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The ongoing trend of big budget comic book movies has had its ups and downs, and one major down for many fans has been the 2011 reboot of the '30s-era pulp crimefighter the Green Hornet, starring comedic actor Seth Rogen as a much goofier Green Hornet than we've ever seen before.
'The Other Woman:' Please Take With Plenty of Fluid
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'The Counselor' Is A Hot Faux-Noir Mess
“There’s not much to Richard Matheson’s original short story, but a movie version certainly could have expanded upon the premise and become a smart, taut conspiracy thriller... in the hands of the right screenwriter and director. Instead, the story was adapted by writer-director Richard Kelly.”
The Animated Heroine looks at Shrek and Monsters, Inc., two of the first films to be nominated for Best Animated Film at the 2002 Academy Awards. Spoiler alert: Shrek won the Oscar!
It's the debut of the Graphic Novel Picture Show, where your host Solkir presents a retrospective of the history of comic book movies! In this episode, he looks at Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz in the 1994 adaptation of the Dark Horse comic The Mask, about a guy who puts on the Mask of Loki and gains the ability to alter reality, and discusses how the movie measures up to its source material.