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SECRET AGENT: Warner Bros. Backs Kim Jee-Woon's Period Drama

Warner Bros. has officially entered the movie making business in Korea becoming the second major U.S. studio to do so. According to the report at Variety Warner Bros. will finance and distribute its first ever Korean-language movie, Kim Jee-woon's Secret... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Blu-ray Review: THE FANTASTIC FILMS OF RAY HARRYHAUSEN

Visual special effects have evolved enormously over the years. In this day and age, it would seem that nothing is impossible in the movies. Animals, aliens, robots, machines and monsters could all be made to interact seamlessly with humans and... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

The Many Faces Of Simon Pegg

Last week brought a new installment in the Mission: Impossible series, and with it a supporting appearance by Simon Pegg. For some time, just after his international breakthrough, it seemed Simon was some kind of superman. Whether you were checking... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Review: VACATION Is A Trip Worth Taking

Vacation, a continuation of sorts from the series of National Lampoon associated flicks from the 80s and 90s, is far better than it has any right to be. The trailer, for one, looked appalling - a series of hackneyed jokes... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

Review: A LEGO BRICKUMENTARY, A Well-Built Kit

Piece by piece, A LEGO Brickumentary builds a cohesive look the history of the popular toy, and the current subcultures that have emerged around it. Technically the second "LEGO" movie in so many years, this documentary should not be mistaken for... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

Destroy All Monsters: Scrubbing The C-Word From My Vocabulary

This weekend's New York Magazine cover story was such a substantial piece of reportage and witnessing that, of course, the internet immediately conspired to take it down; once the DOS wonks are in play, I think we can consider the... More »
By Matt Brown   
  

Review: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: ROGUE NATION, Back To Basics And All The Better For It

Ethan Hunt and co. are back in a familiar yet thrilling new instalment to the Mission Impossible franchise, which sees IMF's top agent face his most formidable foe yet. Following right on cue from Mad Max: Fury Road, Rogue Nation... More »
By Pierce Conran   
  

Review: SOUTHPAW Fights Itself To A Draw

Movies about boxers enjoyed a revival in the 1970s, marked by the popularity of Rocky, a well-made tale about an underdog getting a shot at the title, and the artistry of Raging Bull, which depicted the savagery of the sport... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Review: PIXELS, Game Over From The Get-go

Summer blockbusters get the Happy Madison treatment in space invasion action-comedy Pixels, the most excruciating experience you shouldn't put yourself through this season. A thoroughly unconvincing action lead, Adam Sandler phones in yet another performance, but no one comes away... More »
By Pierce Conran   
  

Destroy All Monsters: The Marvel Cinematic Universe Scorecard

Each year offers its selective crop of new Marvel properties, and for the last couple I've been keeping a mental tally of how the MCU seems to be faring, creatively. We're still owed a third season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.... More »
By Matt Brown   
  

SPECTRE: New Trailer Pits 007 Against The Shadows Of His Past

Seems as if this Daniel Craig era of James Bond flicks has been about origins and shared histories and secret-secrets tucked nice and deep underneath even more secrets, which for a spy series makes some sense, especially when it seems... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Twitchvision: Fantasia Edition - Jason Gorber Talks ANT-MAN, TRAINWRECK, DEATHGASM, More

This week's segment comes from Montreal, Canada, thanks to the fantastic Fantasia Film Festival. We chat about Ant-Man, Amy Schummer's breakout film Trainwreck, the Ian McKellen show Mr. Holmes, and fun NZ rocker romp Deathgasm.Video embedded below... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

STAR WARS VIII: Benicio Del Toro In Talks To Villainize Rian Johnson's Entry

The Wrap is reporting that Benicio Del Toro is in early talks to play the villain in Rian Johnson's entry in the upcoming Star  Wars trilogy. You know how things like this go. According to the report there are  'multiple sources'... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

THE REVENANT: First Trailer For Iñárritu's Next Looks Stunning

Alejandro González Iñárritu follows up his Oscar winning Birdman with what looks to be his most ambitious film to date, the epic survival tale, The Revenant. Based partially on the novel by Michael Punke, the film follows Leonardo DiCaprio as... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

The Many Faces Of Michael Douglas

This week sees the premiere of Ant-Man, quite probably Marvel Comics's tiniest superhero. The inventor of Ant-man's technology is Dr. Hank Pym, who is played by the legendary Michael Douglas. And yes, I do not use the word "legendary" lightly.... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

STAR WARS Rumors: Is Lego Minifig Tasu Leech THE RAID's Yayan Ruhian?

Avoiding Star Wars spoilers is hard, especially if you, like me, have an unhealthy obsession with the ancillary merch that comes along with releases like this. As the proud owner of nearly every Star Wars Lego set (only a few... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

Hey, Toronto! Win Tickets To See Kurt Russell And Sylvester Stallone On The Big Screen In Buddy Comedy TANGO AND CASH!

What's that? A chance to catch Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone buddy comedy Tango And Cash on the big screen, projected from 35mm? Damn straight! The Twitch curated Rusellmania: The Legend Of Kurt Russell retrospective continues at the TIFF Bell... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: TRAINWRECK, A Decidedly Safe Ride To Coupledom

Comedienne Amy Schumer has drawn a lot of eyes (and sometimes ire) for her Comedy Central sketch show Inside Amy Schumer, which lampoons, subverts and raises the ground under many traditional American roles women find themselves pigeonholed in at work,... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Destroy All Monsters: Sadness Scares The Shit Out Of Me

I'm not one of the adults who wept openly during Pixar's Inside Out, though I enjoyed the movie quite a lot; it's a terribly (almost terrifyingly) clever take on visualizing the connection between moods, memories, and personality. I loved some... More »
By Matt Brown   
  

Fantasia 2015 Review: ANT-MAN, A Cog In The Mighty Marvel Machine

It's always a bit of a danger judging a film by why it's not, or by what it could have been, versus what it actually is. This factor is made even more manifest when a beloved, fan-fav filmmaker leaves... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  
 
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