Cowboys and Aliens Review: The Gold Rush Goes Intergalactic

The moment I heard that Dreamworks would be producing the film adaptation of Scott Mitchell Rosenberg's 2006 graphic novel Cowboys and Aliens I was probably one of the most excited fanboys in the state of Texas and that excitement grew exponentially as it was announced that the epically badass Daniel Craig and fan favorite hottie Olivia Wilde would be starring and comic adaptation guru Jon Favreau would be directing.  Then came the greatest news of all: screen legend Harrison Ford was set to star, making the epic return to sci-fi that we have all anticipated for decades.  And I am pleased to report that all of this terrific news has culminated in one seriously awesome sci-fi/western romp as kick-ass and visually impressive as we all hoped for.

Top 5 Tuesday: The Top 5 Worst Superhero Films of the...

Welcome to Top 5 Tuesday, a column that celebrates turkey bacon, comfy shorts, and inexplicable 3-week-long hiatuses. Each week we'll be listing off the Top 5 persons, places, things, or ideas of our own choosing. This week, in celebration of the release of Green Lantern, TMP brings you: "The Top 5 Worst Superhero Films of the Last 10 Years."

TMP Reviews – X-Men: First Class

With two decidedly weaker sequels (and one that’s nearly unwatchable) the X-Men franchise needed a big hit in order to pull itself back from the brink, and breath new life into the series.  That’s exactly what the filmmakers hoped to do with X-Men: First Class...and it worked.

TMP Reviews: Thor

From the beginning, Thor was expected to have the most difficult production of all the Marvel movies.  Well his other Avenger cronnies stuck to science fiction formula, Thor was a different breed all together.  Believe it or not, Norse superheros aren't that scientific, nor believable, and Thor was going to have to find away to bridge the gap between itself and The Avengers.  On top of all of that, it had to deliver a mainstream film that audiences would like without taking away the fantasy elements geeks would swoon over.  Now, with the film's release already upon us, can we validly say the film succeeded in juggling all of these elements?

To put it bluntly, a resounding "YES."

Top 10 Comic Book Movie Quotes

If you've paid attention to the site, then you've probably realized that we here at TMP love our comic book movies. So we found it fitting that our very first VIDEO countdown feature that genre of films.

5 Major Concerns With The Justice League Movie

With the recent news from Warner’s Brothers President of motion pictures, that a Justice League movie is in the works with the goal of reaching theaters in 2013, many fanboys find themselves torn.  While most of us are excited for such a team-up, it’s seems very sudden with a lot of issues behind it.  Here at TMP, I’ve listed my five biggest concerns for this movie.

‘X Men: First Class’ teaser trailer premieres with a bang [Updated]

[Update] We've update with some high-res stills from the trailer, just in case you missed something. [Update]

The fact that the trailer for X Men: First Class didn't premiere at the Super Bowl is appalling.  Why didn't Fox's biggest movie of the summer premiere during the biggest event of the year that AIRED on Fox.  I thought it was because the trailer wasn't done yet.  But then they up and release the teaser four days later!  What are they doing over there?  Regardless, how was the trailer?  Well...not worth waiting for, I'll tell you that much.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt in ‘The Dark Knight Rises’? Olivia Wilde in...

The rumor mill continues for two of the most anticipated comic book movies of 2012.  So who will Joseph Gordon-Levitt play in The Dark Knight Rises?  And who will play Lois Lane in 'Superman'?  Read on to (not) find out.

Comic Book Movies: Is it time to rest?

While the genre spent many years appealing to a niche audience and suffering terrible adaptations, comic book movies have found their way into the mainstream.  Now that they have, though, is it possible we're being overwhelmed by them? 

Machinehood – Book Review

Hugo Award nominee S.B. Divya (Runtime) is back with Machinehood, an action-packed sci-fi thriller about artificial intelligence, sentience, and labor rights in the near...