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Kurt Russell is Ego the Living Planet and Star-Lord's Father in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Just announced at San Diego Comic-Con, Kurt Russell has been revealed to be playing Ego the Living Planet and Star-Lord’s father in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.


Bone Tomahawk (2015) Movie Review | 100 Day Film Challenge - Day 25

 Bone Tomahawk is S. Craig Zahler’s directorial debut and has an all-star cast, featuring Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, and Matthew Fox. Events kick off with two travelers (Sid Haig and David Arquette) who accidentally interfere with an ancient burial ground, which pisses off the group of Troglodytes (who also conveniently happen to be cannibals) it belongs to. 194 more words

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Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell’s son joins cast of Black Mirror season 3

The third season of Black Mirror is putting together a rather impressive cast – with Wyatt Russell joining the line-up as the hit show shifts from Channel 4 to Netflix. 245 more words


Mini-Review - "Tombstone" (1993)

I can see “Tombstone” becoming a guilty pleasure for me – A film that romanticized the old west, far less concerned with historical accuracy and more concerned with showing how amazing these times were. 331 more words


Film Review: Bone Tomahawk

“This is why frontier life is so difficult. Not because of the Indians or the elements but because of the idiots”

I was looking forward to this film for a while. 785 more words


Bone Toma-Hawk: The Review

Director: S. Craig Zahler
Cast: Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Richard Jenkins, Matthew Fox, Lili Simmons, David Arquette
Plot: Sheriff Franklin Hunt (Russell) leads a group of men on a quest to rescue some townsfolk from some cannibalistic tribal kidnappers. 832 more words

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Quentin Tarantino's THE HATEFUL EIGHT (2015): A Wyoming Bloody Snowy Landscape

The 8th film by Quentin Tarantino takes place on a snowy landscape in Wyoming after the Civil War, tells the story of few bounty hunters on the way to Red Rock to collect their rewards, due a tempest of snow they are stuck in a mountain cabin with few other travellers, they have to share the place until the blizzard is gone but no one is safe and no one is to trust. 192 more words

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