It was announced today by Don Carmody Television (DCTV) that they have once again teamed up with The Boondock Saints creator Troy Duffy to revive franchise for television. There will also be an exclusive fan-focused pre-order campaign of the newly reimagined installment -...
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Another Narnia will be hitting theaters, and, this time, director Joe Johnston ("Captain America: The First Avenger") will be behind the wheel. The film will be "Narnia: The Silver Chair". Mark Gordon, who will be partnering with TriStar Pictur...
Paramount Pictures will be moving ahead with production for a sequel to "World War Z", the zombie-themed thriller starring Brad Pitt. The official statement hasn't been made yet, but expected to be done in a few weeks. It was reported last year that the se...
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As we see these people vying for their place in the family...the audience can easily become caught up in the awkwardness of it all. With a somewhat perverse reverse Oedipus complex dynamic occurring on a regular basis.
While this is a typical zombie movie, I like that the plot incorporated a few new concepts into the story.
The Founder may evoke sympathy for the McDonald brothers and their descendants and may turn fans of McDonald’s off the franchise, as it left me angry and sad and tired of greedy people and the corporations they run.
A lot of younger faces are introduced to this new film (Underworld: Blood Wars), in the hopeful attempt to bring in a more youthful audience to the series as most of their fans have grown up.
Although the plot itself (a mentally ill man kidnapping girls) has been done before and isn’t that much of an engaging storyline, the film succeeds because of McAvoy’s extraordinary acting skills.