In Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim, giant monsters rise up from the Pacific ocean to wage war on man, and man responds by creating massive, powerful mech-suits to fight back the beasts. Meanwhile, in rip-off expert The Asylum's Atlantic Rim, that also happens, but due to trademark and budgetary constraints, now it happens in the Atlantic, the robots are controlled by looking like you're going bodyboarding, and the biggest star is Maverick and Die Hard 3 supporting actor Graham Greene. Otherwise, same thing. Here's the trailer:
He was the first one to sign up AND he passed all the tests? Now that sounds like the kind of punctual, satisfactory antihero I can get behind!
Guess what. There's this now: Mega Piranha--which, believe it or not, is a different thing than this other piranha movie with Richard Dreyfuss, Christopher Lloyd, Jerry O'Connell, and Elisabeth Shue.
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I know everyone is excited about Terminator Salvation, but let's not hastily disregard all the other upcoming films with the word "Terminator" in their titles. Asylum Entertainment's The Terminators, for instance. Their Terminator content is pluralized, so you do the math. Here... / Continue →
Now one year since early Anchorman 2 teasers first brought everyone back together, here's a new teaser, with even more of the cast saying spouting catchphrases and/or showing symptoms of mental illness. Savor it, because the film still isn't coming out until Christmas.
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