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It’s the first Disney-commissioned Star Wars story, and I dare say it will meet a lot of scrutiny for just that reason.
Star Lord segues from Indiana Jones to Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies.
Ain’t these crime thrillers so full of surprises?
The first scene in Sony’s new Spider-sequel is a flashback to the Richard and Mary Parker storyline, but once that’s done, the screen is filled with a big, bright red logo. And then… If Marc Webb really wants to have …
This comes from the top of the movie, in those four minutes of screening that we’re told Paul Giamatti will be getting.
Plus a second, bonus clip that’s not quite as engaging – at least not out of context.
Kermit has an evil doppelganger in the new Muppets film, the explosives-loving master criminal, Constantine. Here he is pitching a plan to his number two, Dominic Badguy.
If you’ve been avoiding the more recent trailers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, you might be even further inclined to skip a clip. If it’s of any use, though, I can tell you that this snippet comes from the top of the movie.
Here’s a kind of title sequence, of sorts, from the Veronica Mars movie.
Currently in cinemas across the US and UK is a new edit of Anchorman 2, replacing many of the jokes and inserting new material that was, previously, just cluttering up the cutting room floor.
There’s a part of me that doesn’t want to watch any clips from Muppets Most Wanted until I can sit down and see the whole film again. There’s another part of me that just clicked play already.
This Clip From The Japanese Remake Of Unforgiven, Yurusarezaru Mono, Demonstrates Why This Film Suits The Big Screen
The Old West doesn’t have a monopoly on breathtaking vistas that punch right to the heart of the thing.
Scares By Night Vision – New Devil’s Due Clip Showcases Some… Well, It Ain’t Normal Activity, I’ll Tell You That
From the makers of Mountain Devil Prank Fails Horribly which is also included here, in full.
Kite was to be directed by Snakes on a Plane director David R. Ellis who, sadly, passed away this time last year. Ralph Ziman took over in his stead, with Samuel L. Jackson and India Eisley staying on in the …
SyFy are feeling confident that if you give this one fifteen minutes, it will have you hooked.
The line between fiction and fact is a skipping rope and the makers of Sherlock are Buffalo Girls.
I think people find it very hard to believe this film exists.