While not as explosive or block buster shattering as it was last year, we’re still getting a good solid crop of comic book adaptations coming out soon, starting with Iron Man 3. So which movie are you anticipating the most? Are you on board with Tony Stark and his legion of armors or are you excited for Superman’s second cinematic brawl against his fellow Kryptonian, Zod? Perhaps you’re itching for that ultra violent ass kicking that Kick-Ass 2 is sure to deliver or are you eagerly waiting for the Ernest-esque Wolverine’s vacation to Japan? What about a true sequel to Sin City that we’ve all been waiting for for the last decade? Are you excited for Thor and Loki’s team up in Thor: The Dark World more than Bruce Willis and John Malkovich’s team up in Red 2?
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Byung-hun Lee is a powerhouse actor in South Korea, but he’s been getting a lot of well-deserved international recognition as well. His work in the previous G.I. Joe film is easily glossed over because the movie was a mess and he barely played a part in it. It appears though that more focus is being put on his character’s rivalry with his fellow movie ninja, Snake Eyes, thus making their roles more prevalent than before. In fact, I would go as far as to say most of us who are willing to watch this sequel are probably looking forward to their ninja duels more so than either Bruce Willis or Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Continue Reading
The road to getting this movie out was tumultuous. First, nobody wanted a sequel after the mess that was G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra, even though the last five minutes of that movie did a pretty good job of setting up the next installment. Then once this sequel got made and was ready to roll, they postponed its premiere for another year to make a post-converted 3-D version of the film. Continue Reading
Ninjas, yawwwwwwn. Sure, they used to enthrall us back when we all thought we could grow up to be master assassins with cool monikers like Black Tiger or White Black Tiger, but now we all know it takes a lot of years just to learn how to stand on still water and who has the patience for that? Continue Reading
Bruce Willis and his merry band of geriatric ex-operatives reunite in this sequel to Red, a surprisingly fun action flick from 2010. This alone is probably no cause for celebration, but the second film pits the likes of John McClaine against Judge Dredd, Hannibal Lector, and Storm Shadow so the fanboy in me is ready to burst out of my chest and expose itself to years of ridicule from its peers and skip out on gym class by forging doctor’s notes. Continue Reading