Tag "Mark Wahlberg"

Infinite – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

It’s hard to think of a better movie to help launch Paramount+ than Infinite. Primarily because Infinite is both pretty ridiculous and a total mess. However, that’s what makes it a great film

Uncharted – Blu-ray Review

When I reviewed the film back in February, I said that “Uncharted was enjoyable. It’s not perfect by any means, but it’s a big, dumb adventure caper that’s reminiscent of Jon

Father Stu Review: A Faith-Based Movie About Redemption

When I watched Father Stu, I had no idea it was going to be a faith-based movie. After the end credits rolled, all doubt has been removed. Based on a

Shooter (15th Anniversary) – 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Review

Although Antoine Fuqua directed one of my favorite films of all-time (Training Day), his career has been a roller coaster of good and bad movies. In 2007, his film Shooter teeters on

Uncharted Review – (Partial) Greatness from Small Beginnings

Full disclaimer, I consider Uncharted one of the best video game franchises ever made. So, my expectations for the movie are that of fear and excitement. Because, as we all know, good

Mile 22 – Blu-ray Review

When we did the review for Mile 22, we initially gave it an decent review. Upon a second viewing, our thoughts on the film haven’t changed. The biggest issue with the

Mile 22 Review

Pure action films are a dime-a-dozen in this day and age. Now, Hollywood’s version of an action film is a superhero film… Not that we’re complaining. However, it’s been a while

All the Money in the World – Blu-ray Review

All the Money in the World is what you call a slow-burn type of film. In other words, it drags so much at the beginning of the film. Not to

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ struggles to bring franchise home (review)

I grew up loving the world I lived in. It was a world where my wildest imaginations could be fulfilled and the toys and comics I had could – and would – be

‘Daddy’s Home 2’ Official Trailer adds John Lithgow and Mel Gibson to the mix

I’ll admit it. I loved Daddy’s Home. Yes, the premise is paper thin and watching Will Ferrell basically playing an extreme version of Will Ferrell isn’t exactly novel. But, dang

Transformers: The Last Knight Super Bowl spot shows Bumblebee vs Optimus

Transformers: The Last Knight follows 2014’s Transformers: Age of Extinction and continues the battle between Autobots, Decepticons, and humans. In the new spot, it looks like Optimus Prime might be evil (Nemesis Prime?),

Mark Wahlberg drops out of Uncharted film project

It’s no surprise that there’s been talk about a potential Uncharted film for years. With its linear narrative and gameplay, superior voice acting, big action set pieces and overall cinematic

Tyrese is coming back to the Transformers franchise

Tyrese Gibson has confirmed through Instagram that not only will he be back for Fast 8, but he will also be back for the upcoming Transformers: The Last Night. He won’t

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ will resurrect an old threat

Transformers: The Last Knight hasn’t even begun filming yet but the film’s viral marketing is well underway. Last week, a short video was tweeted with the morse code spelling out

New Entourage poster and trailer revealed

A new poster and trailer for the highly anticipated HBO series turned movie, Entourage, have been released today. Creator/writer/director Doug Ellin is bringing the show from the small screen to the big

Mark Wahlberg to return in Transformers 5

Did you enjoy Transformers: Age of Extinction? Did you enjoy Mark Wahlberg taking over Shia Labeouf’s spot as the main human lead? If you are, then this piece of news should

Mark Wahlberg is going to be The Six Billion Dollar Man

After Lone Survivor, Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg will be teaming up once again for a new movie called The Six Billion Dollar Man, a film based on the 1970s

Lone Survivor movie review

Marcus Lutrell’s best-selling book, Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10, has been adapted into an amazing film, Lone Survivor, which releases today.

Mark Wahlberg could have been Kirk’s dad in Star Trek

Mark Wahlberg was once offered a role by JJ Abrams to portray James T Kirk’s father, George Kirk in the 2009 Star Trek reboot. I remember him asking me to

Michael Bay confirms Mark Wahlberg in Transformers 4?!

What started off as a bad rumor is now a sad truth. Today, Michael Bay himself confirmed via his official website that Mark Wahlberg will now be joining the Decepticons

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