A lot can be said about the 2004 Punisher adaptation starting Thomas Jane and John Travolta with an awful haircut. The movie is a guilt pleasure for its revenge story that allows the good guy to basically be the not-so-good guy after his entire family was killed by Saint’s goons. The film is better than the laughable first attempt, and
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So lets get this out of the way, the name is stupid. If you thought naming the fourth movie in your franchise Fast & Furious was kind of dumb, this takes the cake, by the time we finish with one or two more sequels there won’t be anything resembling the franchises’ original title left. With that said, check out the
Quint over at AICN via this interview at Hero Complex Blog reports that director Christopher Nolan has let it be known that the third Batman film in his series will be titled THE DARK KNIGHT RISES keeping up with the lack of “Batman” in the title. Quint also states that the lack of The Riddler in the third film may
Above is the first look at musical group Daft Punk as seen in front of the awesome backdrop of Tron Legacy, opening this December. As Disney was keen to point out today there are only 10 weeks left until the launch of the sequel and the marketing is starting to ramp up. In addition to the elecTRONica nightclub at Disney’s
Merrick at AICN is reporting that this piece over at tfw2005.com claims that through the process of domain registration, upcoming novelizations and such that the title of the currently shooting Transformers film could very well be: Transformers: The Dark of the Moon Kind of catchy, ominous, and cool. Only time will tell until Paramount/Dreamworks announce the full, official title, but
For the last seven years fans have been wondering how we’d recover from the disappointment that was Star Trek: Nemesis, the film that broke the even/odd scheme we’d come to rely on. For everything that J.J. Abrams has done right in Hollywood, had he done enough to take over one of the oldest and most beloved franchises in the industry?
With both Paul Walker and Vin Diesel’s careers in somewhat of a freefall after ill-advised projects like Running Scared (which wasn’t half bad) and Babylon A.D. respectively, they both needed a return to the franchise that made them famous. In swoops Universal with a fourth entry in The Fast & The Furious series, stripping out the new cast employed in
As the first ever direct sequel in the 22 film James Bond franchise, and the second film in the reboot series that started with Daniel Craig’s debut as 007 in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace both impresses and disappoints. The impressive parts far outweigh the disappointments, however both sides of the coin need to be examined to fully see the
At the beginning of summer if someone were to ask me what would be the most disappointing film of the summer (thus far) I could have pretty much guaranteed the world “Man” or “Hulk” would have been in my answer, but not the single letter “X”, yet here we are, nearly done with the summer movie season and the shining
More so than its predecessor, Hellboy II: The Golden Army is an arresting visual experience with a loose story centered on the titular character and the army of paranormal investigators at the BRPD. The influence of Guillermo del Toro on the franchise, lifted from the pages of Dark Horse comics, has brought it to a more mainstream audience and amplified