January is upon us, which as we all know is the time of year reserved for that curious mix of Oscar bait finally going wide, obvious duds that got pushed back from summertime/holiday releases, and the rare diamond in the rough taking advantage of a total lack of competition. In other words, expect Rogue One to dominate the box office for the foreseeable future.
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Join us as we predict which of these November movies will be HITs and which will BOMB based solely on watching the trailers!
The Suspect looks at the Spidey flick hated by many and defended by few: The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Is it really as bad as people make it out to be? Well no, but it has problems by the fuck-ton.
In honor of the third anniversary of the Graphic Novel Picture Show, Sybil flagellates herself for the amusement of her fans by reviewing both installments of the short-lived Amazing Spider-Man movie series.
The Unusual Suspect reviews Andrew Garfield’s debut as our favorite web-slinging superhero. This is The Amazing Spider-Man!
“After watching The Social Network, I’m more inspired to unplug my computer than I am to create the next online sensation, especially if it means meeting one of these characters.”
“I wish I could say this film had potential. But potential would imply that someone gave a shit.”
Spider-Man 2 is Not Amazing But Paul Giamatti Is
Renegado has seen the sequel to the reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, despite not having watched the first one. Did avoiding the tired origin story make watching this movie more enjoyable? Watch the review and find out!
Morning Sideboob: Michael Jackson’s Real-Life ‘Billie Jean’
The Minority Report is back! This time it’s an Editor’s Special as Tom’s editor Ben steps in front of the camera to explain why he loves The Amazing Spider-Man, the 2012 reboot with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. Just like Tom, he answers your questions about the movie, and at the end, he brings you the Top 5 best things about The Amazing Spider-Man!
The kickoff for a trilogy, it stars Andrew Garfield as a journalist who decides to examine a possible connection between the disappearances of three young girls. What he finds is far more sinister than he ever expected. It’s a criminally underrated story of corruption, murder, and steamy sex in 1970s West Yorkshire that’s quite a gripping tale, assuming you can understand what’s being said.