After what seemed like a never-ending series of bombs and misfires culminating with Mortdecai earlier this year, Johnny Depp’s career as an A-list leading man seemed all but over (next year’s Pirates of the Caribbean notwithstanding), but Depp finally found a role to fit his peculiar talents and makeup
ANT-MAN: An over-familiar plot, often shamelessly borrowed from the Iron Man series, gets in the way of non-superficial enjoyment.
Is BLACK MASS a return to form for Johnny Depp?
THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU: Middling, Mediocre, Pedestrian.
Be warned: Spoilers are rife in this article! Turn back while you can. The Strain has had me hesitantly excited for a while now. I LOVE most of Guillermo del Toro‘s work, but was nervous to hear that his book, which The Strain is based on, would be brought to television.
Warning: Minor Spoilers Ahead! David Fincher’s House of Cards is the anti-West Wing, dripping with cynicism and absent hope. All is irredeemable and bankrupt. No heroes, no plucky underdogs. If Frank Capra saw House of Cards he would slit his wrist along the track of the vein. If Aaron Sorkin
The Bourne Legacy continued without Matt Damon, Ted and Ice Age: Continental Drift are the big releases this week in my opinion. A fun difference in genres too with Animation, Comedy and Action/Drama. All three films had good releases and plenty of people enjoyed them! Also, the first season of
USA Today released the first official image of Jereamy Renner in the upcoming film, THE BOURNE LEGACY. Renner portrays Aaron Cross in this new film from Universal Pictures. The Film also stars Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton, Joan Allen, Oscar Isaac, Albert Finney, and Corey Stoll. THE BOURNE LEGACY hits theaters