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It’s another big summer month of high-profile sequels and reboots, plus one “original” movie that somehow found its way into theaters. Once again, the Agony Booth staff is here to decide which of these movies will be HITs and…
It may be March, but it’s looking more like summer at the cineplex, due to several big budget sci-fi/fantasy releases this month. Once again, it’s time for us here at the Agony Booth to play armchair box office prognosticators and…
September’s here and school is back in session, meaning it’s the time of the year that the studios usually reserve for more mature, adult-oriented films. Which sounds great in theory after a summer full of comic book movies and CGI…
MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD… 2016 sure was a year full of unpleasant surprises, huh? If you recall our December box-office predictions, I along with four of my fellow Agony Booth film reviewers predicted that Passengers would be a box-office hit. Because,…
December is the time of the year that brings yule tidings, whatever the hell those are, along with the studio's most family-friendliest blockbusters and their most Oscar-batiest of awards contenders. The release of another Star Wars film is imminent and looms large over this month's releases, but there are still plenty of other films vying for your hard-earned ticket dollars this December.
“Mockingjay – Part 2 is the last Hunger Games film you’ll ever have to watch, so if you’ve got the last three under your belt already, then you may as well finish it out with this film.”
“For some reason, filmmakers seem to want to spread out a single book into two movies lately, which in my opinion makes these films drag, especially when it comes to Young Adult novels that don’t have a whole lot of in-depth detail to begin with.”
Trump/Everdeen? Clinton/Organa? Which of your favorite characters from movies and TV would make the best vice presidential candidates in this craptacular election year?
“The characters are all well acted and mostly well written; it’s just a pity that they all got sidelined not just for an action-disaster movie, but for a boring action-disaster movie.”
“Take away the bipolar disorder, OCD, and neuroses, and you’ve basically got yourself a typical romantic comedy.”
“Doesn’t Mystique feel like a rare breath of fresh air? A female antihero with her own goals and desires who’s not condemned by the narrative and isn’t defined solely by her relationship to a man?”
Morning Sideboob: Kim and Kanye Finally Tie the Knot
“This movie left me wanting more, rather than leaving me frustrated, which is high praise for a film that deliberately screws over its own continuity this much.”
Morning Sideboob: Charlie Sheen Starts Twitter War With Rihanna
Morning Sideboob: JLo Declines JLaw's Request to Dance
“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.”
Morning Sideboob: Jennifer Lawrence Lost Her Lunch at Madonna's Oscar After-Party
Come Help Us Speculate Wildly About Who Will Play Barbie In Her Big Screen Debut
Morning Sideboob: Miley Shares Her Sex Toy With the World
Morning Sideboob: Amy Adams Gets Wicked At A Gay Bar, The Gosselin Twins Clam Up, And Anne Hathaway Passes Up A Silver Opportunity