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Lethal Weapon 5 is happening with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover

The only things more popular in Hollywood filmmaking than sequels are franchise sequels and right now studios are desperately trying to ring out every bit of depleted IP juice from every long-dead franchise they can. They've tried spin-offs...

 
 
 
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Review: Dragged Across Concrete

It can be a tricky thing to make a film violent. Is it going to be fun violence? You watch Raiders of the Lost Ark and oh my god that guy was chopped up by plane propellers! But it’s okay because 1. He’s a Nazi, 2. We don’...

 
 
 
 
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Your Bad Movie Night Guide, Vol. 4: Tango & Cash

Imagine a time when movie heroes were heroes not for being pretty, metrosexual types capable of playing a broad range of characters aptly displaying a broad spectrum of emotions, but because they had big muscles, or knew kung-fu. The year i...

 
 
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The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature has a trailer

With a title like The Nut Job 2 being tossed about, my expectations were unusually high. So, it's not a Mel Gibson biopic. Big deal. And no, it's not a cleverly veiled marketing ploy for Charlie Sheen's 9/11 movie--whatever the hell th...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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First trailer for Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge

Mel Gibson isn't a good guy. He's also a really talented director. This kind of sucks because it's hard to watch his stuff without being sick with yourself for watching his stuff. I'm running into that problem after watching the trailer for...

 
 
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The Mad Max Trilogy: Look Back in Anger

I have yet to see Mad Max: Fury Road, which comes out this week, but I did get a chance to see the first three Mad Max movies over the weekend at a friend's place: Mad Max (1979), Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981), and Mad Max: Beyond Thun...

 
 
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Expendables 3 shoots up a PG-13 rating

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 annoying kids bo...

 
 
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Expendables 3 rolls out a whole ton of posters

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 character posters tha...

 
 
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See Machete Kills early and free

Feel like a late night screening of a B movie, then we have the passes for you. Machete Kills looks to be just as wonderfully bad as the first film, but this time with Mel Gibson, and it is literally the perfect movie not to pay for. T...

 
 
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Machete Kills poster and huge batch of images are killer

I'm stupidly hyped for Machete Kills. Sure the last trailer had some wonkiness which tempered my expectations a bit, but I'm on the edge of my seat nonetheless. In the gallery you'll find the poster for Machete Kills (which just pastes a bu...

 
 
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Mel Gibson and Antonio Banderas go for Expendables 3

Expendables 3 is shaping up to be even more overly full of action badassness as we get confirmation that Mel Gibson will indeed be playing the bad guy and that Antonio Banderas will be joining the already implausibly big cast of elder ...

 
 
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Mel Gibson confirmed as Expendable 3 villian

The Expendables series is something that keeps seeming to work on premise alone. We're all excited to see these action stars get together and do action, and while the movies don't turn out terrible I'm always a bit disappointed they ar...

 
 
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Wesley Snipes joins expendables, Gibson to direct?

I'm not really sure which part of this news stories is more surprising. See we were pretty sure Wesley Snipes was dead so him being cast (perfectly) in the next Expendables film is definitely shocking. On the other hand, you have news ...

 
 
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Poster and image from Mel Gibson's Summer Vacation

Appearing out of nowhere, we have an image and a poster for the Mel Gibson action movie How I Spent My Summer Vacation. Filmed in late 2009 and co-starring Peter Stromare, it never received domestic distribution, likely because Mel Gibson d...

 
 
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Mel Gibson to make a movie about heroic Jews

With absolutely no ulterior motives. Mel Gibson, along with acclaimed screenwriter Joe Ezterhas, will be making a historical film about the story of Judah Maccabee, possibly the third most important Jew in history after Jesus and Moses. For...

 
 




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SXSW Critical Thinking"What's your next move?"

 

Bloodshot"A bloody mess (not the good kind)"

 

SXSW Drunk Bus"Going round in circles"

 

The Hunt"Not even the third most talked about movie of the year"

 

Never Rarely Sometimes Always"Necessary for our time"

 

Jurassic Thunder"Somehow worse than it looks"

 

Castlevania (Season 3)"WHERE'S GRANT???"

 

The Booksellers"The moment he croaks I'm on the phone with Sotheby's"

 

The Wild Goose Lake"Goose on the loose."

 

The Way Back"Can't find its way"

 

The Dark Red"Kidnapping babies and wasting time"

 

The Invisible Man"Nothing to see here"

 

Burden"Love conquers all...except boredom"

 

Verotika"'Your teets are looking at me!'"

 

Blood on Her Name"'That don't put the skin back on the cat'"

 

Dragon Quest: Your Story"Butchering a beloved classic"

 

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising"Yet I'm falling asleep"

 

Beanpole"Plant a seed and hope for the best"

 

Ride Your Wave"Love and water"

 

We"A deadly serious sex comedy"

 

Sonic the Hedgehog"Super Sonic"

 

The Assistant"The unsung heroes"