Wolf Gnards explores the many ways a tyrannosaurus can get into a theme park guest center–or any building, really. We vote for “Those tiny arms have evolved over millennia to pick locks.”
There are no bulletproof monks in Nak Prok/Shadow of the Naga. In fact there are some remarkably violent novices who’ve hidden stolen money in a monastery and have to get it out again. Wise Kwai has the trailer and a discussion of Nak Prok and the new Thai […]
“What the Wonder Twins Would Take the Form and Shape of if They were Sent to Correct the Subprime Mortgage Crisis” is a McSweeney’s article that is most likely not providing cover for a heist.
It’s a heist worthy of Johnnie To and Simon Yam: “On Monday night, robbers stole 228 bottles of vintage Chateau Lafite Rothschild, France’s prized Bordeaux – a haul valued at 6.8 million Hong Kong dollars ($877,000), Hong Kong police confirmed.” (via SuperPunch)
The makers of Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys have made a sexploitation lesbian heist movie in homage to Russ Meyer: Bitch Slap. It’s no Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! but it’s the movie Quentin Tarantino wishes he could make with Zoe Bell doing the stunt choreography.
Linda Holmes and Andrew O’Hehir see some things in John Travolta’s The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 villain: “the lamentably noisy bad guy” replacing a more chilling, bureaucratic evil and a far more awesome possible movie: “Freddie Mercury …. starring in some cracked Tony Scott movie where […]