beatbandito wrote:Directed by
Well yes. The surprising part is that's Martin Scorsese's 51-year-old daughter directing a terrible indie superhero movie, not the 16-year-old one.
kaijusaurus wrote:JET JAGUAR and ANDROID M-11 are BACK! Robert Scott-Field (M-11 in Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah) stars in Jet Jaguar: Project M11, a new short film by Shingo Maehata, director of Zella: Monster Martial Law. The short will screen at G-Fest XXII later this month!
Mothra wrote:Ghostbusters waaaas okaaaay
As feared, it's got a really by-the-numbers action movie plot that regularly interrupts the fun character moments and general around-fucking. The banter is definitely the highlight, and the sole source of good comedy, since all the setpiece gags are just really safe and boring (with the exception of the ghost-on-the-shoulders bit).
McCarthy was easily the funniest, so, a lot of your enjoyment will come from how much you like her delivery. This movie is basically at its best in the low-stakes middle, where they're just working out the basics of bustin'.
The climax is compleeeete shlock, with like zero jokes and lots of slow-mo spin-pans as all four fire proton beams into oncoming warrior ghosts (not kidding). It is awful. Also, worth noting that the CG in this is distractingly bad, particularly everything involving slime.
Sooo, yeah, not really worth seeing in theaters, but it's perfectly enjoyable until the shlocky ending.
Grath wrote:So Doctor Strange was good.
Shanghai Joe is a Chinese immigrant and martial arts master who heads to America looking for work, and ends up in the heart of the old west. Forced to deal with the intolerance of racist gunslingers, it’s only a matter of time before he unleashes his fists of fury on their hillbilly asses. When Joe frees some Mexican slaves, a group of knife throwing bounty hunters are sent after him (including a creepy Klaus Kinski) and an evil kung fu master sets out to track him down. Featuring wild fight scenes, over-the-top violence, and an excellent spaghetti western soundtrack by Bruno Nicolai.
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