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At the start of 2017’s Geostorm, a young girl’s narration informs us that in the year 2019, a scant six months from now, the planet will be devastated by a series of catastrophic weather events: In New York, the…
It’s October, which means it’s time for a slew of movies that weren’t good enough for the holiday season. But more importantly, October means we’ve been doing box office predictions for one whole year! Come back later this month for…
Welcome back to Movie Duels, in which we watch two dueling movies and offer our eminently qualified opinion of which film, if any, has a reason for existing, and which one should have been left back at the pitch …
Sybil shows how much smarter she is than you with a movie that's more clever than you think it is.
“They join the battle alongside the French, all the while causing, presumably, numerous time paradoxes by blatantly messing with history. Or not. Timeline doesn’t really concern itself with such trivia.”
'300: Rise Of An Empire' Stars Eva Green's Boobs But Still Falls Short
“There were times when I wondered if this film was actually a subtle parody of patriotic action movies, because surely nobody could be this shameless about it.”
“Between this, Snow White and the Huntsman, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, it appears the ‘sounds like a joke but is actually a real movie’ movie is officially a real genre.”
It's the movie version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, directed by Joel Schumacher and starring two relatively unknown actors at the time (Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum) who clearly weren't hired for their singing abilities.