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Movie Trailer: Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

In “Ant-Man” viewers were surprised with a small (and giant) Thomas the Tank Engine having a profound impact in the action and in its sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp, a giant PEZ dispenser is served up for recognizable laughs. What else Marvel Studios has in store in their latest addition to their cinematic universe isn’t…

Movie Review: Unlocked (2017)

London. One of the nerve centers of world government. Home of the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral and Buckingham Palace. Home of black cabs and the Tube. Home to a thousand nationalities and one of the most cosmopolitan metropolises in the world. Home of the elastic ruler, the clockwork lamppost and the inflatable knitting…

Movie Review: Ant-Man (2015)

Ant-Man is an engagingly decent entry into the Marvel/Disney Studios lexicon, fitting comfortably between “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Thor: The Dark World” and with the hero’s inclusion in the upcoming third Avengers picture, should build its status immeasurably. It also allows another actor with no action status, Paul Rudd, to cut his teeth on…

Movie Trailer #2: Ant-Man (2015)

Much better. With this first full trailer for Ant-Man, the overdose of sentimentality found in the teaser trailer has been pushed aside and in its place comes some of the action and the introduction of a villain. The villain is identified as Darren Cross (Corey Stoll), a defense contractor who manufactures the ultimate secret weapon…

Movie Trailer: Ant-Man (2015)

Well, it’s here. The trailer for Marvel’s Ant-Man that was teased by the ant-sized (and ant-brained, if you ask me) teaser trailer last week is here. But don’t expect much from it other than the film’s star, Paul Rudd, sporting a perplexed look for most of it, Michael Douglas looking a lot like his father…

Movie Review: Last Vegas (2013)

Last Vegas, despite the clunky title and a tried-and-true plot, has plenty of funny moments, due mostly to the charm and enthusiasm of its aging cast and the script itself, by Dan Fogelman. But is it inspiring? A laugh-out-loud comedy? Well, no and no — but it still mostly works, at least as well as…

Movie Review: Haywire (2011)

Casting for Steven Soderbergh’s latest film, Haywire must’ve started with an all-star poker match. Inviting talents like Channing Tatum, Michael Douglas, Antonio Banderas, Michael Fassbender, and Ewan McGregor for beer and gambling, the director, confident with his hand, decided to raise the ante. “How about we make this interesting? Relativity Media dumped me with a…

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