Matthew McConaughey has boldly gone where he has been before: a dramatic space movie. In Christopher Nolan’s new film Interstellar, McConaughey plays a slightly futuristic pilot, who will hopefully save humanity. In Contact, McConaughey is a Christian philosopher. All right, all right, all right, you might be thinking, “How dare you guys compare a Nolan film to a Robert Zemeckis movie,” but there are plenty of comparisons besides McConaughey (one pre-McConaissance, one post-McConaissance).
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No one gets Jake Gyllenhaal and Daniel Radcliffe confused. One is Maggie’s brother, and the other is Harry. This past weekend both actors had new films hit theaters. Gyllenhaal has Nightcrawler and Radcliffe has Horns. Neither movie is a superhero film, which might confuse and disorientate you just a bit, especially considering Nightcrawler is part of the X-Men universe (just not in this case).
So is it enough to do a Film Face-off just… Continue reading Film Face-off: Jake Gyllenhaal vs. Daniel Radcliffe
Revenge is a dish best served on the big screen with bad people getting what they’ve got coming to them. Forty years ago, Death Wish starring Charles Bronson came out, and it’s definitely considered one of the definitive revenge flicks of all time. Some of us at Movies.com hadn’t seen the film (such as the author of this post).
With John Wick out this past weekend, it’s the perfect time for a revenge-off… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'Death Wish' vs. 'John Wick'
In 2005 we were given the gift of the beautiful, graphic, black, white and bloody violent good time known as Sin City. People clamored for more, and Hollywood listened… eventually. Just less than a decade later, we have Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
Now we can get on with this week’s Film Face-off of Sin City versus Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, which we’ll… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'Sin City' vs. 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For'
While it’s technically not 7 p.m. on March 21, we can feel it in our bones. It’s the Purge! The night when all crime is legal for 12 hours. That’s right, we can download music, swipe a free Coke Zero at the local five and dime, or even rip off all of the tags on our mattresses at home. No consequences.
The 2013 film The Purge decided to… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'The Purge' vs. 'The Purge: Anarchy'