Bibbs and Witney have problems with the X-Men/Avengers movie crossover and review Fast & Furious 6, The Hangover Part III, Epic and Before Midnight.
“Before Midnight is a wake up call.”
The hammer used to destroy the DCU and turn it into the New 52 gets the movie treatment. Uh, okay?
Sung Kang explains the connection between Fast & Furious and Better Luck Tomorrow, the original African-American version of his character.
Most Craved: Some clarity about Fox and Marvel crossover characters.
Most Craved: The Muscles from Brussels.
Jerry Lewis is “in top form” in Max Rose, a film that could be the comedy legend’s last movie.
Most Craved: An invite to this party!
To celebrate Now You See Me, CraveOnline counts down the oddest and weirdest heists in movie history.
“That rare animated American movie with a higher body count than The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”
In reaction to Star Trek Into Darkness, Bibbs and Witney think up other low points of otherwise notable film franchises.
Steven Soderbergh’s Behind the Candelabra has “all the joy, hurt and anger of any great cinema romance.”
“Better than The Hangover Part II (not that that’s saying much).”
National Lampoon’s Vacation is still a comedy classic, but the new Blu-ray doesn’t have many new special features.
Fred Topel reviews Sarah Prefers to Run, Cleopatra, All is Lost and La Vie D’Adele Chapitre. 1 & 2.
Joe Belcastro wonders where the full-blown sex scenes have gone in mainstream movies.
The star of the rumored comedy sequel MacGruber 2 expects the writing process to begin in “a couple of weeks.”
James Franco’s As I Lay Dying “doesn’t work, but it’s an admirable artistic effort.”