We have seen many zombie apocalypse movies over the last ten years, from the silly Shaun of the Dead to the very serious and graphic Resident Evil series, both live action and animated, but World War Z just blows all of them away. The plots is very different from other zombie movies, and this rollercoaster of a ride will keep you hanging on for dear life until the very end. You will go on a trip around the world that starts in Philadelphia and ends in roundabout in Nova Scotia. Read more...(633 words, 93 images, estimated 2:32 mins reading time)
It’s been a few seasons now, and Mumble (Elijah Wood) and his lovely mate, Gloria (Pink) finally made their own egg, and this fluffy little bundle is Erik (Ava Acres). He’s got a wonderful talent for song, but can’t quite keep up with his father’s feet. The whole of the Emperorland has become one big party during the summer, but Erik just can’t get into the beat, and he’s afraid of joining in. Meanwhile, below the ice Will (Brad Pitt) and Bill (Matt Damon) the Krills are wanting to know what life is like beyond the krill swarm, and Will decides it’s time to move on. Read more...(620 words, 131 images, estimated 2:29 mins reading time)
With all the pop culture focus on Stephanie Meyer’s vampires, it seems that Anne Rice’s far more scary, yet classy vamps have been forgotten, but maybe it is time to dig them back up, so to speak. In 1994, we were treated to a horror epic featuring the talents of Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Antonio Banderas, and a very young Kirsten Dunst. Interestingly, her performance as the perpetual child vampire, Claudia, was one of her best performances, but back to the story. Read more...(576 words, 185 images, estimated 2:18 mins reading time)
Two completely average and normal seeming individuals come together and then get bored with it all. They have been married a few years and now both can’t seem to stand each other and yet need each other so they can seem normal to the rest of the world. It is that normalcy that is required so that no one knows what it is that they actually do. The funniest part of it all is that neither of them know what the other really does either. Talk about keeping secrets in a marriage.
John Smith (Brad Pitt) is a construction contractor and very successful at it, at least that is what everyone thinks. In reality he is an assassin for hire that will not let anything stop him from reaching his target. Money and personal morals are his guide to what jobs he will and will not do. Jane Smith (Angelina Jolie) is a top female executive and travels a lot for her company, at least that is what everyone thinks. In reality she is an assassin for hire that will not let anything stop her from reaching his target. For the longest time no one suspected what they really were till the agencies that they contracted for found out and decide to put a stop to it in a most unique way. They will have them kill each other. Read more...(523 words, 116 images, estimated 2:06 mins reading time)