This week there are more TV shows than movies that are worthy of buying! Guaranteed satisfaction for anyone who loves TV shows. Don’t forget to let me know if there’s something that should be a must have or if there’s any other opinions you might have. Leave everything in the comments
This week there is an interesting mixture of genres, from The Walking Dead to Gatsby and men with muscles! I think everyone will be satisfied. Don’t forget to let me know if there’s something that should be a must have or if there’s any other opinions you might have. Leave everything
We know not everyone has time for every major release or big movie, so instead of featuring 10 great films a month, these are truly the ones that cannot be missed this May. They’ll either be films coming out in theaters that week or something on Netflix I think that’s worth the watch.
Here is an awesome trailer for Now You See Me directed by Louis Letterier from Summit Entertainment. The film stars Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco, Melanie Laurent, Woody Harrelson, Morgan Freeman, Mark Ruffalo, and Michael Caine.
Coming in during the wake of Bridesmaids, the trailer for Bachelorette has arrived with the same hilarious, independent women feel. We are again in the crazy wedding world. Regan, played by veteran Kirsten Dunst, is shocked when Becky, a.k.a. Pig Face played by breakout comedian Rebel Wilson, gets engaged before
DreamWorks Animation has released a second full trailer (see first trailer here) for their upcoming film, Rise of the Guardians, featuring many childhood holiday characters. Santa Claus (Alec Baldwin), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher), and the Sandman (Tom Kenny) must team up with a young
What could be better than celebrating the holidays with a family film about beloved childhood guardians coming together to protect the world from evil and fear? DreamWorks animation has released the first trailer of upcoming film The Rise of the Guardians set to come out in November 21st, 2012. Directed
Continuing where they left off with 1996’s Romeo + Juliet, Baz Luhrmann and Leonardo DiCaprio have taken the next step in their incredibly elaborate and expensive effort to get high schoolers to complete their English requirements: the first official trailer for their upcoming adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s great American