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 The Avengers
 Action and adventure, Science Fiction
 May 4th, 2012
 Joss Whedon
GI Joe Retaliation
Action and Adventure
June 29th, 2012
Jon M. Chu
The Dictator Comedy May 11th, 2012 Larry Charles
American Reunion
Comedy April 6th, 2012
Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg
96 Minutes
Drama, Thriller
April 27th, 2012
Aimee Lagos
Seeking Justice
Action and Adventure, Thriller
30th January, 2012
Roger Donaldson
Undefeated Drama 17th February, 2012
Dan Lindsay, T.J. Martin
Detachment Drama 16th March, 2012
Tony kaye
35 and Ticking Comedy, Romance 16th May, 2011
Russ Parr

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Category: Action | Author: | Date: 2012-10-30 | Comments (0)

This might be a dangerous tack, perhaps even an unfair one to take when it comes to a 2012 Nic Cage thriller, but it’s an honest reaction, I swear: Seeking Justice would be a way better movie if it were more bonkers. I know, I know, Nicolas Cage has been alternately befuddling and enraging the entire world for the past 15 years with his penchant for bonkers-only cinema, attacking the Oscar-winning reputation he erected through films like Raising Arizona, Moonstruck, and Leaving Las Vegas by opting almost exclusively for toolbag projects where action-packed vapid insanity is the name of the game (the game being a loosely organized brand of street hockey played with blow torches and a human head).

Category: Thriller | Author: | Date: 2012-10-30 | Comments (0)

All movies are reflection of their times, but some put their finger better on the underlying pulse, the nerve of our present sensations. Zeitgeist. In the arts, it's an elusive prize to capture. A sum of the now. Hollywood loves to catch this lightning in the bottle because it can translate into big box office (Saturday Night Fever). The risk is these movies can look dated as time flies (The Breakfast Club).

Category: Comedy | Author: | Date: 2012-10-30 | Comments (0)

Previous red-band American Reunion trailers have focused on selling the film as yet another healthy dose of naughty deeds and awkward sex humor served up as only the American Pie franchise can; whereas the all-audiences promos have been relatively tame in comparison, emphasizing the heartfelt drama and character dynamics that helped make the previous films popular with moviegoers (at least, those released in theaters).

Category: Comedy | Author: | Date: 2012-10-30 | Comments (0)

ABSTRACT: THE CURRENT CINEMA review of "The Dictator” and "The Intouchables.” Sacha Baron Cohen could be the Groucho Marx, Sid Caesar, and Lenny Bruce of his generation, if he would define and discipline his art as they did. First on television, and then in movies, Baron Cohen has inhabited various personae: Ali G (an imbecilic English would-be rapper), Borat (an imbecilic Kazakh journalist), and Brüno (an imbecilic Austrian fashionista).

Category: Action | Author: | Date: 2012-10-30 | Comments (0)

A new trailer for G.I. Joe: Retaliation has gone online. I remain impressed by what we’ve seen thus far and I’m hoping director Jon Chu has crafted a really fun action movie.

Category: Action | Author: | Date: 2012-10-29 | Comments (0)

In a summer which involves a whole host of repetitive sequels to stuff that was tired, stuttering and barely interesting to begin with, I decided to create a delightful homage to Hollywood’s lack of imagination by doing another trailer review for the epitome of this kind of movie; "The Avengers”.

However there is justification for this; firstly the latest trailer is the last we have to contend with before we see the film in a couple of months and therefore it justifies unnecessary attention to every frame of footage before the palm sweating and rash begins as we go superhero cold turkey.