Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Jon Lucas and Scott Moore are the guys that wrote The Hangover and now they have written and directed another alcohol fueled adventure for audiences to enjoy. After hitting the jackpot in Vegas, the writing team looks to make the grade by taking their hilarious hi-jinks to a college campus where parties and 21 runs can become the stuff of legend.
Have you seen all the cool movie posters that have been coming out for Iron Man 3? These character specific posters are all pretty awesome and especially the one featuring Tony Stark himself. Make sure to pay close attention to what's going on in the background for a little bit of insight on what the future has in store for the one and only Iron Man.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The Place Beyond the Pines is the second combined effort by director Derek Cianfrance and lead actor Ryan Gosling, the first being the heart breaking love story, Blue Valentine. Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Ray Liotta, and Rose Byrne also star in a story about a group of individuals who cross paths as they struggle with their careers, family, and the legacies they will leave behind.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Sunday, February 24, 2013
When its noted that a movie is "based on a true story", you should definitely take that as a very loose definition. Sure, Snitch is rooted in fact, but director Ric Roman Waugh also pushes those boundaries quite a bit to turn an interesting story in to what becomes a more thrilling adventure involving drug cartels and highb speed car chases.
Bryan Singer is best known for directing the first three X-Men movies which were all wildly successful entries into the cinematic super hero genre. Now he is taking a giant leap into fairy tale land by turning the classic story of a young boy who stumbles upon some magic beans and turns it into an epic adventure in Jack the Giant Slayer.
Friday, February 22, 2013
Welcome to the TwoOhSix.com second annual
Academy Awards Prediction Special!
This is my second attempt at picking the winners of those famous gold "Oscar" trophies and I look forward to seeing who actually walks away with them. I have only included categories where I feel I can make a good decision while leaving out ones where I would only be guessing.
You will see the nominees for each category along with who I feel will ultimately win although you will not see who I feel is the most deserving of the awards. Those announcements will be saved for another post.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Paranormal Activity. Insidious. Dark Skies. This lineage of horror movies has been put out by a team of producers seemingly bent on scaring the crap out of audiences all over the world. Writer and director Scott Stewart takes a decidedly different approach with this movie than his previous effects driven efforts Priest and Legion.
Bless Me, Ultima is based on a novel written by acclaimed author Rudolfo Anaya and adapted for the screen by director and screenwriter Carl Franklin. Set in New Mexico during World War II, a small town is torn apart by a struggle between good and evil while a young buy experiences his own trials as he learns about life, religion, and family.
Monday, February 18, 2013
Saturday, February 16, 2013
For those of you debating exactly which theater will give you the most bang for your buck when you head out to watch Oz The Great and Powerful, I have put together some helpful information just for you.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Step right up, folks! We have reviews of all four of the major theatrical releases for the holiday weekend! Which ones are worth seeing? Are any of them worth seeing? Are there any other movies worth seeing? Read below to see our picks for the biggest date weekend of the year!
Safe Haven is being released during the Valentine's holiday weekend to capitalize on movie goers looking for an appropriately sappy date movie to cap off their night's festivities. Director Lasse Hallström hit a home run with last year's Salmon Fishing in the Yemen and looks to recreate a similar experience for audiences with the help of Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough in the lead roles.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Fans of the Die Hard franchise will be very happy to see Bruce Willis back for another turn as John McClane in A Good Day to Die Hard. Meanwhile, director John Moore is most likely hoping the iconic action hero can keep his latest effort from being as much of a total disaster as his last movie (2008's Max Payne) was.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Time to mark your calendars, the UYBC heads to Columbia City on Friday, February 22nd for another round of delicious food, awesome drinks, and general mayhem. Focusing on neighborhoods in and around the city of Seattle, this event series gives everyone a great opportunity to see new places, visit old favorites, and hang out with a constantly changing group of friends over the course of one fun-filled night.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
While the Weinstein Company is best known for releasing Quentin Tarantino films, they actually have a very diverse roster of movies that now includes an entry into the very competitive animated feature category. Escape from Planet Earth has a solid roster of voice talent as well as a full complement of all the latest technological bells and whistles that go in to making modern cartoons.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Director Seth Gordon is hoping to have as at least much success with his latest effort, Identity Thief, as he did with Horrible Bosses, his surprise hit from 2011. Reuniting with Jason Bateman and pairing him up with the outrageous antics of Melissa McCarthy is definitely a step in the right direction, but the key to any successful comedy is being able to combine all the gut busting moments with a story that keeps it from becoming a series of sketches that never add up to anything worthwhile.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Beautiful Creatures is a movie adapted for the screen from a popular novel written by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Director Richard LaGravenese had a tall task ahead of him in pleasing hardcore fans of the book while looking to draw in a new audience all while putting relatively unknown actors, Alice Englert and Alden Ehrenreich in the lead roles of Lena Duchannes and Ethan Wate respectively.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Over the last year and a half, Steven Soderbergh has released three very distinct movies (Haywire, Magic Mike, and Contagion), all of which received a fair amount of both criticism and acclaim. With Side Effects, the director goes boldly in to the world of the pharmaceutical industry and creates a thriller with so many twists and turns, you may feel like you need a prescription yourself to figure it all out.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away a whole bunch of stuff happened across many planets and several star systems. There was talk of trade routes, mentions of far off regions, and a core section of colonies and planets that held most of the galaxy's inhabitants.
Have you ever wondered how all these planets and systems would be laid out across the now famous fictional galaxy that George Lucas first imagined back in the early 70's? Well, now you can see for yourself thanks to an amazing map that was posted on DiscoveryNews.com.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Here it is folks, we have put together a collection of our favorite commercials from Sunday's big game. Sure, the Baltimore Ravens pulled out a dramatic victory overt the San Francisco 49ers, but everyone was glued to their television sets whenever there was a break in the action. The real action is seeing what the big money spenders had in store for one of the biggest audiences in television history.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Based on an incredible true story of survival, The Impossible shows how a devastating natural disaster can test the will of a family on the most basic level of survival. Director Juan Antonio Bayona (The Orphanage) does his best to recreate the devastation of the 2004 Thailand tsunami while Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor turn in powerful performances as vacationing couple Maria and Henry.