It’s Friday so why not kick back with some ice cold ones and watch one of the cheesiest films ever made.
Directed by Sam Peckinpah, WTF was he on in 78′, (or more to the point what wasn’t he on?), it stars Kris Kristofferson, Ali MacGraw, Ernest Borgnine and Burt Young and is based entirely on the Country & Western song of the same name penned by C.W. McCall and Chip Davis, about an abusive sheriff and a trucker out for revenge. Interesting to note that Peckinpah became a virtual Hollywood outcast for three full years following the heavy drinking, cocaine abuse and general bad behaviour on set.
(WARNING: This trailer is not safe for work.)
Not so much a trailer as a teaser for the forthcoming, (pppffffftttttt we said ‘coming‘), and for what we pray to the great big f@cking maker in the sky is the very last, installment of the American Pie movie franchise which started, would you believe, 12 years ago!
*Thinks back over life’s achievements in that time. Failure tears well up in eyes*
Yes, it stars the entire cast from the 1999 original, (even Stifler’s mum is back), giving everyone involved one last desperate attempt to clear their over inflated Hollywood mortgages.
But what of the storyline? Quite simple really, Jim and his band camp bint are now married and have spawn. But Jim is still wanking into socks. Bless.
With a slew of re-makes in the pipeline, including Total Recall and Blade Runner, (oh yes they are), it should come as no surprise that Hollywood players are gearing up to re-make the cult surfing action movie Point Break. A film which pretty much cemented Keanu Reeves fame, boosted the career of Patrick Swayze and gave us possibly the finest Gary Busey performance ever captured on celluloid, (see video above).
Apparently the rights to the film have been bought by a company called Alcon and slated to produce, along with the company’s co-founders Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove, is Michael DeLuca, (Rush Hour 2, Drive Angry, Blade 2), who is positively bristling with enthusiasm over the prospect:
‘Point Break’ wasn’t just a film, it was a Zen meditation on testosterone fueled action and manhood in the late 20th century and we hope to create the same for the young 21st!”
(via Buzz Feed)
Years before the Internet we had to rely on magazines, (or if you lived in Britain a late night programme called Cinema, Cinema, Cinema), for all the latest news and trailers on films which would otherwise pass under your radar. But thanks to the web, movies like the one above, the Indonesian action-thriller The Raid, get the world-wide attention they truly deserve.
A lot of movie websites are heaping praise on this flick proclaiming it as one of the best action movies of the last ten years and to be fair that’s not surprising considering the film’s John Carpenteresque plot, which is so simple it’s amazing it hasn’t been thought of before:
Deep in the heart of Jakarta’s slums lies an impenetrable safe house for the world’s most dangerous killers and gangsters. Until now, the run-down apartment block has been considered untouchable to even the bravest of police. Cloaked under the cover of pre-dawn darkness and silence, an elite swat team is tasked with raiding the safe house in order to take down the notorious drug lord that runs it. But when a chance encounter with a spotter blows their cover and news of their assault reaches the drug lord, the building’s lights are cut and all the exits blocked. Stranded on the sixth floor with no way out, the unit must fight their way through the city’s worst to survive their mission. Starring Indonesian martial arts sensation Iko Uwais.
A police raid on a tower block full of gangsters. Genius!
(via Slash Film)
It seems a collection of
wasters who have way too much free time on their hands and very little intention of doing anything constructive with their lives dedicated movie enthusiasts over at website Pajiba have edited together a fantastic 11 minute montage of all the best threats ever issued by actors and actresses in cinematic history.
Our favourite is the one delivered by a young Viggo Mortenson from the 1995 movie The Prophecy, who explains to a woman that he is going to lay her out and fill her mouth with her mother’s feces. That’s quite a threat and one which would probably require some pre-planning, in fact the logistics involved of timing the woman’s mother’s next bowel movement with the woman’s current location would be a nightmare.
It’s basically Quantum Leap meets Groundhog Day meets Agatha Christie. Jake Gyllenhaal plays some sort of military captain who can travel in time to relive the last eight minutes of a person’s life. Just so happens the person’s body he wakes up in is on board a train which will eventually blow up. So he has only eight minutes to find out who planted the bomb in a train which also happens to be populated by the most sinister and suspicious looking characters in movie history.
No! No! Not the bees!
This is sublime. There are few things as brilliant as actor Nicolas Cage going tonto on screen. The man can freely enter into crazy town anytime he feels like it and still his performance remains convincing, (except for The Wickerman), and the audience accepts it. Here’s a fantastic montage edited by Harry Hanrahan of Cage losing his shit to the soundtrack of Requiem Of A Dream. Descending into madness has never been so much fun.
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