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This Week In Home Entertainment: Blue Jasmine, Machete Kills And More
If you were to have (or do have) a stack of Woody Allen films in your home and you were about to watch one with a group of friends, Blue Jasmine would not be at the top of the pile. In fact, it probably would be at or very near the body of the pile. Not because it lacks humor. Not because it lacks a decent cast or a well-written script. Blue Jasmine is a fine movie, with all of the necessary elements to earn it a few Oscar nods. It’s also an uncomfortable one.
Exclusive Machete Kills In Memorium Clip Shows All The Deaths And More
Are you into Danny Trejo’s famous character Machete? We have some excellent exclusive clips to share with you, but they are both chock full of spoilers, so if you haven’t caught the film yet, you will be spoiled. Additionally, the clips are NSFW.
Machete Kills Will Fight Its Way Onto Blu-ray And DVD In January
Machete Kills was a sequel no one asked for, but that doesn’t mean it’s the worst thing you could buy into. After all, Rodriguez was still on board to direct this time around, and a slew of famous faces also joined the cast. Soon, Universal Studios Home Entertainment is bringing Machete Kills onto Blu-ray and DVD on January 21.
Weekend Box Office: Gravity Holds Strong To Number One, Machete Gets The Ax
There was big continued pull on audiences from Alfonso Cuaron's sci-fi thriller Gravity this weekend. After setting a record for the highest October opening last weekend, the movie held on strong, dropping just 20% and maintaining a death grip on the number one spot. Adding $44 million this weekend, it handily crossed the $100 million mark winding up at $123 million domestic and nearing the $200 million level internationally.
Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Captain Phillips, A.C.O.D. And Machete Kills
Looking to Captain Phillips, ACOD, and Machete Kills for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of inspiring biopics, wild family-comedies, and over-the-top action flicks.
This Rotten Week: Predicting Captain Phillips And Machete Kills Reviews
Feeling a little under the weather. Whatever Ebola-like virus Little Rotten Week was carrying around, well she shipped it in my direction. When this ends up being the contagion that takes down the planet, we can consider her patient zero. See you all when the chaos subsides. While we wait for the end of the world let’s talk pirates and machetes
Danny Trejo Is Coming At You In 3D In Machete Kills Trailer, Plus New Clips
Machete Kills has its titular anti-hero (Danny Trejo) recruited by the president (Charlie Sheen) to take down a deranged arms dealer (Mel Gibson), who has an army of super soldiersplayed by Lady Gaga, Vanessa Hudgens, Antionio Banderas, A Better Life’s Demian Bichir, Cuba Gooding Jr, and Sofia Vergara as a brothel owner with lingerie that really bring a man to his knees.
Machete Kills' President Charlie Sheen Calls For Legal Marijuana And Nude Tuesdays
The above clip, via IndieWire, presents just a piece of the radical world that Danny Trejo’s titular character Machete calls home. The (hypothetical) President wants marijuana legalized, and also wants to incorporate Nude Tuesdays into the daily way of life. Aw shit yeah, right?
Mel Gibson Unleashes An Army Of Super Soldiers In New Machete Kills Red Band Trailer
A sequel to Rodriguez's 2010 film and based on a screenplay written by newcomer Kyle Ward, the new movie finds the titular hero (Danny Trejo) called upon by the President of the United States (Carlos Estevez a.k.a. Charlie Sheen) to help in a mission that will prevent a madman arms dealer down in Mexico (Mel Gibson) from launching a deadly missile into space.
Machete Kills Shows Off Its Ridiculous Ensemble In Its Latest Poster
The film, scripted by Kyle Ward based on a story by Robert and Marcel Rodriguez, begins as Machete (Trejo) is called upon by the President of the United States (Sheen) for a dangerous mission. A psychotic arms dealer (Gibson) has set up shop down in Mexico, and the titular hero has to stop hime before he is able to launch a weapon into space.
Fall Movie Preview: The Profit vs. Prestige Venn Diagram
Welcome to fall movie season, where it's all about awards bait if you look in one direction (hello, August: Osage County!) and all about oddball blockbusters if you look in another (happy to see you, Riddick). Like any other time for movie releases, autumn is all about what you make of it, whether that's catching the three-hour French drama about lesbians or counting down the days until The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. But if you want an advance look at which films are begging for awards and which are best paired with a giant tub of popcorn, look no further
Machete Don't Tweet In New Machete Kills Trailer
Machete Kills is a very real movie, as crazy as that still seems. The unlikely sequel to the unlikely Machete, all based on a fake trailer for the unlikely Robert Rodriguez-Quentin Tarantino collaboration Grindhouse, Machete Kills brings back Danny Trejo as the titular fearless killer
Machete Kills Poster Gives Charlie Sheen A New Name, Declares Him As President
First announced to be part of the cast back in June of last year, "Estevez" will be playing the President of the United States in the upcoming Grindhouse thriller, which sees Danny Trejo return in the title role. The film sees the President and Machete forge an alliance in order to stop a psychotic weapons dealer (Mel Gibson) from launching a missile into space.
Danny Trejo's Machete Kills And Jason Statham's Homefront Get Pushed Back
Based on a screenplay by Kyle Ward and based on a story written by Robert Rodriguez and Marcel Rodriguez, Machete Kills sees Danny Trejo return as the titular ex-Federale to stop a weapons dealer - played by Mel Gibson - from sending a missile into space. Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Alba will be reprising their roles from the last movie...
Michelle Rodriguez Rocks A Bad-Ass Eye Patch In Machete Kills Poster
Rodriguez will play She in the sequel, which means (I suppose) that she’s different from the character of Luz in the 2010 original. In true sequel fashion, is implementing the plan of escalation, pitting our hero (Danny Trejo) against an “eccentric billionaire arms dealer” who has an elaborate global plan to take over the world.