SPOILER CAST: Rogue One was amazing and flawed, but still amazing. In short, it was Star Wars / The gang goes to House of Hardcore / The next installment of SagaCast: The Sagas of Christian Weston Chandler. This time, it's the Adam Stackhouse Saga / TommyNC2010 makes more eggs and sings an original song / Jose Canseco's movie is coming out / White Rabbit Project on Netflix gave… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 225: Rogue Chan
Director: Doug Liman Writers: Christopher McQuarrie, Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures Cast: Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, Brendan Gleeson Release Date (UK): May 30, 2014 Certificate: 12A Runtime: 113min “Edge of Tomorrow” might just be the greatest video game movie ever made. Only, it’s not actually based on a video game,… Continue reading Watson Reviews ‘Edge of Tomorrow’
It’s pretty weird how quiet everyone is being about Under the Dome, because in theory it should be awesome. It’s based on a Stephen King novel! Its creator is Brian K. Vaughan, of LOST fame! It stars the Breaking Bad dude who’s going to give it to Walter in the end, Dean Norris! (He is cool, come on. That punch...)… Continue reading ‘Under the Dome’ Flying Under the Radar
It's remarkable how certain films manage to still look so magnificent when provided with such shockingly miniscule funding. In Monsters, filmmaker Gareth Edwards is working with a budget of only $15,000, the same as camcorder-filmed haunted house horror Paranormal Activity, an amount that would make Hollywood soil its gold-plated underwear in awe of how Edwards… Continue reading I Love Movies, but I Hate Yours: Monsters
Recently I purchased Mass Effect 2. One of the most anticipated sequels to come out this year. I was really excited about this release and I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. The first game featured great story telling with multiple morality choices and endings, and a variety of diverse characters. The game… Continue reading Mass Effect 2 – Now what do I do with my life?!
It's no secret that the quality of film as a whole has taken a couple dozen blows to the skull. But who wields the bat/board-with-a-nail-in-it? Is it the Directors who have given up on their creative conscience? Is it the Producers who are so mired in Teen Romances and Straight-To-DVDs that they lose all vision… Continue reading Why You’re Wrong About District 9