Jason Statham is becoming a one dimensional actor – the bad ass dimension, that is. In The Mechanic, Statham plays a hitman who – eh screw it, it’s an action movie and it looks fun. ‘Nuff said.
Watch actors from classic movies laugh it up in slickgigolo1’s Good One supercut. The clip may not make you laugh yourself, but it does make us want to watch some of those movies again.
It’s almost a year away, but Aardman is working on their Xmas 2011 pic about the high-tech ops hidden beneath the North Pole, delivering gifts across the globe. Think FedEx with elves.
3D films have been around since the ’50s, but thanks (or no thanks) to Avatar’s launch in 2009, countless movies have jumped onto the annoying bandwagon. Mouth-watering 3D? Come on.
Lushly directed and well executed, Ben Craig’s Modern Times was made with more love than money and will transport you to another dimension, in less than four minutes. (Thanks Landon!)
Pictures of the action figure version of Megatron as he will appear in the upcoming Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon movie have leaked. You’ll never guess what he transforms into.
Ed Helms plays a go-nowhere insurance agent who hooks up with wildman John C. Reilly and Anne Heche at a convention, and madcap adventures ensue. A 2011 Sundance Official Selection.
Gnomeo & Juliet, an animated version of the greatest love story ever told, stars the voices of James McAvoy and Emily Blunt as garden gnomes, who dodge feuding neighbors to find true love.
Get to know more about the little gray man in the latest trailer for Paul. Honestly we can’t tell if it’s going to be genuinely hilarious or it’ll be one of those things that are so bad they’re good.
What gift will you get for the person who hates Christmas? A copy of Rare Exports, that’s what. Without giving too much away, the Santa in this movie starts out imprisoned for a good reason.
Bradley Cooper stars a down-on-his-luck writer who stumbles onto a “smart drug” which allows him to use 100% of his brain. Side effects include memory loss, sex addiction, and, er, death.
Brad Pitt and Sean Penn star as father and son – their stories told decades apart, as Penn struggles with what led him to his present world. Terence Malick’s existential drama hits sometime in 2011.
YouTube user Genrocks mashes up a whopping 270 movies from 2010, stringing lines and sequences together to make it seem like you’re watching a trailer for the most awesome movie ever made.
The Mushroom Kingdom meets Liberty City in The Brothers Mario, as Mario and Luigi whip out the big guns to take down Bowser and his minions. A piece of advice: never bring a hammer to a gunfight.
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