by Mr. Flix
Boy, are we in for a red letter year for cinema. The hits are destined to keep rolling with nary a dud in sight. To let you know a little about my methodology, I must tell you all that I love sequels. In fact, that's all that I watch (that and re-makes.) I figure if the first was good enough to make a sequel, then that sequal must be all the better. It's a policy that hasn't failed yet.
52 weeks chocked full of mega blockbusters. I can't wait...
George of the Jungle 2 - Brenden Frasier once again bucks stereotype by playing a mentally challenged individual in a loincloth. Who could stay away?
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines - I just LOVED Terminator 2. I should love this one too since it uses the same script
Shanghai Knights - Move over Tom C. and Tom H! Asian super-star Jack Chang kicks his way onto American screens (and hearts!)
Bad Boys II - It could be better than Rush Hour II.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle - Sexy, sexy, sexy. I can't wait for the third one.
Exorcist: The Beginning - The only thing that I love more that a sequel is a prequel. I also love simulquals too.
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde - I just can't get enough of spunky, plunky, and slightly clunky Gigastar Reese.
The Matrix Reloaded - Keanu is sure to put the "load" in reloaded! It's a shame that Aliah couldn't make it to the screenings.
Pokémon 5 - Boy! How do those guys keep coming up with such fresh, original material?
Freddy vs. Jason - Not since Abbott and Costello meet the Werewolf has there been such a meeting of horror greats.
X-Men 2 - The Hollywood rumor mill has it that Halley Barry gets to speak in this one. Let's hope the risk pays off.
When Harry Met Lloyd: Dumb and Dumberer - Hollywoods hottest couple is sizzling again in this homage to the works of Truman Capote.
When Harry met Truman
This is my old project, THROWDOWN.
A group of friends and I put together this little project in 2003 as an outlet of out collective rage and anger about the
subjects that each of us cared about. I was the editor-and-chief and games writer back then.
It was a blast to do and it to be involved in a great collaborative effort using the strengths of my friends was simply amazing. I hope you have fun reading our
work as much as we had in creating it.