Dealing with Winter Soldier is one thing, but Captain America dealing with the death of a beloved Marvel film series regular is a whole different ballpark, and to quote a certain someone, "it ain't even the same f------ sport."
Just in case they didn't wear you out throughout 2013 with their ceaseless promos and surprise appearances, the cast of 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' will be returning to theaters on Feb. 28. And apparently they have 763 new jokes to share with you.
There are a lot of WWII movies out there, and of those there are quite a few of those that focus on the guerrilla resistances that sprang up during the long years of World War II. While the majority have been based off historical information of actual resistance efforts, most have been flowered with the usual trappings required of a standard Hollywood movie
After New Line's live-action 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie grossed more than $200 million worldwide, the heroes in a half-shell were guaranteed a sequel. That came just a year later in 1991 in the form of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze.' This turtle-powered action movie didn't fare as well at the box office, but was nonetheless beloved by kids that couldn't get enough of these pizza-loving crime fighters.
While it's technically not an actual part of the official roster of Super Bowl 2014 commercials, Newcastle's multi-part documentary starring Anna Kendrick and Keyshawn Johnson in the beer company's failure of trying to make an ad for the big game is a huge, hilarious parody of the whole system.
Val Kilmer is an awesome character actor, the guy has played some killer characters over the days of his career. Some of my favorites of course are his biographical characters. With my #1 favorite being his portrayal of Jim Morrison, the lead singer of the band The Doors. He plays Jim Morrison in his Oliver Stone's biographical look at the meteoric rise and subsequent fall of the lead singer of The Doors.
Know what's great? The wisdom that elders can impart on the rest of us, culled from years of gaining knowledge and experience. Know what's even greater? When they dress up and reenact classic movies for a calendar.
In 1987, no man seemed to successfully be able to step up and match the lowlifes and scum that made up the crime-ridden city of Detroit...until Robocop stepped in to play, that is! The science-fiction action film told the story of an officer who was brutally killed and resurrected by the science of OCP (Omni Consumer Products), thus making him an all out cyborg set with one thing in mind: revenge...and maybe a little justice.
The bad guys (or occasional girl) from the films of our childhood were memorable characters we won't be forgetting anytime soon. Let's take a look at some of our favorite villains from days gone by and see where they are now
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