Some speculation Now, I think that we could come to a general consensus among the millions and millions of readers of themovieblog.com that this has been a pretty good year for movies. This comes as a pleasant chance from the previous few years, which have offered up some pretty mediocre … [Read More]
Matrix Reloaded wins best picture at Teen Choice Award Under the category of “Means Absolutely Nothing Awards”, The Matrix Reloaded won the Teen Choice Award for best picture. You know, for all the negative stuff floating around about the flick, I actually thought this installment of the Matrix was even … [Read More]
Thought for the day I don’t think I’m alone in my hope to see at least a 40% increase in the amount of flamethrowers and acid-shooting guns used in major motion pictures in the next three years.
It’s official: Arnold Schwarzenegger running for Governor of California To some it comes as a surprise, to others it was obvious. Arnold has announced that he’s running to be the next Governor of California. Unlike other celebs turned politicians, many forget that Arnold has been politically active for years on … [Read More]
Return Of The King sets advanced ticket sales record I guess this story doesn’t really surprise me. I can only imagine how many people in Toronto would snap up ROTK tickets if they were suddenly available tomorrow even if the film is still 5 months away. Japanese distributor Nippon Herald … [Read More]
American Wedding reviews scattered all over the place No film ever has total agreement on it’s quality. Even Gigli had some people who liked it, and even Seabiscuit had those who hated it. However, you can usually find a general consensus amongst the critics. American Wedding subscribes to no such … [Read More]
Did You Like ‘The Ring’? Then Keep an Eye Out For This One The director of the original ‘Ring‘ (which I liked better than the American movie based on it – notice I say ‘based’ not “remade”) is apparently directing the next American remake of his movies instead of someone … [Read More]
S.W.A.T. getting positive early reviews Staying up late the other night yielded an unexpected surprise. Ebert and Roeper were on and they were discussing the upcoming Samuel Jackson/Colin Ferrell flick S.W.A.T. I was expecting them to trash it, but to my surprise they both gave it a semi-enthusiastic thumbs up. … [Read More]
The Lost City Wow. Take a look at the cast for this film. The story looks very interesting, as well. I’m looking forward to it already.
Tuesday’s Top Ten Top Ten Movies Every Geek Should See Okay, I’ve ignored the obvious, like Star Wars, Star Trek and Aliens. Truth be told, this list should be alot longer than 10 movies, but this is a Tuesday Top Ten, so that’s all I’m allowed to put down. If … [Read More]
J-Lo bombs at the box office again I’ve been saying it for 2 years now. Jennifer Lopez is the most highly overrated movie star in Hollywood today. She may be Jenny from the block, but she ain’t Jenny of the blockbuster. Her new film Gigli opened this weekend with a … [Read More]
Beautiful, Inspiring and Touching. Seabiscuit lives up to the hype Despite the fact that the first 20 minutes of the film feel a little drawn out, Seabiscuit grabs your attention and doesn’t let it go for the next 2 hours. It’s not an action film (although the race sequences are … [Read More]