It’s the Avengers trailer from 1978! Wait a minute, there was no Avengers movie in 1978! Whaaaaa?!
Disney’s entertaining adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ century-old novel stops at about 6.5 on the crazy scale when it should’ve gone way past 11.
The sequel that no one wanted is loud, chaotic and dumb — and feverishly, brazenly, unapologetically so, thanks to the filmmaking bravado of Neveldine/Taylor and weirdo theatrics of Nicolas Cage.
Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds do good work in an otherwise frustratingly by-the-numbers action thriller.
Mother Nature finds a formidable adversary in Liam Neeson in director Joe Carnahan’s lusty, primal adventure flick.
Steven Soderbergh delivers a clever, hot-blooded action flick that just might make a movie star out of MMA champion Gina Carano.
Guy Ritchie’s bigger, louder sequel once again trades wit and intricate plotting for cheap gags and overblown action sequences.
Brad Bird delivers an impressive and highly satisfying thrill ride with this fourth installment in the Mission: Impossible series.
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol has teamed up with DJ Tiesto for an epic live streaming event from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Here’s the new poster for the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman series, The Dark Knight Rises, which sees Christian Bale in his final turn as the Caped Crusader and Tom Hardy appearing as the villainous Bane. The Knight rises in summer 2012.
Immortals is the story of Theseus, a man chosen by Zeus to lead the fight against King Hyperion, who is on a rampage to obtain a weapon that can destroy humanity. Here’s a first look at the film which opens Friday.
Buckle up and let Ryan Gosling and director Nicolas Winding Refn take you on this year’s most satisfying cinematic thrill ride.
Steven Soderbergh’s startling portrait of a world ravaged by a super-virus is a smart, scary thrill ride.
Director Jon Favreau’s genre mashup makes for both a dull Western and a mediocre piece of science fiction, but Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford manage to ride into town and save at least part of the day.
The final stand-alone character adventure before next summer’s Marvel mash-up, The Avengers, is a highly enjoyable, often rousing and deeply satisfying comic book fable.