While trying to flee the negative publicity caused by someone attempting to discredit Atomic Robo for his role in the events of 8/11, known as the “Hashima Incident,” involving stolen nuclear weapons that temporarily made him the world’s #1 most wanted fugitive, Atomic Robo decides to take a team and check out reported sightings of Cryptids in the jungles of Venezuela suspiciously close to an old Nazi Science city under Kukenan Tepui.
Screen Junkies offers us this heated debate between Marc Andreyko and our pal Nick Mundy about whether or not Man of Steel is a good movie (it’s not). My favorite line – “Maybe he would have learned not to kill if Pa Kent wasn’t such a dick in the beginning of the movie.” Well said, Nick.
Continuing the stories from the last issue’s Second Season premiere, we are given more of Casey‘s time as Mrs. Clarkson on the fateful night she finished her role by confronting and coercing her mother to make a difficult decision as well as her first night back in to her own time with Miss Hodge on the night she will be asked once again to make a difficult sacrifice in order to set things right.
After the initial success of Die Hard there was a time when every movie studio was trying to cash in on the concept of a great action star (usually a cop or specially trained soldier) in the wrong place at the wrong time and forced to save the day (which almost always also included endangered hostages and some kind of robbery or cash grab). We got Die Hard on a plane, Die Hard on a boat, Die Hard on a bus, Die Hard on a train, and so on. More than 25 years later Hollywood still hasn’t given up on the formula.
Franklin (Breckin Meyer) and Bash (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) are on the case when Peter’s mother (Jane Seymour) is charged with prostitution while working as a sex surrogate (in Peter’s childhood bedroom). Things are further complicated when Jared sleeps with the Assistant D.A. (Rhea Seehorn) assigned to the case, who despises both Franklin and Bash, the night before the trial begins and the discovery the driving force to push for criminal charges of not only prostitution but also pimping against Peter’s mother comes from the pair’s old enemy ADA Brad Hewett (Brian Howe).
Here’s the first trailer for Adore which stars Robin Wright and Naomi Watts as two old friends whose lives are made infinitely more complicated which each begins a romantic relationship with each other’s sons (Ben Mendelsohn, Xavier Samuel). The film opens in limited release in select cities on September 6th.
The near two-minute intro to indie rockers the Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ official video for “Despair” may test the faith of some, but we’re going to share it with you anyway. (And if you get a little anxious just skip ahead to the 1:50 mark.)