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The Oscars are almost here again, which is why I’m looking at Quentin Tarantino’s latest opus, which is nominated for a few Academy Awards this year and has already gotten Golden Globes for his screenplay and Brad Pitt’s performance. For…
September is typically when the prime moviegoing audience is too busy heading back to school to head to the theater, and the studios schedule their major releases accordingly. This year, it’s all about a killer klown… and not much else.…
The July box office starts early this year thanks to Independence Day falling on a Thursday, and this month sees one of the first (but certainly not the last) months where most major releases are produced or co-produced by Disney.…
Join us as we predict which of these November movies will be HITs and which will BOMB based solely on watching the trailers!
Join us for the first in a (hopefully) regular feature on the Agony Booth where we make snap judgments about the box office chances of upcoming movies based solely on watching the trailers, including Gone Girl on a Train, The Birth of a Nation, Jack Reacher 2, and more.
“We expect Benjamin to have interesting things happen to him, but no, he’s just a boring man with an odd condition.”
“It’s hard to fault a film for not being what you want it to be, but one can’t help but wonder what would happen if Tarantino treated his material with a little more maturity or respect.”
Shia LaBeouf turns Christian… but not THAT kind of Christian
Brad Pitt Should Not Make Movie About Steubenville Rape, Because
“I lost count of the number of shots of Pitt staring off into the distance in horror, or looking back over his shoulder in slow-mo while running from the zombie hordes.”
'The Counselor' Is A Hot Faux-Noir Mess
Dear New York City, We Are Sorry, But Your Freedom Tower Looks Like The Thing From Se7en
Joey reviews DreamWorks' Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, featuring the voices of Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Wait... a trendy, forgettable DreamWorks movie? Those sure don't come along every day!
Film Renegado reviews The Mexican, which is not his life story, but rather the 2001 romantic comedy-slash-mob caper flick starring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts, though rarely at the same time.
Full of Questions proves she's no sloth by providing snobby analysis of one of her favorite mystery movies ever: David Fincher's Se7en starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman as two cops on the trail of a serial killer (Kevin Spacey), who murders people according to a fun, seven deadly sins-related theme!