Arnold Schwarzenegger

Review: Terminator - Genisys

Jul 01 // Sean Walsh
[embed]218671:42029:0[/embed] Terminator: GenisysDirector: Alan TaylorRated: PG-13Release Date: July 1, 2015 We all know the story: Savior of humanity John Connor (Jason Clarke) sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back in time to prevent a terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) from killing his mother Sarah (Emilia Clarke) before John is born. However, Kyle finds himself in a very different situation shortly after his arrival in 1984. What follows is a bit of timey-wimey shenanigans that only the Terminator franchise can provide. To say any more than that would really ruin the surprise. Do be warned going forward, however: I will say a little more. Fair warning. First off, you can barely tell that Arnold Schwarzenegger is sixty-seven years old. The man's charisma is absolutely infectious and seeing him in the leather jacket and sunglasses that made him a household name is like coming home again or putting on your favorite, well-worn pair of shoes. He's perfect. He's a finely-aged wine. He's Arnold Goddamn Schwarzenegger. He delivered every one of his lines with a delightfully robotic wit and I could honestly spend the rest of the review just talking about his performance but that's not very fair to the other people involved. While she's no Linda Hamilton (is anyone?), Emilia Clarke does well as the new Sarah Connor. She's a lot more well-adjusted to her situation than the Sarah Connor of yesteryear and is more than capable of protecting herself. Jai Courtney, who has come a long way since being super duper bland in A Good Day to Die Hard, is our Kyle Reese and I'll be honest: I'm for it. He didn't break new ground or completely change my movie-going experience or anything, but he was a sturdy male protagonist and when you're starring opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, that's all you can ask for. Jason Clarke's John Connor was dark, brooding, and scared (inside and out) after thirty-someodd years of fighting Terminators and he really sold it. These four are joined by Matt Smith in a brief but significant role that was blissfully kept under wraps (unlike many other facets of the film courtesy of the bastardly second trailer) and J. K. Simmons in a more substantial but similarly all-too-brief role as a detective. Finally, and I would be remiss to forget him, Lee Byung-hun of I Saw the Devil and G. I. Joe fame plays the new T-1000. He is menacing and carried that same icy cool Robert Patrick had in T2: Judgment Day. I was really very surprised with the effects in Genisys. I expected them to look good but I'll be damned if they didn't look great. All of the Terminators and other Skynet enemies looking amazing, the liquid metal looked real and, most importantly, the battle between present-day Arnold and circa-1984 Arnold was incredible. To my admittedly untrained eye, there was zero uncanny valley and he looked fantastic. Springboarding off of the effects, the action was almost non-stop. From the final assault on Skynet in 2029 in the beginning of the film, the movie GOES. The aforementioned fight between two Arnolds, a handful of car chases, a pretty excellent battle against the T-1000, and a wonderful final battle; all of it was great. I don't think I rolled my eyes during any of these sequences and after the last two films, I think that's a very good thing.   The score was good but honestly, what else do you need to hear other than DUN-DUN-DUN DUN-DUN, DUN-DUN-DUN DUN-DUN in your Terminator movie? Most important, of course, is the writing. I don't want to say too much because of all the moments where I wish I hadn't seen that stupid second trailer or any TV spots or heard any ads on Spotify or seen half of the films' posters, but what I will say is that it was an awesome movie full of twists and turns and fortunately some surprises, which is impressive considering how hard they tried to ruin it with spoilers. There's some fun time-travel stuff and at one point i was like "Oh, it's like Terminator meets 12 Monkeys," but then I realized that 12 Monkeys utilizes more or less the same time-loop that Terminator does. If you think too hard about the time travel stuff your nose may bleed and you might feel the vein in your head start to pulse uncomfortably but if you take it for what it is, it's a lot of fun. And lest I forget the most important factor: Genisys has a completely logical explanation for its inclusion in the title. There's a lot of callbacks to the first two films, many of which are a little more subtle than you'd expect. I found myself fist-pumping and quietly cheering many times over the course of the 126-minute runtime. The only real complaint I have about the story is there are a small handful of unanswered questions, but as Nick reported last September, we've got two sequels coming our way. Mr. Valdez can rest easy knowing that, in this humble reviewer's opinion, Genisys is absolutely good enough to warrant sequels. Will this film stand the test of time like the first or second films? Maybe, maybe not. Is it better than the third and fourth films? Absolutely. Am I excited for the sequels? You bet your shiny, metal asses I am. As far as summer movies go, this is one of my favorites in a long, long time. If I didn't know any better, it may well be my favorite film of 2015 (so far, mind you). I went in to this film expecting it to be awesomely bad and I left it singing its praises over and over. If nothing else, I would like to publicly apologize for anything negative I said about it in the months leading up to last night (excepting the awesomely horrific EW pictures). tl;dr: Go see Terminator: Genisys. 
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Old. Not obsolete.
Based on the stupid title, initial plot description and Entertainment Weekly photos, I was a little more than skeptical about Terminator: Genisys. Even though the synopsis had many, many things I loved in it (time travel, Emi...

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Uneeded Sequels

Arnold says that Twins sequel, Triplets, is still coming


It should be Tw3ns
Jun 29
// Matthew Razak
Every time someone brings up the proposed Twins sequel, Triplets we just kind of nod our head and smile. It really isn't clear if anyone outside of Arnold and Danny DeVito want it to happen so the assumption was jus...

Tribeca Review: Maggie

May 08 // Hubert Vigilla
[embed]219246:42343:0[/embed] MaggieDirector: Henry HobsonRelease Date: May 8, 2015 (limited)Rating: PG-13 Wade (Schwarzenegger) brings his daughter Maggie home from the city after she's attacked by a zombie. Bite victims slowly turn. Symptoms include necrosis, cataracts, dizzy spells, respiratory problems, and a heightened sense of smell. It's only a matter of time before Maggie will need to be killed or sent to a quarantine center, and the latter may be a worse fate. At certain points of Maggie, I was struck by how Schwarzenegger has aged in an interesting way. The texture of his face is like tree bark from certain angles and in certain light. More than that, the expressiveness of his brow and his eyes has increased. Same goes for his mouth, as if the stoic straight line we're accustomed to from his blockbusters is able to communicate more with age. It's not just a one-liner dispenser, and his scowls seem layered. Patiently holding a shot on Schwarzenegger has the potential to reveal his inner emotional machinery. This unexpected depth in Schwarzengger's performance comes mostly from the film's quiet moments. In one scene, like something out of a Terrence Malick film or an Andrew Wyeth painting, Wade wanders a field introspectively. His silhouette from behind has a heftier grimness in the dimming light. It's impossible to forget he's Arnold Schwarzenegger, and yet maybe the moment works better than it would otherwise because it's Arnold Schwarzenegger trying to negate his own Arnold-Schwarzenegger-ness for the sake of the story. Maggie is at its best when it uses zombie-ism to explore the impending loss of a loved one to a terminal illness. In Maggie's case, it's about coming to terms with the inevitability of death. Had Schwarzenegger not been cast, the film would have been billed as a showcase for Breslin. She carries at least half of the film. (She's the title character, after all.) When not succumbing to fits of dread, Maggie tries to live just like a teenager. There's a normalcy about living with her condition. In a brief sidetrip from the farmhouse, we see Maggie with her friends being carefree before going back to high school in the fall. Infected or not, to them, at least for now, she's still Maggie. The film's handful of missteps have less to do with the performances than the occasional saccharine note in the script. Bits here and there feel a little too much like "father and daughter bonding" beats in a movie. Breslin and Schwarzenegger perform them well, but the actors seem more natural when exchanging small looks and little lines together throughout the film rather than dedicating a full scene to semi-expository bonding. An accretion of affection is almost always preferable to a tenderness dump. For a film that's propelled more by its quiet moments, the wind down of Maggie features an overbearing bombast in the sound design and David Wingo's otherwise low-key score. It undermines some of the control that Hobson maintains for the film, and I wonder how much better a scene or two would play if they were muted. This might be one of the few times that anyone's called for an even quieter and more delicate finale to a movie featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, but in Maggie, the performances are able to do the emotional heavy lifting on their own.
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I know now why you cry
Maggie is one of the last things you'd expect out of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Abigail Breslin, who plays the title character? Okay. Joely Richardson, who plays Maggie's stepmother? Sure. But not Arnie. Though Maggie's a post-ap...


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Watch Arnold Schwarzenegger recreate most of his films in under 6 minutes


"I'll be back."
May 06
// Nick Valdez
Has anyone been watching the Late Late Show with James Corden? I've lost interest since Craig Ferguson left, but the guy has had some good bits. The most impressive one of the bunch is "Roll Call" where he gets a willing cele...

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Henry Hobson, and Joely Richardson Discuss Maggie

Apr 24 // Hubert Vigilla
Arnold Schwarzenegger on playing his character in Maggie:“We focus so much on the people, and the dilemma that this man is in—this strong farmer that normally can handle anything. And also the baggage I bring to the movie of being the action hero; all of a sudden, I cannot handle this challenge, and I become very vulnerable as a character. So that's what appealed to me in the first place.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on physical action roles vs. dramatic roles:“The brain takes much more energy than the body does. Just look at it. When people do something mentally draining, and when you have to do a lot of thinking and negotiating— I remember when I was in the Governor's office, I was totally wiped out in the evening with the kinds of responsibilities I had and all this. The same thing here [making Maggie]. It's tough but at the same time it's not tough because you're having such a great time doing it.” Henry Hobson on keeping Maggie human and grounded:“The art direction, the costumes, the makeup; everything was very real and raw, and that allowed for the setting and space to feel as real as possible, [to make it easier as a kind of transition point] to really live and breathe in that grounded world.” Joely Richardson on the challenges of performing on Maggie:“Okay, weird comparison, but say [you're acting] in 101 Dalmatians, and you're playing with little puppies, and it's a life or death situation; and then you're doing a zombie film and your stepdaughter comes in covered with blood. They're not everyday emotions, you know what I mean? It's just going with the premise, but I my most difficult scene winds up being my easiest, and vice versa.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on working on a small, independent production:“I think there's something to be said about working on small movies, because the camaraderie and the way we worked together and the way we really got into it was different than on a big action movie. It was quite unique. Whatever performance that I delivered I have to credit to everyone around me, because they acted so well that it brought out the best in me.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on shooting quick, fast, and spontaneous: “We were shooting a scene in front of the house and all of a sudden [Henry] saw the lighting going a certain way and he felt, 'Oh, this would be a great shot out in the field; let's burn the field!' It was like from one minute to the next. What I thought was so fascinating was not how quickly we responded and ran with him out into the field, but how quickly the camera crew did. There was no one screaming 'I have to change batteries!' or 'I have to get a cable!' or 'This is impossible!' da-da-da-da. 'I need someone to carry the camera so I can roll again.' There was none of that that you normally hear on sets because of union rules and all this stuff. Everyone got their stuff together within seconds, and we all ran out in the field and shot that scene, and it was really the perfect lighting and it was very quick the way [it was done] because he's such a visual person. That's what you need to do in these kinds of movies, but it's that kind of spirit that you don't see in big movies.” Henry Hobson on the challenges of shooting in Louisiana:“The difficulty with Louisiana for Maggie is that we wanted a farmhouse, and Louisiana, when you're smack dab in the middle of New Orleans, is that there's just water all the way around, and then there's plantation houses. We ended up using four different houses to make the one house. It's a combination of the backroom, the bathroom, the other bedroom—all in different places—the porch in another place. It was a way of creating this kind of Everytown house. What we wanted was a relatability, so people couldn't quite place where it is in the country but felt there's some kind of connection to it.” Joely Richardson on working with Henry Hobson:“He gave us all very specific notes, exactly what he wanted. And he had the balls— If he didn't like what Arnold was doing or I was doing or Abigail, he would say how he wanted it. That takes courage and vision.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on working with director Henry Hobson:“People ask me, 'How do you trust [Henry]? He's never done a movie. He's done a lot of commercials and graphic design and stuff.' But to me it's not so much 'How many movies have you done?' but 'Do you have a vision?' [Henry] had a really clear vision. He had this album with all these photographs of different looks he wanted in the movie, and the way he interpreted the characters. It was very clear that I would be in good hands. There was never even a question there.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on how he helped Henry Hobson as a first-time director:“I just wanted to make sure that he's protected as a director, and that I can be a producer and let that be my responsibility, to make sure someone doesn't come in and say 'I want you to shoot this differently' or 'We want to have a different ending' and stuff like that. First-time directors need to be protected so that they can do their work. James Cameron doesn't need to be protected, you know? [laughs] I want to make sure that Henry can really put on the screen his exact vision. That's why he was hired, that's why he was put together with this project, so now let's have him do that.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on co-star Abigail Breslin:“Abigail was so good and made it feel so real. I never felt that she was acting; I always felt that she was dying. That's how skilled she is in her profession.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on if he sees a future in smaller films and dramatic roles:“25 ago, 30 years ago, I would not have been able to do that. First of all, I wouldn't have had the time, because there were so many big projects then. I was chasing the big money, and working my way up to being the highest paid actor. Today that doesn't mean anything to me because I've made a lot of money and I'm in a different place in my life. So when I get an offer to do Terminator 5, I'm very excited about that. When Universal calls me and says 'We're almost finished with writing the script for a new Conan movie,' I'm excited about that. But I'm also very excited when I read a script like Maggie, and I believe that I can be that character and then work with the director and work with the actors together like that. So yes, I will be looking for dramatic roles.” Arnold Schwarzenegger if working on Maggie reminded him of being Governor of California:“I think movies are movies and politics is politics, even though they have a lot of similarities.” Arnold Schwarzenegger on if we could take photos at the end of the press conference:“If you're nice.”
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Highlights from the New York City press conference for Maggie
Maggie, the post-apocalyptic zombie drama starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. As we noted in our review of Maggie, the film features a surprisingly emotive and vulnerable perfo...

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Terminator 5

Newest Terminator: Genisys trailer sure has a lot of spoilers


Seriously, so many
Apr 14
// Nick Valdez
While I've been all for Terminator: Genisys' kitchen sink approach in rebooting the series, maybe I've spoken too soon. Whoever's marketing the film just went and completely spoiled the film's big twist for the film's second...
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Arnold looks grim in first poster for Maggie


Abigail Breslin looks sufficiently zombified
Apr 07
// Matt Liparota
We already knew Arnold Schwarzenegger was going full-on Last of Us with his upcoming movie Maggie. When the first trailer dropped last month, we saw the Man formerly known as Turbo playing small-town farmer Wade, a guy who ju...
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Maggie trailer has Arnold Schwarzenegger and his zombie daughter


Yeaugh yeaugh choppa yeaugh headshot yeaugh Turbo-Man!
Mar 25
// Hubert Vigilla
Arnold Schwarzenegger's played diverse roles throughout his career: a barbarian, a cybernetic organism, a concerned father, a cop (you idiot), a soldier, a secret agent, a pregnant man, a governor of the state of California,...
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New images for Terminator: Genisys still don't explain title spelling


Looking good, Arnold
Mar 24
// Matthew Razak
Been dying for a nice long look at Arnold Schwarzenegger reprising his role as the T100? Good, here's your chance. Empire has released a host of new images for the film and there's a nice one of Schwarzenegger looking down right handsome in his old age. Think he's wearing a girdle? Not much else new here, but at least they're better than the first look we had.  [via Collider]
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Terminator 5

Rumor: Naked Schwarzenegger will be sans Penys in Terminator: Genisys


Feb 26
// Nick Valdez
We try to stay away from rumors as much as possible, but as in the past, sometimes something so ridiculous pops up, I just have to tell you about it. Case in point, the craziest thing I've heard about Terminator: Genisys (bes...
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Don't live today for tomorrow like you were immortal
This Super Bowl spot for Terminator: Genisys may take a bit of footage from the first (hilariously convoluted) trailer, but there's a bit at the end that I'm most excited for. Also, it's really hard looking at this newest po...

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This is the land of confusion
UPDATE: The newest poster has been added to the gallery! I'm digging it.  We here at Flixist have been going back and forth over whether or not we're anticipating Terminator: Genisys. For every positive move the fifthqu...

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Genisys Poster

The Terminator: Genisys poster is surprisingly not terrible


Also, it looks like it belongs to a much better movie
Dec 02
// Sean Walsh
The first Terminator: Genisys poster is here, and it looks like it is in direct disproportion to the terrible everything else we've seen so far. Check it out in the gallery. [via Imgur]
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First look at Arnold as the T-800 in Terminator Genysis


Nov 24
// Matthew Razak
So far Terminator: Genysis hasn't done anything to inspire much confidence. First there was the stupid name and then the stupid images from the first look. Thanks to the fact that expectations are so far at rock bottom f...
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Terminator 5

Terminator: Genisys already has sequels because future money


Sep 09
// Nick Valdez
The next installment in ever rebooting Terminator franchise, Genisys (I still can't believe I have to spell in like that), is on a quick track for a 2015 release even if we've seen literally nothing at this point. Despite thi...
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Zombigail Breslin

Brawn vs. Brainless: Lionsgate picks up Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie film 'Maggie'


So long, Toronto Independant Film Festival!
Aug 26
// Sean Walsh
Arnold Schwarzenegger has fought a lot of things in his heyday: predators, mercenaries, illegitimate children, Satan, kindergartners, robots, and even mutants on Mars. One thing that he hasn't battled, to my knowledge, is a z...
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Expendables 3 Trailer

Final trailer for The Expendables 3


Aug 04
// Nick Valdez
Due to some unfortunate events, a digital copy of The Expendables 3 was leaked onto the Internet and was pirated more than 2 million times. Now Lionsgate is trying to sue the individuals responsible claiming that the piracy ...
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The Expendables 3

Character posters for The Expendables 3 get colorful


Jul 22
// Nick Valdez
While the trailers for The Expendables 3 refuse to drop the Fast & Furious-style title font, at least it's trying something different with the rest of its marketing. In a lighthearted move to remind us the film will be ra...
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New trailer for The Expendables 3 gets the blood pumping


Explosions
Jun 17
// Matthew Razak
Been wondering if The Expendables 3 would have explosions and fight scenes and action? That's a dumb thing to wonder since it's The Expendables, but this trailer fully confirms that those things exist along wi...
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Expendables 3 shoots up a PG-13 rating


Now with less gratuitous violence!
May 22
// Jonathan Wray
I guess it was inevitable. The latest version in the Expendables franchise, due for release in mid-August, will be PG-13. This move makes Expendables 3 go from that movie that annoying kids snuck into to that movie that the a...
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That's the Furious 6 font, right?
The folks over at Yahoo Movies have released the first teaser for The Expendables 3, showing a couple action beats and the film's pretty sizable cast. I didn't much care for The Expendables One, with its dark color palette a...

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Expendables 3 rolls out a whole ton of posters


Because it has a whole ton of actors in it
Apr 02
// Matthew Razak
The cast for the Expendables films just keeps getting larger and larger, and in this very rare instance that is a completely awesome thing. You can tell it's completely awesome because despite the absurd amount of charac...

Review: Sabotage

Mar 28 // Matthew Razak
[embed]217448:41324:0[/embed] SabotageDirector: David AyersRated: RRelease Date: March 28, 2014 Sabotage is easily Schwarzenegger's best film since returning to the big screen more prominently in the past few years. Not that that is an incredibly high bar to get over, but he's had some fun bits of action here and there. Sabotage is a bit more of a legitimate movie, though its also Ayers's most action heavy film. Somewhere between Arnold's recent fare of dumb action and Ayers's history of dark, smart cop dramas we find Sabotage and its a very solid middle ground to be standing on. A middle ground that is covered in blood.  If you want an idea of just how violent and disturbing Sabotage gets then consider the fact that the film opens with a hard to watch torture sequence. We find John 'Breacher' Wharton (Schwarzenegger) watching this torture for reasons unknown and the quickly cut to him leading his elite DEA team into a major drug bust in which they attempt to steal about $10 million under the nose of their superiors. The problem is when they go to get their money it's all gone and the DEA has somehow found out about the theft. Then team members start dying in really bloody and terrible ways. Is it the cartel or one of their own? With the help of cop Caroline (Olivia Williams) Arnold sets out to find out.  The movie is insanely visceral, with copious amounts of blood flying everywhere and Ayers's gritty, in your face direction basically shoving as much blood and uncomfortable violence at you as possible. If that kind of stuff disturbs you then you will not like this movie because it pulls no punches. As the story unfolds it just gets more and more brutal until we're pretty much questioning every person as a suspect and a bad guy, even Arnold, which is a rare change of pace for the actor. That's probably one of the film's strongest points: the fact that you are kept guessing the entire time. This excessive doesn't always play out well, however. Sometimes things get too gory and take the drama out of the scene. While the movie is clearly supposed to be an action flick its dramatic pull is what makes it work and often the over-the-top action sequences can actually slow it down. They're great, bloody scenes, but they seem at odds when the film gets more serious.  Ayers's screenplay also suffers from the same issue. Known for his fantastic and natural dialog that pulls even less punches than his directing this one gets a bit away from him. The machismo of the unit is so rough and abrasive that it starts feeling forced as the guys (and one gal) banter about sex and dicks and everything else. For the most part it works, but every so often its just awkward. It also doesn't help that Schwarzenegger's strong suit isn't really natural dialog so when the likes of Sam Worthington and Joe Manganiello are offering up some fun banter and Arnold steps in awkwardly it can derail it.    That isn't to say that Arnold is terrible in the film, he's actually not. This might be one of his more challenging roles (again, not that high a bar) and he actually handles it really well. While his emotional depth might not be the greatest it actually plays well into this character and thanks to the fact that the rest of the cast around him is so stellar it's all works out. That's especially true for Mireille Enos, who plays the only woman on the squad. Her character is easily the deepest and most complex and she pulls off the machismo that a woman in a band of men has to have perfectly.  Sabotage definitely has its flaws, not the least of which is that the cranked up violence is going to turn a lot of people off, but it's also a seriously dark kind of Western that does a good job of overcoming expectations. There's a strange game of tug of war going on between Ayers's traditional dramatic leanings and the film's violent bent towards action and while it may not always work, it's definitely interesting. 
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Oh my, it's a mirage
I've been hyping Sabotage since I first heard about it. I'm a huge Arnold Schwarzenegger fan and a huge David Ayers (End of Watch) fan so the two together sounds like sweet, sweet cop action bliss. Ayers is great and mel...

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See Sabotage early and free


Washington DC screening
Mar 24
// Matthew Razak
I might be hyping Sabotage more than most other movies, but that's because it isn't getting the respect it (hopefully) deserves. Arnold is awesome and director David Ayer is even awesome..er. So get excited! And then gra...
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New Red Band Sabotage trailer brings us more Arnold


Drug cartels, DEA and danger!
Mar 19
// Matthew Razak
I'm not quite sure we're all actually excited enough for Sabotage, because we really should be. After the last red band I thought we'd all be on board with Arnold taking on a drug cartel with a bunch of other awesome people ...

Movie Monday for February 10, 2014

Feb 10 // Michael Jordan
Stories Uncharted movie lands a director in Seth Gordon The LEGO Movie is already getting a sequel Paul Bettany will play the Vision in Avengers 2 Why Marvel Phase 4 will not be pushing New Avengers Reviews The Monuments Men The LEGO Movie The Raid 2: Berandal Trailers First trailer for 'Odd Thomas' starring Anton Yelchin Final 'Divergent' trailer is action packed New red band trailer for Schwarzenegger lead Sabotage Watch the adorable trailer for Ernest & Celestine
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Now with more skin flixs
The only Online Movie News Show Endorsed by Pornstar April O'Neil is back for another Monday! Check out all the movie news that you might have missed.

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New red band trailer for Schwarzenegger lead Sabotage


More guns, cuss words and Arnold than that lame green band one before
Feb 07
// Matthew Razak
Look, with a cast containing Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard, Joe Manganiello and Josh Holloway you wouldn't be making any major logic leaps to think that Sabotage was just another dumb acti...
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Sabotage gets bumped to a March 28 release date


More Arnold sooner
Jan 27
// Matthew Razak
I'm not quite sure what to think about Sabotage. It's got Arnold as a cop with big guns so I lean towards dumb action flick, but then you realize that the director of one of the best cop movies of the decade, End of Watch, is...
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Here's a video with all of Arnold Schwarzenegger's kills


Merry Christmas!
Dec 24
// Nick Valdez
News will be virtually non existent over the next few days, so here's one last thing to leave you with over the holiday. Auralnauts, the same cool folks that did those Bane Outtakes videos, have compiled a 28 minute video of each and every one of Schwarzenegger's kills. Can you guess how many? Nope, it's more than that. I love you all. Have a good holiday!  [via Auralnauts]
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Sabotage Trailer 2

Listen all of y'all it's the second trailer for Sabotage


So listen up cause you can't say nothin'. You'll shut me down with a push of your button?
Dec 23
// Nick Valdez
End of Watch was my favorite film of 2012. This second trailer for David Ayer's Sabotage (formerly titled Ten reflecting the ten million stolen from their drug bust), however, doesn't look like the excellent follow up I was ...

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