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Thought I’d post this being as it is funny and has to do with Movie-Vault.com’s site owner Tyler Cruz and his game, that is in development, RobotWarz. These videos are pretty funny. Not meant to represent the actual game itself, it’s just some free promotion.
- Keyword Winner 36 Hours Before Pre-Launch (gseo.net)
- Keyword Winner – Pre-Launch Has Started! (johnchow.com)
$5 A Day is a fascinating movie about a father (Christopher Walken) who constantly lies and boasts that he can live off of $5 a day. He tells his disbelieving son that he is dying of cancer and needs to go to Mexico to get special treatment there, but he needs a driver to take him there. $5 A Day is a rare movie about father-son bonding with some comedy and drama thrown in for good measure. This would make a nice rental or a cheap buy. One of Christopher Walken’s best performances in a while.
As usual click the picture to read my review @ Movie-Vault.com!
- Todd Solondz’s Next Movie Grabs Christopher Walken and Mia Farrow (moviefone.com)
- First Trailer For The Star-Studded Trapped Chilean Miner Movie (cinemablend.com)
- Christopher Walken, Mia Farrow And Selma Blair Cast In Todd Solondz’s Dark Horse (cinemablend.com)
- Farrow, Walken to play Mom and Dad in Solondz drama (reuters.com)
- This Week in DVD & Blu-ray: Predators, Please Give, Disneynature: Oceans (slashfilm.com)
Bull Durham is a movie about a minor-league team with Catch “Crash” (Kevin Costner) teaching “Nuke” (Tim Robbins) how to become a professional, major-league-worthy baseball player. Along the way both players desire loose-woman Annie (Susan Sarandon) who takes it upon herself to sleep-with and teach one player every season about the game of baseball, and life in general. Bull Durham is a comedy-drama-romance. More for the baseball movie audience and fans of these stars early performances.
As usual click the picture to read my review of Bull Durham @ Movie-Vault.com!
Hot Tub Time Machine is a fascinating movie. One I was pretty sure I wasn’t going to like. Despite the lame name and the even lamer cover, this movie has both outrageous humor and a touching core headlined by John Cusack, who’s acting career is popular for reaching the soft part of your heart. I was won over by this movie which also had a much more complete story than I thought it would going in. Definately worth a rental, try before you buy!
As usual click the picture to read my full review @ Movie-Vault.com!