I went to check out Insurgent in 3D a couple of weeks ago. I had awesome company, which usually means that I don’t pay 100% attention to the movie. This much was mostly true for this one too, but I payed enough attention to the film to give you this review. Continue reading →
Not too long ago the first trailer for Spectre, the latest installment in the James Bond franchise, hit YouTube. Overall, the story of Daniel Craig’s Bond seems to go a lot deeper than any other Bond has before, with sprawling dimensions.
Five years after Ghost Protocol, the latest installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise will hit theaters in July 2015.
Rogue Nation seems to take the spy game to the next level with an entire state going against America? Britain? The bad guys are probably Russian. I don’t have a handle on the plot, guys! All I know is that Tom Cruise somehow manages to look epic hanging off the side of a plane as it’s taking off. Check out the trailer below:
The latest teaser poster and trailer (of sorts) for The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 was just released, and this video basically sums up the entire saga so far.
Using audio from each of the films, as well as animating the mockingjay pin in the form in took for each of the films (or books), this teaser is a perfect example of creatively reminding eager audiences about a story they love to watch (and read) and help to build the anticipation for the next installment in the series.
Less than a month after the prestigious evening, it appears as though The Academy has begun systematically uploading some of the acceptance speeches from the epic night. The 2015 Oscars was, for me, one of the best in terms of competition.
Most of the nominees thoroughly deserved their nominations, and in most cases, the winners were the best in their category, outright. I feel as if most people were satisfied with the outcomes overall. With that being said, here are some of my favourite acceptance speeches uploaded in the last week on the official Academy YouTube account:
Everything I know about fashion (and I know very little about the subject) I learned from Zoolander (2001). This highly-entertaining and completely ridiculous film is a cult classic and when I heard rumours of a sequel, naturally I geeked out harder than I should have. And today it was set in stone with an official announcement in the most epic of ways.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the third trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, which was released by Marvel a few hours ago. This trailer is the most detailed, as it delves into the origins of Ultron, his crazy killer robot philosophy, and also gives us a glimpse at the magnitude of his power. Enjoy the trailer below
Are you as keen as we are for the latest installment in this epic saga?