Official ‘Selma’ Trailer Stands Up for Civil Rights [131 Screenshots]

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We’ve not heard too much about director Ava DuVernay’s upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. biopic starring David Oyelowo, but it couldn’t be any more timely. Seeing how it makes its theatrical release this Christmas, this first trailer is a very strong debut for Selma. Not only does it capture the emotional weight of the civil rights movement of the ’60s, it brings a certain level of perspective seeing how these events only took place 50 years ago. Watch the trailer and check out the screenshots after the break. Continue reading

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Movie Review: ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ Delivers Bland MacFarlane Comedy

Movie Review A Million Ways to Die in the West

In a post Ted and 2013 Oscars world, there is not much left for Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane to mock and satire. Mining for laughs in his latest movie A Million Ways to Die in the West, which he wrote, directed, and starred in, the funny man unfortunately fails to deliver on that charm we all love. After seeing a teddy bear use produce as a strap-on dildo, A Million Ways to Die in the West is the Mr. Rogers of Seth MacFarlane comedy.  Continue reading

‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ Trailer Brings Back Seth MacFarlane (103 Screenshots)

'A Million Ways to Die in the West' Trailer Seth MacFarlane

The first trailer for the much anticipated follow-up to Seth MacFarlane’s Ted has arrived. A Million Ways to Die in the West takes MacFarlane’s sensibility to the old west to drink whiskey, take drugs with Native Americans, and get in a gun fight with Liam Neeson. Watch the full trailer after the break.  Continue reading

‘Gangster Squad’ Movie Review; Disappointing and Riddled With Bullet Holes

Gangster Squad Movie Review

Flashy and full of camp, Gangster Squad borrows elements from The Untouchables and L.A. Confidential to poorly recreate what we’ve already seen before. Based on the book, Tales from the Gangster Squad, written by Paul Lieberman, director Ruben Fleischer has given audiences a generic, mediocre fun look into the mob genre by presenting a big picture told simply and leaving many questions unanswered. Continue reading