A Walk Among The Tombstones Trailer + Poster: Liam Neeson Outside The Law But Not In A Straight Up Action Flick

A Walk Among The Tombstones

Watch a slightly less than savoury Liam Neeson search for the men who killed the wife of a much less than savoury Dan Stevens.

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Review: A Million Ways To Die In The West

A Million Ways To Die In The West / Seth McFarlane

Seth McFarlane’s first feature film Ted was a great little film. Not perfect, but it latched onto a story trope we’d seen before (grown man needs to grow out of his immature ways, is held back by immature childhood best friend) and took its to its logical extreme (best friend is his childhood toy) and the result was both R-Rated hilarious and heartfelt but without getting too bogged down in “ugh, I’ve seen this before.” It didn’t hurt either that McFarlane’s voice performance as Ted was inspired as though he was getting every r-rated joke he’d been wanting to do on family Guy out all at once.

McFarlane’s second feature takes aim at the Wild West. It’s still R-rated and it’s still a comedy but where Ted managed to break the mold A Million Ways To Die In The West stays pretty firmly in its mold. That’s not to say it’s not funny. I laughed a bunch of times. Not enough times though, and the rest of the time I was bored.

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Huh: Liam Neeson Turned Down James Bond

Non-Stop

You know how Liam Neeson is pretty much a rock solid box office draw these days thanks to his action films like Taken and more recently Non-Stop? Turns that train could have come in the 90s when he was offered the role of James Bond for the film that would eventually become Goldeneye.

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Review: Non Stop

Non-Stop

Liam Neeson is a celebrated actor. He’s been in epic romances, costumed adventures, and important historical dramas. Lately though he’s carved out a niche for himself as a slightly older action star. There’s only one reason why this works: Liam Neeson is great. The movies he’s making are kind of dumb, heavy handed, and full of plot holes, but for some reason they just kinda work. Taken is probably the first (and best) example of this. Non-Stop is just the latest.

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Review: The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie

Sometimes you hear about a movie and you think “how are they going to do that?” because the concept is so weirdly specific or, as is the case with Lego, so enormously broad. I’m of the opinion that you can make a good movie out of anything though because, as it turns out, you totally can.

The Lego Movie is one of the best movies you are going to see this year. Bold words for the first week of February I grant you but it’s true. Run, don’t walk, to your nearest theatre with your best friends and watch as all the freedom of imagination you had as a kid is projected on screen. It’s seriously amazing.

I’m going to talk a little bit about why I loved this movie now but that’s going to entail some slight spoilers so my recommendation is that you stop reading and go watch. Ok? Ok.

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Character Posters for Seth McFarlane’s ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’

A Million Ways To Die In The West

Seth McFarlane is the undisputed king of television, or at least Fox Television, and his first big film Ted was a huge hit for good reason: it was great. His second effort, the western comedy “A Million Ways To Die In The West” is out this year and here are some character posters he released on twitter this morning.

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