Best horror movies ever has really been impressed with the rise of Ryan Reynolds and Buried, we wanted to learn more about the man behind it Rodrigo Cortes. He’s been the man behind the scenes, and best horror movies ever wanted to give him some attention.
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Best horror movies ever always looks forward to whatever Guillermo del Toro does including the remake for Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark. Del Toro knows how to get to the root of what creeps us out and sents a chill up our spine. He now wants to adapt Stephen Kings It and Pet Semetary.
I got to check out Buried at Sundance and Ryan Reynolds keeps cementing his future in Hollywood by embodying characters to perfection. This is one of the few remakes that truly stays close to the original and makes you forget it’s a remake.
Best movies ever has loved Tim McGraw since he started acting in one of our best movies ever made film Friday Night Lights (which was also turned into an excellent tv series that ends this season). Now he’s reunited with Garrett Hedlund from the same film in Country Song which opens December 22, 2010 which makes for an odd Christmas movie.
I’ve gotten curious as to why Wall Street 2 Money Never Sleeps feels like the marketing department has fallen asleep selling it. The fanfare it got at Cannes and reviews have been decent, but aside from Michael Douglas doing a little bit, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of pushing for it.
Best horror movies ever thought we’d treat you to the lastest trailer for Eli Roth’s The Last Exorcism and then a video of the real exorcism that inspired the really well done The Exorcism of Emily Rose.
Best movies ever can tell that the director of Scott Pilgrim Vs the World truly loved and had a lot of passion for this film and it shows in every second that it is on screen. Scott Pilgrim is fun for all ages and while sometimes it’s a little over the top, it’s quite the enjoyable film.
Best dance movies ever pretty much knew Step Up 3D wasn’t going to be very good, especially after seeing the ‘preview’ dance on So You Think You Can Dance. Yes, we do like that show, but Adam Shankman even seemed a little embarrassed after the live performance.
Best movies ever is interested in seeing how Scott Pilgrim Vs the World pans out for Michael Cera. He’s definitely getting typecast for this type of film and it will be great to see him try his hand at other things too. His competition Jessie Eisenbergis even changing it up in the Social Network.