7 Mar
Gordon-Levitt, Brolin, Alba, Rourke, Liotta, Keach, Willis & more

The duo of Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez return for the followup to their surprisingly good Sin City. What was surprising wasn’t that the original comic could be the template for a good film, it’s just that rarely is a comic book so loyally adapted to the silver screen. Using Miller’s actual comic frames to storyboard the […]


9 Mar
The world class German beast gets angry... or angrier...

The German built Gumpert has always been the Mickey Rourke of European supercars: not pretty, almost impossible to handle and will punch you in the teeth if you’re not paying very close attention. Its Apollo supercar, since its inception in 2005, has always been a track car barely homologated for street use — not the […]


12 Aug
Ironic, or just really expendable...?

I’m pretty much a girlie girl. I pretend to be tough, but the closest I’ve ever gotten to a fight was when a chick in seventh grade gym class made fun of my friend Sophia De La Torre, so I pointed my shaking finger in her face and said, in my best pretend badass voice, […]


18 Dec
The return of Tony Stark

Gotta say I’m pretty excited about this one. Jon Favreau absolutely killed it directing that first film — as far as comic book movies go, it would be almost impossible to beat his adaption of Iron Man. He nailed it in pitch, humor, characterization, everything. You can tell Favreau really knew the source material, which […]


While there was a good decade in there that Mickey Rourke bugged the ever living bejeesus outta me, what with all that plastic surgery and crap (wasn’t dude getting laid enough already?), he came back so strong with Sin City — a role seemingly written for his deformed facial structure — that I got back […]