Here are the top ten hottest men in the TV show Shadowhunters!
Twin Peaks Season 3 is now in progress, and so far the show has been getting a lot of mixed reception. The criticism has been mostly focused on the show’s pacing which has been very, very slow; unlike the original series, there has been a lack of humor and the general genre-bending that the show usually employs. The show, so far, isn’t providing the audience with any real form of exposition, and the plot is incoherent, at best. However, I think the real reason the show has gotten the reaction it has, is because everything feels different, maybe even unfamiliar.
I want to tell you about a few movies that scared me. They are Silent Hill, 13 Ghosts, and 28 Days Later. The only thing that provokes genuine fear in me regarding any horror movie is whether or not I can imagine myself in the situation it presents. That is definitely the case with these three movies. I am a parent who shares the fear of other parents about our children ever getting lost. That, added to the THOUGHT of having to search for a child in such a place as Silent Hill tripled that fear 100 times.
Like Fight Club, there are some unspoken rules to being a bad-ass in anime.
Nine years and 15 movies into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, DC Films have sought to cash in on this idea. So far they have released four movies in an effort to move forward with their own ideas of a shared universe. To say they’ve gotten off to a rocky start would be an understatement, and comparing them to Marvel Studios only highlights this claim. Specifically, all but the most recent film in the DC Extended Universe have garnered harsh criticism from both fans and critics, while Marvel, who’ve earned criticism as well, have been accepted as the studio putting out great movies. Despite the flak, however, DC Films has already made more money with their first four films than Marvel Studios made with their first five. This is with Wonder Woman still in theaters.
Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright is a game for the Nintendo 3DS that was released in Japan in 2012 and eventually released to the rest of the world in 2014. Having been a fan of both Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright, this game really peaked my interest. Even though their games are so different, they shared a fan-base and even before this game was in the works.
Long before WWE Smackdown became a thing, Mick Foley got his first full-time wrestling job in 1988. Comfortable in the tights as “Cactus Jack,” he soared the heights as WWE’s “Mankind.” Earning three belts, Foley joined wrestling lore in his epic battle against “the Undertaker.” Literally taking flight off a caged structure, he rose to finish despite being knocked unconscious and completing the match with a tooth wedged in his nose. Nonetheless, when finally succumbing to age, retirement gave him the chance to write a bestselling memoir, which resulted in a profession that could quite possibly rival that 16-foot dive off the “Cell from Hell” in 1998.
Wonder Woman. A name that holds the provocative power of inspiration and awe. And thankfully the film adaptation with the same branded misnomer was able to evoke that same set of emotional gravitas I'd wished (and believed) the DC Extended Universe had inside it all along. And wow, what a breath of fresh air Wonder Woman was. Like its namesake, the film had an attraction that merited a wonder at how such a refreshing product found its way among the dry hardboiledness of the DCEU. Having all the hallmarks of the heroes' journey, the origin of WW is given believable life via the experienced acting performances of Robin Wright and Chris Pine, with a stream of fresh (and necessary!) blood by Gal Gadot as the titular character and a sans-Snieder directing quality by Patty Jenkins.
Crystalis, originally called God Slayer: Haruka Tenkū no Sonata, was released by SNK in 1990.
Tate Donovan landed his first major film credit alongside John Cryer and Demi Moore in the 1984 comedy No Small Affair. He followed the introduction up with larger roles in Space Camp, Clean and Sober and Memphis Belle. Off those successes, Donovan co-starred in his first leading role with Sandra Bullock in Love Potion No. 9, and has built a career that has kept him busily bouncing between films such as Swordfish and The Pacifier and TV stints on Friends, Ally McBeal, The OC and Damages. In June, he follows up his 2010 Broadway run on the Southie based drama Good People with something that he tongue-in-cheek considers contemporary.
Why don’t I love “Roxanne” anymore? The Steve Martin-Darryl Hannah comedy is turning 30 years old this week and will be featured on this week’s I Hate Critics movie review podcast which is being dedicated to the work of Steve Martin, featuring a Steve Martin Top 5 and “The Jerk” as this week’s I Hate Critics Undisputed Classic. So, of course, I watched “Roxanne” and the film left me only mildly amused at best, deeply disappointed at worst.
Today we are going over ten things DC wants you to forget about Harley Quinn. So, without further ado let's get straight on to the list with number 10.