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Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

Built as either a shot to attain a loftier reputation or as penance for afflicting four goddamned “Shrek” movies upon the populace (perhaps both), Dreamworks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon 2 finds the red-headed stepchild studio attempting to go full Pixar and widen the emotional scope of what has been, to date, probably their…

Movie Review: The Art of the Steal (2013)

Kurt Russell (“Grindhouse: Deathproof”) leads a cast of con men (and a woman), including Jay Baruchel (“This Is the End“), Matt Dillon (“Armored“), Chris Diamantopoulos (“The Three Stooges“), Katheryn Winnick (“Stand Up Guys“) and Kenneth Welsh (“Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer“) in The Art of the Steal, a complicated, mildly entertaining heist picture…

Movie Trailer: How to Train Your Dragon 2 (2014)

The full theatrical trailer for DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon 2 has arrived and with it comes more dragon goodness. With the dragons fully integrated into his village, Hiccup now travels the lands in search of new adventures with his feisty dragon Toothless. From appearances it looks like they find two (although time…

Movie Review: This Is the End (2013)

Wow. Who knew the End of Days would be filled with giant sinkholes, oversexed demons, the proliferation of the “F” word and a cameo appearance by the Backstreet Boys bathed in a thick haze of burnt high-grade weed? And who knew how the final judgment would affect a group of young comic actors, including James…

Red Band Movie Trailer: This is the End (2013)

So as to not let all the footage of their upcoming apocalyptic comedy This is the End go to waste, the boys starring in it (and Sony Pictures) have dropped a red-band trailer for it before the expected end of the world. From it we can deduce, the apocalypse affects young Hollywood as much as…

Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

Of all the problems you want in your village, probably the last one would be having dragons destroying your crops and livestock. In How to Train Your Dragon, a wonderful animated film from DreamWorks Animation studio based on a novel by Cressida Cowell, these pesky creatures ignore the no-fly zone and create havoc in the…

Movie Trailer: Goon (2011)

Every hockey team has an enforcer or two — a couple of guys who don’t have the best stick handling or skating skills but can kick the ass of those who do. In Goon that’s Doug Glatt. As a member of the lowly Halifax Highlanders, his responsibility is to wreak havoc on opposing teams while…

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