Monthly Archives: June 2012
Go worlds beyond the show.
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Frank Langella will warm your heart in this trailer for Robot & Frank, a film about one man’s struggle to cope with a world that seems to be leaving him behind. Keep watching through till the end, there’s a twist you won’t see coming.
Modern day rock can be a tad boring. Am I the only one who thinks this? If a sound is proven, taking an album to the ultimate heights of production can sort of make it fade into the myriad of consistent, compromising sounds that make up our top charts. This is why a craze like [...]
Pixar has really come to embody quality animation. When Disney was losing their touch and Dreamworks continued to disappoint, Pixar gave us Up. Eventually, everyone seemed to catch on. Disney answered with Tangled and Dreamworks shocked us all with How to Train Your Dragon. Unfortunately, Pixar wasn’t able to rise to their own standards with [...]
A band’s defining album is generally their best known, most successful effort. In Hot Chip’s case, it’s possible that their 2006 sophomore effort The Warning already hit this goal, in lieu of all further releases. Made in the Dark and One Life Stand were both dripping with character but rough around the edges, roller coaster-ing between undeniable hits and mediocre, [...]
Liam Neeson is back. ‘Nuff said.
It’s been 11 years since Monsters Inc turned our screams into laughter. Now they’re back with a prequel and our favorite monsters are learning everything they can about being the things of our nightmares… as well as how to party. Check out the trailer below!
For some inexplicable reason, the months of May, June, and July are when we start to see HBO push out exciting, original content. You’ve got your blockbuster-level hit in Game of Thrones, then Veep pulling its weight (aptly, I might add) with its quirky pull-no-punches comedy. “But where’s the reality?” asked no one in particular. Well, no [...]
Ridley Scott can direct the hell out of a good movie. So before I tear apart the screenplay for Prometheus, let me point out one thing that I absolutely loved about this supposed prequel to his beloved Alien franchise: the wide shots. These blockbuster hits come and go, from Harry Potter to The Avengers, and directors are [...]