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Where Is The Dredd Review At?

If you read this blog normally then you may (or may not) be wondering where my review of Dredd is. Well if you want to read my thoughts (hint-awesome) on Karl Urban’s take on the man of the law head on over to a new site we have up and running

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He’s The Executioner We Deserve, But Not The One We Need Right Now

Yes I used a played out Dark Knight reference and I don’t care.

I guess it’s better than naming the article “I Just Shat Myself Because Of How Insanely Fu**ing Awesome This Preview Looks.”

Seriously, I love Judge Dredd and hearing Karl Urban rattle off raspy death threats will never get old even when I am watching this for the 50th time in the comfort of my home. I also could barely recognize Lena Headey with short hair and nasty looking scar on her face. I’m pretty sure she just watched a whole lot of Keira Knightly movies to get ready for her part of skinny, cracked out looking brunette.

Dredd opens up and blows your mind in September.

He Never Broke The Law, McCoy Is The Law


How do you start a good Monday you may ask? THIS is how you start a good Monday.

This is the first poster for the upcoming Dredd starring Karl Urban. My excitement knows no bounds right now. If you know me then you know that the Sylvester Stallone version is one of my massive guilty pleasure movies. If you hate it then join the club, I will keep watching it for the popcorn flick it is.

Karl Urban certainly has looked the part in all the shots I’ve seen and he has constantly affirmed that Judge Dredd does not remove his helmet in the movie as they try to keep to the classic character as possible.

Dredd releases this September.

Top 12 Movies of 2012

I know 2011 is just barely half over but it’s never too early to look ahead at next year’s crop of movies. Next year, at least on paper, looks to be one of the biggest years at the theaters with the return of Batman, the Avengers assembling, Ridley Scott returning to science fiction and Peter Jackson revisiting the Shire. While I have been to the theater more this year already than in past years I will list the 12 movies that already have me ready to drop down 10 bucks for a ticket….or 12 for 3D….or 15 for IMAX 3D….or 23 for IMAX with Dbox. Jesus movies are too expensive. I think I may go straight 2D next year.

John Carter (March 9)

Let’s hope Disney’s live action tentpole movie next year fares better than Prince of Persia did. Based on the first John Carter novel, A Princess of Mars, it finds the titular character die in the Civil War era only to reawaken on Mars in the middle of a large conflict. I did like the first preview shown so I have hope that this will be a good flick.

The Hunger Games (March 23)

A young adult novel about a post-apocalyptic society that once a year pick one adolescent male and one female to fight to the death in what is called The Hunger Games. Sounds like young adult reading huh? Suzanne Collins trilogy of novels gets the big screen treatment with a great cast including Jennifer Lawrence, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks and Donald Sutherland. If this is as big as people are expecting we could be looking at the next big film series with Harry Potter done and Twilight ending.

American Reunion (April 6)

Not too be confused with the series of low rent straight to DVD sequels, this is the true sequel lovers of the film trilogy (namely me) have been waiting on. Jason Biggs, Allyson Hannigan, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Chris Klein, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Tara Reid, Shannon Elizabeth and Sean William Scott are all back for their high school reunion and I am pretty sure some stuff involving super glue, pubic hair, gay bar dancing, pie screwing and band camp stories may be involved. And yes John Cho is back as the MILF guy….bonus!

The Avengers (May 4)

Marvel’s big five year plan has all been leading to this. Iron Man, The Hulk, Thor and Captain America all in one movie. One big splooge in my pants movie. The plot is still somewhat under wraps but me thinks Loki is teaming up with the Skrulls to do the whole take over the planet thing. Does it matter really? This movie is going to be huge… in massive.

Prometheus (June 8 )

Ridley Scott returns to the Alien franchise with a prequel that tells how everyone’s favorite chest bursting, acid bleeding xenomorph came into being. I am so excited for a new Alien film it borders on nerdgasm. Then add in it’s Ridley Scott and a cast that includes Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender and it’s pretty easy to see why this made the list.

Amazing Spider-Man (July 3)

Some people think it is too soon for a reboot but I am not one of them. Next year will be ten years since Sam Raimi released the first of his trilogy and while the second film remains one of the finest comic book movies ever made the third was a bloated POS that collapsed under too many villains and not enough story. Andrew Garfield (who was excellent in The Social Network) takes over the role of Peter Parker and yes we are going to have to watch another origin tale but the preview does show that there may be life left in the ole webhead.

The Dark Knight Rises (July 20)

Christopher Nolan ends his Dark Knight trilogy is what is sure to be the biggest movie of 2012. And like all Nolan films this one is a closely guarded secret but we know the main plot involves the League of Shadows coming after Batman with Bane in toe. Whether they will quasi follow the Knightfall storyline and have Bane break Batman’s back remains to be seen but I think it is a safe bet to say so. Joseph Gordon Levitt, Tom Hardy and Marion Cotillard join the cast in a mini Inception reunion.



The Expendables 2 (August 17)

I didn’t see the first Expendables in the theater and when I finally saw it on Blu Ray I was kicking myself for not seeing the huge action orgasm on the big screen. I won’t make that mistake with the sequel. The main crew of Stallone, Statham, Li, Crews, Couture and Lundgren are back this time hunting down Mickey Rourke’s (Tool) killer. Explosions ensue, head are shot, women are bedded then credits. Perfect.

Dredd (September 21)

Guess what? I like the 1995 version of Judge Dredd. And I am not ashamed to say it. Everyone has their guilty pleasure movie and it is my favorite one. You like Top Gun you say? Then I like Judge Dredd. I always thought a new Dredd movie was always a pipedream after the Stallone version left a bad taste in a lot of people’s mouths (Why? It’s awesome!) but finally 17 years later it is happening. And with Karl Urban perfectly cast as Dredd I say it’s time to strap on your Lawgiver and show Mega City One who’s boss….or Judge.

Bond 23 (November 9)

It’s been a rough road getting the new Bond movie into muliplexes. MGM’s bankruptcy (isn’t this like their fourth one) has ensured that we have the longest wait in between films without changing actors to play 007. But it finally looks like their is light at the end of the tunnel. The main plot is still a mystery but we do know that Javier Bardem has been cast as the villain and Ralph Fiennes will play a mystery character. As a Bond fanatic this wait has been rough but hopefully it will be worth it come next winter.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (December 14)

After the merry go round of directors everyone thought we were finally on the way back to the Shire when Guillermo Del Toro was brought on to helm The Hobbit but those dreams were dashed when MGM couldn’t seem to find financing for the massive two part epic (MGM again!! Seriously what purpose do they serve?). Del Toro left and finally Peter Jackson stepped up to the plate realizing that if he didn’t direct the tale of Bilbo Baggins it would never get made. The story is being split up with the second coming out December 2013 (called The Hobbit: There and Back Again) and sees Martin Freeman taking over the role of Bilbo who is tricked by Gandalf, played again by Ian McKellan, to take on an expedition with twelve dwarves into the Misty Mountains to win the treasure guarded by the dragon Smaug.

Django Unchained (December 25)

Quentin Tarantino follows up his biggest hit ever (Inglourious Basterds) with a revenge tale starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kevin Costner. Django (Foxx) is a free slave who is trained to be a bounty hunter by a German (Waltz) and the two team up to rescue Django’s wife from an evil plantation owner (DiCaprio) and his slave trainer (Costner) who has the slaves fight in death matches for the owner’s enjoyment. As much as I loved Basterds I can easily see this becoming my favorite Tarantino film (my favorite is Jackie Brown).

Other big 2012 releases:

Underworld: Awakening (Jan. 20)

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (Feb. 17)

Dark Shadows (May 11)

Men In Black 3 (May 25)

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (June 22)

The Bourne Legacy (Aug. 3)

Total Recall (Aug. 3)

G.I. Joe 2 (Aug. 10)

Resident Evil: Retribution (Sept. 14)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D (Oct. 5)

Halloween 3D (Oct. 26)

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt. 2 (Nov. 16)

The Lone Ranger (Dec. 21)