300 is back. Sort of.
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If you, like me, can’t help but watch populist blockbuster movies even though you know they’re crass, shallow excuses for art, then the Indie-izer could solve all your problems.
The new Transformers movie is out this summer, and as it’s a reboot of sorts, we can hope that Michael Bay has delivered something closer to the original movie than the second or third movies.
The first full trailer for Transformers 4: Age Of Extinction suggests the truth is somewhere in between.
Ellen DeGeneres hosted the 2014 Oscars, and used the stage as a platform for promoting Samsung by waving a Galaxy Note 3 around liberally.
The idiotic public lapped up this act, retweeting the selfie she took with some of the actors sitting in the audience. Because most people are sheep who cannot recognise shilling of the worst kind.
Godzilla has been done numerous times before, with comics, cartoons, and films all dedicated to the legendary creature.
And now Hollywood is trying to bring Godzilla to mainstream audiences again, with a new movie based on the original films by Toho. Just with better special effects.
If, like me, you saw Gravity at the cinema you were probably mesmerized by the action the whole way through. And if, like me, you emerged wondering how on earth they made the film, this video is for you.
There is talk of making Space Jam 2, a sequel to the original Space Jam from 1996. This despite the fact no one is demanding a sequel, because the original Space Jam wasn’t exactly a classic.
To remind ourselves of how much of a non-classic Space Jam was, this is the official trailer for the film. Enjoy. Or not.
Marvel has actually made a movie based on the Guardians Of The Galaxy comic books.
This isn’t like The Avengers, with Gods like Thor teaming up with near-indestructable heroes like Iron Man and the Incredible Hulk. It’s something different altogether.
“Romance Week continues here at Cinema Sins, as we shift our focus from murderous robots to one of the worst films ever named after a common school supply: The Notebook.
News anchor Sam Rubin committed a faux pas when he confused Samuel L. Jackson with Laurence Fishburne. Oops.