Crandall and Mercy are joined by Dave Humphrey to review Ben Affleck’s Oscar Frontrunner ARGO. Inspired by the true story of the Canadian Caper, Argo is a masterpiece of character and suspense that establishes Affleck as one of our best filmmakers – or as Mercy calls him ‘Mini Clint’.
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dun dun…dun dun…dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun BA-DA-DA-DAAAAA-BAAHHH!! Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Jaws hits blu-ray. It’ll make you smile, you sonofaBOOM!
The movie studio forgets to bring Matt Damon along for the newest Bourne flick, but finds a pretty good replacement in Jeremy Renner in The Bourne Legacy (aka “Jason Bourne Was Here”).
Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass remember to deliver a kick-ass end to the Bourne Trilogy (for those that can stomach the camera work).
Matt Damon still can’t remember much…and director Paul Greengrass can’t remember to use a tripod in The Bourne Supremacy.
Matt Damon can’t remember anything…except how to kick major ass in The Bourne Identity.
Welcome to the newest segment from Armchair Directors. Not the segment we deserve, but the segment we need: Bat-Chat! Joining Mercy at Lookin’ For Heroes in downtown Kitchener are Batman superfans Charlotte Armstrong & Selena Schaffner. Today’s topic: Bane! From comic to film, we discuss the history of the man who “broke the Bat.”
Visit Lookin’ For Heroes on the web at http://www.lookinforheroes.com
Guelph’s own Chad Archibald dreams up a kick-ass indie feature film with “Neverlost,” the film is screening all around this month – check this graphic for locations/dates.
“Give me back my wife!” OK, so Russell Crowe never utters that phrase but there are certainly parts of Paul Haggis’ The Next Three Days that make it feel like a movie Mel Gibson would have been at home starring in 10 years ago. Is it worth your time or will the next three days be filled with regret from watching it – Crandall and Mercy give you the scoop.
Ryan Reynolds is six feet under in “Buried.” Mercy feels the whole thing is like taking an unpleasant dirt nap, while Crandall is riveted by the claustrophobic intensity.