This has to be, hands down, the best Spiderman origins film to have ever been made. The character is brought to live in a way that makes him totally believable. We actually get to see the pain and injury that he receives while he is fighting crime and looking for the killer of his uncle. The film we even able to get rid of the wimpy bitchy Mary Jane for a while as in she is no where near this film at all. Personally I hope they keep her out of it for many films to come. Without her we get to see the true Peter Parker and what he is really made of. We get to see just how it is that no one else but him could be Spiderman, even how he came up with and why he came up with the mask that he uses. This is a film that even if you are a die hard fan you are going to like this film. Read more...(935 words, 172 images, estimated 3:44 mins reading time)
Okay, so The House Bunny is not the most dramatic or classiest movie out there, but it is lots of fun, and maybe even a little empowering. Shelley Darlingson (Anna Faris) started life as an orphan, had an awkward childhood, until she hit her teens, then suddenly, she blossomed into every man’s fantasy, beautiful, blonde, and vapid. She left Florida to live out her dream in Beverly Hills as a Playboy Bunny. So, now she has a sweet life living at the home of most every man’s dream, and the magazine foots the bill for everything she wants. She wants to be a Playmate centerfold, and feels when she reaches that goal, she’ll be at the top of her game. Fate, and a hateful Bunny, Cassandra (Monet Mazur), have other plans for her. Read more...(712 words, 108 images, estimated 2:51 mins reading time)
Just got done watching a film that I had been putting off watching for quite some time. The name of the film is Zombieland featuring the talents of Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin.
When first I started watching the film one of the first scenes was nothing but blood all over the place. I was thinking “Great, another blood bath” but I kept watching. It wasn’t long before I was drawn into the film and the struggle of 4 people, possibly the last 4 people in the US. The story really gets going when Columbas, played by Eisenberg meets Tallahassee played by Harrelson and they team up trying to head east. Along the way they stop at a shopping center so that Tallahassee can try and find some Twinkies. The character really has a thing for them and it might just be because of his loosing his son to the zombie infestation that is covering the globe. Zombies are everywhere and just one bite will turn you into one. Read more...(452 words, 1 image, estimated 1:48 mins reading time)