When I first saw the previews for Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise I thought, someone took Groundhog Day and crossed it with Aliens, the second film in Segourney Weaver film series. In many ways I was dead on, however, that doesn’t mean that it’s not a good combination.
Godzilla became popular in the mid-fifties and sixties, when fear of the atom bomb and what it could do was high on the minds of the public.
A conbined trailer set of the summer blockbusters coming to theaters near you.
Does the emperor have clothes? Not in this terrible film by Jonathan Glazer.
Oblivion is full of eye candy: the landscapes, the space pool, and of course Cruise. However, eye candy does not a movie make, which is something Cruise has forgotten along the way somewhere.
For those of you who miss the old Roswell Television series, I Am Number Four is a movie you will probably find familiar and fun.
Unfortunately, The Fourth Kind is following in the footsteps of The Blair With Project. Not only did they advertise that the information and news footage in the film was real, they state at the start of the film that the news footage is real. Then, they state it again at the end of the movie. Guess what? The film is a hoax.
Planet 51 is great fun for kids and parents alike. If you are looking for a good wholesome film, this is a great choice.
If you are feeling exhausted from the explosions and death defying stunts of the big budget blockbusters, then Moon might be just what you were looking for.