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    Dev Patel…the action movie star.


    Official Trailer released. The only criticism…the CGI looks as suspect as in the first film.



    Henry Cavill and Alan Ritchson in a movie together.
    Superman and Reacher. In a Guy Ritchie film.

    Leave it to the fans. A comment from a fan: Alan Ritchson in a WWII movie is the closest we ever gonna get from a Wolfestein movie because the dude would do a PERFECT B.J. Blazkowicz.

    The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare is an action-comedy about the untold true story about an unorthodox special forces unit distributed by Lionsgate and a Guy Ritchie Film.

    Based upon recently declassified files of the British War Department and inspired by true events, The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare is an action-comedy that tells the story of the first-ever special forces organization formed during WWII by UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill and a small group of military officials including author Ian Fleming. The top-secret combat unit, composed of a motley crew of rogues and mavericks, goes on a daring mission against the Nazis using entirely unconventional and utterly “ungentlemanly” fighting techniques. Ultimately their audacious approach changed the course of the war and laid the foundation for the British SAS and modern Black Ops warfare.


      @Maverick “The only criticism…the CGI looks as suspect as in the first film.”

      Isn’t that how is should be? It should fit the style first film, it makes it more authentic.

      I am quite excited for the movie. I love the trailer.


      I was reading old Marvel about a character named Tarot. Thought the concept was good for a mutie character. With a flip of tarot card, Marie-Ange Colbert – the mutant known as Tarot – could foresee future events with crisp clarity or animate the image on her card to do battle for her. Tarot was a member of the White Queen’s Hellions.

      Not really a must see trailer, but I like the idea because they ended up making some pretty good movies out of the Ouija Board. Hopefully, Tarot can be the new platform to launch spooky movies.

      Your fate is in the cards. #TarotMovie is exclusively in theaters this May.

      When a group of friends recklessly violates the sacred rule of Tarot readings – never use someone else’s deck – they unknowingly unleash an unspeakable evil trapped within the cursed cards. One by one, they come face to face with fate and end up in a race against death to escape the future foretold in their readings.


      The first one is still the best but all films in this franchise have been enjoyable. This looks like it’ll continue the trend.


      “One with the Shadows,” I like the night and the dark. This might be good. Really liked “The Hand” in Marvel with Netflix Daredevil and The Wolverine. I really liked Ninja Assassin, that movie.

      Ninjas have fascinated the world with their mysterious and fearsome physical abilities… but what if they were still hiding in modern Japan?

      Watch an all-original story about the last ninja family — one that abandoned its identity in the wake of a past mission — facing a crisis that shakes the nation.

      The Netflix series “House of Ninjas” starts streaming from Thursday, 15 February, only on Netflix!

      And, since it’s on the same theme:

      After escaping his clan and going into hiding in rural America, former ninja Joe Higan is ambushed by assassins who exact bloody retribution on him and his family for their betrayal. After the attack, Joe returns to being known as Ninja Kamui to avenge his family and friends and sets his sights on taking down the very clan that made him.


      Always curious about these single-location thrillers. See if it can get to that Barbarian or Nefarious level of writing and edge of seat attention.

      28-year-old medical student Malina wakes up disoriented in a locked trunk and must realize with horror that she is missing more than just the memory. With her phone as the only connection to the outside world, the intelligent young woman wages a desperate fight for survival while the vehicle races relentlessly toward a terrible secret. Even if she makes it – she will never be the same.


      Amell bros. were underused by Hollywood. A shame, really. And we all know why. The industry did it to themselves.

      In this sequel to Code 8, Connor (Robbie Amell) is out of prison and working as a janitor at a community center, having cut ties with his former criminal associate Garrett (Stephen Amell). Connor’s attempt at staying out of trouble is destroyed when he’s forced to help 14-year-old Pav (Sirena Gulamgaus) escape from a pack of corrupt officers led by Sergeant King (Alex Mallari Jr.). King uses the newly launched robotic K9’s to track Pav down, while Connor finds himself once again reaching out to Garrett and his crew for help, but can he trust the man who landed him in prison in the first place?




      Deadpool & Wolverine looks good.

      This one also has me hyped:


      I enjoyed the ‘Wicked’ book and I’ve got the original Broadway cast recording on CD but I’ve no interest in the film with today’s current DEI bs being put into it.

      As for ‘Deadpool 3’, they lost me the moment Disney bought FOX and also when I saw the TVA outfits from ‘Loki’. 🤬 time travel! I’d rather be dealing with multiverse bs.


        @Maverick : I am a huge POTA fan going way back to the originals, and even the old TV show. So, I am very excited about Kingdom of the POTA.


        @DarthVengeant – the classics are the best. Still amazed at the realism which the costume design and makeup artists were able to achieve at the time.

        Not a fan of Planet of the Apes (2001) though i.e. the one starring Mark Wahlberg and “Michael Jackson”.

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