The new TERMINATOR trilogy gets dated.
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Garbage movie opens big, gets garbage sequel!
Hey, it's the worst TURTLES movie yet.
And it looks like the film already has a director.
At least it's not as bad as REVENGE OF THE FALLEN? I mean, it's still unwatchably bad.
Paramount is turning 2016 into unwanted sequel city.
I think they're making this pizza-eating ninja turtle movie too silly!
Is 2014 the year we get awe back?
It's not a thematic element of the movie, it's just one of those existential understandings you get when you realize you're going to see a fourth one of these.
It looks like the monstrous Truther is getting his first directing gig and it's on the USS Enterprise.
But it has kind of a bummer of a tagline.
Oh sweet lord, I beseech thee to save us from this doom.
See more Ninja Turtle action and hear Tony Shalhoub voice a rat.
And Tony Shalhoub is Splinter.
Darren Aronofsky on the useful myths of the Bible.
The auteur behind the strangest Bible movie ever talks about the anger of God and the state of the environment.
Looks like this film finally has its full cast.
Watch the HERCULES trailer! Read quotes from Devin's interview with The Rock!
And it's dumb.
Buy your childhoods a chastity belt.
The Age of Power Walking!
Bonus: Devin's thoughts on the Mexico City premiere of Darren Aronofsky's latest.
Christians finally realize that Darren Aronofsky's latest looks too good to be religious.
All the half-assed marketing gets washed away by this information.
"Puns are the highest form of literature." - Alfred Hitchcock
THIS LOOKS AMAZING... except for the fact that it's TRANSFORMERS 4.
Not even Bible movies get to use 'Super Bowl' in their advertising.
When will studios catch up to the 21st century when it comes to materials?
Martin Scorsese flexes his muscles. makes another all-time great film.
But it's not as funny as ANCHORMAN.
Christopher Nolan's next film gets an actually awesome trailer.
Did Jerry Bruckheimer finally get the banana out of this movie's tailpipe?
But he says it was mostly the studio's fault.
It ends in a lot of CGI.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5 gets a release date one week after EPISODE VII.
It still stars Patrick Swayze. You just can't see him.
Now if we could get him writing it...
Now this is how you cut a trailer.
Marky Mark and the clunky bunch.
The story of how TV's comedy queen greenlit STAR TREK.
The big scifi movie has a social issue edge to it!
They're resurrecting the film on a double bill with the atrocious STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS for one week only.
Has Paramount learned the lesson of JACK REACHER?
Let's get original!, cries Bones.
The next TREK will warp away from Kurtzman, Orci and Lindelof. Find out who could be steering the Starship Enterprise now.
Maybe they can finally get it correct this time, right guys?
Schwarzenegger vants to make all de movies.
Derek Mears could be back to play Jason.
Oddly enough, it's all thanks to INTERSTELLAR.
The reboot looks less rebooty when you see Optimus Prime's truck form from TRANSFORMERS 4.
This looks like an horror-themed holosuite program.
An attempt to understand what exactly is and is not a spoiler in a modern narrative.
A message from the News Team.
Devin gets very spoilery as he explains why STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS is a dumb, bad movie.
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS' IMDB page gives 'the secret' away.
News you already knew.
The latest Marvel movie kept is secrets by not rubbing them in our faces.
IBM does atomic-level TREK art, Chris Pine gives them atomic-level wedgies.
Let's get into a good old fashioned nerd argument pitting the original STAR TREK versus the reboot!
A black comedy on steroids, PAIN & GAIN is Michael Bay's true calling.
A spy film so authentic, its title gets lost in your mouth.
Things are looking bad for the crew of the Enterprise, and possibly movie audiences.
Paramount's latest TREK character poster digs deep into the Photoshop effects.
This one spoils the death of everyone.
That was Benedict Cumberbatch the whole time, guys!
Shouldn't we warn them or something?
Devin has seen about 20 minutes of this summer's big zombie movie. What did he think?
Paramount's GI JOE sequel attempts to course correct from the first film. Does it succeed?
Rage-infected pixels threaten the world in the new Brad Pitt movie.
The latest TREK trailer shows off some of its influences, Alice Eve in underwear.
Hopefully with even more forced swearing and incestuous undertones.
I kind of hope they didn't tell him it's a comedy.
Khan will have his vengeance.
Probably not. But maybe.
Featuring the destruction of the Enterprise.
Looks like no sequel for the Tom Cruise movie.
"It's not a reboot," Michael Bay says.
Empire Magazine gets the non-scoop on the TREK sequel.
The trailer for the new Michael Bay movie is actually great.
A screengrab from the new trailer may give it all away.
And Devin explains why this niggling detail is, philosophically, a big deal.
Devin's seen the opening of the Brad Pitt zombie movie. Is it any good?
Is it Khan?
The film is looking to lose $50m, becoming Dreamworks Animation's biggest flop. Devin feels that's kind of unfair.
An examination of the strangely similar themes in Ang Lee's LIFE OF PI and John Ford's THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE.
And a mysterious trench-coated figure!
The Alamo Drafthouse is playing Bass' bugfuck crazy film.. and the rarely seen original trip out ending sequence.
And no, it doesn't tell us who the bad guy is.
Don't let the shitty title and uninspired marketing fool you - this is a great animated adventure movie.
Paramount debuts first 9 minutes of the film on December 14th.
A fanmade trip through the history of the franchise.. in blocky, Lego-like figures.
Devin and Steve from Collider talk about RISE OF THE GUARDIANS, Dreamworks' excellent new animated film.
The delayed toy movie gets a new international trailer that keeps me excited. Even though I know better.
Fill in all the plane crash words to describe how bad this move is.
The latest found footage scare film is a boring piece of shit.
Or his voice, anyway. Bay reacts to some Hugo Weaving comments.
And yes, that's still the title.
Devin runs down the ten most incredible moments in the episodes and movies featuring Kirk and company.