Created by the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 director James Gunn and music supervisor Tyler Bates, Guardians’ Inferno featuring David Hasselhoff has to be the funnest advertisement for a DVD release I’ve ever seen.
“Gonna tell her this morning, no I’ll tell her by noon, by noon or one – by 1:37 exactly.” – A.J., a hopeless teenage artist in love.
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.
While The Amazing Spider-Man may have lost some people in its dramatic start and the mysterious truth behind the disappearance of Peter Parker’s parents, it quickly makes up for it with the charismatic Andrew Garfield showing us what a loner, lanky nerd is really like in the new millennium.
Back in 2010, an oil-drilling rig by the name of Deepwater Horizon had an explosion that led to one of the biggest oil-spill disasters in history. This film is not some action-disaster flick with Mark Wahlberg slapped on the poster – a very human tale is told in this true-story-tragedy.