There really is a whole lot of news each week, isn’t there? This week has seem some pretty big bombs drop such as Kevin Feige working on a Star Wars, VIFF starting up, Jurassic World 3 casting news, Jason Bateman directing news, Phoebe Waller-Bridge gets a truck load of cash from Amazon news, Batman news, Wes Anderson news, and Spider-man is back in the MCU news. Let’s dive right in!
News / Comments Off on Awesome: A Gallery Of All The ’22 Jump Street’ End Credits Sequel Titles.
There’s a sentence you’d never predict you’d get to say.
The end credits of 22 Jump Street are hilarious. After an entire movie of meta humour at the expense of sequels we’re treated to title cards from all the crazy ideas that might go into an ongoing franchise. And now thanks to an Imgur user you can see them all. Hooray! Note, this doesn’t spoil the movie proper but some of these are going to be way more hilarious in context. Fair warning.
News / Comments Off on ’23 Jump Street’ is Happening; Phil Lord and Chris Miller to Produce, Unconfirmed to Direct
Some of the funniest jokes in 22 Jump Street, including an entire montage during the end credits, were all the teasing of future sequels. These were all making fun of the notion that the studio would take their success and then run it into the ground by endlessly sequelizing it.
So now the studio is taking that success and starting to endlessly sequelize it.
Movies, Reviews / Comments Off on Quick Reviews: ’22 Jump Street’ and ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’
Last weekend I did in fact see two movies but since I was taking the weekend off I didn’t write them up. It’s a bit late now, so here are some quick impressions in case you’re trying to decide what to see this weekend.
Recommends / Comments Off on Something for the Weekend: 21 Jump Street
Every time someone makes a movie out of some property from my childhood I pretty much expect it to be a cheap cash in. Call me cynical (I do) but there it is. Fortunately this isn’t always the case and 21 Jump Street is one of the best examples of what a movie version of something from my childhood can be.
Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill both shine in a great story about friendship and dealing with your past which is cleverly written full of meta humour which makes fun of basically every aspect of this kind of film making. Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller bring their awesome touch as well, the film has great timing and pacing. At the end of the day it’s hilarious and fun and a great addition to your library especially now as the sequel is due in a weeks time. You can use the links below to grab your copy and help us keep the lights on around here.
Thanks and enjoy your weekend!
Recommends / Comments Off on Something for the Weekend: How To Train Your Dragon
Two weeks hence will see the release of the sequel to one of my favourite animated movies so naturally this would be a good weekend to pick up a copy of one of my favourite animated movies.
Released in 2010 How To Train Your Dragon is one of the best “boy and his dog” movies that I’ve ever seen. Except the dog happens to be a dragon. And the dragon generally acts like a cat. Hiccup and Toothless become a symbiotic pair and eventually change the world with their friendship. It’s a great movie featuring a great performance from Jay Baruchel, and a fantastic score.
It was nominated for two Oscars (losing Best Animated Feature to Toy Story 3 and Best Score to The Social Network) and won ten Annie Awards including Best Feature.
With a sequel about to be released now is the perfect time to refresh your memory. You can use the links below to buy your copy and help us keep the lights on.
Thanks and enjoy your weekend!
Posters, Trailers / Comments Off on How To Train Your Dragon 2 Trailer + Poster: A Whole Other World Of Dragons
How To Train Your Dragon is one of my favourite Dreamworks animation films. Actually Its my favourite Dreamworks film and one of the best animated films in recent memory. Naturally then, the sequel has me pretty excited.
Let’s look at the new trailer.
Trailers / Comments Off on 22 Jump Street Red Band Trailer: Spring Break Motherfucker!
Remember how 21 Jump Street turned out to be smart and hilarious rather than just another by the numbers remake of an 80s property? Looks like the sequel might be good too. Let’s watch!
Posters / Comments Off on 22 Jump Street Poster: Golden Guns Held High
22 Jump Street has a pretty good trailer and now it’s got a pretty good poster. Let’s take a look!
Trailers / Comments Off on 22 Jump Street Red Band Trailer
21 Jump Street was one of the most surprisingly great movies of 2012 so it’s not surprising that a sequel went into production pretty quickly.
Now there’s trailers, and here’s the red band one. Definitely NSFW so put on headphones.
Podcast / Comments Off on Podcast Episode 58: WiiU, American Hustle, and The Wolf of Wall Street
We’re back with another episode of the Awesome Friday Podcast/ This week we’re talking about the WiiU as well as American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street.
As always we love to hear from you, so if you have any comments of feedback or hate mail you can leave comments here or on this episode’s page, send us an email, follow us on twitter or like us on Facebook.
Meanwhile, sit back, relax and enjoy your flight.
Posters / Comments Off on Two New Wolf of Wall Street Posters
There’s plenty of reasons to be excited about The Wolf of Wall Street: Scorsese directed, DiCaprio, Hill, and McConaughey starring, I mean what else could you ask for? And here’s two new posters. Hurrah!
Trailers / Comments Off on The Wolf of Wall Street Trailer #2 Is Becoming A Legend
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have made some great films together and it looks like they may have made another. Here’s the second trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street.
Recommends / Comments Off on Something For The Weekend: This Is The End
This Is The End is the funniest movie I’ve seen this year. That alone should be enough of a recommendation, really. Here’s what I said in my review back in June:
It’s strange to think that This Is The End is the funniest movie of the year so far. At first glance it looks like a vanity project where Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg just wanted to work with all their friends and then setting that idea against the biblical end of the world. It really feels like it shouldn’t work at all but you know what? It really really does.
To put it succinctly: I haven’t laughed that hard all year.
And I haven’t yet since. This Is The End now available to buy or rent so why not do that this weekend? Full disclosure, if you use the links below (which if you have an ad blocker turned on you may not be able to see) we’ll get a cut of the sale. That cut helps us keep the lights on and the beer fridge stocked though so, you know, please use the links below.