G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra was a cheesy all-out action CGI overload that borrowed from a number of better movies and embarrassed a number of actors in the process. Yet, that didn’t stop them from making a sequel, G.I. Joe: Retaliation. HOO-HA!
“Bruce Willis is Dead!” It’s the title of a Brothers Streep song, but judging from his last (and possibly last ever) Die Hard performance – he’s ready to leave the terrorist-infested building. In an ironic and unintentional move, Willis reprises his role in The Sixth Sense by being dead from the get-go. There’s only so [...]
Where will you be in 30 years? More importantly, who will you be and would you really like the you you’ve become? Before we get too ahead of ourselves, that is essentially what’s at play in Looper, a new sci-fi actioner starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, from the mind of writer-director, Rian Johnson (The Brothers Bloom).
The Cold Light of Day is as inane as its title. It’s cold – thanks to a wishy-washy script and wooden performances; it’s light on intrigue and intelligence – two pillars of great espionage films; and ironically most of the action sequences happen at night.
Action star Bruce Willis maybe gearing up to take Apple to court to fight for the ownership rights of his massive digital music collection. The A-lister wants to leave his collection to his daughters after he dies, but Apple’s fine print prohibits the sharing of music bought from its online store.
Because what last year’s homage to excessive, overblown action movies needed most of all was a sequel. Starring even more overhauled action heroes – like Chuck Norris and Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger – and, at a guess, more slow-motion explosions and weapon puns, it looks like something you guys should probably watch.
Ever since the untimely departure of Our Dear Leader, a gaping hole has been left in the fabric of society, waiting to be filled by an equally magnificent specimen of humanity. Mercifully it did not take long for the void to be filled. Click through to be basked in the glory of The Adventures Of Kim Jung Un, Our Dear Leader’s successor.
So according to the ever pessimistic Russians, we’re all gonna die in the year 2036. See, this 900-foot-long asteroid, epically named ’99942 Apophis’, is apparently headed towards our measly little planet. NASA doesn’t agree, but don’t you worry, even if things go pear, they’ve got a plan.
Stallone surprised us when he resurrected Rocky with Rocky Balboa, stunned us when he tied the red hair band on for John Rambo and nearly killed himself trying to make The Expendables. Broken neck aside… Stallone pulled it off – he made us believe…
Zach sits down with Bruce Willis; one of the stars of the new movie Red, to talk about the 80s and some of the prestigious awards he has been awarded. Damn you have to love it!