The Last American Virgin:

The Last American Virgin by any standard initially comes off as your average 80’s teen movie about high schoolers trying to get laid. In fact the original poster showed the entire cast, all smiling 50’s-style, as they were ensconced in a pair of unzipping jeans. It’s not made clear whether the jeans belong to a guy or a girl, the point is that if you watch this movie jeans are going to be coming down. The poster also boasts songs from such bands as The Cars, Blondie, Devo, Journey, The Police, REO Speedwagon, Tommy Tutone, etc., so simply based on this soundtrack, The Last American Virgin could forever be enshrined in the halls of 80s, teen, moviedom.

However, once you watch the film it becomes apparent that The Last American Virgin is not your garden-variety teen film...

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The Matrix 4

The Matrix 4

The Matrix 4

The Matrix 4   In a statement announcing the new film Warner Bros. Picture Group chairman Toby Emmerich said: “We could not be more excited to be re-entering ‘The Matrix’ with Lana. Lana is a true visionary – a singular and original creative filmmaker – and we are thrilled that she is writing, directing and producing this new chapter in ‘The Matrix’ universe.”

So, strap in and get ready to enter the Matrix once again – from cast members to a release date, plot, trailers and more, here’s everything we know so far about The Matrix 4.

Production has been halted on The Matrix 4 due to the coronavirus pandemic

Warner Bros. continues to readjust their release schedule as more and more movies get delayed because of coronavirus. Christopher Nolan’s Tenet ...

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Agent 47 Returns for Hitman III

Agent 47 Returns for Hitman III

Agent 47 Returns for Hitman III

Agent 47 returns for Hitman III in announcement trailer!

IO Interactive’s revived stealth assassination franchise has seen a wave of praise since the 2016 installment and now they have revealed Agent 47 is set to return in Hitman III, which will mark the conclusion to the “World of Assassination” trilogy! The trailer can be viewed in the player below!

The game was revealed during Sony’s The Future Of Gaming event with a cinematic trailer, which follows a group of agents in suits seemingly hunting down the series’ protagonist, Agent 47.

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Following the cliffhanger ending of 2018’s Hitman II, the newest game will see the beloved bald-headed assassin continue his hunt around the globe t...

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Evil Dead: Bruce Campbell

Evil Dead: Bruce Campbell

Evil Dead: Bruce Campbell

“From this point forward, they kind of have to stand on their own,” Campbell said. “Which is fine. And liberating. You could have different heroes, different heroines in this case. This one’s gonna be a little more dynamic… We just want to keep the series current. And the mantra, really, is that our heroes and heroines are just regular people. That’s what we’re going to continue.”

The news by itself shouldn’t be too surprising as no popular movie franchise brand stays dead for long. But with an ambiguous title like “Evil Dead Now,” it’s unclear whether the film is a full-fledged reboot or whether it is set in one of the multiple timelines of the previous films...

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The King of Staten Island

The King of Staten Island

Pete Davidson plays Scott Carlin, a 24-year-old dude living in his mom’s basement in Staten Island. He hangs with his friends all day, has a sexual relationship with a girl named Kelsey (Powley) that he hides from their friends, and uses the people in his boring sphere as physical canvas for his dream of being a tattoo artist. One day, he meets a kid on a bench who asks for some ink. Ignoring his buddy Igor’s (Moises Arias) suggestions that tattooing a nine-year-old might be, well, a really bad idea, Scott ends up putting needle to skin and the kid screams his way home. Later that day, the boy’s father Ray (Burr) comes by to give Scott a piece of his mind and ends up meeting Scott’s mom, Margie (Tomei)...

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Last Days of American Crime

The truth is that Megaton and Netflix were probably hooked by the concept of Rick Remender’s graphic novel, which proposes a technological advancement that could stop all crime in its tracks. It’s the product of something called the American Peace Initiative, which will send a signal to the human brain that stops them from committing a crime. After a hideous scene in which a man is doused in gasoline in a bathtub sets the icky tone, “The Last Days of American Crime” sets the stage for its “plot”. It’s a week before the API will go off, rendering police forces and criminals useless. Naturally, the country is in chaos as criminal organizations plan to close any violent loops and maybe even pull off one last big job before they physically can’t anymore.

Enter Graham Bricke (Edgar ...

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‘Mission: Impossible 7’ 

‘Mission: Impossible 7’ 

‘Mission: Impossible 7’

‘Mission: Impossible 7’  Filming September  At long last, Mission: Impossible 7 will resume shooting following its coronavirus hiatus. Production on the newest installment of the Tom Cruise franchise is set to resume in September. The news was shared by first assistant director Tommy Gormley, talking to BBC Radio 4’s Today program. Gormley detailed how close Mission: Impossible 7 was from shooting in Venice back in February, which was at the time an epicenter for Covid-19.

Starring Tom Cruise, who reprises his role as Ethan Hunt. It is the seventh installment of the Mission Impossible film series and the third film to be directed by McQuarrie following Rogue Nation and Fallout. The cast includes Cruise, Ving RhamesHenry CzernySimo...

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J.K. Simmons in Future ‘Spider-Man’

J.K. Simmons in Future ‘Spider-Man’

J.K. Simmons in Future ‘Spider-Man’

J.K. Simmons in Future ‘Spider-Man’   The following post contains SPOILERS for Spider-Man: Far From HomeThe last we saw of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a massive cliffhanger at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home: J. Jonah Jameson revealing Spider-Man’s secret identity to the entire world. In an added twist, Jameson was played by J.K. Simmons, who originated the role in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies from the early 2000s. Simmons’ Jameson was so memorable it’s hard to imagine anyone else in the role – so kudos to Marvel for bringing him back for the small cameo.

We still don’t know exactly where Peter Parker fits into the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Simmons himself told Entertainment Weekly that there...

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Is Goofy a Dog?

Is Goofy a dog? That has been the question many Disney fans have been asking since 1932 when the character was first created and introduced. Luckily Bill Farmer has some insight into this mystery since he has been voicing both Goofy and Pluto for over 30 years now. Farmer has his own opinion on the matter, which he shared in a recent interview that spanned a number of topics, including why A Goofy Movie is still so incredibly popular.

When Goofy was introduced, he was known as Dippy Dawg and then Goofy. However, he has gone under a number of names over the years. George G. Geef was also used in the early cartoons and recent comics have even called him Goofus D. Dawg. But is he really a dog? Bill Farmer had this to say when asked about the mystery in a new interview.

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The Wretched Review

Rating:

The Wretched Review

The Wretched Review

7.75/10

Cast:

John-Paul Howard as Ben

Piper Curda as Mallory

Jamison Jones as Liam

Azie Tesfai as Sara

Zarah Mahler as Abbie

Kevin Bigley as Ty

Gabriela Quezada Bloomgarden as JJ

Richard Ellis as Gage

Blane Crockarell as Dillon

Ja’layah Washington as Lily

Co-written/co-directed by Brett and Drew Pierce

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The Wretched Review:

The horror genre is a brilliant area to explore everything from real-world problems such as suffering through a divorce as a teenager to diving into the large variety of folklore that the United States have based upon, but the problem with many genre outings is they tend to focus on the same handful of evil spirits rather than looking for a unique angle. But in IFC Midnight’s latest horror effort, 

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John Wick: Chapter Four

‘John Wick: Chapter Four’

‘John Wick: Chapter Four’

John Wick: Chapter Four

There are plans for a spin-off or two, as well as a video game, a television show prequel centered around The Continental Hotel and a possible Atomic Blonde crossover with Charlize Theron , in addition to this new sequel. Therefore, fans shouldn’t be missing out on any John Wick-related goodness in the years to come. For now, though, let’s take a look at what we know about the upcoming John Wick: Chapter 4. Details are obviously limited, especially since it is not even in pre-production yet. But, we’ll tell you everything we know about the exciting sequel, and why you should be thrilled for Wick’s return.

Okay, that’s it coronavirus. Now you’ve gone too far.

Movies get delayed, sure...

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15 Best Comedy Movies

15 Best Comedy Movies

Comedy films have long been a staple of American cinema. Though they were relevant throughout the early 1900s, they’ve become even more popular today. Because of this, we thought it was time to look at the greatest comedy films to date. To do this, we’ll be turning to the ranking system on Rotten Tomatoes.

The review aggregation website considers multiple factors when stacking up the best comedies: the year in which a film is released, the number of reviews it has, and the Tomatometer Score. The last of these — the Tomatometer Score — is most important; combing all the ratings from a wide range of reviews and criticism into one numeric tally. Combining all these factors earns a film the Adjusted Tomatometer Score, which is what we’ll be using to line up the best.

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The Complete Skywalker Saga

Disney+ has released the Complete Skywalker Saga trailer. The footage spans over 40 years of storytelling, taking a look at all nine movies. It’s enough to get even the most hardened Star Wars fan emotional as they think of their personal history with the franchise. It’s hard to believe that George Lucas had a hard time getting people to get behind his vision before A New Hope hit theaters, especially now since it went on to become a cultural phenomenon.

J.J. Abrams returned to put the Skywalker Saga to rest with The Rise of Skywalker, which is coming to Disney+ next week. The director kicked off the sequel trilogy with 2015’s The Force Awakens and did not anticipate coming back. However, there was some trouble behind-the-scenes with Colin Trevorrow and Abrams was asked to return...

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Braking for Whales

Braking for Whales

Braking for Whales

As the film opens, Star (Tammin Sursok, who co-wrote the film with director Sean McEwen) returns to her hometown in Iowa to reunite with younger brother Brandon (Tom Felton) on the occasion of their mother’s death. It doesn’t take very long for old resentments to simmer up between the two—she jabs at him for his unwillingness to admit that he is gay (he’s in the middle of a self-help program allegedly designed to make him heterosexual) and he retorts by bringing up her ramshackle lifestyle and the child that she has all but abandoned—by the time it comes to the reading of the will, they are ready to go their separate ways again, possibly for good...

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‘Mission: Impossible 7’ & ‘8’ Delayed

‘Mission: Impossible 7’ & ‘8’ Delayed

‘Mission: Impossible 7’ & ‘8’ Delayed

‘Mission: Impossible 7’ & ‘8’ Delayed

Guys, the impossible part is supposed to be a figure of speech.

Not even Ethan Hunt is immune to the coronavirus. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount has delayed the release of the next two installments in the Mission: Impossible franchise by several months each. It’s a real blow to the IMF.

Nonetheless, it now appears it will be impossible for the next two Mission movies — the seventh and eighth in the long-running Tom Cruise action franchise — to hit their original release dates. With production shut down because of the coronavirus, the films will now come out later than intended. Mission: Impossible 7 was supposed to open on July 23, 2021...

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Scooby-Doo Straight to Streaming

 Scooby-Doo Straight to Streaming

Scooby-Doo Straight to Streaming

Scooby Doo….where are you? Everyone knows the name of animated Hannah-Barbara four-legged canine character as well as the rest of his human companions (i.e. Scooby gang) in their various adventures throughout the years. Created back 1969 by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, the original incarnation came from the cartoon TV show Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! Was a Saturday morning that introduced many of the common themes / concepts that featured teenagers Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, and Norville “Shaggy” Rogers and their talking brown Great Dane named Scooby Doo, who solve mysteries involving supposedly supernatural creatures / beings through a series of antics and missteps...

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No Time To Die

James Bond is back in M’s office in a new set photo from No Time to Die. The 25th installment in the long-running James Bond film franchise was supposed to have already come out by now, but its release was pushed back to November in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. No Time to Die was actually the first major tentpole to move, claiming its new release date just before things took a turn for the worse and virtually every studio in Hollywood cleared their upcoming slates through late July. No Time to Die is now opening the same month as Black Widow, Soul, and several other highly-anticipated projects.

Most understand why No Time to Die was delayed and agree it was the right decision, but fans were still disappointed by the turn of events. The film, which marks Daniel Craig

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Parasite Scores New Streaming Record

Parasite Scores New Streaming Record

Parasite Scores New Streaming Record

Parasite scores new streaming record on Hulu after one week

It has already been a week since Bong Joon-Ho’s Oscar-winning film Parasite had made its exclusive streaming debut on Hulu, and now IndieWire is bringing word that the critically-acclaimed South Korean film is continuing to break records after records as it has become the most streamed independent and foreign-language film among all movies available on the streaming service. On top of that, Parasite has also taken the honor of becoming the second most-watched film of all time in Hulu’s history, beating other popular American films such as How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, A Quiet Place and Creed II.

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Netflix’s Dragon’s Lair Film

 Netflix's Dragon's Lair Film

Netflix’s Dragon’s Lair Film

Ryan Reynolds in talks for Netflix’s Dragon’s Lair film adaptation

Ryan Reynolds is looking to keep his relationship with Netflix going past 6 Underground and the upcoming Red Notice as he has entered talks to star in and produce the streaming service’s upcoming live-action film adaptation of the classic arcade game Dragon’s Lair. (Via Variety)

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An adaptation of the classic game has been in the works for nearly 40 years now, with Alan Dean Foster working on the first attempt that eventually fell apart due to low interest from studios and a second attempt being made in 2015 and ’16 when co-creator Don Bluth and Gary Goldman created an Indiegogo campaign for a teaser to ge...

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Superman Is America’s Favorite Superhero

Superman Is America’s Favorite Superhero  It is a debate that has raged on since the dawn of time, who is the greatest superhero? This deceptively simple question has caused an infinite number of verbal battles, comic book store fistfights and enraged internet disputes, with each and every person having their own, perfect choice, as well as a variety of detailed reasons to back it up. Well, this very question was asked of the American people recently, and the answer, rather unsurprisingly, was Superman.

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The survey that brought us this rath...

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