The Man from U.N.C.L.E is an upcoming spy action film by Guy Ritchie based on the 1964 television series. Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) plays the super spy Napoleon Solo, who is joined by Illya Kuryakin played by Armie Hammer, set during the Cold War, with Hugh Grant playing Mr. Waverly as the head of the spy agency U.N.C.L.E. The movie is set to release on August 14, 2015.Continue reading “The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Trailer”
We all know how Man of Steel, was a make or break movie for Warner Brothers earlier this summer. The film when released received mixed reaction from audience and critics. This is one of the reasons that the next Superman movie will also feature Batman, which has increased anticipation among fans. The two disc DVD special edition of Man of Steel, is a delight, since studios nowadays prefer to keep all extra material in Blu-Ray and nothing on DVD.
Hollywood Studios seem to have found a formula to mint money, which is to make movies based on comic book superheroes. In the past, Hollywood had produced many Superhero movies, but the success of Spider-Man changed the way Hollywood looks at these films. Suddenly Hollywood realized wasting time in creating new action blockbusters is futile, when they can just use comic book characters which already have huge fan base and audiences who will readily shell out money to watch this.Continue reading “Man of Steel(2013) Imax 3D: Movie Review”
Cast: Henry Cavill, Luke Evans, Freida Pinto, Stephen Dorff, Mickey Rourke
Directed by Tarsem Singh
Tarsem Singh has done it once again. The man gets into the visual overdrive mode of his and forgets his primary function as a storyteller. This time there is a better attempt from the director of similar visual glitz fests like THE CELL and THE FALL, but half way through the narration, and all attempts to build up a story goes out of the window. Instead, what we witness is stylized blood sloshing action sequences piled up one after another, with very little beneath the surface.Continue reading “IMMORTALS: Smashed up hopes!”