Whatever your thoughts on Ridley Scott’s recent Alien outings, the unparalleled beauty of the photography cannot be questioned.
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Ridley Scott’s latest film set in the revered Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant, gets the Honest Trailer treatment, and there is just so much to laugh at.
The Room (2003) is one of the worst things ever to have been put to film – The Disaster Artist is a film about the making of that film.
With all the buzz regarding the new Spider-Man movie and Tom Holland bringing to life the third attempt of the web-slinger in just 15 years, it’s fun to look back at what was attempted not that long ago. So if you wanted to see how Marvel’s rendition of the wall-crawling hero measures up to Sony’s earlier attempts, never fear, I’ve saved you from having to watch over 4 hours of Peter Parker crying over his dead Uncle Ben, again.
Check out this hilarious re-cut trailer for Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man (2002) to see Tobey Maguire play a perfectly cast villain.
In Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott expands on the lore set up in his first film Prometheus, with the added benefit of a back-to-basics horror approach.
An official prologue video has been released for Alien: Covenant, that reveals what happened to the two main characters at the end of Prometheus (2012).
The trailer for Alien: Covenant has been released, taking us back into the world Ridley Scott created back in 1979, and fans shouldn’t be disappointed.
A new video has been released for the upcoming Alien: Covenant which features the cast of the film in a prologue scene before things start getting bad.
From the very beginning of Why Him?, when two middle-class parents accidentally spot the bare behind of their daughter’s ultra-rich tech guru boyfriend, the film produces a distinct aura of lazy writing and sheer predictability. As time passes, that aura does not dissipate. In fact, it escalates.
Check out the new, funny red band trailer for Why Him? An upcoming comedy film starring James Franco, Bryan Cranston and Zoey Deutch.
Being a huge Seth Rogen fan, I was pretty worried walking into the cinema to see Sausage Party. I wasn’t sure if it would meet my expectations, and I had no idea how Rogen’s crude humour and light Pixar-like animation were going to merge and collaborate.
After being the victim of an assault, Brad (Ben Schnetzer) struggles with his idea of masculinity while enduring hazing at a college fraternity.