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  • Today, in 'Everything Is Totally Fine And Normal In Hollywood'

    Movie Feature | Ali Gray | 15th August 2018

    Nothing to see here, just a filmmaker operating under the illusion that he's going to cast an actual android instead of a human in his next role in a movie that is definitely going to get made and be released and be competent. "The android will be trained in various techniques and a variety of acting methods," say The Guardian. Well, it can't be worse than Mark Wahlberg.

  • Transformers featurette reveals Mark Wahlberg slowly adopting robot voice

    Movie News | Ali Gray | 18th June 2014

    Maybe those Decepticon bastards have already got to him. (Full Transformers: Age Of Extinction featurette here).

  • Transformers 3: The Real Cold War

    Movie News | Kirsty | 27th February 2010

    Michael Bay' official website released some information today about the production of Transformers 3 which will thrill and astound you all.

  • McG still making Terminator 5 & 6

    Movie News | Ali | 7th December 2009

    For the love of God, somebody stop him.

  • Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen

    Movie Review | Ali | 12th June 2009

    It doesn't take a genius to figure out why, out of all the big ass summer blockbusters this year, Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen was the one I was least worried about performing. Camp-as-Christmas Hugh Jackman trying and failing to unleash his inner animal? Cringe. Christian Bale's CHAN CANNAR trying to avoid termination at...

  • Terminator Salvation

    Movie Review | Ali | 21st May 2009

    Terminator Salvation is explosive - not in the sense that it'll blow your mind, more in the sense that it'll burst your eardrums. Pound for pound, it features more explosions than any other movie I've seen - there's literally something detonating or collapsing or being shot or catching fire every 30 seconds. Even in quiet scenes...

  • The Day The Earth Stood Still

    Movie Review | Ali | 14th December 2008

    And so we come to the apocalypse once more - cinemagoers are now so blasé about the end of the world that even if aliens zapped Earth's landmarks tomorrow, we'd simply shrug and blog about how Michael Bay did it better. This latest space invader, a refit of the seminal '50s eco-fable, suffers from comparisons to bigger, louder ...

  • WALL-E

    Movie Review | Ali | 4th July 2008

    They're considered the titans of animation, are revered by their competitors and are beloved around the world. They've won countless Oscars by bewitching audiences with cutting-edge tech married to classic-era storytelling. They're generally considered as unparalleled purveyors of the very highest quality of cinema. So what exac...

  • Robots

    Movie Review | Ali | 24th March 2005

    Everything has its place. There's a hierarchy at work here people. This is how it goes: Cowboys < Pirates < Ninjas < Robots < Monkeys. It's long been written that this is the order of the known universe; the rules shall never be broken and never questioned. You can probably name a thousand cowboy films, likewise pirate pictu...