By: Harold Bagwell (Two Beers) - Baytown Outlaws is a film about three brothers who are recruited by Eva Longoria to go fetch her godson from her ex husband, Billy Bob Thornton. (Wait…I interrupt this review to comment on how BBT always gets paired with extremely hot actresses. Halle Berry, Eva, Angelina, Laura Dern, Lauren
By: Chris Sheridan - Today in Rumorwood, or Hollyrumor, or whatever horrible other pun you might be able to come up with, the news keeps flip-flopping on whether Alan Cumming will be…Cumming back to star as Nightcrawler in X-Men: Days of Future Past. James McAvoy, the now-unforgiven young Xavier, mentioned Cumming last week when discussing the film,
By: BabyRuth (Five Beers) - Malcom (Marlon Wayans) and Kisha (Essence Atkins) are a young, happy couple who have just purchased and moved into a beautiful house. This new chapter of their relationship seems to be going pretty great, for about a minute, until strange and spooky things begin happening at night. Turns out, someone else
By: Jake Peroni (Five Beers) - The first I heard of the film The Babymakers was back in the small print of the alleged stolen Olivia Munn cell phone pics headlines a few months ago. I, like many another gentleman pervert, was snooping around Al Gore’s internets scouting out the controversy in picture form and stalking
By: Bill Arceneaux (Four Beers) What would you do knowing that the world would end in a few weeks? Go to church? Get laid? Call those parents you rarely talk to? Believe it or not, I’d probably just do what I always do; watch movies. Sure, spending time with family and friends would be on my
By: Paul O’Donoghue (Four Beers) - After the skidmark on the Terminator franchise that was Terminator 3, many franchise fans were hoping that Terminator Salvation (could have made a shit pun there about the film being the franchise’s salvation but didn’t—I earned a cookie) would return the series to Cameronian heights. Director McG (I’m still unconvinced
By: Jake Peroni (A Toast) - We didn’t get much from the 1970’s. Except maybe a lost war, floppy discs, photos of aging naked hippies, and cocaine. But, perhaps humanity’s greatest achievement in the decade was a handful of films that proclaimed to the world that “movies” would redefine the culture of the western world.
By: BabyRuth (Four Beers) - It’s a simple set-up. 1873. Old West. A man (Daniel Craig) wakes up in the middle of the desert with no memory of how he got there or of who he is. He has a strange mechanism shackled around his wrist. The only thing he knows for sure is that