“Kick-Ass 2” certainly isn’t as fun or unique as it’s predecessor, but it has it’s moments.
Dreamworks Animation’s “The Croods” is easily the silliest, most cartoonish animated movie I’ve seen in a long time. It seemed to me to be even more squarely aimed at children than most modern animated offerings are nowadays.
Regardless, it’s fun, funny, brightly colored and spiritedly animated. It’s definitely a family friendly slice of entertainment.
It’s totally worth it to take your brood to “The Croods”.
Here we go, time to break out the heavy hammer and start hammering on some of the most offensive felons of the past year. The Worst Actors of 2012. These were the actors that caused frowns and headshaking via their performances, to the extent that they need to be called out as awful.
The nominees are: Nic Cage, “Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance”, Eddie Murphy, “A Thousand Words”, Adam Sandler, “That’s My Boy”, Ben Stiller, “The Watch”, and Sam Worthington, “Man on a Ledge”.
Click through to see which of these arch criminals ripped theatre-goers off the worst this year!
Ok Ladies and Gentlemen, back to the bad… here they are. The worst of the worst. Five actors who really stank the joint out in 2012. Mail in jobs, scenery chewing, charisma-free outings… these five guys have all the bad acting bases covered.
Click through to check out the list of the biggest hacks on the scene in 2012!
Fredo Castil of Film Yarn and I get together for yet another adventure in podcasting. This time, we get to join co-hosts Kai Parker and Heather Leigh on the 42nd episode of the MILFcast – the official podcast of Man I Love Films!
The MILFcast is a crazy, fun, party of a podcast, and I was psyched to be able to be on it. We briefly discuss what we’ve been watching, then go over the madness and magic of Nicolas Cage! Then we play the MILFcast’s games – Kai’s Always Right and THE GAME!!!
You can listen to it here! Check it out, it’s a blast! Thanks to Kai and Heather for having me on!
“Cheese-Tastic Classics” returns with another great action flick loaded with unintentionally comical moments, adding up to that special blend of movie we know and love as “Cheese”!
This time up? The John Woo/John Travolta/Nic Cage beauty, “Face/Off”!! It’s the story of an international terrorist, the FBI Special Agent whose son he killed, and what happens – literally – when they switch faces.
Oh yeah, baby!
In this week’s episode, the Tankster and I break down a very surprising week at the box office, then go into our featured reviews of the week – “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance”, and “This Means War”!
But the prime real estate here is our Oscar preview… Mr Tanski and I go over all the major categories, breaking down the contenders and making our predictions! We also cover the “who we’d like to win even though they dont have much of a chance”s. Call it our Oscar Preview Special, if you will.
As always, it’s an entertaining podcast full of movie related goodness from your hosts, Tank and Fogs. You can download or play the episode directly from our Buzzsprout page HERE, or search for us and/or subscribe on iTunes!
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Trust me when I say that I’m trying to take this movie in the spirit in which it’s intended.
Because, I realize this flick is losing half of the nation’s critics right from the get go with its kind of irreverant style of handheld film making and in your face juvenile humor…
But I can’t help but feel like “Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance” missed the mark by being a little safe. It’s like they tried to infuse the “Crank” style into the film, but with a PG-13 rating, which thus eliminates a LOT of the “Crank” content. (The directing team, for those unaware, did both films)
That’s not the way to get the best results.