Clash of the Titans has become infamous for it’s terrible 3D conversion and it was a pretty terrible movie by itself. Can Wrath of the Titans improve on it or should the franchise be as dead as the Krakken?
April has become the warm up for the Summer blockbuster season and this April we have the first Jason Statham movie of the year, Guy Pearce infiltrating a space prison and the former highest grossing movie of all time returning to theaters in 3D.
Pretty much nothing coming out this week on DVD and Blu Ray, unless you’re really excited for War Horse or We Bought A Zoo.
Seth McFarlane makes his theatrical directorial debut with Ted, the story of a man and his foul mouthed teddy bear. McFarlane also stars along with Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis.
One of the greatest musical movie moments of the 80’s, this week we feature the lovable misfits of the Lambda Lambda Lambda frat and their radical electronic entry into the Adams College talent show.
Hunger Games continued it’s box office domination with another $58 million while Wrath of the Titans and Mirror, Mirror both had pretty mediocre debuts.
Our first look at the upcoming remake/new take on the Phillip K Dick story, “We Can Remember it Wholesale for You”, which was made famous in 1990 with the Arnold classic and this new version finds Colin Farrell in the role of Douglas Quaid, who becomes hunted after trying to get a spy adventure embedded into his brain by the Rekall company.
A cancer scare and Don can’t get no satisfaction on this week’s “Mad Men”.