We are smack dab in the middle of the holiday season. Everyone is out Christmas shopping, Holiday songs are on the radio and many of the television networks are breaking out the Christmas movies. There are a ton of great one's to choose from and here are just a few of mine. See if you agree.
A pair of Sons of Anarchy stars get back together for this scifi thriller where giant robots fight giant alien monsters. Charlie Hunnan and Ron Pearlman front the movie "Pacific Rim". There's a dimensional portal in the Pacific ocean and the Earth is under attack.
The Will Ferrell holiday classic 'Elf' wasn’t supposed to be a hit. Despite being a heartwarming comedy released around the holiday season, it had several things going against it before the filmmakers had a chance to start shooting.
If you've ever read anything I've written about Twilight or had a quick conversation with me about it you know I hate romantic monster movies. I am also a huge zombie movie fan. Not because I love zombies but because the thought of surviving against an enemy that is shark like in it's need to kill and eat intrigues me. So making them "lovable" makes me sick.
I've seen more movies then most people ever will so I am extremely familiar with the cliche's like "Good guys only drink black coffee", "No one needs to look at the road" and "Your gay best friend is always worried about straight people problems". I am happy Mick Lasalle from the San Fransisco Chronicle put together a list of these lies and proves them wrong.
Hello, hello, hello.... hello! If you're a Three Stooges fan, and I know there are a lot of you out there then that meant something. Laughter is infections and the Three Stooges still make Americans laugh out loud to this day.
Zombie movies are becoming more and more popular and of course I am a fan, but not even I thought a major star like Brad Pitt would star in one. I was wrong Pitt is the lead in "World War Z". Thanks to Entertainment Television. We get a first look at some of the movie.
"Red Dawn" was a pretty classic movie back in 1984 about a group of teens caught behind enemy lines after a invasion here in America. Patrick Swayze, Charlie Sheen and C. Thomas Howell lead a huge cast. So should it be remade? Too late they already did.
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