5 to 7: Hit A young novelist (Anton Yelchin) begins a relationship with a married woman (Berenice Marlohe) with whom he can only meet between the hours of 5 and 7 each day. This is not a typical love story and we appreciate it. The premise is somewhat off putting but it pulls you in. We absolutely adore Anton Yelchin so mostly any movie he … Continue reading Bulls eye, Hit, or Miss: New Releases for the Week of July 27th
A little late but better late than never! Here is our review on Marvel’s newest epic, Ant-Man Continue reading Ant-Man Reviewed
It Follows: Bulls Eye A young woman is followed by an unknown supernatural force after she sleeps with someone. It is an original idea that uses it’s ambiguous retro style to make it different than other current horror movies Like the music in the movie The Guest, It Follows relies heavily on it’s fantastic soundtrack to create a certain feel to the movie It does … Continue reading Bulls eye, Hit, or Miss: New Releases for the Week of July 20th
We saw earlier this week a leak of the Ant-man post credit scene featuring Captain America, Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The only problem for a lot of people is that it was in Spanish. Here we have it in English! We also have the mid-credit scene featuring wasp! Click here for that. Continue reading Ant-Man Post Credit Scene in English!
With the premiere of Marvel’s Ant-Man we get to see 2 scenes post movie. The end credits leaked earlier this week in Spanish, we have found an English link here But there was a mid-credit featuring none other than the future of wasp! Check it out below! Continue reading Ant-Man Mid-Credit Scene Revealing Wasp!
Tom Hardy stars as identical twin gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray who are notorious gangsters in the 50’s and 60’s. We’ve been keeping our eye on this movie for a little while and with each new trailer we get more excited. Check out the brand new trailer here: Continue reading New “Legend” Trailer starring Tom Hardy and….Tom Hardy
Ex Machina: Bulls Eye Young programmer Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson) is hired by Nathan (Oscar Issac), the leader of a technological phenomenon, to test out the humanistic qualities of an A.I program he has developed. The setting of the movie itself was glorious. Although it mimicked the story, we appreciated the lack of outside world throughout the movie. The A.I’s are phenomenal. They look so realistic … Continue reading Bulls eye, Hit, or Miss: New Releases for the Week of July 13th