Remember when Vin Diesel took a break from driving furiously fast and ended up undercover as a babysitter having to take care of three unruly kids in The Pacifier (2005)? Well, replace Diesel with the bulky John Cena, reuse a few of the same man-struggles-to-provide-basic-care-to-children gags, throw in a storyline about pseudo-macho smokejumpers and you have the moderately funny flick Playing with Fire.
The original Halloween was released in 1978 and opened up a whole new horror genre in the form of the ‘slasher’. It also introduced us to the horror icon, the seemingly unkillable Michael Myers.
The suspenseful new trailer for David Gordon Green’s upcoming Halloween reboot has dropped, and it looks to deliver the goods.
The upcoming Halloween is set 40 years after the original film and sees Jamie Lee Curtis back in the role that made her famous, as she sets out to kill her murderous brother, horror-movie icon Michael Myers.
Clint Eastwood is back as director of a film based on a true story, The 15:17 to Paris, which has some unique casting choices, to say the least.
Isaac’s life has reached the lowest of lows; his acting career is going downhill; his acting students are having better luck at the big-time than him; his vision-impaired girlfriend of 10 years is about to leave him and his own family sees him as a massive disappointment. And even as he takes a chance on a new romance, Isaac struggles to define his place in a world that seemingly wants him to suffer.
Woody Harrelson takes on a comedic role in Wilson, of a character that would likely rub you the wrong way had you met them in the street.