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Original Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd Offers His Slightly Biased Review of the New Film

12 minutes agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Dan Aykroyd has a cameo in this summer’s Ghostbusters reboot, so it’s not like his opinion comes without a certain bias—obviously, he wants the movie to do well. But if the O.G. proton pack-slinger is to be believed, the new Ghostbusters is absolutely not to be missed. From Aykroyd’s WhoSay page: Read more...

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A new movie on Ramanujan is coming out; mathematician Peter Woit gives it a very positive review, while film critic Anthony Lane is not so impressed. Both these reactions make sense, I guess (or so I say without having actually seen the movie myself). Show More Summary

Warcraft Movie Reviews Lead To Warring Opinions

Legendary Picture’s latest foray into the fantastic has hit international audiences, and it’s a clear success story. Legendary, partnering with Universal Studios and Blizzard Entertainment, has finally released the long-rumored, long-awaited and long-desired Warcraft movie, and it’s performing well by all accounts. Show More Summary

Why Nightcrawler Looks So Different In X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse is finally out in theaters and, while it's getting mixed reviews from critics, it's taking down all competition in the box office. Despite how you may feel about the movie, you have to admit if there's one thing an X-Men movie usually does well, it's the makeup effects on the characters. Show More Summary

DVD Review: Criterion offers a loose trilogy from Wim Wenders, king of the road movie

A few years ago, Rian Johnson, who’s currently shooting the next Star Wars installment, joked on Twitter that “Looper will complete what I’m calling my ‘I made three movies’ trilogy.” It was a lightly sarcastic jab at the increasingly...Show More Summary

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ Review: Marvel’s New Mutant Saga Mixes Old With New, And Fans Should Eat It Up

For the seventh in the X-Men movie series, and fourth he has directed, guru of all things mutant Bryan Singer has thrown everything into the pot and hopes there’s something for everyone. X-Men: Apocalypse definitely is a mixed bag, and the director, with help from screenwriter Simon Kinberg, might have bitten off too much. Show More Summary

Of COURSE Robin Wright Is Happy Sean Penn's Movie Is Tanking

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Paul McCartney described Kanye West as an eccentric, crazy monster, but I don't think he meant it in a negative way? (Celebitchy) Is Rob Lowe returning to daytime TV? (Lainey) Sean Penn's Cannes movie is getting terrible reviews and...

“SHE-WOLF #1” (Comic Book Review)

3 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

If the recent influx of independent horror movies has proven anything, it’s that creativity and surrealism is finally surpassing jump-scares and over-the-top gore. With movies like BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW, IT FOLLOWS, and most recently THE WITCH, the trend has not only opened up the door for more experimental movies, but comics as well. Though […]

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ review roundup: Critics hate it, so it’s probably amazing

If Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice taught us anything, it's that there is a massive disconnect between film critics and fans when it comes to superhero movies and similar fantasy genres. In fact, critics might just be useless. The...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Adam Sandler and David Spade blow another chance to be funny in The Do-Over

Adam Sandler’s four-picture deal with Netflix hasn’t yet produced a good comedy, but it is has provided an increased level of self-indulgence for his already plentifully indulgent production company, crony employment office, and travel agent Happy Madison Productions. Show More Summary

Viral marketing for X-Men: Apocalypse may be better than the movie itself

While critical reviews of X-Men: Apocalypse may be more meh than marvelous (it’s currently at 49% on Rotten Tomatoes, so it’s technically Rotten), the advertising has been much more on point –– at […]

Movie Review: Money Monster

I guess we are finally in a place to process the financial collapse through art. In the past six months, we’ve had three movies looking at different aspects of it – 99 Homes, The Big Short, and this one, Money Monster. Two of those have been waaaaaaay more successful at it than the other. Show More Summary

The Mistake They Made On Divergent: Allegiant, According To The Studio Head

Allegiant, the third chapter in the ongoing Divergent series, was a terrible movie. On that, we should all be able to agree. It was poorly reviewed. It earned less than half of the U.S. take of the first movie. And it had many questioning whether or not the fourth and final movie in the series, Ascendant, should even happen. Show More Summary

Movie Review: If you can’t guess where The Ones Below is going, you’re probably one of its characters

“Hi, we’re your creepy new neighbors,” isn’t quite how Theresa (Laura Birn) and Jon (David Morrissey) introduce themselves in The Ones Below, but they might just as well have phrased it that way. From the moment this couple moves into...Show More Summary

Warcraft movie reviews are not great so far

I have my own personal plight about Duncan Jones, who made the lovely Moon, toiling away for years on a tent-pole blockbuster based on a video game, but it looks like Warcraft fans aren't going to get any benefit from it either. Warcraft isn't out in the US until June 10, but there are a smattering of reviews live, none of them all that positive. Show More Summary

Warcraft film reviews round up – here’s a list of early scores

Critics either aren’t impressed with the Warcraft movie or they find it a middle of the road affair. See the scores for yourself below. Warcraft film reviews round up – here’s a list of early scores Video game movies never seem to be a hit with critics. Or gamers for that matter. There’s always hope […]

Movie Review: Alice Through The Looking Glass should be a lot weirder than it is

Disney’s version of Tim Burton’s version of Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland made over a billion dollars worldwide back in 2010, a box office statistic that will forever vex those who mistook Burton spending a little too much time in his wheelhouse for some kind of crime against literature, cinema, and dance all at once. Show More Summary

Movie Review: An uplifting doc reveals the stranger-than-fiction story of a YouTuber

Sometimes a documentary is both so fascinating and confounding that it almost demands a second documentary to explain it. Ido Haar’s Presenting Princess Shaw tells a remarkable story and captures it as it unfolds in two different countries. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Unlocking The Cage doesn’t make the best case for its animal-rights cause

Some biologists have argued that there’s no legitimate taxonomic reason for human beings and chimpanzees to be in separate genera. (We’re Homo, they’re Pan.) Any other two animals so closely genetically related, they claim, would be considered different species within the same genus; it’s only our own ego that insists on the dividing line. Show More Summary

TOY REVIEW: ‘Indiana Jones – Temple of Doom’ Sixth Scale Figure From Sideshow Collectibles

6 days agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

There was a time when Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom was considered the least favorite of the Indy Jones movies. That was, until 2005 and the Kingdom of The Crystal Skull dethroned it and ushered a collective “ehhhh” from fans, What with a rope swinging Shia Lebough, CGI monkeys, an over the top […]

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