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
Holy crap! First shot of Andrew Garfield in Spider-ManWOW. Major geekfest, thanks to a friend on Facebook for bringing this to my attention, and Superherohype, we can now see the first shot of Andrew Garfield (Social Network, Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus) and it's freaking amazing. However, it's so weird. They seem to have reinvented the suit, to some extent, and I don't like it. It's odd. BUT, the scratches on his left cheek, could possibly indicate it coming from The Lizard, which would be pretty interesting. Rhys Ifans has been casted as Dr Connors/The Lizard, so let's see what happens with that. Looks pretty sweet though, nonetheless. Kazed
RED(2010) reviewSynopsis: When his idyllic life is threatened by a high-tech assassin, former black-ops agent Frank Moses reassembles his old team in a last ditch effort to survive. RED seemed like a cheap version of The Losers at first glance, but then get a little over 30 minutes into the film and it is actually quite the opposite. The Winners. (Oooh...That was BAD) Anyway, the film wasn't exactly the most exciting film I've seen, considering it was a graphic novel adaptation, although nothing could be as bad as X-Men Origins: Wolverine, or The Fantastic Four, the ashcanned version. But hold on a second - I'm not saying this was BAD, I'm just saying it wasn't THAT good. Don't let that detract from seeing it though, because there were several segments within the film which made me chuckle, the reason for this was the awesomeness who was Mary Louis Parker. She made me laugh. She was funny. She was HIGHLARIOUS. Aside from that, there was little in this film which was impressive, other than the stylistic (or is it now becoming generic?) Comic-Book visuals, and that one awesomehellyeahbadass scene when John McClane walks out of the car while it's moving, THAT, was impressive. Not much to mention about RED, the performances were admirable, but felt somewhat forced, like they didn't even want to be there. I mean, fine, whatever, find another film to act in, I don't care. Screw you Morgan Freeman, you weren't even in this film that much anyway. Okay film, fun plot, good performances, MLP was funny. She was. 5.5/10 Kazed