Tagged: Lynn Collins

VIDEO: X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

After a three month absence, the Cinema Slob returns with an all-new installment of Superhero Month! And what better way to kick off a month of superhero movies than by taking a look at an origin story? Find out how everyone’s favorite adamantium-clawed mutant got his start in X-Men Origins: Wolverine!

VIDEO: John Carter (2012)

We dig into Joshua’s Movie Madhouse archives (back when it was known as Anarchy at the Movies) for Disney’s underwhelming adaptation of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novel that inspired countless sci-fi adventure films, John Carter, starring Taylor Kitsch and Lynn Collins.

The Number 23 (2007) (part 4 of 4)

“Even if you accept that the 23 thing is completely real (in this movie’s universe, at least)… well, so what? And what then? The movie never comes up with a compelling answer. It tries to suggest something about the number 23 driving people insane, but it never makes any sense, because Schumacher is too damn busy being flashy to connect all the dots.”

The Number 23 (2007) (part 3 of 4)

“Even if you accept that the 23 thing is completely real (in this movie’s universe, at least)… well, so what? And what then? The movie never comes up with a compelling answer. It tries to suggest something about the number 23 driving people insane, but it never makes any sense, because Schumacher is too damn busy being flashy to connect all the dots.”

The Number 23 (2007) (part 2 of 4)

“Even if you accept that the 23 thing is completely real (in this movie’s universe, at least)… well, so what? And what then? The movie never comes up with a compelling answer. It tries to suggest something about the number 23 driving people insane, but it never makes any sense, because Schumacher is too damn busy being flashy to connect all the dots.”

The Number 23 (2007) (part 1 of 4)

“Even if you accept that the 23 thing is completely real (in this movie’s universe, at least)… well, so what? And what then? The movie never comes up with a compelling answer. It tries to suggest something about the number 23 driving people insane, but it never makes any sense, because Schumacher is too damn busy being flashy to connect all the dots.”