Posts Tagged ‘nick rogers’
Christopher Lloyd is joined by Bob Bloom, Richard Propes and Nick Rogers to discuss the rise of the science fiction epic.
Showing the Hollywood sign in flames is not for nothing, for "Demolition Man" torches suppositions that a Stallone-Snipes movie must be brain-dead.
Three years ago, "RED" stood for "Retired, Extremely Dangerous." In this unnecessary, uninspired sequel, it's more like "Redundant, Extremely Disappointing."
Those who remember this 1993 comedy quote the loud, Scottish-accented putdowns. But they're remiss in forgetting the rest of this early gem from Mike Myers.
With the exception of a few throwaway bits, the only convincing bit of hocus pocus in this comedy is the one that makes all the laughs disappear.
In response to breathlessly hyperbolic branding of "Man of Steel" as a "non-sequel," Nick investigates the biggest opening weekends for TRULY original movies.
"The Internship” works as T-shirt-and-jeans comedy — loose-fit comfort and casual, with '80s plot points faded into its fabric like decades-old salsa stains.
A shotgun marriage between real and fictional fearmongering that invites you to the wedding, lets you decide on which side to sit, and definitely omits a sermon.