Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'reboot'.
Found 3 results
Hitman: Agent 47 looks like a fun hot mess. What strikes me most about the trailer is that everything looks expensive, everyone looks serious, yet the movie looks cartoon-y. The movie is currently scoring 29 on Metacritic. I doubt the score would move up after opening day. The various trailers of Hitman promise many interesting-looking action sequences that make no practical sense. As Jordan Hoffman from The Guardian puts it, "There’s probably a more effective way of killing people, but extending both arms perpendicular to your chest as you spin and shoot handguns is certainly a photogenic method. With any luck, your long coat will billow, adding the right touch of panache." Also ineffective, catching a car with grappling hooks and then rappelling down the rope while being fully exposed so that if you're lucky enough not to be shot out of midair, at the end of rope you have a genetically-enhanced assassin waiting to engage in close combat with you. [media=''] [/media]
a leprechaun prequel .. looks like they spent a bit of money on it but got rid of the humor, i think they have missed the point of the whole thing and i think warwick davis is out and the wwe have put in Hornswoggle.
From Polygon: ( http://www.polygon.c...ening-paul-feig ) "The long-rumored third Ghostbusters movie is finally happening. Paul Feig, creator ofFreaks and Geeks and director of The Heat and Bridesmaids, says he's working on the film, which will be a reboot of the franchise... "It's official," Feig said. "I'm making a new Ghostbusters & writing it with [Katie Dippold] & yes, it will star hilarious women. That's who I'm gonna call." Dippold wrote the screenplay for The Heat and has written for television shows Parks and Recreation and Mad TV." === I don't know about you guys, but I'm pretty hopeful for this. After Harold Ramis passed away, I felt like they absolutely could not move forward with a straight GB3 sequel. When the rumors started persisting that they instead wanted to do a female-led reboot, with Paul Feig directing, I was pretty happy; that could be a really good, interesting movie. Now that Katie "Driving Yellowjackets" Dippold is scripting, I'm very excited. These two can definitely make a great movie and they're definitely going to look the cast the right kind of actresses here. I just don't like the reboot term being bandied about. No one needs to replace the original Ghostbusters in-continuity, y'know? Why couldn't they just, like, make the GB a franchise or something and explore a separate team in a new city? But still, there's more good than bad with this announcement. I'm looking forward to a great movie, and congratulations to Dippold!