In honor of the March 11th Blu-ray and DVD release of Out of the Furnace we’re taking a look at some of the most distinctive styles of the chameleon actor. READ || Christian Bale’s Top 5 Roles BLUE-COLLAR BALE In Out of the Furnace, Bale plays Russell Baze, a down-on-his-luck steel
It’s the holiday season! Which means tons of shopping is definitely on everyone’s agenda, so what better gifts to buy than awesome box sets of their favorite movies and TV shows? I’ve conjured up a really cool list of great box sets to get the TV show and movie lover
Quick, pre-order the Batman: The Dark Knight Trilogy on Blu-Ray from Amazon right now! It’s only $30, which is an amazing deal considering the Blu-Ray of just The Dark Knight Rises is around $25. It’s so good, I bought two – one of for me and one to give as a gift this holiday
Before heading into this Oscar-focused analysis of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, I’d like to take some time to remember all lives directly affected by the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes killed and injured people who attended a midnight screening of the film on its opening night.
To offer commentary on The Dark Knight Rises is to go back to every part of the movie and discuss it. Therefore, I will say that this is not a review, but more a discussion of what works and what does not within the film, and contains MAJOR SPOILERS below.