Saving Private Ryan gets a 4K release this week along with the anime inspired animated Batman movie, Batman Ninja and more.
Duncan Jones is back with a “spiritual successor” to his debut film, Moon, the Blade Runneresque Mute, where Alexander Skarsgard plays a bartender in 2052 Berlin who goes on a hunt for his missing girlfriend and runs afoul of the local criminal gang.
Captain Colter Stevens awakes from a helicopter crash in Afghanistan to find that he’s been unwittingly put into a top secret project where he’s tasked to relive the same 8 minutes on a train in Chicago to discover the identity of a terrorist bomber.
It’s time again to honor the best and worst of the past year with the awards you actually care about. Who will win Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the Year? Read on to find out.
“Listen, I’m bleeding chips. I’m not going to last much longer. You have a better chance. I’ll stake you. I’m saying I’ll give you the money to keep going. Just one thing: you pull it off, the CIA brings him in”
Following in the heels of Source Code, another recent movie, The Adjustment Bureau is heading to the small screen as well as an action “classic”, Universal Soldier.
This week on the show, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the on going Netflix troubles, Drive, The Lion King, obscure horror movies, deep cuts from Jason Statham, Liam Neeson punching a wolf, the latest from Clint Eastwood and so much more.
Unlike last week, there’s actually a bunch of stuff out this week, including our Pick of the Week, Source Code.
This week the whole gang of Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe are on to talk about a ton of Batman news, what everyone’s been watching over the past week and talk about The Fast and The Furious franchise and the movies it’s spawned (like Torque and Biker Boyz).
Russell Brand dominated the box office this weekend as Hop remained in first place and Arthur coming in second. Your Highness, meanwhile, opened at a disappointing sixth place.