This week TheNoShitMovieCritic looks at two films that came in under the radar, despite a few notable names. Read on for reviews of 2:22 and The Dinner.
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Well it’s here and fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Marvel Studios finally got to make its own Spider-Man movie: Spider-Man: Homecoming, directed by Jon Watts and staring Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Marissa Tomei and fan favorite Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man. It’s full of great Marvel characters and moments. There is no doubt fans finally have a Spider-Man movie to be proud of.
As much as we talk about this on Binary System, we’re gonna have to cover this: check out the news from Starz about Twin Peaks at San Diego Comic-Con 2017!
On Friday, July 21, The Cast Of TWIN PEAKS Will Participate
In A Panel, Moderated By Emmy® Winner Damon Lindelof
SHOWTIME To Host An Exclusive Advanced Screening Of Part 11 At 10 PM PT
Atomic Blonde Star and Producer Charlize Theron to Debut EW’s First-Ever Icon Edition of
“Women Who Kick Ass” Panel
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY plans to raise the bar even higher at Comic-Con 2017 by presenting its first-ever Icon Edition of fan-favorite panel, “Women Who Kick Ass,” featuring Atomic Blonde star and producer Charlize Theron on Saturday, July 22. Theron, an Oscar-winning actress who consistently embodies strength, searing intelligence and steely determination on screen, is the perfect icon to inaugurate this annual panel which celebrates and recognizes the most powerful, empowering female stars in pop culture.
Announcing Amazon Prime Video’s lineup for Comic-Con International in San Diego, featuring the Amazon Original Series The Tick and kids series Danger & Eggs and Niko and the Sword of Light.
In addition to cast and creator panels, autograph signings and sneak peeks at all three series, Amazon is creating an immersive Tick experience for Con attendees. Click the jump for a rundown of the events and the full schedule.
Michael Bay’s (apparently) final Transformers movie was a marvel of special effects and glorious, beautiful explosions. A lot of people really didn’t like it.
Guest columnist Narrator26 weighs in.
Michael Bay’s latest installment into his much-maligned Transformers series rolled out this past weekend to serve yet another overlong feast of bloated robot mayhem. And with Bay finally vacating the director’s chair after this entry, one might be forgiven for thinking that he would try to go out on a high of sorts; predictably though, that’s not the case.
By guest columnist k.e.n.n.y.h.
Ha ha, I like it. Not a lot….I don’t like it…
Psych! I liked it.
Illumination has given us their fourth film in the Gru-iverse (that may not be a thing, but you heard it here first) with Despicable Me 3 – The Redemption of the Minions (…okay, I made up the second part, but it’s strangely accurate.)
My Little Pony: The Movie is in theaters October 6, 2017, but the official trailer is here now (not to mention a poster, images, and a gif creator, because if we’ve gotta wait a few months we’d like to stay busy.) Check out the trailer and links below!
Weta has released a new featurette that looks at Andy Serkis’ performance and Weta’s advanced VFX technology, check out the video after the jump!
I saw the press screening of My Cousin Rachel last night and I can’t quit thinking about this movie. Based on the novel of the same name by Daphne du Maurier, the movie starts out telling us the story of a young Phillip Ashley, played by Sam Calflin. He was raised by his cousin after his parents’ death. As an adult Philip returned to his home after attending school. His cousin because ill and moved to the “sunshine” country to get away from the harsh winters of England. In Italy, he met Rachel. Rachel is beautiful, smart and not necessarily the person you think she is.