In this last installment of the In the Name of the King trilogy Uwe “Why do people keep giving me money?” Boll returns to make another nonsensical piece of cinematic trash.
I’m not sure who keeps giving Uwe Boll money to make films but after all these terrible movies he’s made I’m starting to suspect he is pulling a Max Bialystock scam from The Producers, and that he is intentionally making flops.
You know what will ruin a wedding party? The Rapture, that’s what. In director Casey La Scala’s “sort of found footage” movie that is exactly what happens, and it’s basically a more palatable version of Left Behind: A Novel of the Last Days on Earth. This is not a good thing.
With the movie Gods of Egypt director Alex Proyas tries to give us a break from all the Greek mythology based movies and show us some of the marvels of the Egyptian pantheon, alas what we get is nothing more than retreaded visuals from the 2010 Clash of the Titans and Prince of Persia. Similarities…
The original story of Snow White is a very simple tale; vane and evil queen wants potential rival of her beauty murdered, a huntsman fakes her death and the young girl is helped later by a bunch of dwarves.