Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

Movie Review: Gods of Egypt (2016)

Forgive me if I have a “The Ten Commandments” flashback for a moment. The 1956 film (the last directed by the legendary Cecil B. DeMille) was one the the ultimate Biblical treatments to take place in Egypt. With Academy Award winners Charlton Heston (“Ben-Hur”) and Yul Brynner (“The King and I”), plus actors who should…

Movie Review: Oblivion (2013)

In choppy, frizzed, black and white video, Sally, a boisterous leader with a southern drawl asks, “Are you still an effective team?” Agreeably, the woman on the other end of the line, Victoria, responds with a nod and Sally labors forward with technical orders. But I too, can respond to this inquiry in agreement. Director…

Movie Review: Mama (2013)

If a horror film’s story is strong enough, then there is no need for it to resort to “cheap scream” techniques to manipulate the audience. A loud, closing door during a quiet period will elicit the same scream as will a figure walking by a window with a sudden, shrieking violin. There is no earthly…

Movie Trailer: Oblivion (2013)

In Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion, the surface of the Earth is laid barren due to an alien invasion. Tom Cruise stars as Jack Harper, a soldier sent to the surface to do inspections, partially for a reinhabitation; partially for straggler cleanup. The trailer from Universal Pictures offers a glimpse to the vast, desolate world and to…

Movie Trailer: Mama (2013)

Feral girls, a mangled spectre and a creepy locale make for the setup of Guillermo del Toro’s latest horror film Mama. For it an international trailer was released today by Universal Pictures (complete with Spanish subtitles) and there are more than enough elements contained within to make one feel uncomfortable. Unfortunately, most of these elements…

Movie Review: Headhunters (2011)

Headhunters (directed by Morten Tyldum) is a crime thriller based on Jo Nesbo’s 2008 best seller of the same name and produced by the people that brought us the movie adaption’s of the Stieg Larsson trilogy. Don’t let that fact fool you into expecting more of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” however, as Headhunters…

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