Before you find out who did the best, take a moment to look back on the worst. More
Archive Michael Bay
Bad movies are a liberating thing – they remind us that no matter how inherently lame that short film intended to “reveal truths about the here and the now” you made in college was, there is something worse that cost way more money out there.
Good movies are an exciting thing, because someone needs to be the yardstick for this kind of thing. More
It’s only been a week since the trailer for “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens” awoke the Internet from its tryptophan-induced coma the day after Thanksgiving, but enterprising video editors have been hard at work making sure every possible comedic angle has been covered. For your viewing ease, we’ve compiled every single remix/mashup/parody we’ve seen so far. More
This past weekend, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles“was released on the world and though the Turtle franchise is still popular with kids and adults alike, Paramount’s latest reboot of the franchise is not exactly getting the love from the online community. Though the film has the support of Turtles original co-creator, Kevin Eastman, and is produced by the “Transformers” reboot master, Michael Bay, it hasn’t stopped many from drinking the Haterade. Bloggers and Turtle fans have been taking to social media to voice their disdain for the film. Criticisms include Megan Fox being too sexy to be cast as the hard news reporter April O’Neil and that the CGI depictions of the Turtles don’t have enough “Turtle Power.” More
Mark Wahlberg alert!
Boston’s golden boy typically has a million projects going on at once, but this summer, perhaps his biggest is his lead role in “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” BDCwire had the chance to catch up with the actor at this year’s CinemaCon out in Las Vegas, and he described this installment in the “Transformers” series and how it differs from the rest. More