Welcome to June! We’re now in the thick of the summer movie season, with all the unwanted reboots and sequels a moviegoer could ever want. Once again, we at the Agony Booth are here...
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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.
“Bay simply ramps up the pace and explosion count from prior entries and layers on the Dinobots like so much icing on a shit cake.”
TV Cartoons Spawn 2014’s Top Two Worst Movies, Says RiffTrax
“The film itself is an odd mixture of witty humor, forced pop culture references, and tiresome gags. In short, it’s everything you’d expect from a movie written and directed by Seth MacFarlane.”
Transformers 4: Michael Bay Makes A Movie For Rich Jocks Who Love Bud Light
A new Transformers movie has come out, and Mr. Mendo very passionately has no idea what to make of it!
Morning Sideboob: Justin Watch: 2014
You Will Be Locked In Eternal Combat With Your Desire To Sleep During ‘Lone Survivor’
Grown-Up Marky ‘Mark’ Wahlberg and Baby Matt Damon Are Not To Be Trifled With
Can You Feel It Baby? The Unlikely And Awesome Journey Of Marky Mark Wahlberg
It’s amazing what Michael Bay can do when he actually likes his job. Make no mistake: Pain & Gain is unquestionably Michael Bay’s best work. By a lot.
The M. Night Before Christmas continues! There’s something in the air as the Cinema Slob takes a look at Shyamalan’s The Happening, starring Mark Wahlberg and Zooey Deschanel as a couple on the run from vengeful, suicide-inducing plants.
The Cinema Slob explores the film’s subtle social commentary, its heart-wrenching plea for acceptance of cross-species love, and of course, its genius twist ending.
The Special Relationship Part Four!
Sursum Ursa continues a series from long ago, where we compare British films against their U.S. remakes! In Part Four, Ursa looks at 1969’s The Italian Job with Michael Caine, versus the 2003 remake, er, “homage” starring Mark Wahlberg.
In this episode, Cecil watches Fear, starring Reese Witherspoon as Nicole, a young girl stalked by her psycho ex-boyfriend Mark Wahlberg. Despite the pedestrian plot, the movie is wall-to-wall wackiness, thanks mostly to Wahlberg giving a hilariously over-the-top performance. Watch as Marky Mark finger-bangs Reese Witherspoon on a roller coaster! Watch as he gives himself a NICOLE 4 EVA tattoo with a ballpoint pen! And in the end, nature will take its course… so let me in the fucking house!
“When I first heard that M. Night Shyamalan was making a horror film called The Happening, I couldn’t help but imagine taking some choice clips from the film and setting them to ‘The Happening’, the theme from that other The Happening.”