If this first official trailer is anything to go by, Brad Pitt’s newest movie Fury certainly looks the real deal.
Set in Germany during the Second World War, there is a definite flavour of Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers about it, which can only be a good thing.
Directed by David Ayer (of Street Kings and End of Watch fame), it stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf and Logan Lerman. It has a UK release date of 24th October 2014.
Have a look at the excellent trailer here…
The Three Musketeers, review by Henry Kwan of the All Action No Plot Movie Club
Before getting properly into this review, this reviewer would just like to point out that although he will NEVER EVER forgive Paul WS Anderson for Mortal Kombat, Alien Vs Predator and the Resident Evil movies, he does endeavor to look at all subsequent Paul WS Anderson films on an objective basis and judge them based on their individual merits rather than with any form of bias.
With that of the way let us dive into the latest blockbuster from Mr. Anderson himself, The Three Musketeers. The film opens in 17th century Venice with Arthos, Aramus and Porthos (Matthew MacFadyen, Luke Evans and Ray Stevenson) the titular three musketeers, each being introduced ‘freeze frame style’ within their own action scenes.
You can read the full review here… The Three Musketeers, Review.