About an hour and forty minutes in to The Jungle Book, just around the time the film is reaching its fiery climax, I looked down the aisle and saw four or five kids on the edge of their seats, a few of them appeared to be losing their damn minds.
Disney just released a new trailer for THE JUNGLE BOOK, a live action version of the animated classic from 1967. When I first heard about this project I didn’t know what to expect, but there are elements that have me very excited it about it. it’s going to be
The third cautionary tale, albeit a pulpy, comic-book one, about the pitfalls and perils of artificial intelligence (A.I.) in as many months (e.g., Ex Machina, Chappie), Avengers: Age of Ultron, the not unexpected, over-marketed sequel to 2012’s The Avengers (Disney/Marvel had more than $1.5 billion reasons for making a follow-up
If family fun is on your weekend menu, Jon Favreau’s CHEF will serve it up in generous portions.
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Successfully advances both Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and Captain America’s individual story.
Scarlett Johansson is at her very best as an alien in human form in Jonathan Glazer’s unclassifiable masterpiece Under The Skin.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier teased their Super Bowl commercial earlier this week, and now it’s finally here! Watch the full trailer.
A little over a decade ago, a friend speculated that our (as in “global”) obsession with the always-on, never-off Internet would lead to physical devolution. He imagined humanity turning into grub-like creatures, with stunted appendages for arms and legs. He was half-right (about the obsession thing), but half-wrong (about the
Forgive me for cribbing that movie quote, a line you couldn’t escape – believe me, I tried – upon the release of Despicable Me in 2001. It aptly describes the film: not much in the way of story, little more than an excuse for androgynous yellow creatures to spew gibberish.