There's no rest for the wicked in Suicide Squad, one of DC's cooler properties that gets it's edges rounded off in another misfire.
Unlike the upcoming Batman v. Superman, David Ayer's Suicide Squad actually looks like fun.
On this episode we review Terminator Genisys and we also talk with Toronto comic writer Conor McCreery of Kill Shakespeare: The Backstage Edition Volume 1 and more.
Terminator Genisys is a passable little piece of schlocky nostalgia, the most charming part of which is the big wink we get from Arnie who is clearly enjoying himself.
Actor and writer Joel Edgerton's Felony is a flawed, but engaging Aussie cop drama.
The first thirty minutes of Divergent, the first in yet another young adult novel series trying to cash in on the success of The Hunger Games and the lack of Harry Potter in the marketplace, are really incomprehensibly bad. Then, almost miraculously, the film gives the audience two more hours of film and actually finds a way to make it entertaining.
We talk to Theo James, leading man of the next big YA novel adaptation Divergent about his character’s internal struggles, what being in a franchise could mean for his career, his fears of being objectified, why people seem to be drawn to dystopian narratives, and why he approaches every job the same way regardless of size or potential success.
I, Frankenstein is far better than it really has any right to be on a surface level. It’s gleefully attuned to how silly its premise is and not aiming to do anything else than be supremely entertaining.
We catch up with I, Frankenstein leading man Aaron Eckhart to talk about his recent shift towards higher profile films after starting off in independent movies, constructing the look of a modern monster, the physical preparation for the role, and the surprising amount of deep emotional research he did that took just as heavy a toll.
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Felony Special Presentation Director: Matthew Saville A little known fact about actor Joel Edgerton is that he’s actually quite the accomplished screenwriter. His latest effort (following several shorts and the sadly under-seen in North America Aussie noir The Square) as a scribe and leading man comes in this admirably even keeled cop drama focusing on […]
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What the hell have they done to John McClane?!?
Bruce Willis. Talking about A Good Day to Die Hard.