What if Superman never existed? Set two generations before the destruction of Superman’s home planet, KRYPTON follows Seg-El (Cameron Cuffe), the legendary Man of Steel’s grandfather, who is faced with a life and death conflict – save his home planet or let it be destroyed in order to restore the fate of his future grandson. With Krypton’s leadership in disarray and the House of El ostracized, Seg must balance the quest to redeem his family’s honor and protect the ones he loves while being challenged by familiar DC characters Brainiac (Blake Ritson) and Earthly time-traveler Adam Strange (Shaun Sipos). KRYPTON is from Warner Horizon Scripted Television and is executive produced by David S. Goyer (Man of Steel, The Dark Knight Trilogy) alongside Cameron Welsh. In addition to Cuffe, Sipos and Ritson, the show also stars Georgina Campbell, Elliot Cowan, Ann Ogbomo, Rasmus Hardiker, Wallis Day, Aaron Pierre and Ian McElhinney.Read More
Time Trap follows a group of students venture into the deep caves of remote Texas to locate a favorite archaeology professor who inexplicably has gone missing while searching for the Fountain of Youth. In the course of their pursuit, the group unwittingly rappels into a break in the space-time continuum, where time passes much slower than on the surface. With no hope for rescue, they descend further into the cave and uncover the most coveted urban legend in history and find themselves in the crossfire for its control.Read More
Four years after the Jurassic World theme park was closed down, Owen and Claire return to Isla Nublar to save the dinosaurs when they learn that a once dormant volcano on the island is active and is threatening to extinguish all life there. Along the way, Owen sets out to find Blue, his lead raptor, and discovers a conspiracy that could disrupt the natural order of the entire planet. Life has found a way, again.Read More
While racing toward the town of Red Rock in post-Civil War Wyoming, bounty hunter John "The Hangman" Ruth (Kurt Russell) and his fugitive prisoner (Jennifer Jason Leigh) encounter another bounty hunter (Samuel L. Jackson) and a man who claims to be a sheriff. Hoping to find shelter from a blizzard, the group travels to a stagecoach stopover located on a mountain pass. Greeted there by four strangers, the eight travelers soon learn that they may not make it to their destination after all.Read More
After rescuing Han Solo from the palace of Jabba the Hutt, the rebels attempt to destroy the second Death Star, while Luke struggles to make Vader return from the dark side of the Force.
WE ARE Perfume WORLD TOUR 3rd DOCUMENT follows the all-girl pop trio on a two-month international live tour. While travelling around the globe to cities across Asia, Europe, and the United States, audiences will see Perfume’s powerful live performances and catch never before seen behind-the-scenes footage.Read More
This year’s “Tribeca Talks” include conversations with acclaimed filmmakers and some of the most discussed names in the entertainment industry including Christopher Nolan, George Lucas, Harvey Weinstein, Cary Fukunaga, Brad Bird, Gus Van Sant, Catherine Martin, Stephen Colbert, Courtney Love,Read More
Frank, Zoe and their team (Donald Glover, Sarah Bolger and Evan Peters) take matters into their own hands, launching a rogue attempt to recreate their experiment, during which things go terribly wrong and one of their own, Zoe, is horrifically killed.Read More
JESSE SANCHEZ, an artist/comedian gives the performance of his life. During a New Year's party, Jesse fakes a suicide attempt wrapping a retractable dog leash around his neck, accidentally knocks himself out, and sinks into the waters of his bathtub. Jesse gets the chance to reflect, possibly for the last time, upon his life and love. Known for his envelope pushing performances, Jesse's near death experience bends reality to stage and back again.Read More
What makes this Scooby Doo entry a good one is the old school feel you get. Remember those Scooby Doo movies with Batman and Robin, Don Knotts and many more? This movie carries that same feel with the WWE Superstars. The film doesn't overdo it with guest appearances. Instead it has a nice balance of the Scooby and the gang and the WWE Superstars. The story is what you expect from a Scooby Doo movie. It follows the same formula of a spooky ghost terrorizing a town only this town is WWE City. WWE City is a city full of WWE Superstars, stores and many more. Think of it of a place where every fan of the WWE Universe would want to live. While the story is your Scooby Doo blueprint, it does pack tons of action, silly gags that the whole family will enjoy. Scooby Doo Wrestlemania Mystery is worth checking out.
Story - "That Akward Moment" is about three best friends who find themselves where we've all been- at that confusing "moment" in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So...where is this going?" As previous stated before "That Awkard Moment" examines the view of relationship from the perspective of young men. The characters Jason played by Zac Efron, Mikey played by Michael B Jordan and Daniel played by Miles Teller all have different situations and ways of handling them. Jason is the ladies man and unofficial ringleader of the group. He can be describe as a womanizer who tends to leave anything potential chance of a serious relationship when the woman ask where is this going. Mikey is the one who actually is the moral compass of the three. After finding out his wife has been cheating and wanting a divorce he has to deal with a new found single life and adjust getting back into the dating game. Finally Daniel who is the funny one and the most blunt out of the group. Daniel is denying his feeling for a close friend of the group Chelsea played by Mackenzie Davis. What really makes the story good is the relationship between the three guys who play off each other very well. Once Mikey founds out his marriage is over it's up to Jason and Daniel to help him get back on his feet. The fellas make a pact that they will all remain single no matter what. However things don't work out as plan as Jason and Daniel meet women who can threaten the pact. For the sake of spoilers I won't go any deeper into the plot. I will say that the story does suffers from some typical cliches that plagues most romantic comedies. Some cliches like a couple breaking up and getting back together, random death to bring the couple together, the big I love you speech and you don't realize what you have till it's gone. Other than the standard cliches this movie was entertaining. The film lives up to the title of That Awkard Moment. It's has some serious awkard moments that will have you laughing. One awkard moment involves viagara and another involves a costume party with Zac Efron character. While the film has some funny moments it's when the film reaches some dramatic tones is where it shines. Watching Mikey trying to save his marriage was probably the most interesting story arc out of the three guys. Mikey's character had more heart and more to loose in terms of story and watching him go through depression and trying to hold onto to something that is no longer there was great. Overall the story has it's funny moments but it suffers from the typical cliches. It's not a deal breaker by any means it's still enjoyable film to watch.
Acting - The acting is well done from everyone in the cast. Efron, Jordan and Teller have great chemistry with each other. I would love to see these three in another movie together. The chemistry between the guys and the female counterparts are great as well. Imogen Poots is great as Ellie and she has great chemistry with Efron when they're on screen. Jessica Lucas does a great job as Vera. Her character didn't get too much screen time but her scenes with Jordan we're a pleasure to watch. She was the character that you would love to hate. Finallly Mackenzie Davis is great as Chelsea. Chelsea can come off as a tomboy but she's has her layers and sweet side and Davis displayed that well.
Music - The soundtrack is pleasure to the ears. While it doesn't rely to heavy on an orchestrated composition, instead it uses insert songs from various artist to set the tone. Artist such as Night Drive, Elliphant, Vogel and many more. The film has a wide selection of songs that is worthy of an original soundtrack.
Final Thoughts - "That Awkward Moment" is an entertaining romantic comedy. The cast is great and shows great chemistry all around. The story is good but it does suffer from the typical cliches that you see in romantic films and the female characters could of had their backstories flush out a little more. Efron and Teller are great but the show stealer is Michael B Jordan and Imogen Poots with their performances. The film is fun, has some good looks from the male prespective of relationships and offers a few laughs. It's a good date film to take your significant other.
“Hello Herman” is a social commentary film focusing on the effects of bullying, parenting and other influences on a child who is being bullied. The film stars Norman Reedus (Darryl from The Walking Dead) and Garrett Backstrom. Is this a film a must watch or instead of hello Herman it should be bye Herman.
Story - “Hello Herman” is a story about Herman a sixteen year old boy who by a series of unfortunate circumstances gets pushed to the brink and ends up committing a violent act of huge proportions. Lax (Norman Reedus) is the journalist who goes into the maximum security prison to interview Herman and ultimately the two forge a connection and see each other for who they truly are.
“Hello Herman” has its heart in the right place. The movie does a stellar job of examining factors of the cause and effects of bullying and how it not only affects the community but the family of the one that committed the crime. I found this take to be refreshing because we rarely see how the family of the one who committed the crimes deals with the issues. I think the examining the cause of Herman’s reasons for his acts is what drives the movie. The movie has some good characterization on the two main characters Herman and Lax the reporter chosen by Herman to tell his story. With Herman’s character it’s about finding the layers of his madness, what is the button that pushes him to kill. For Lax it’s about finding these answers but at the same time trying to find a way to understand Herman, this works well as the two characters play off each other very well. Herman knows of Lax’s dark past and tries to get him to realize he too was a monster. Lax character is trying to come to terms with his past, while trying to move forward with his life and decisions that he is made. The movie is engaging on the character study point and the interaction between new monster and old monster is very entertaining. The only problem I have with the story is when examining Herman’s reasons for killing is finger pointing and putting blame. For example Herman plays videogames in the first person shooter genre in the film he states that is how I got such good aim, which places videogames to blame for his actions, then it was the music he was listening too and various factors in entertainment. The film doesn't point fingers directly at entertainment but it does make entertainment accountable for Herman’s action. Other than that little complaint the film is done well and you will enjoy the interaction between Lax and Herman.
Acting – The acting is done well by Norman Reedus. Reedus character is sympathetic, but what drives his character is when he has to come to terms with his past. The scenes of Herman asking questions of Lax’s past and his reaction and emotion Reedus shows was very well done. Garrett Backstrom does a stellar job as Herman. The highlight of his performance is when Herman fate is decided and you want to feel for his character, but can’t because of the actions he took. The last scene is very powerful as an audience member because you start to question is Herman really a monster or some misguiding kid. Overall the acting is well done by the main too leads, some supporting cast members might have been overacting just a bit.
Music & Film-Making – Overall the film making is very good for the budget it was on. The film doesn't get gory with the massacre but it leaves you with enough scenes to show you what Herman really did. The music is fits the tone of the film, but nothing really that will standout for you.
Final Thoughts - "Hello Herman" is not a bad movie at all, it might be something you want to make your teenage kids and junior high school kids watch. It has a message and that is stop bullying, while I don't agree with some of the social commentary it does raise questions on how can we handle our kids, and how parents can handle themselves more as well. This is a movie with a message, heart and it gets point across.