Summer 2013 closes out with a couple of highly anticipated movies, Elysium and The World’s End, along with some YA adaptations, conspiracy thrillers and comic book adaptations
Zach and Joe engage a neural handshake and enter The Drift to talk about one their most anticipated movies of the summer, Pacific Rim.
The bar for “Die Hard in the White House” movies was set incredibly high by Olympus Has Fallen earlier this year and not only does White House Down not match it, it trips and face plants on it’s way to try and match it.
Ashton Kutcher is the late Steve Jobs in a biopic following the Apple founder’s rise from college dropout to technology god.
John Travolta plays a Serbian veteran of the Bosnian war that lures American vet, Robert De Niro into a trap in order to get revenge in the upcoming thriller, Killing Season.
When an accident at the factory he works at gives him only five days to live, blue collar worker Max straps on an exo skeleton and heads off to infiltrate the space station Elysium, where the technology enjoyed by the wealthy could save his life, if he can survive the fight to it.
Magicians and heists seems like a perfect match and while Now You See Me is nowhere near a perfect movie, it’s a light and fun heist movie with a great cast and lots of tricks.
One of the most anticipated action movies and one of the most anticipated comedies are out this month with Man of Steel and This is the End, along with Monsters University, World War Z, White House Down and more.
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.
After a weirdly serious first trailer, this new trailer for White House Down seems like it captures the true tone of the movie, it has much more buddy cop style humor and more over the top action.