With the boneheaded plot – let’s make a killing machine so more kids will come to the park! – the hilariously expository dialogue and the goddamn raptor training, it’s crystal clear that you need to check your brain out before seeing this movie.
Three roommates stumble upon a strange machine that prints pictures showing what their living room will look like 24 hours in advance. They abuse the machine’s powers, clearly ignoring Spider-Man’s rule.
Jack Black plays an everyman who settled in his hometown. When no one appears interested in their high school reunion, he sees an opportunity to be the hero. If he can get their most popular schoolmate to come, everyone else will follow.
Don’t worry true believers, the Merc with a Mouth won’t change just because he’s gone big time. Ryan Reynolds confirms that the upcoming Deadpool movie will be rated R in this mock interview with Mario Lopez.
Finally, a trailer with hints of the plot. Someone stole something – someone? – from the bad guy, and uh, he wants it back. Also Max is thinking what you’re thinking: “It was hard to know who was more crazy – me, or everyone else.”
Jake Gyllenhaal plays a famous boxer who strives to get back in shape in more ways than one after suffering losses both in and out of the squared circle. In other words, it’s Rocky III 2.0. Directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day).