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Uncharted Official Trailer

Synopsis: Based on one of the best-selling, most critically acclaimed video game series of all time, Uncharted introduces audiences to the young street-smart Nathan Drake (Tom Holland) and showcases his first treasure hunting adventure with wisecracking partner Victor “Sully” Sullivan (Mark Wahlberg). In an action-adventure epic that spans the globe, the two go in dangerous pursuit of “the greates...[Read More]

Seobok – Toronto after Dark Review

Lee Yong-ju writes and directs Seobok, which is absolutely fantastic. It is part human genetical engineering/science fiction, part thriller, and part action that delivers on all fronts and packs a powerful punch. There is also part of the movie that is about morality and human cloning, which is really poignant, Seobok delivers on every front and creates a truly fantastic movie. The film focuses on...[Read More]

Nightshooters – Toronto After Dark Review

Written and directed by Marc Price whose probably seen a few too many action movies, comes the clever, fun, and ultra violent Nightshooters. The movie centers around a group of people seeing something they absolutely should not have seen and being absolutely clumsy and ridiculous about their way of seeing it, these people are just asking for trouble after realizing what they’ve witnessed and don’t...[Read More]

Mayhem – 31 Nights of Halloween Review

2017, what a year for cinema, Shape of Water won best picture, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri won a ton as well, and Jordan Peele won best original screenplay for Get Out and all was right in the world for once. However, another movie that went unrecognized and under the radar seems to have predicted the future? Mayhem brings together the incredible forces of Samara Weaving and Steven Y...[Read More]

Kate (2021) – Review

Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as Kate, a kick-ass assassin and we start out with her getting ready for a hit without any exposition, we jump right in and when she is about to take the shot, her mark has a child with him and so she wants to abort as it is against the code but her higher ups, insist she takes the shot and ultimately she does, twice, one in the neck and one in the head, shown graphic...[Read More]

Ryan Reynolds confirms Free Guy Sequel

If you haven’t seen Free Guy (2021) yet, I hear good things about it and if the premise of a bank teller named Guy (Ryan Reynolds) discovering that he’s actually an NPC inside a brutal, open world video game sounds like fun, as it apparently is, then a sequel is a no-brainer really. I can already see it… “Free Guy 2- Albuquerque Boiled Turkey” (2023). Source: Twitter

How I Became A Superhero – Review

If you expect to find out how anybody became a superhero, don’t bother. The misleading title aside, which is the same as the novel, written by Gérald Bronner, this movie has nothing interesting to offer. The characters are bland, the super powers are boring and the special effects are so-so at best. You could overlook all that and just go for the action but then again you would only watch th...[Read More]

Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse Review

Some would argue that if you had seen one Tom Clancy movie or read one of the books you had seen and read them all. This sums it up in essence and this is how you should approach watching this movie. Temper your expectations. We are actually off to a quite decent start, following John on his mission to extract a CIA asset from hostile grounds. The mission goes sideways in a way due to incomplete b...[Read More]

The Mitchells vs the Machines – Review

What a silly movie! Let me just say this movie is best viewed with your kids/family. It’s funny, it’s silly and at times adorable. The use of silly YouTube clips and the comic style action bubbles paired with the kind of weird animation style works. “The noses are funny, in a good way”, said my son and he liked the pig, I mean pug, of course. Who wouldn’t. So what is ...[Read More]

Thunder Force – Review

A new release on Netflix and currently #3 in France “Thunder Force” written and directed by Ben Falcone is up front and center on everyone’s dashboard and so it is not surprising that by sheer viewer numbers, this pops into the top 10. It will as quickly drop out of it though since it is simply not a good movie, mediocre at best with a few less mediocre moments and pop culture re...[Read More]

The Expendables – Theatrical Review

The 80’s was undoubtedly the manliest and most muscular decade in film history (as recently decided upon by Muscle & Fitness). We had former Mr. Olympia and Mr. Universe Arnold Schwarzenegger. Rocky…no, Rambo…no, Rocky…ummm Sylvester Stallone, the muscles from Brussels Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren who challenged most of these muscleheads head on. In the early 90’s...[Read More]

‘Quantum of Solace’ in March

Sure it was short, sure it featured little plot and some strange action sequences (personal fighter with machine guns being outmaneuvered by a locomotive sized prop driven cargo plane anyone?) but hey it’s Bond and features the hotter then lava Olga Kurylenko and delectable Gemma Arterton as Strawberry Fields. Seriously, who could turn down a girl named that? It’s Quantum of Solace and...[Read More]

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