Jonah Hill and Miles Teller are buddies from Miami who weasel their way into a massive contract with the US government to provide arms to the Afghan military in the upcoming, based on a true story, dark comedy from Todd Phillips.
It’s the 8th Annual Kick Ass Awards and, unlike some other awards that shall not be named, we honor the best and worst of movies you’ve actually seen and care about. Who will win the coveted Ass Kicker of the Year and Kick Ass Movie of the Year awards? Read on to find out.
You’ve seen the Everything Action crew’s Top Ten movies of 2013 but now it’s time to see what the worst movies of 2013 were.
Zach, Chris and Joe close out 2013 by talking about their top ten movies of the year, the worst movies of the year and a look ahead to 2014.
With director Ridley Scott, writer Cormac McCarthy and stars Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz, you would think we have one of the best movies of the year, but looks can be deceiving.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe try to figure out if James Spader is cold and robotic enough to play Ultron, Fast & Furious getting to Expendables level of casting, the in your face awfulness of Pain & Gain, Dinobots, how long a Westworld show could last, the horrors of Snakes on a Train and much more.
A few cult classics arrive on Blu ray this week along with TV like Sons of Anarchy and, our Pick of the Week, The Walking Dead Season 3.
Will Smith and Martin Lawrence co-star in the over the top, explosion filled sequel to Bad Boys, which you can watch in full right here, thanks to Crackle.
Star Trek Into Darkness took the top spot at the box office, coming in right on par with the first movie while Iron Man 3 crossed the $1 billion mark worldwide.
The Great Gatsby had a solid opening but was unable to take down Iron Man 3, which is well on it’s way to earning over $1 billion worldwide.