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School is back in session in many areas, and as anyone who’s been to one knows, one prominent aspect of high school is cheerleading. This is why I’m now comparing two movies involving cheerleaders. Bring It On (2000) This film…
Four American superhero films were released in 2007: an extension of past failure (Fantastic Four 2), a brand new attempt at awful (Ghost Rider), the tragic last gasps of a series that at one point was the shining point of the entire genre (Spider-Man 3), and Underdog.
“The handheld cameras and improvisational nature gives this lengthy sequence the feeling of an especially deranged episode of The Office.”
Cosmos Recap: 99 Problems But A Hypernova Ain't One
Morning Sideboob: Lea Michele and Naya Rivera Are Not Making Sweet Music Together on the Set of "Glee"
Solkir reviews a film starring Willem Dafoe, and some other people.
The Unusual Suspect finishes off the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy with a review of Spider-Man 3! Often regarded as one of the worst superhero films of all time, the Suspect looks at what rubbed people the wrong way.
No, not the tournament, it's Wimbledon, the tennis-based romantic comedy! You know, the one where a last-hope English dude (hooray, Paul Bettany!) wins Wimbledon and has sex with a hot American player? That one. And... hold on just a second. Does that random extra playing a ball boy look a bit... familiar to anyone else?
Tom is back to take more questions from the public about Spider-Man 3, and explain why he thinks it's an awesome movie, with great action scenes and great villains! Yes, even Venom.
The Blockbuster Chick looks at a film that really makes her want to erase the memory of her watching it! So sit back, relax, and enjoy her take on Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Continuing his look at superhero movies, the Slob checks out Sam Raimi's finale to his Spider-Man trilogy! Unfortunately, something dark and mysterious lurks in the shadows of this review, as the Slob is transformed by a strange goo. What does this mean for his defense of Spider-Man 3? Watch and find out!
Despite being just as goofy as the original, a lot of people thought this was the best superhero movie ever at the time. Were they right? Watch the review and find out!
The Suspect praises the first film for finally giving us a convincing live-action Spider-Man, while also pointing out how insanely stupid it gets.
Joey teams up with Sofie for one of the biggest superhero movie disappointments in recent memory. Watch the review and relive all the singing, dancing, omelet-making, Twist-doing, amnesia-getting, and emo strutting!
“In this installment of Mr. Mendo Pisses Off the Entire Internet, Mendo takes on Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, the much-beloved mind-trippy tale of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy pays to have girl erased from his memories, boy meets girl again due to some combination of magic, sorcery, and telepathy.”