August is upon us, which means it’s time to find out which movies had the great misfortune of being dumped in a month where the prime moviegoing audience is preoccupied with vacations and going...
Tagged: Ryan Reynolds
I am so utterly indifferent to Catwoman’s cast that I would give it an award for Best Ensemble as long as I never had to endure Ryan Reynolds machine-gunning his dialogue at me in another Blade movie.
It’s a new month, and time for another batch of box office predictions. We’ve finally escaped the movie dumping grounds better known as January and February and entered that time of the year when there’s...
“Instead of being a stage for interpersonal conflict and contrasting approaches to problem-solving, the inhospitable setting becomes a kind of all-powerful God dictating the conditions and restrictions of both story and shooting.”
“Wade Wilson might be a rude, violent borderline sociopath with a potty-mouth who drops more F-bombs in the first 20 minutes of this movie than all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Fox-Marvel movies combined, but he isn’t (completely) lying when he calls this film ‘a love story’”
“It’s like someone saw Ted and decided what it was really missing was a ton of fart and shit jokes.”
“I’m guessing concession sales suffered a bit during the theatrical run of this movie.”
“Jesus, maybe it’s just the line reading the actress gives, but the only way this scene could be less subtle is if Wolverine suddenly broke into a song and dance routine.”
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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!
Tom struggles to find positive things to say about
Blade: Trinity, the third installment in the vampire hunter franchise starring Wesley Snipes, Jessica Biel, and Ryan Reynolds. He delves into the making of the film, its two alternate endings, and answers more questions from the public!
Now equipped with an alien ring, the Cinema Slob heads to Chicago’s sci-fi convention Cyphan, to get help from the only man who knows comics, the Last Angry Geek! It’s a fitting end to Superhero Month, and the first proper “crossover” from the Slob.
It’s time for Anarchy at the Movies, where your host Joshua the Anarchist looks at (relatively) new releases. In this installment, a great light has gone out in the universe: it’s the fans’ hopes for a good Green Lantern movie!
In brightest day, in blackest night, no crap movie shall escape Sofie’s sight! Let those responsible for this CGI blight beware her powerful blonde Danish might!