Attention Marines! Knowing is half the battle, so nerd up and learn about your opponents’ gear. And don’t be disheartened just ’cause they have a stealth camo, and laser nets, and plasma cannons…
Thought the GoldenEye remake was the only Bond game to look forward to? Keep an eye out for this 007 actioner from Bizarre Creations. It looks a lot like Uncharted 2 to us – and that’s a good thing.
If you never saw Gone Baby Gone, you probably don’t know that Ben Affleck can actually direct. Now’s see him on both sides of the camera in this suspense-filled crime drama hitting 9/17.
The dark lens and black brow, bridge and temple of Cutler & Gross’ 0772 sunglasses are nicely contrasted by the clear undereye, creating an eye-catching look. Handmade in Italy.
This awesomely stupid product is absolutely the dumbest way to watch your iPod. You’ll never be able to watch in peace anyway, not with the people around you laughing at how dumb you look.
Apparently, SeÃ±or Ibex here is being asked what he thinks of the Prime Minister of Spain, and also the mayor in his town. We think it’s pretty clear what he thinks of the two.
After a couple of vague teasers, the studio has finally released a trailer with actual footage from David Fincher’s Facebook epic. It actually looks good now. Nice Radiohead cover, too.
Looks like Cameron is struggling with his inner Tyler Durden in this disturbing, but amusing mashup of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Fight Club. Nice touch with the subliminal image flashes.
Clear the area and let us drink our favorite beverages in this handsome little Master Shake Ceramic Cup, which includes no handles and a pink straw for accuracy, as well as manly charisma.
Robert Downey tries to get out of the shadow of Iron Man, while Zach Galifianakis tries his hardest to be the same guy he was in Hangover. Due Date is due on November 5.
Biologist Mike Dickison must have had some spare time during his PhD research on flightless birds, since he had time to spend figuring out the lineage of Sesame Street’s tallest resident.
While we’re gearing up for tomorrow’s premiere of Inception, one of Christoper Nolan’s earlier one-word-title flicks just hit Blu-ray. The thriller stars Al Pacino, Robin Williams and Hillary Swank.
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