Lots more Joker and Harley Quinn in new Extended Cut Trailer SUICIDE SQUAD


The new trailer for the upcoming Extended Cut version of the huge Summer Hit Suicide Squad. Judging by the trailer Harley and Joker get even more screen time than in the original. So there is quite a lot of previously unseen footage in the trailer, so lets hope for even more when the longer version is released

Blu-ray and digital release on December 13

BMW Films returns with Clive Owen, 2017 5-Series Full Movie Here

This is not an advert this a thirteen minute action movie

It was in 2001, well before the days of YouTube and online streaming, BMW teamed up with some top talent to produce a series of short films. There were eight in total, and they all starred Clive Owen serving as a hired driver behind the wheel of a BMW vehicle. The series would become the inspiration for the much more famous Transporter movies starring Jason Statham.

Each of the films was also helmed by a major director. We’re talking about John Frankenheimer, Ang Lee, Wong Kar Wai, Guy Ritchie, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, John Woo, Joe Carnahan, and Tony Scott. Additionally, the films were produced by David Fincher and brothers Tony and Ridley Scott. Some notable guest appearances across the films included Madonna, Gary Oldman, Don Cheadle, Mickey Rourke, and even James Brown.

Source: BMW Films returns with Clive Owen, 2017 5-Series


Credited cast:
Clive Owen Clive Owen
The Driver
Dakota Fanning Dakota Fanning
Daniel Kash Daniel Kash
FBI Agent
Tennille Read Tennille Read

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Trailer


UK Release April 28 2017

US Release May 5 2017


Credited cast, sorted by IMDb STARmeter:
Chris Pratt Chris Pratt
Zoe Saldana Zoe Saldana
Karen Gillan Karen Gillan
Chris Sullivan Chris Sullivan
Sylvester Stallone Sylvester Stallone
Bradley Cooper Bradley Cooper
Rocket (voice)
Elizabeth Debicki Elizabeth Debicki

The Five-Year Engagement, is what you expect Review Trailer


There is absolutely nothing new about wedding movies coming out of Hollywood studios and one of the reasons Hollywood keep coming out with these movies as they keep being successful.

This movie starring Emily Blunt and Jason Segal called The Five-Year Engagement is a film that has some great comedic moments and the performances by the lead characters are in many ways charming. Unfortunately, overall the movie fails to find a balance and it doesn’t seem to know whether it wants to be a crude comedy, or a true romantic comedy.

The movie is produced by Judd Apatow who’s previously known for producing the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The movie is also written by the scribe of this film and many people who go to the theatre will be expecting a movie of similar standards. Instead of this, the movie just has a standard plot about whether or not these two characters will get married.

The film runs for over 120 minutes and it has a huge number of minor characters who don’t really add anything to the plot. All they seem to do is increase the running length of the movie which will make the audience rather tired of what is happening on screen..


The movie tells the story of two characters who are clearly very much in love. They get engaged and plan to get married, but as the title of the movie gives away, not everything goes as planned. Many things start getting in the way of their marriage and it gets consistently delayed. There are many things that gradually take their toll on the relationship after they get engaged, such as the fact they had to move house for Blunt’s character to pursue an academic career, and Segal’s character is not satisfied with his career.

The style of the movie is pretty standard and it follows the story about how hard it can be to keep a good relationship going. There are moments of comedic brilliance in the movie such as when the character of Tom decides to grow a beard like a mountain man. The relationship is strained even more as the characters find themselves attracted to other people and they eventually have to be separated for work. Of course, this movie is going to have a happy ending, and the climax of the movie is entirely expected. That said, there are moments to enjoy and despite its lack of cohesion the film does entertain.