So I saw Lockout today, which was highly enjoyable if you enjoy Luc Besson projects about Guy Pearce breaking out of space prison. Here’s the trailer:
This was the first trailer which made me want to see the movie, due to all the sarcasm and face punching!
Like Lion Voltron, the Bureau Chiefs have banded together to produce a super sized helping of trailer reviews for upcoming movies. Click on over for my profound thoughts on the soon to be classic movies Your Highness and Fast Five.
And hey! Our book comes out soon! Have you bought it yet? I finally [...]
Eugene and I review the classic sports movie The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream at the Bureau Chiefs.
I inexplicably felt compelled to share the trailer from Born To Fight, a movie about a group of Thai athletes who foil an evil terrorist plot to take over a rural village by using their sports skills. There is lots of face kicking!
Robert Downey Jr as Iron Man is still hot.
That is all.
This Thanksgiving I am thankful for the existence of the movie The Expendables. How awesome is this?! That is something to look forward to in 2010.
On Thanksgiving I am thankful for Transporter 3, which featured:
Shirtless Jason Statham punching people. Shirtless Jason Statham waking up with a bomb on his wrist Shirt-fu, an ancient martial art which requires one to fight while ripping off one’s shirt in order to use it to subdue one’s opponents.
This movie was better than I expected, even though it didn’t reach the heights of comic book movie awesomeness that was Iron Man. There were plenty of jokey cameos and CGI Hulk looked very shiny. I was hoping for some slightly more innovative action sequences since Louis Leterrier worked on both Transporter movies. Still it [...]
Iron Man was really the perfect beginning to the summer movie season. I saw it Saturday and Sunday. It has been a long long time since a movie truly showcased Robert Downey Jr’s hotness. And he’s quite hot in Iron Man. It feels like something that was horribly wrong with the world has been restored. [...]
So I saw Control, and I have to admit during the last 15 minutes of the movie I was counting down until the appearance of the noose.