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After Earth is easily the first film Shyamalan has made in more than a decade that genuinely works. And yet, the response has been overwhelmingly negative thus far.
Solkir reviews one of the stupidest superhero movies ever made, Batman & Robin. But instead of screaming for twenty minutes about the terrible puns, he attempts to analyze this film in a more logical, detached way, and discovers... it's still horrible.
The Cinema Slob checks out what has luckily turned out not to be the final movie in the extraordinary Michael Bay four-part Transformers trilogy. Watch as the Slob learns about the moon landing, ponders the evil-ness of goatees, sees his beloved home town get blown to hell, and reenacts clips too awesome to actually include in the review!
It's the first video of Sofie's Twilight Month (which will probably now last into April) as she reviews the final Twilight film, Breaking Dawn: Part 2. It's the end of a saga... Yeah, a saga, sure.
“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.”
The Slob continues his M. Night Before Christmas review spectacular with his look at 2010's The Last Airbender!
The M. Night Before Christmas continues! There's something in the air as the Cinema Slob takes a look at Shyamalan's The Happening, starring Mark Wahlberg and Zooey Deschanel as a couple on the run from vengeful, suicide-inducing plants.
The Slob begins a special series of reviews called The M. Night Before Christmas, where he looks at the films of the internet's favorite punching bag, M. Night Shyamalan! First up, Lady in the Water, starring Paul Giamatti as a crazy super who finds Bryce Dallas Howard in a pool, and discovers she's a mythical mermaid-thing who's come to protect the savior of humanity, cleverly played by Shyamalan himself!
The Cinema Slob continues his in-depth look at the genius of Michael Bay's Transformers trilogy with the truly awesome Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen!
Count Jackula and Horror Guru go on a killing spree due to the last entry of the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn: Part 2, starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner.
Stephenie Meyer's novel gets split into two movies to extract an additional billion dollars from Twi-hards who line up for these things no matter how tedious or repulsive they get. And this one is certainly repulsive, as Bella gets pregnant with a half-vampire baby who treats her womb like a bouncy castle, Edward performs a Cesarean with his teeth, and Jacob embarks on an 18 year quest to groom his future wife.
In his ongoing look at superhero films, the Cinema Slob takes a look at DC's effort to make a Catwoman film. Find out just how many lives this kitty has, as the Slob sinks his claws into this purrrrfect action movie.
This time out, Seltzerberg spoofs The Twilight Saga, and guess what? It's not nearly as soul-crushingly awful as what you're imagining! Watch as Winston O'Boogie risks all his internet reviewer cred by admitting to actually laughing at this thing.
Together with the Porn Critic, Sofie witnesses such exciting things as... a marriage! And a pregnancy! And pedophilia! Oh, Twilight, what will you come up with next?
Jack (Adam Sandler) gets a visit from his identical twin Jill (also Adam Sandler) and "wacky" hijinks ensue, including Jill dating both a stereotypical Mexican gardener and Al Pacino, who's playing... himself? It's a comedy so devoid of humor, you can feel your life draining away as you watch it.
Gigli is an absolute train wreck of a movie about a gangster and a pseudo-lesbian hired to kidnap a federal prosecutor's retarded son. And sure enough, the guy pretending to be mentally handicapped is far more believable than Ben Affleck pretending to be a gangster.
In this prequel to the 1994 Flintstones movie, we get a smoking hot Betty, a dumbass villain with an even dumber motivation, Stephen Baldwin in the role he was born to play, and worst of all, a pointless and unintentionally creepy appearance by the Great Gazoo!
Nicolas Cage famously goes apeshit in 2006's The Wicker Man, the godawful remake of the 1973 horror classic. Cage is a cop who travels to Summersisle, an island with a matriarchal society that worships bees. He investigates the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend's daughter, and somehow ends up wearing a bear suit and punching women out.
A fun summer blockbuster with lots of action and tons of explosions that even has a good story! What more do you want?
Joey's setting the record straight. He doesn't want you to watch this movie. Here are five good reasons why you should stay away from The Cat in the Hat.