Christopher Plummer

Movie Review: Priest (2011)

The last time that former visual effects technician Scott Charles Stewart directed Paul Bettany in a motion picture, the result was 2010’s quite literally God-awful “Legion.” Loosely based on the South Korean comic series of the same name, 2011’s Priest is an improvement over “Legion” . . . but not by much. As befitting of…

Movie Trailer: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

Yes, the first movie adaptation of the “The Millennium Trilogy” just wrapped up a year ago and a retelling is already slated for release later this year. Based off the official trailer of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (a bootlegged version arrived last week), however, this looks like a bad-ass reboot. The David Fincher…

Movie Trailer: Priest (2011)

Judging from this second trailer for Priest, no expense has been sparred for the action and look of this post-apocalyptic thriller loosely based on a popular Korean comic. In it, a warrior priest, acting against the Church’s wishes, tracks down a group of vampires that have kidnapped his niece. Helping with his endeavor is a…

Movie Review: The Last Station (2009)

It is 1910, the last year of Count Lev Nikolayevitch (Leo) Tolstoy’s life. He is 82 years old and his writing days are behind him. His work was so popular that he gained followers — nowadays they’d be called fanboys — who were known as Tolstoyans. One of the main tenets of the Tolstoyans was…

Movie Review: 9 (2009)

In the not so distant future, mankind is all but eliminated from the face of the Earth. In the similar fashion as the Terminator films, man built machines that ultimately led to his and all of life’s eradication. Man may be gone, however, but in his place are miniature ragdoll-like puppet creatures imbued with the…

Movie Review: Up (2009)

Admit it, you’re just like me — you really had no idea what Disney Pixar’s latest animated adventure, Up was about. For me, all I knew was it had a grumpy old man, a fat kid, a talking dog and a colorful bird in it. Oh yeah, how could I forget, there was also a…

Privacy Policy | About Us

 | Log in

Advertisment ad adsense adlogger