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The Wall (2017): Wait, Where's John Cena? *STRONG LANGUAGE IN OPENING PARAGRAPH*

The f*cking movie known as “The Wall” is f*cking directed by the motherf*cker known as Doug f*cking Liman (The Bourne Identity, Jumper), stars Aaron f*cking Taylor-Johnson (Godzilla, Nocturnal Animals) and f*cking John Cena (American Grit, Trainwreck), and is f*cking about two American f*cking soldiers, there’s a lethal f*cker, err I mean sniper that is standing in their f*cking way, but the two are divided by a f*cking wall. 1,270 more words

Sam Taylor-Johnson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson Team on 'Million Little Pieces'

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is attached to star in the feature adaptation of James Frey’s book “A Million Little Pieces” with Sam Taylor-Johnson, directing.

The work gained traction after it was featured on Oprah Winfrey’s book club, but it became infamous after the Smoking Gun outed that the memoir about Frey’s drug addiction was all fabricated by the author, who would later admit that it was all fake on Winfrey’s talk show. 134 more words


Number 16 - "Godzilla" (2014)

This is one of the few reviews in my Godzilla-thon that is difficult to talk about, because I have already written a full review of this movie on my blog. 1,786 more words


The Wall

When you bring home a war movie that stars a professional wrestler, you’re prepared to watch a meathead special. Not so with “The Wall” (2017). About two minutes in, I got the sense this was going to be some kind of throwback drama, like a teleplay from 50 years ago or a short story from even longer ago. 43 more words

Movie Reviews

"The Wall" (2017, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, John Cena)

Grade B-

If you set aside the fact that our military cannot be duped so easily as to believe that the enemy on the radio is a U.S. 254 more words


[Audio Review] The Wall (2017) by Bede Jermyn

When I think of filmmakers who successfully transition from the independent film to helm major Hollywood films, one of the first directors that pop into my head is definitely Doug Liman. 125 more words

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Godzilla (2014) - A 2nd American Try at the King of Lizards

It’s a testament to Godzilla’s iconic status that a 16-year wait had little effect on its hype this summer.  I don’t consider the 1998 movie to be quite the total abomination it’s widely made out to be, but it clearly left audiences still waiting for a proper Hollywood rendition of the big guy.  481 more words