Watch as we say goodbye to Middle Earth – again – with some help from our friends at How It Should Have Ended!
The Honest Trailers stakes have been raised.
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ will be her final X-Men film.
Kristian Harloff (Schmoes Know), Alicia Malone (AMC Movie Talk), and Scott Mantz (Access Hollywood), debate with host Andy Signore (Creator of Honest Trailers) over the following Movie Fights for the week of 3/20/15.
This time, they’re going rogue to fight other rogues.
Get your pot brownies ready.
‘Divergent’ is more believable than this.
I know what I’m about to say is controversial, but I have to say it anyway. Gay-themed movies tend to suck, and no I don’t mean blowjobs. I’ve seen maybe…
Guns in high school. This one shouldn’t be a tough sell.
This film will be rated R “for intense scenes of things that have to happen in ‘Mad Max’ movies.”
Now THAT is how you insidious.
The whole thing is worth a read.
A&E let the wrong one in.
A preview to the conclusion of the saga.
He truly is a rappers’ delight.
Big words for such a tiny man! Oh. Wait. He’s enormous. Never mind.
Now the only evil character from season-to-season will be creator Ryan Murphy.
Has anyone ever actually “clamored” for a Kevin Smith film?
Don’t these kids come with a Not Haunted guarantee?
Erin Robinson (Host of Clevver Movies), Jason Inman (Host of DC All Access), and Roger Barr (I-Mockery) debate with host Andy Signore (Creator of Honest Trailers) — Star Wars Spinoffs: Good idea or Bad idea?
Oliver tells us what we already knew: The NCAA exploits unpaid athletes for its own gain.
And everyone’s just learning about this now, because no one’s that interested in ‘The Cobbler’.
It will be one of his rare roles where we see his whole face.
Who wouldn’t want to see a bunch of self-referential, cheesy horror films be even more self-referential and cheesy.
Last week, Albert Maysels, one of our great documentarians, passed away. I thought it only right then that I devote this week’s column to my favorite of his films, Grey…
Or a hundred years. Any big number, really.
By George Rob Reiner Martin
Oh, and a release date (window) for that standalone movie. Wasn’t able to fit that in the title.
That’s what Sylvester Stallone said…in 1986.