Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin’s reboot of GODZILLA will debut on 4K Ultra HD May 14

GODZILLA, the action-packed 1998 monster spectacle from Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, the filmmaking team behind Independence Day, debuts on 4K Ultra HD May 14 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Matthew Broderick (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off) and Jean Reno (Léon: The Professional) team up as the unlikely heroes out to save New York City from the giant, fire-breathing monster…

Movie Review: UNSTOPPABLE

“This is Will Coulson, your conductor, we’re gonna run this bitch down.” Unstoppable marks the fifth collaboration between Tony Scott and Denzel Washington as well as the second time in a row the pair get to play with trains. Their working relationship has yielded some good (Man on Fire) and some bad (Déjà Vu). You can…

Movie Review: WARRIOR

Gavin O’Connor delved into family dysfunction with his previous picture, the crime drama Pride and Glory. Before that, he directed 2004’s Miracle, a rousing underdog story about the USA’s Olympic hockey team and their victory over the heavily-favored Russians. In Warrior, O’Connor and co-writers Anthony Tambakis and Cliff Dorfman combine both themes for a tear…

Blu-ray Review: JOBS

Here’s to the crazy ones…because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do. In some small way, Steve Jobs has touched the lives of just about everyone on this planet. Even if you’ve never owned an Apple product, you’ve probably, at the very least, taken…

Movie Review: TRANSFORMERS – DARK OF THE MOON

“Years from now they’re gonna ask…where were you when they took over the planet?” The summer blockbuster season reaches its nadir with the third installment of Transformers, based on the popular toy line from Hasbro, and directed by Michael Bay, purveyor of overblown schlock. Bay’s first Transformers film was lifted above its leaden coming-of-age narrative by a Spielbergian…

Movie Review: TRANSFORMERS – REVENGE OF THE FALLEN

Transformers was previously the most Michael Bay that Michael Bay ever Michael Bay-ed. But, Bay actually out-Bays himself with the sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The second film based on the popular Hasbro toyline is bigger, louder and longer than every previous version of the property combined. It’s a two and a half hour assault on…

Movie Review: TRANSFORMERS

Any child of the 80’s will remember how their Saturday mornings and after-school afternoons were spent watching mind numbing cartoons based around toylines. For girls, there was My Little Pony, Strawberry Shortcake, and Rainbow Brite. For the lads, there was G.I. Joe,Thundercats, He-Man, and Voltron. Without a doubt, one of the most popular franchises was Transformers. The concept was pretty simple. Boys…