel.
Rose Byrne continues to shine as a comedic actress, and that airbag gag just gets me every single time.
It may just be the most famous ship in the world aside from the Titanic, but it’s done a lot more than just hit an iceberg and sink its first time out.
Fifty-Five Thoughts About Fifty-Five Comics – Locke & Key Alpha, Daredevil, New Guardians, Harley Quinn, Adventure Time, Young Avengers, Hit, X-Men, Sex, Saga, Pretty Deadly, Revival, Mind The Gap, Midas Flesh, Cobra Files, East Of West, Black Science, Batman & Two-Face, Extinction Parade, Vibe, Rogues Rebellion, Wonder Woman, Samurai Jack, Itty Bitty Hellboy, Star Trek, BRPD, Bloodhound, My Little Pony, Conan, Supergirl, Pandora, Ultimate X-Men, Avengers Assemble, Indestructible Hulk, Secret Avengers, Captain America, Superior Spider-Man, Kiss Kids, Ghostbusters, Ben 10, Robotech/Voltron, Kiss Me Satan, A Voice In The Dark, Witchblade, Peanuts, Red Sonja, Bravest Warriors, Imagine Agents, Hawken Melee, Bounce, Transformers, TMNT, Popeye And Illegitimates
Not so fast, Locke & Key: Alpha #2, we’ve only just started our run through the day’s comic books. Just no one ask exactly what is being… wiped away, here. And yes, it’s the final issue of this wonderful series. …
I liked 50 First Dates a lot, but this looks really awful.
Maybe it is the vulgarity in these films that make them so funny.
Gad has never made me laugh and I fear he won’t be starting with Gilligan’s Island.
By Alasdair Stuart Alasdair Stuart: What’s the basic premise of System S.H.O.C.K.? Geoff Wessel: System S.H.O.C.K. is essentially a behind-the-scenes of the machinations of a techno-terrorist group like Cobra, HYDRA, SPECTRE. The group is called S.H.O.C.K., and you’ll see it …
What is this, a not-so-satirical take on what it’s like to have Asian parents?
I wonder if they started filming this before or after Ron Howard announced he was doing The Heart of the Sea.