Are you ready for America's newest billion dollar obsession? With over ten million copies of the book sold and an opening weekend gross of over $150 million, it seems that The Hunger Games is the newest teenage-themed raid upon our wallets. We'll tell you what we though of his severely over-hyped PG-13 thriller, and why we think this film missed a significant amount of chances to take its themes to the next level.
Lets be honest: 2011 was a bit of a disappointment. With every single one of its top 10 grossing films of the year being either a superhero movie or a sequel, it seems that the creative juices of Hollywood have run dry. In this article, we tell you what to expect in movies for the 2012 year, and we tell you the most promising movies to keep your eye on for the remainder of 2012. (that is, before the world ends)
Do you like fast cars, guns, 26 year old mothers that look like Olivia Wilde, or arm wrestling matches to the death? If so, then this is your movie. The gang tells you our views on dystopian movies in general, and we tell you why a poorly written script and a B-list cast killed an interesting concept with an extreme amount of potential.
In this extolling and nostalgic article, we take a closer look at Martin Scorsese's 1990 masterpiece, Goodfellas. We dive into the depths of mafia masterpiece to look at the profound impact music has on this movie, and on film in general.
Who in their right mind would want to be stranded out in the Alaskan wilderness with packs of bloodthirsty wolves and the wolf killing, bare knuckle boxing Irishman that is Liam Neeson? In this article, we break down Neeson's latest action-filled thriller, and tell you why we consider it the greatest survival movie of all time.
Tired of hearing about George Clooney yet? Too Bad. The R-rated silver fox has become one of the most powerful men in the nation, both socially and politically. We'll tell you why this is Clooney's worst directing job of his career (besides Leatherheads, of course), and why "Gorgeous George" should never, ever run for a political office.
Some important person once said: "Where money goes, so will men follow." At this time, I can think of no person this quote fits more than Adam Sandler. With the early November release of Jack and Jill, it seems that Sandler has completed his downward spiral into film desperation. Would somebody please tell him that he actually lost money on the release of Jack and Jill? Thanks.
With Clint Eastwood directing and a blank check for a budget, how could this movie not be good? We'll tell you what we think of Eastwood's most recent creation, and why we think Good Old' Clint had some bones to pick with the former J. Edgar Hoover.