Today’s releases include True Detective, Non-Stop, the anime Maoyu and more.
Browsing: “Liam Neeson”
This is, I think, the first time I’ve seen him basically admit that his reference-heavy, detached humor is a defense mechanism evolved from growing up weak among manly men
I can’t entirely recommend Non-Stop, but I’m also not completely immune to its charms.
What about the Liam Neesons, though?
Why pass up the most obvious in-joke ever?
This week in Blu-ray, the game is on! Not just for Sherlock, but for 7th-century Chinese Sherlock, and some kid named Ender.
Here’s my question: if you’re going to do this kind of thing, and brave the legal wrath of Christopher Nolan, WB and DC Comics…why not really stick it to them and make a knock-off Jaimie Alexander likeness as “Wonderful Woman”?
Well, demonic plush, if you’re not going to kill me, I have things to do.
This is literally everything we tend to like, in one movie.
Prepare for Non-Stop, the latest Liam Neeson movie in which, once again, somebody tries making anonymous threats to Liam Neeson.