The whole concept of the Men in Black comics, and the first MiB movie, was pretty sweet indeed. Back in 1997, it was fresh, innovative, and a lot of fun, although my primary pet peeve was that they showed too many of the best scenes in the trailers and commercials.
Colossus: The Forbin Project is a great, classic sci-fi film from 1970 that wasn’t exactly a huge hit, but it’s still a terrific flick that holds up very well.
There's a prequel in the works for I Am Legend, and like a lot of prequel ideas that explain everything to audiences who apparently need their hands held with everything, it seems just a tad absurd.
The days of allowing the third film in a trilogy to be a fan-only, phoned-in mess are over, and with the quality of the first two Men in Black films there is no reason not to have expected great things from this one.
As you read often here on TG, everyone loves to be an armchair quarterback when it comes to genre movies.
Sony Pictures has released a new featurette for its upcoming alien invasion comedy sequel.
This year we already saw a colossal flop at the box office, John Carter, and there were of course many who were predicting it was going to fail for months.
If you were around in the 1970’s, you may recall there was a lot of anger near the close of the decade when a lot of movies were going over budget.
Columbia Pictures has released the first theatrical trailer for its upcoming action sci-fi sequel, Men in Black 3.
Columbia Pictures has released its first trailer for Men in Black 3, choosing to forego the traditional teaser, and jump right into a full-length spot instead.