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Based on Frank Miller neo-noir comic series Sin City and following the first film from 2005, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For weaves more of Miller’s stories centering around Nancy Callahan (Jessica Alba), Dwight McCarthy (Josh Brolin), Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Marv (Mickey Rourke) as they go up against the corrupt Senator Roark (Powers Boothe), who rules Basin City.
Mia Hall (Chloe Grace Moretz) is stuck a crossroads: should she pursue her musical dreams at Juilliard or follow a different path that leads to her rebellious boyfriend Adam (Jamie Blackley). Things change immediately, though, when she and her family are involved in a car wreck, killing her parents – Kat (Mireille Enos) and Denny (Joshua Leonard) – and her brother Teddy (Jakob Davies).
After finishing The last emperor I was left wondering how come the history channel never came out with this? Guess Director Bernardo Bertolucci was quicker to the punch. The last emperor grabs you along for a long journey through the life of the last emperor of china Pu Yi.
I actually really enjoy this movie. Despite the fact that the script is pretty terrible and has tons of holes--way more than the first--the villains motives are way clearer and logical, and this followup has some nice overlaying themes.
At first glance Mavis Gary (Charlize Theron) is a successful independent woman in her mid 30s blessed with impeccable good looks, a smoking body and a brain to match. But all is not what it seems. When she receives an email from her high school sweetheart (Patrick Wilson) she decides to return to her hometown and pay him a visit. It doesn't exactly end well for all parties.
Calvary is a heartless picture. That is a lie, Calvary has a heart but it has been suffocated to a decrepit black. This film (Photographed by the great Larry Smith) is shot with angelic back light and scored to a heavenly soundtrack, but this is folly, it's soul is as jet-black as the resident's of it's small Irish town.
The 1988 comedy film The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! was actually based on a short-lived 1982 TV show called Police Squad!. You can easily tell as the show's theme music and its star, Leslie Nielsen as Frank Drebin, made their way into the Naked Gun movies, which were much more successful.
Though it concludes quite predictably and fails to (inspiringly) controvert the point it initially made—females and males, for some reason, just can’t exist solely as friends (interesting themes that could’ve been further explored in that realm)—What If is still incredibly endearing.
Greetings again from the darkness. Starting out with a typical marriage counseling session, director Charlie McDowell and writer Justin Lader lull us into a movie-going comfort zone based on our experience with such Hollywood fluff as Hope Springs and Couples Retreat.
Contrary to what some may believe fims that involve war actually have many different perspectives that are just calling to be explored by filmakers. Platoon, Born on the Fourth of July, The Deer Hunter, Defiance, Black Hawk Down and more all differentiate in what happens to solider before, during and after a particular war.
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Our latest poll wanted to check the impact of the latest Planet of the Apes movie, by asking you what was your favourite movie in the franchise.
You gave us your answers, and the results were quite surprising...
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Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max returns to our screens in 2015 with Mad max: Fury Road. Tom Hardy takes over the lead role of Max from Mel Gibson, and Charlize Theron stars as the Imperator Furiosa in what has been described as one giant car chase.
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Michael Keaton returns to our screens as an ageing actor, once famous for playing the role of an iconic superhero, mounts his comeback in a Broadway play featuring the return of Birdman!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Fourteen years after the release of the original movie, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles gets its very own reboot for 2014. Now stop reading and enjoy this awesome trailer.
The Expendables 3
Barney and his team of Expendables are back in the latest adventure. Jam packed with action stars of past and present, the team need to confront a ghost from Barney's past, who Barney had thoguht he had killed years ago.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The conclusion of The Hobbit Trilogy is finally upon us. Bilbo and company have reclaimed the Lonely Mountain, but in the process unleashed the Dragon Smaug. Also the treasure is bringing its own problems.
A lost Ninja Clan must battle their way up an underground nuclear bunker filled with hordes of mutants, zombies and supernatural enemies if they want to survive, in a ninja's vs zombies remake of The Warriors.