Fast & Furious 6

Fast & Furious 6Genre: Action
Released: 2013

Rating: ★★★½☆ 

Twelve years ago, I sat in a movie theatre and started my film relationship with Dom, Letty, Brian and Mia. Who knew that twelve years later, we would be six films in and the series would have grossed over $1.5 billion. The first film, entitled “The Fast and the Furious,” was a highly entertaining and well-directed look into the world of street racing. Anyone who loved cars could appreciate the film and the way it was directed. I always geeked out any time a character would hit the NOS (Nitrous Oxide) button and the camera would follow the blue flame out of the back of the car. Or the shots of Paul Walker wearing his Chuck Taylor’s and shifting! Read the Full Review

Immortals

Genre: Action, Adventure
Released: 2011

Rating: ★★★☆☆ 

Note: “Immortals was not actually shot in 3D. The film was shot in 2D and converted later on in post-production. If you see the film, buy the 2D ticket.

Listen, I know the script and story structure are incoherent but I was absolutely stunned and blown away by the beautifully epic action sequences. I literally had tears streaming down my face during the majority of the battle scenes because I couldn’t handle how epic the slow-motion looked. Director Tarsem Singh doesn’t hold back with the violence in this R-Rated brutal look at a fight amongst Gods and even mankind. With the new Superman at the helm, a sick performance from Mickey Rourke, a terrible script, and awesome action, “Immortals” is one of those films that, while not great, is still worth seeing in a theatre. Read the Review

Interviews With Stars Of The Three Musketeers Including Orlando Bloom, Milla Jovovich and More

Kevin McCarthy traveled to London, England to sit down with the stars of “The Three Musketeers” including Logan Lerman, Milla Jovovich, Luke Evans, Orlando Bloom, Ray Stevenson, Matthew MacFadyen and Gabriella Wilde! Watch The Interviews