This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe rundown the Summer of Action, give their wishlist for the SHIELD TV show, the cashing in of the Star Wars movies, awesome DVD box sets, Aaron Cross’ epic quest for drugs in The Bourne Legacy and much more.
The last big Summer blockbuster, and one of our most anticipated movies of the year, Expendables 2 exploded into theaters this past weekend and Zach, Chris and Joe give you their thoughts (*Spoiler Warning*) on all the awesome action, from incredible opening action sequence to the finale which features the mind bottling fight between Stallone and Van Damme.
The Summer of Action goes out with a bang with The Expendables 2, Total Recall and The Bourne Legacy all coming out this month.
Arguably the most anticipated movie of the year, The Dark Knight Rises is the epic conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s brilliant Dark Knight Trilogy, which hit an impossibly high note with The Dark Knight four years ago. Did The Dark Knight Rises live up to the insanely high expectations?
It’s been five years since Spider-Man 3 killed the Sam Raimi Spidey trilogy and Sony decided to reboot the franchise with a whole new cast and a return to Spidey’s origins with The Amazing Spider-Man. Was it worth restarting the franchise or should more time have passed before another attempt?
The Summer of Action is in full swing with probably the only movie that come close to matching The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, and also the return to crazy over the top violence for Oliver Stone and the reboot of Spider Man.
The secret life of Abraham Lincoln as a vampire hunter is revealed in the latest movie from Wanted director Timur Bekmambatov but it probably should have stayed secret, or at least in the pages of the original book.
The Summer of Action continues in June with Prometheus and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter along with a bunch of comedies and dramedies.
There are some movies that cannot be contained by the regular Everything Actioncast and The Avengers is definitely one of those movies. Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe spend almost an hour talking about nothing but Joss Whedon’s triumphant culmination of the Marvel movie universe.
The “Summer of Action” kicks off this weekend in the biggest way possible as Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and Hulk finally team up and form The Avengers.