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.
Here’s an international trailer for the new Ridley Scott space thriller, Prometheus, which takes us back to the Alien Space Jockey where it all went wrong. The film hits theaters in June.
This weekend: Spy vs Spy in This Means War, Nic Cage is back with Marvel Comics’ Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Thin Ice: the name says it all and the Oscar nominated football documentary, Undefeated.
Ridley Scott says this is not an Alien prequel. We shall see: A team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.
Was a second one really necessary? As Johnny Blaze hides out in Eastern Europe, he is called upon to stop the devil, who is trying to take human form.
Here it is: your first look at Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, the Alien prequel that takes us back to the Space Jockey, where all the trouble began. The film premiers next Summer.
In theaters this weekend: a Shakespearean maestro directs a comic book movie, Rutger Hauter on a rampage, Mel Gibson with a hand puppet, and beautiful people think about cheating on each other.
Takers sat on the shelf for two years while everybody waited for co-star Chris Brown’s public image to rehabilitate. So is it any good?
This week’s new movies include The Last Exorcism, Takers, The American and more. Check our previews.
A group of bank robbers come together for one last heist but are pursued by a detective (Matt Dillon) determined to stop them from pulling it off.
I’m jazzed that different kinds of comic books are getting made into movies If you’re not versed in The Losers, here’s a brief summary: A CIA Special Forces team is betrayed by their handler and left for dead. They get pissed.