October 20, 2010

‘Fighter’ poster: Did someone get paid to design this?

What is up with “The Fighter” poster? Why does it look like a 7-year-old spent five minutes on it? Surely something better will be arriving soon. I mean it’s a movie with a lot of expectations. At least it shows us again how horrible they made Christian Bale make himself look.

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October 9, 2009

The official ‘Lovely Bones’ poster

I’m so thrilled the official poster for ¬†Peter Jackson’s “The Lovely Bones” is out so we can stop being confused by all the fan-made ones. For a minute there I thought Ryan Gosling (instead of Mark Wahlberg) was still a part of the movie. It’s good to see they went with a simple poster. This […]

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October 7, 2009

Unforgettable scenes: ‘Boogie Nights’

There are a lot of scenes in “Boogie Nights” that I’d like to feature¬† here, but they’re not YouTube friendly. I particularly love the first sex scene between Amber Waves (Julianne Moore) and Dirk Diggler (Mark Wahlberg). Moore is amazing at playing a bad actress. That’s my favorite scene, but the scene most people can […]

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July 24, 2008

Max Payne – 2 New Posters Released

“Max Payne”, starring Mark Wahlberg in the title role, will be released in theaters on October 17, 2008. So far we’ve had the first trailer and a half dozen stills released from the production. Now we’ve got two more official “Max Payne” posters to add to the list. All of it looks awesome and having […]

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July 11, 2008

Max Payne Stills A Throwback To Video Game

Yesterday I was very excited to watch the Max Payne trailer which appeared to be a surprisingly faithful throwback to the game franchise itself. Today we get even more reminders of just how hard they’re working to stay true to the source. Here are six promotional stills for Max Payne, starring Mark Wahlberg, which look […]

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July 10, 2008

Max Payne Trailer Looks Awesome

The Max Payne video games (two in total) were some of my favorite thanks to their dark storyline and non-stop shoot ’em up style. Needless to say, I was very excited to hear they’d be transitioned to the big screen. Of course there’s always the danger that it’ll be demolished and unrecognizable when it comes […]

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