In Theaters May 22, 2015: Tomorrowland and Poltergeist Are BOTH Mediocre, Which is Depressing

by Matthew Legarreta

Brad Bird DIDN’T make a terrific movie, so I guess the apocalypse is here. In Theaters May 22, 2015 is the newest Disney theme park ride movie (oh Disney) Tomorrowland, which should have been awesome because Brad Bird, but somehow isn’t.  I am disappoint.  Also there’s Poltergeist, but ehhhhhhhh. Anyways, what’s worth your time and,… Read the full article

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Thanks Internet: This Mario Kart/Mad Max Mash-Up Is Why The Internet Exists

by Matthew Legarreta

A Mario Kart Mad Max mash-up is just what the weird internet doctor ordered. I don’t know if you guys can tell, but people on the internet love Mad Max: Fury Road.  Like, REALLY love it.  The hyperbole on the film has been pretty extreme to say the least, with everyone in the world screaming… Read the full article

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Disney Pulls “Live Action Tinkerbell Movie” Out Of Its Bucket Of Remake Ideas

by Matthew Legarreta

Hey, it worked for Hook, right? Disney is on an absolute war path right now when it comes to live action adaptation of their popular animated films.  I won’t go down a full list, but suffice to say it’s a full one.  It’s gotten to the point that I’m starting to question just what they… Read the full article

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True (Sad) Story: Heath Ledger Was Originally Set To Play Mad Max In Fury Road

by Matthew Legarreta

Before he was Bane, he was the Joker.  Mad Max: Fury Road is currently the “it” movie of the week/month/year/eternity, but it’s actually interesting to think about just how hard a task it was for George Miller to get this freaking film into theaters.  He’s been spending decades trying to make a new Mad Max, and though… Read the full article

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Paramount Wants Star Trek 3 To Be Less “Star Trek-Y,” Which I’m Sure Is A Sentiment That Will Go Over JUST GREAT With Fans

by Matthew Legarreta

Paramount continues to not have any idea what to do with this series. Star Trek 3 is a film currently in development right now — just thought I would remind you guys, since the world at large seems to have pretty much forgotten.  And honestly, I can’t blame them: development on this movie has been… Read the full article

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