The Netflix Original Death Note film is now forever real and forever bad. Surprised? Of course not. Going through multiple directors, including Shane Black and Gus Van Sant, and a plethora of script changes, the project seemed doomed from the very start. Let me take
There’s a new movie capitalizing on a national tragedy for monetary gain that comes out today. Who wants to see It when you could sit though 9/11. That’s also the name of the film. It’s just called 9/11. What the hell is this poster? Here’s a trailer. Yikes.
Cynical nerds everywhere were baffled last week when Spider-Man: Homecoming turned out to actually be pretty good. “Ever since the teaser trailer dropped I’ve been waiting to hate-watch this thing,” grumbled Danny Goodman. “If I’d known it would actually be a coming-of-age tale filled with
Producers at Lionmount Studio announced today they would be rebooting the centuries-old English classic, Hamlet, including a full-blown rewrite. “We’re always saying as justification for these reboots and such that, you know, Hamlet’s been re-performed and re-interpreted hundreds of times,” explained Harvey Killjoy, a studio
Surprise, this movie is bad. It’s very, very bad. I don’t even know where to begin but I have no idea how a movie with a thirty million dollar budget, none of which shows in its lifeless, dull sets and monotonous and by-the-numbers cinematography, managed
I’m a pretty big fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The trailer for the reboot was enough for me to just say, “yeah no thanks” and move right along. The sequel, Out of the Shadows, which hit theaters on June 3rd and with its introduction of
Recently, people have been putting together their “Best Of” and “Worst Of” lists. Their Oscar picks of who should have won and who did. Reviews of movies that actually came out this month. I considered doing one of these, but you know, I didn’t. Instead,