0This is Stupid:This is Love:I like the way this looks. Sure, it may look like a typical rom-com type dealie, but the cast is something to admire. Crazy Stupid Love releases in September. Kazed
Hi-res Amazing Spider-Man (2012) imagesEarlier today some images for The Amazing Spider-Man had found their way online. Now, Entertainment Weekly have gotten their hands on a bunch of HQ pics which look amazing. Check them out, you can use left/right to navigate through the gallery.
These look absolutely brilliant. I like this. You should too. Share it with your friends by using the links on the right >> Kazed
NEW Amazing Spider-Man (2012) images onlineCheck these babies out, courtesy of TotalFilm. They're a little crappy in quality, but you can still make out what's going on in the images. Use left/right to navigate through the gallery.
Sweet stuff. Still a little odd they're doing a reboot so soon, but then again, anything can top that last atrocity. You can follow me on Twitter on @kazed2010
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0First off, I'd like to apologise for the lack of activity on Movieville.org the past week or so, there's been a lot of problems off set! Going into watch X: First Class, I had relatively no expectations, but knowing that Matthew Vaughn (Stardust, Kick-Ass) had directed it was enough for me to want to watch. James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender undeniably had the best chemistry in the film, and casting them for Charles Xavier/Professor X and Erik Lehnsherr/Magneto, respectively was a stroke of genius. I definitely thought this was one of the best Marvel adaptations to date, and definitely tops the past X-Men films, ESPECIALLY that atrocity Wolverine, probably the worst film in the franchise. Although, strictly speaking, the film is actually supposed to be both a reboot AND a prequel to the original franchise, so I suppose this technically isn't a part of the franchise... or is it? Performance-wise it was quite strong, apart from the wooden acting from January Jones, playing the hotness that is Emma Frost, and Jennifer Lawrence playing Mystique. Slightly disappointed with Lawrence's performance, seeing as Mystique was quite a prominent character in the film. X: First Class was an outstanding film with a few minor flaws, but other than that, it was a great film to start the 'Summer of Blockbusters'. Oh, by the way, don't make the mistake of waiting after the credits for a special bonus, it won't come. I give this, a 8.5/10. Kazed.