Archive for April 2011

Trailer Time: Transformers - Dark of the Moon

Until now, we’ve only seen brief wordless glimpses of the third Transformers film, but tonight, Paramount unleashed the full trailer and it’s a doozy.  I like the more serious approach and the visuals are just astonishing.  The stakes look higher, the robots are bigger, and Chicago is almost a supporting character.  In theaters July 1st.... Read more »

Movie Review - Water for Elephants

BY ROBERT HAMMERLE, guest contributor to Hammervision Curiously, “Water for Elephants” is a rather lightweight pleasure, functioning as a bastard offspring of a daytime TV Soap Opera and James Cameron’s colossal hit “Titanic” (1997). While the illicit romance between Reese Witherspoon’s Marlena and Robert Pattison’s Jacob ignites even fewer sparks than that between Hugh Jackman... Read more »

MUST WATCH: The Batman Complex

I have to give a shout out to my good buddy Matt Campobasso who showed me this today.  In an ingenious bit of having waaaaaay too much time on your hands, the fan who made this fake trailer took bits of Inception, The Machinist, The Dark Knight, and Batman Begins, among others, and cooked up a... Read more »
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Trailer Time: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

July 15th can’t come quickly enough…

American Idol Recap - Here They Come A-Carole-ing

Oh, Idol.  Are you trying to make yourself as difficult to watch as possible?  Is it entertaining for you to choose music that, while good, is so of a certain era that it’s nearly impossible to modernize?  Is it fun to bog down the Top 10 with the dullest group of humans ever assembled?  Do... Read more »

Movie Review - Madea's Big Happy Family

BY ROBERT HAMMERLE, guest contributor to Hammervision For what it is worth, I have never hidden the fact that I have been a big fan of Tyler Perry for years. No, I don’t think he writes, produces and directs great movies, but I do appreciate how he has viscerally connected with his core audience, namely... Read more »
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Movie Review - Super (***)

SUPER.  89 mins.  R.  Written and Directed by James Gunn. Despite being released in the marketplace about two movies too late (after the similarly themed  (and plotted) Defendor and Kick-Ass), the twisted new superhero spoof/deconstruction Super (from Slither writer-director James Gunn) has cult classic written all over it.  I didn’t care for it much on first... Read more »

'The Killing' Recap - Super 8

Good afternoon!  It’s time for another recap of The Killing, and this time our focus is on…rebellion. Let’s find out who our rebels with/without causes were: Bennet (Rebellion: He flat out lied to the police): When Bennet arrived to work on Day 5 after Rosie Larsen was murdered, the crack detective team of Linden and... Read more »

The Paul Reiser Show Has Been Canceled After Two Episodes

Let’s take a moment to remember all the many classic moments of the Paul Reiser show. …
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Summer Movie Forecast 2011

Summer Movie Forecast 2011
The summer movie season kicks off earlier than usual this year with this weekend’s release of Fast Five, the fifth entry in the remarkably long-lived Fast and the Furious franchise.  I don’t know about you, but I live for summer movies.  Sure, many of them disappoint, but it’s still fun to get excited about them... Read more »