I feel like I’ve been blogging about the rumor of a Point Break remake for years (I have) and I’d hoped it would never get made. Sadly, it has been and the first trailer is out.
Directed by a guy who did cinematography on a Fast & Furious film. It makes my heart hurt.
Ok, here goes, in 2014 I resolve to correct something – I’ve never seen a Woody Allen movie. Should I start with Annie Hall? I feel like that’s where I should start. Because I love Diane Keaton and she looks adorable in photos from the film. Anyone have strong feelings about Woody’s movies? Faves? Hates?
In honor of the holiday, I plan to watch FDR: American Badass and suggest that you all should too. (NOTEL Redband trailer so NSFW)
It’s on Netflix Instant! Who’s with me?
Comic-Con is in full swing so tons of new movies trailers and things are being released. I am a big Sam Raimi fan so I’ve been looking forward to some glimpse at his Wizard of Oz based movie and he brought a trailer to San Diego so here we go:
I LOVE how it starts in black and white with the smaller aspect ratio and then zooms outward into the colorized full widescreen for Oz. Looks so fun. Who else thinks this looks kind of rocking?
This is the funniest thing I’ve read in a while:
David Hasselhoff refused to work with Gary Busey on ‘Piranha 3DD’
May 30, 2012, 5:59 PM EST
The former “Baywatch” star, who plays himself in the fishy sequel, signed on for the movie only if producers could keep him and Gary Busey apart during filming.
He tells Chelsea Handler on her show “Chelsea Lately,” “I run from him. I made a pact in my contract I wouldn’t have to be in the same room as Gary Busey. He’s really an entertaining person, but he’s a little scary.”
And there was a young star whom Hasselhoff hated working with because he couldn’t pronounce “piranha” correctly.
The TV icon explains, “There’s a little ginger moron in this movie … this little redhead kid, and he kept saying ‘pir-anna,’ and it’s ‘piranha,’ and it was driving me nuts. The good thing at the end of the movie … the piranhas get the kid.”
We saw this trailer before “21 Jump Street” this weekend, which is hilarious by the way. Watch it. And then be honest.
Did you also just think “Wow, Escape From New York In Space?” Also, did you not laugh out loud when the guy said “He’s the best there is, but he’s a loose cannon” because it’s the epitome of cheesy movie lines? And did you not also think “I’d totally see this?” Yeah, me too.
have you ever wondered what would happen if Shakespeare wrote a Tarantino script? Well wonder no more. Some brilliant folks updated Pulp Fiction. And by “updated” I mean, “translated into Shakespearean talk.”
There’s a remake of Starship Troopers in the works. Not another sequel but a remake. For the love of cheese, really? Ok, no Doogie Himmler, no point. Am I right?