Gina Carano uses her particular set of skills to try and rescue her husband after he’s kidnapped during their honeymoon in the Caribbean.
It’s time once again for us to give out awards you actually care about to movies you’ve actually seen in the 7th Annual Kick Ass Awards.
Identity Thief easily took the top spot at the box office this weekend with one of the best openings of the year and one of the best openings for an R rated comedy.
When she’s betrayed by the organization she works for, Mallory Kane goes on the warpath across Europe and the US to take everyone down.
This week on the podcast Zach, Chris and Joe, back from holiday break, talk about the jam packed slate of Marvel movies for the next couple years and the complete lack thereof of DC movies, how awesome Michael Fassbender is, the pros/cons of Ghost Rider, Rocket Raccoon, the personal life of JCVD and much more.
The first week in May is pretty slow for New Releases with Haywire and most of the good Tim Burton movies in one convenient pack.
Liam Neeson continues his string of early year action hits with The Grey easily taking the number one spot at the box office this weekend.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about British comedies, debate the merits of Series 2 of Luther, UFC on FX, the Oscar nominations, Resident Evil, the epic team up of MC Hammer and Deion Sanders, the new seasons of Archer and Justified and much more.
Steven Soderbergh enters the action genre with Haywire, starring former American Gladiator and MMA fighter Gina Carano. As you might expect when you have an MMA fighter for your star, the fights are great, but what about the rest of the movie?
People still apparently like the Underworld franchise as it was the number one movie at the box office, followed by Red Tails and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close got a massive bump from it’s wide release.