|$||72.5M||Iron Man 3|
|$||50.0M||The Great Gatsby (2013)|
|$||5.0M||Pain & Gain|
|As of May 13, 2013|
P2 makes moviegoers wonder if there will be a P1 and possibly a P3 arriving in theatres in the next two years. Horror films with a touch of sadism and sensuality usually turn into trilogies!
Nice guys always finish last.
In this case it’s nice guy Will Smith and he has literally come last. In fact, he is the only one of us left, the last man standing; anywhere.
Blast my expectations of horrid footage, dreadful acting and a lackluster storyline. This horror/suspense movie is the surprise of 2008. Jessica Alba’s performances have been so inconsistent that I almost turned myself away to bask in the glory of Diane Lane in Untraceable…
In 1985, a little well-known movie called Day of the Dead was written and directed by a fellow named George A. Romero. In 2008, they remade that classic zombie film. The day they released it, a bit of old George’s soul died.
Let me start out this grand piece of writing by simply stating one word that can basically describe what you’re about to read…….UGH! After hearing such amazing things about its Spanish predecessor, [REC], I was hopeful that Hollywood wouldn’t completely destroy this remake.
Contrary to my suspicions, Saw V is a masterpiece. Finally, the producers have achieved continuity, and enough of it to ensure the entire storyline makes sense. Formerly marred by the refusal of Donnie Wahlberg to continue with Saw III, the franchise is now unofficially closed and with a dramatic ending that will shock everybody.
Murder, mayhem, madness. The Collector is a blend of Saw I-V, High Tension, Hostel, and 8mm. Yet somehow The Collector is not as good as any of these films individually. It fits nicely into the genre of brutality, bondage, and pseudo-snuff. There is enough here for any true lover of blood, guts and gore. Once the action begins the bloodletting never stops...
Destiny is a funny thing, no, really it is. I have been asked why I go to watch these teenage angst movies. Perhaps it is my fate…to review terrible movies for fun. The Final Destination is another attempt, albeit foolhardy, at exploring the concept of predetermination. I myself have a premonition…This review will continue after you click Read More…
Still thinking about going to watch Halloween 2? Here is what you need to bring along: A profanity dictionary, ear plugs, and a motion discomfort bag. Everybody knows that Rob Zombie is a twisted and perverse drug addict. For some reason a desperate film studio has allowed him to produce and in some cases direct movies that resemble an honest to god bloodbath. To be honest, I used to enjoy that. I love the old Phantasm, Halloween and Freddy movies. I find them hilarious and edgy despite their age. Rob Zombie’s iteration however, is a huge disgrace not only to the Halloween legacy, but to movie making in general.
Millions of Americans will watch Jennifer’s Body hoping to catch a glimpse of Megan Fox in the nude. Instead all these horny men and women alike (some just curious) will be treated to a horror film that belongs in the category of comedy, as the humour is so crude.
Strangers On a Train, released in 1951, is one of, if not the best Alfred Hitchcock film! It has everything you would expect from the master of mystery: The good guy, the bad guy, the good woman, the bad woman, a multitude of twists and turns, a great musical score and finally, Mr. Hitchcock's insertion of himself in a cameo role.
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