Be careful! Chad might unleash “The Kragle”! In this episode we find out that no one is going to be taken in ‘Taken 3’. Seems like maybe they want to think about a name change then, doesn’t it? Of course Joe, having written a review of ‘Taken 2: Please Take it Back’ has something to say about all this. We also now know the start date of the principle photography for ‘Star Wars VII’. Joe may not be too excited about this, but Chad and TJ are. And then, Chad and Joe get all excited about ‘Back to the Future — The Musical’ coming in 2015. Yeah, they’re geeks. And before diving into the primary review of ‘The LEGO Movie’ the stupidity of Fox News Hosts must be discussed because it directly relates to ‘The LEGO Movie’. And the consensus on said film is that it was quite awesome.
But let’s get it from Liam Neeson, via Bleeding Cool. The actor was on the show hosted by Jonathan Ross in the UK, and explained “They called me up and I said “I’ll do it… but only as long as nobody gets taken.”
If I were introducing Taken 2 to a friend, I would ask him, “Have you seen the first one?”
“Yes,” he might answer blankly. Then there would be an awkward pause.
“Well,” I would beg the question, “What did you think of it?”
“It’s alright,” he might answer halfheartedly. I would promptly nod in approval.
Then I would tell him plainly, “Okay, then Taken 2 wouldn’t work for you.”
An air marshal springs into action during a transatlantic flight after receiving a series of text messages that put his fellow passengers at risk unless the airline transfers $150 million into an off-shore account.
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.
Synchronize your watches. The Future is headed...to the Stage! We have just received official confirmation that the original Back to the Future film is currently being developed into a musical — a project that's quietly been in the works over the past decade — and is planned in alignment with the film's 30th Anniversary next year.
Back when I was a kid — geeze, listen to me, don’t I sound old? Anyway…
When I was a kid I loved to play with my LEGOs. I built so many things with LEGOs that I couldn’t possibly remember them all.
An ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary MasterBuilder, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from gluing the universe together.
Boasting beautiful animation, a charming voice cast, laugh-a-minute gags, and a surprisingly thoughtful story, The Lego Movie is colorful fun for all ages.
Domestic Total as of Feb. 10, 2014: $72,544,343
Distributor: Warner Bros. Release Date: February 7, 2014
Genre: Animation Runtime: 1 hrs. 40 min.
MPAA Rating: PG Production Budget: $60 million