In honor of Reese Witherspoon’s upcoming turn as Tinkerbell, guests Andre Meadows (BlackNerdComedy), Germain Lussier (Slashfilm.com), and Spencer Gilbert (Writer of Honest Trailers) debate: Which other Disney characters deserve a spinoff?
Can’t go wrong with synths.
When I was fifteen, my English teacher assigned a biography book report. I chose an Audrey Hepburn biography because I’m a homosexual. The next day, another student had already chosen…
This could happen.
Screen Junkies takes on the UK as our own Hal Rudnick gets some one-on-one Kingsman: The Secret Service training! Brilliant!
It’s Hump Day. Watch some cars get blow’d up.
The only law that matters is GRAVITY.
Strap in for a mega-dose of Michael Bay-hem in 1998’s second movie about a giant rock hurtling towards Earth from outer space – Armageddon!!
Now who’s going to emotionally scar us?
It seems like there’s always a catch when two anonymous hotties show up at your house and have sex with you.
Guests Alicia Malone (Malone’s Movie Minute), Mark Ellis (Schmoes Know) and Miri Jedeikin (AMC Movie Talk) debate: Would Marvel fans be alright (alright, alright) with seeing Matthew McConaughey in a future project?
So help me God, if he lays a finger on Chris Pratt…
Man, I would put off so much homework in order to play this.
Despite all his rage, he is still just a rat in a cage.
This could be the best movie ever made about turtles fighting a brain from outer space.
I feel like they should have put commas in that title.
Polish your jean jacket! That’s right. Polish it.
Where the f*ck is Rufio?
Because, for some people, Adam Sandler doesn’t bring the laffs.
It’s just like The Matrix, but starring Mila Kunis as a bee-whispering alien goddess and Channing Tatum as 50% abs, 50% wolfman, and 100% hover-roller-blader. Step Aside, Scientology, you got nothing on the ludicrous plot of Jupiter Ascending.
It’s more promising than a Nacho Libre sequel.
It would be too sexy for 90% of America.
He’s going to play a 1960’s Vegas circus ringleader.
It’s called ‘Steve Jobs’, which should be easy to remember.
CinemaSins’ Jeremy Scott and Chris Atkinson and Screen Junkies’ Andy Signore and Dan Murrell square off with guest judge Kristian Harloff (Schmoes Know) to determine: What is the greatest Pixar movie EVER?
I saw The House of the Spirits on VHS when I was a preteen adolescent. I didn’t often say out loud that I wanted to be a writer. Though, I…
It will be news when this doesn’t happen for an ‘Avengers’ film.
Who keeps buying tickets to these films?
They claim it’s top secret, then they give away some secrets.