Tons of stuff out this week including a bunch of movies new to Blu Ray (like our Pick of the Week, The Lion King) and a bunch of special editions and collections.
When you need a drug kingpin from south of the border, there is really no other choice but Joaquim De Almeida.
Shocking no one, Pirates took the top spot at the box office this weekend but was not as huge an opening as the previous couple films in the franchise.
Thor managed to hold onto the top spot against a strong opening from Bridesmaids while Priest seems to have been ill released as a Summer blockbuster.
The bar for this Summer’s blockbusters has been set extremely high by Fast Five and Thor. Can Priest reach those standards or should it have been released in earlier in the year like Paul Bettany’s previous actioner Legion?
Being the first major blockbuster of Summer 2011, Thor handily took the top spot at the box office this weekend.
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.
If Fast Five is any indication of how this year’s Summer is going to go, it’s going to be one hell of an awesome ride.
Fast Five kicked off the big Summer movies with a record breaking $83.6 million, destroying it’s competition and making it the best Fast & Furious debut.
According to it’s trailers, Summer Blockbuster Season has been officially kicked off by Fast Five, which is getting surprisingly high marks from critics.