The latest offering from the DC Animated Universe, Batman: Under the Red Hood… it misses on only a few marks, and ends up as a dark, mature, Batman animated feature.
Robert Rodriguez could make one of the best comic book movies ever with Deadpool, Green Lantern on the other hand won’t fair so well.
A look at comic book movies: how the trend started, what has worked, and what hasn’t.
Jeff argues why a giant slug has a better life than you… and it makes sense.
I might as well title this post, “The Last Airbender barely survives the burning wreck that is M. Night Shyamalan’s career”.
Several months ago I was debating something with a buddy of mine that happened several years ago, roughly.
I don’t know exactly how long ago it was, but at some point, based on the recommendation of another friend, I watched an episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender, an animated series from Nickelodeon. I was not impressed.
If you asked me to recall the exact content of my argument, I can’t. For the life of me I can’t remember why I was so apathetic towards the show. Not that I disliked it, I just didn’t care for it much. Recently, however, I’ve discovered how wrong I was, and become a huge Airbender fan.
Some of the trailers for the new Airbender movie had intrigued me. The point at which a little kid is doing a back flip over a dude, while simultaneously turning him into a pillar of ice – that’s when my curiosity is piqued. So I browsed Netflx, to see if I could stream a few episodes. It turns out the entire series is available for instant streaming on Netflix – perfect. I started watching episodes last week, and I think I’m about eight episodes in.
I’m astonished, and highly entertained.
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Jeff talks more Star Wars, asking maybe one of the best questions I’ve ever heard from a Star Wars fan: why didn’t we see the “ground assault” on Hoth?
There should still be a Halo movie, and Neill Blomkamp should still direct it.