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Saturday
Nov192011

'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1' review - Vampires, vixens, and why you should never, ever have sex with the undead

“I’m a professional, damnit,” I thought to myself as the screening began to fill with fans eager in a way that I could never hope to be, passionate beyond logic or reason. The Twilight fans are protestors without a cause, ready to defend their right to love these movies despite everything the films throws at the audience.

The previous movies in the Twilight series are deeply flawed films, but I would never say that to the faces of a ravenous crowd of the series’ fans, at least not while I was unarmed. The source material, of which I have endured through, is a technical mess, with numerous narrative problems. And yet here we are, four movies deep and well over a billion dollars in profits later.

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Tuesday
Nov152011

'Underworld: Awakening' poster and trailer - Kate Beckinsale returns

A new poster is out for Underworld: Awakening, and if you haven’t seen the trailer yet, you should. Kate Beckinsale is back to reprise her role as Selene, last seen in the second movie of the series since Underworld capped their trilogy hat with a prequel, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. In my opinion, Beckinsale and the character Selene were made for each other, and Beckinsale rocks this role harder than anything else I’ve seen her in (remember Van Helsing? Yeah, I don’t want to either).

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Wednesday
Aug182010

Dylan Dog: Dead of Night trailer is horrible; Brandon Routh can't act

Brandon Routh seems like a really nice guy in interviews, but he's lifeless as hell when you put him in front of a camera. He looks good, but the Ken doll in Toy Story 3 was capable of more emotion. He certainly looked enough like Christopher Reeves to play the Man of Steel, but hasn't nabbed a significant role in the four years since Superman Returns hit theaters. Judging by the first trailer for Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, it's not hard to see why.

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