Screen Junkies does it again, as usual. So try to hold in the barf as you watch!
Oh, and the part about watching it on your phone or iPad… yeah, don’t do that. I’m not even sure I’ll ever watch it again if I can’t watch it in theater.
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Technically, we’ve still got one year to go before Marty McFly is due to fly in from 1985 in his DeLorean. But so far, it’s not looking all that likely that next year will deliver on the oddly ’80s-ish future promised in Back to the Future Part II. There are no hoverboards in the streets, the Jaws frachise stalled after four installments, and fax machines are growing more obsolete by the day.
Still, there’s at least one detail that’s sure to come true if Tinker Hatfield has anything to do with it. The Nike designer has revealed that power laces are indeed coming in 2015, just as Back to the…
I don’t watch these guys religiously, but occasionally I’ll find a link to a good episode such as this one.
This time, they explore the idea that everything Joss Whedon does is connected. It’s a little more dubious than the Pixar is all connected theory, but it’s still quite fun. Also funny.
You should beware that there is a little bit of course language in this.
Netflix dealt another hand of Cards on Feb. 14, unveiling all 13 new episodes of the acclaimed original series at once. Some things about the drama haven’t changed: Frank Underwood is as ruthless as ever, his wife Claire is still devastatingly stylish and the politics are still really, really dirty. But there are some new elements in the series’ sophomore season. If you haven’t yet pressed PLAY on Season 2, here are five (semi-spoilery) tidbits to know while you watch.
Good stuff to know here.
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Sometimes, something incredibly, hilariously geeky comes “across my desk” and I have no choice, I am compelled to post it. This is one such occasion.
As you may or may not know, the winter olympics are going on right now which involves a lot of high speed gliding across snow and snowing terrain. Thus, this is the perfect opportunity to insert some Imperial Walker action from The Empire Strikes Back. You might recall that they were in some snowy conditions there.
This is pretty hillarious.
With “The Lego Movie” winning the box office and the 2014 Oscars soon hailing its victors, Yahoo Movies imagines what Lego-fied versions of the Academy’s Best Picture nominees might look like. Spoiler alert: They’re all winners. (Artwork by Old Red Jalopy)
With The LEGO Movie such a hit right now, LEGOs are all the craze, but this is pretty good. Here’s the first poster. Click through to see the rest.
Who would have thought that an animated film could have a blooper reel, eh? Well all good films have blooper reels so since this is a good movie, I reckon they thought it needed a good blooper reel.
As far as I understand, the sound bite are actual bloopers and outtakes and mess ups. The decided to get creative and animate the characters around it. Hilarity ensues.
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Almost no Bothan Spies were injured or killed bringing you this report.
At least, I hope that’s true. No one should get hurt over simply verifying some shooting dates, even on a film as highly anticipated as “Star Wars Episode VII: There’s Still Not A Title”.
Multiple sources now have confirmed for us that “Star Wars Episode VII” is set to start shooting mid-May and will run through September of this year, and most principal casting on the film is complete, with many announcements still to come. While Abrams had mentioned May during the TCA press tour and there had been speculation about…
I wasn’t even sure I was going to post this one until the very end. If you’ve played the game referenced you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about and it’s awesome.
And there are definitely a few funny moments here and there so it’s worth it, even if the movie was pretty good and there’s actually not a lot to complain about in my opinion.