Sharlto Copley and Michael Nyquist are members of a crew sent to explore Jupiter’s moon, Europa in the upcoming found footage thriller, Europa Report.
Identity Thief reclaimed the top spot at the box office this weekend while A Good Day to Die Hard plummeted to fifth place after winning the box office last weekend.
You’ve seen our Top Ten lists for the best movies of 2011 but now it’s time to see what we thought were the five worst movies of 2011, and there were lots of possible candidates.
The week after Christmas is pretty much a dumping ground for some of the worst movies of the year but, hey, at least Archer Season Two is out.
This week Zach, Chris and Joe talk about how boring space is in Apollo 18, the redundant awfulness of VR Troopers, the insanity of Big Bad Beetleborgs, awesome 80’s B action movies like Megaforce, Expendables 2 and much more.
It got shuffled around from release dates but Apollo 18 finally got released this weekend but was it the dark horse we thought it would be from the trailer or should this moon mission have remained lost?
The Help continued it’s domination of the incredibly weak early fall box office with a third week in the number one spot.
We’re definitely in the doldrums of late summer as this week’s new releases aren’t too exciting with Apollo 18, Shark Night and The Debt.
This week Zach, Chris and Joe (joined later by Brian) talk about the best movies of this year’s Summer blockbuster season, preview what the Fall has to offer, Steven Seagal: past and present, the surprisingly solid Fright Night, the failings of the Nightmare on Elm Street remake and much more.
This week Zach, Chris and Joe talk about Steven Seagal’s influence on MMA, Marvel Animation, Fast Five’s awesome kick off to Summer, Boy Meets World and this Summer’s biggest movies.