"As Hercules makes his exit and the Gargoyles turn back to stone, we have two new heroes on the horizon"
Just when you thought, you were going to spend the whole month of February snuggled up on the couch! "Baam"! The movie gods have come up with two more films that are going to have us all standing in the ticket line, feeding our "Big Screen" addictions.
Now of course the month comes in slow, as they roll out child's play like "Lego" and "Vampire Academy", but we're waiting for the good stuff. We're holding on for the diamonds, we want the "Block Buster Action"! If this sounds like you, then let's Unhinge!
Just look at that image up above, now that's got action all over it! We're talking bullets on top of bullets, being discharged at an alarming rate. Thankfully, we'll be on this side of the screen and not in front of Kinnaman's wrath when he finally let's it go. One thing we'd like to note about this film though, is the fact that we've always been a little leery of remakes. For example, what remake have you seen that has truly, without a doubt, even come close to the original? Feel free to write it down below because we would love to know.
While your still trying to figure that one out, we'll say that with today's CG technology, they just may be able to take ol' Murphy to new heights. If you haven't seen the original "RoboCop", only the first one, we suggest you make that a priority before going to see this. That way you'll be up to speed when we make our comparisons in the review. So, we'll see you there!
"Pompeii", now initially, we didn't know what to make of this trailer, other than the fact that this film cost a lot of money to make. But, if you can think back to history class, a hazy memory of some text should come into focus that told us a little about the history of Pompeii. In short, it's an old city in Rome that was destroyed by a volcano. Now, the question is: What will they do to make it interesting? We can see in the trailer that there throwing in a little love, camaraderie and a few epic explosions, but will it be enough?
Does this Harington guy have the stones to pull of such a big film as the main character? And yeah, yeah, we know the Volcano is a character as well, but it doesn't have any verbal communication that we can audibly understand, guess on 2-21-14, we'll see. So are you going to go see this one? Let us know below, plus feel free to add suggestions of February titles you would like to see reviewed on the site as well.
Thanks for reading, see you at the movies!