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Venom: Let There Be Carnage
sh9000 posted a topic in Anime or Science Fictionhttps://www.comicbookmovie.com/venom/venom-2-it-looks-like-director-ruben-fleischer-wont-be-returning-to-helm-sonys-sequel-a166910
The Hunger Games
areaseven posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionSo, who in here watched the film adaptation of the Suzanne Collins novel The Hunger Games? I just saw it earlier tonight. Yes, it has some plot issues, the shaky camerawork is severely nauseating, and the costume design is too weird by dystopian standards, but it's almost as watchable as Battle Royale. Almost. The Hunger Games Official Site The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Official Site
Zombieland 2: Double Tap
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Solo: A Star Wars Story, in theaters May 25, 2018
Dobber posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionHey guys, we know that the first anthology movie is titled Rogue One, is about stealing the Death Star plans, and is due Dec. 2016 The next anthology movie will be about a young Han Solo. Due in theaters Dec. 2018. http://www.starwars.com/news/christopher-miller-and-phil-lord-to-helm-han-solo-anthology-film Chris
War of the Planet of the Apes
areaseven posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionWar for the Planet of the Apes is the third film in the current Planet of the Apes film series, following the critically acclaimed 2014 film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, Let Me In) returns to the director's chair on this project; he will also co-write the screenplay with Matt Bomback (Live Free or Die Hard, The Wolverine). Since it's the continuing saga of Caesar and his tribe, there's no doubt that Andy Serkis (Klaue in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain Haddock in The Adventures of Tintin) will reprise his motion capture performance. The film is scheduled to premiere on July 14, 2017. Exclusive: New Planet of the Apes Movie Title Revealed
Now You See Me
DuelGundam2099 posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionSo, anyone else planning to see this movie? I just got back from it and it was awesome, especially the titanic ending twist!
areaseven posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionBunraku Snoot Entertainment/XLRator Media/ARC Entertainment/IM Global, 2011 Written and Directed by Guy Moshe Running Time: 118 minutes Rated R for graphic violence and profanity. Cast Josh Hartnett (Salesman in Sin City) as the Drifter Woody Harrelson (Defendor, Tallahassee in Zombieland) as the Bartender Gackt (overrated, overexposed J-pop artist) as Yoshi Kevin McKidd (Tommy in Trainspotting, Mactavish in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2-3) as Killer #2 Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Nino in Drive) as Nicola the Woodcutter Demi Moore (Jules in St. Elmo's Fire, Molly in Ghost) as Alexandra Jordi Mollà as Valentine Shun Sugata (Takayama in Ichi the Killer, Nakao in The Last Samurai) as Yoshi's uncle Emily Kaiho as Momoko Mike Patton (Faith No More lead vocalist) as the Narrator Synopsis Several years into the future, following a devastating global war, mankind has outlawed the use of guns. However, the will to fight still exists using swords and fists. A nameless cowboy known as the "Drifter" and a lone samurai named Yoshi arrive in a lawless town with just one common objective: kill the ruthless and powerful crime lord Nikola the Woodcutter. Despite their initial differences, the duo befriends a local bartender and join forces to take down Nikola and his syndicate of killers. Lowdown Bunraku (文楽) is a term used to describe a centuries-old form of traditional Japanese puppet theater. Unfortunately, this movie makes puppet theater look and feel more exciting. Bunraku (the movie) is an ambitious attempt to fuse together Sin City with a Spaghetti Western and a Samurai Epic in a digital sound stage. Hell, there's even a fight scene that tries to be the old video game Elevator Action. Sure, the fight scenes are marvelously choreographed and many of the camera angles are well-placed, but the intentional paper look of the background props just adds to the half-@ssed approach to the storytelling. The talents of Woody Harrelson and Kevin McKidd are wasted by the bland dialogue and cheesy acting by both Josh Hartnett and Gackt. Demi Moore may still be hot in her late-40s, but really, she doesn't do anything to make this film more watchable. Worse is that this cliché-ridden snooze-fest is almost two hours long, struggling to wow viewers with its cheaply-made visual effects in place of a non-coherent plot (if there ever was one to begin with). In short, Bunraku is just a mediocre rental at most. It actually makes Sucker Punch look like an Oscar contender for Best Picture. Rating: D Links Official Site References The Internet Movie Database