Fifteen years ago, superhero movies were dead. Batman and Robin had all but killed them. We were two years away from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, five from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and eight from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So when audiences sat down for Unbreakable, no one was ready.
There's nothing subtle about Vice, an astonishingly unoriginal thriller that plays off familiar fears that violent video games will turn players into real-world trigger-happy sociopaths. The movie is now viewable on demand; some spoilers ahead.
In Vice, Thomas Jane plays a cop who's investigating a resort where androids have gone wild. And as this exclusive clip from the movie shows, he doesn't need to ask any questions about turtles to spot a rogue android. He just asks if he can "imprint" you. The results are pretty entertaining.
In this trailer, Bruce Willis has built a pleasure island where people can do whatever they want to robots, including kill them. But what happens when one of the robots REMEMBERS her copious murders? Uh-oh.
Earlier this week, we learned that Apple's Touch ID could be used in third party apps with iOS 8, paving the way to make your fingerprint a universal password. On a seemingly unrelated note, we also discovered a concept cigarette designed to help you quit smoking. And suddenly, it seemed apparent. We're living in The…
Oh, Saturday Night Live. You saw fit to give us not one but two space-themed sketches during last night's episode, including one that referenced the NASA shutdown. Unfortunately, they were both terrible.
RED was a fun little movie, that was worth watching just for Bruce Willis being Batman, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich acting silly and above all Helen Mirren kicking ass in high heels. RED 2 struggles to recapture the magic of the original, but it's a perfect example of a sequel that doesn't have a good reason to…
Despite the terribleness of the first film and the second film's weird delay, I remain generally pretty positive about G.I. Joe: Retaliation. And this first clip from the movie, in which Bruce Willis and The Rock have a brief chat and then shoot/blow up a great, great many things, does nothing to change that.…
What's it like working with a Gat Man on Emily Blunt's futuristic farm? Why did Garret Dillahunt's character dredge up so much fear? The first-ever deleted scene from Rian Johnson's Looper shows the trigger-happy Gat Man searching for Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis on Blunt's family farm. It's a pretty slick…
Do you ever watch DVDs with the commentary on? Probably not that often! But Rian Johnson, director of the movie Looper, is assuming that you do, and that you want to listen to the special one he recorded and posted to Soundcloud the second time you see his movie. The second time you see it in the theater, that is.
What if Disney made a zany, kid-friendly version of Looper back in 1994? And what if they had managed to cast Bruce Willis and a very young Joseph Gordon-Levitt in their same roles of old and young Joe?
Looper is the sort of movie that doesn't come along that often. Very few action movies bother to tell a real story. Very few indie "auteur" movies have a really compelling plot. And you won't see too many high-concept science fiction films that turn their bells and whistles into a real premise.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt says Looper is the film he's most excited for lately. But how does his time-traveling gangster movie actually hold up? It's everything we wished for — and more.
Action movie legend Bruce Willis is apparently eyeing up a legal battle in order to guarantee that he can pass his massive iTunes library onto his children when he dies.
One of the most eagerly anticipated movies coming in fall is Looper, a time travel gangster flick from Rian Johnson (director of cult favorite Brick), starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis. Last weekend at Comic Con, we had a chance to sit down with Johnson and ask about his theory of time travel, as well…
Writer-director Rian Johnson gave San Diego Comic-Con an extended peek at his new film Looper, in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a hit man who has to kill his future self, played by Bruce Willis. But Willis isn't just out to save his neck — he wants to save the future from his past. Minor spoilers ahead.
If you could go back in time and meet your past self, how hard would you punch yourself in the jaw? That's the question that this new trailer for the time-travel thriller Looper answers. Right on the heels of the international trailer that came out the other day, this trailer features a lot more of Bruce Willis and…
Who would have guessed that Robert Downey, Jr. would look as rakish in a Russian General's uniform as he does in a suit of powered armor?
Two of the year's most anticipated films don't come out this summer — they're the time-traveling thriller Looper from Brick director Rian Johnson, and the new James Bond movie Skyfall. We haven't seen too many images from either film yet, but today Sony released a few ultra-high-res shots of each.