And they didn’t even kill anyone!
Comic-Con used to be about the comics. Then it became about the movies. Now it’s just a glorified parade of 400-lb. walking robots. Buncha sell outs these days. Wired magazine…
We’re taking a look at the worst and most underrated comic book movies.
It kind of looks like a Method Man music video.
Hoobastank’s album must have just missed the cut off date.
Can’t put my finger on it.
‘Jaws’ meets ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’.
Loved him in the second ‘Matrix” movie.
He’s a sensitive ass-kicker.
No one thinks of the collateral damage when designing an awesome logo.
Here we go again…
‘Edge of Tomorrow’. Has a nice Bon Jovi ring to it.
Like way, way more hot.
You can’t guard shit without rock-hard abs.
We don’t have the science yet.
We’d buy you a cake but you’d probably murder bad guys with it.
Movies often have some sort of overriding theme, right. A message, if you will. Some beat you over the head with it, some are a little more subtle. But then…
New is exciting. New is interesting. Above all, new is just different. And therein lies the conundrum: new is good, but different canbe…unwelcome. At least, at first. But Hollywood proves…
Ever watch a movie featuring a character who was, shall we say, a bit on the feminine side? Not that there's anything wrong with that (trademark "Seinfeld"). You could swear…
Remember the story of the ugly duckling? The little, scruffy bird who was picked on and unloved, but turned out to be a beautiful swan? TV usually isn't like that….
Films featuring sports stories in which the underdog wins are massively appealing to men. Hollywood has designed underdog movies for teenage girls as well, in the form of ugly duckling…
In the days of "Red Dawn" viewers imagined what life would be like if terrorists invaded. Then came other flicks with better sound effects, mobile imagery, and perfect graphics. But…
This thing looks more like a ‘Harold & Kumar’ movie everyday.
They’ll adapt anything these days.
In a meta twist, the documentary is ineffective and frustrating, causing viewers to draw parallels to its subject matter.
And we ask everyday people if Adam Sandler is still funny.
Are these the eyes of a killer?
Besides "Batman", "Superman", and "Spiderman", there are just some superheroes that could have made a comeback, or been noticed more, if only they were introduced properly on the big screen….
What the world needs now is zombies.