“X-Men: Evolution” and the forthcoming “Justice League” are both based on comic books. So, naturally, they’re getting comic books of their own, based on the TV series, which were based on comic books. Ugh. Too many circles for my mind to comprehend. The Cinescape article doesn’t explain it much better, though.
Maybe I’m just getting in touch with my inner child, but I really wanted to watch “Samurai Jack.” The review follows.
This is rather disturbing… in one of the weird little dots that used to make up the Soviet Union, the police are arresting and allegedly torturing people who re-enact scenes from Tolkien novels.
Okay, censors isn’t perhaps the most correct term, but that’s what they’re called. The Swedish Board of Film Censors has given “A.I.” a “15” rating, which prevents anyone under the age of 15 from seeing the film. Remember, kids, violence is okay (“Pearl Harbor” got an “11” rating), but not things that make you think. Requisite Reuters story.
It’s gonna be plastered all over every Web site from here to Bangladesh
by morning; who am I to buck the trend? Lucasfilm just announced
that the full title of SW2 will be “Star Wars Episode II:
Attack of the Clones.” The silly jokes may now commence.
The 1978 classic “Dawn of the Dead,” sequel to the TRUE classic “Night of the Living Dead,” is latest on the list of movies that are going to be re-made. Details are few at this early stage.
A couple of people have been emailing me with messages along the lines of “hey, my screen’s full of errors instead of informative news-y goodness.” Details follow.