First ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ Trailer is Groundhog Day Meets Starship Troopers (95 Screenshots)

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Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are stuck in a science fiction time loop in Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow. The U.S. adaptation of the highly celebrated Japanese graphic novel “All You Need is Kill,” by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, is set to light up cinemas next summer. Watch the first trailer after the jump.  Continue reading

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Mila Kunis is a Space Princess in the ‘Jupiter Ascending’ Teaser Trailer

Jupiter Ascending Teaser Trailer

After the Wachowski’s very divisive Cloud Atlas, the siblings return to their science fiction/fantasy roots with Jupiter Ascending. More famously known for The Matrix trilogy, the Wachowskis will bring audiences into an intergalactic fight for power with Mila Kunis smack dab in the middle. Watch the trailer after the break.  Continue reading

Chris Miller and Phil Lord Piece Together First ‘The LEGO Movie’ Teaser Trailer (35 Screenshots)

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Moving away from the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs franchise, writer-directors Chris Miller and Phill Lord (21 Jump Street) have moved on to build something more ambitious. Part live-action, part animation, The LEGO Movie comes to audiences completely original. Founded in 1932, everyone’s favorite childhood building blocks will be coming to theaters February 7, 2014. Watch the first teaser trailer after the break. Continue reading

‘The Great Gatsby’ Movie Review: Style Over Substance Only Goes So Far

The Great Gatsby 2013 Movie Review

Overcoming a delayed release, no matter the reason, is never an easy task for a film to overcome. Any way you look at it, many films that end up being pushed back to a later date never fair too well, but Baz Luhrmann does an OK job at disproving this trend. The Great Gatsby is not a perfect adaptation by far, but there are plenty of elements in this film that avoid making it a complete disaster. Continue reading

Final Trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s ‘The Great Gatsby’ Delivers all of the Goods (88 Screenshots)

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Opening in theaters everywhere this weekend is yet another glitz and glam film by Baz Lurhmann, The Great Gatsby. Luhrmann is no stranger to adapting famous works of literature – he has worked with Leonardo DiCaprio before in Romeo + Juliet. All of the marketing efforts leading up to the big release is that the film will be a contemporary take on the classic novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald while still taking place in the 1920s. Watch the full trailer after the break if you’d like to get a big taste of what’s in store.  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