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Free Download Big Hero 6 (2014) Full Movie Streaming HD Here’s how this thing is going to go — even if you don’t know anything about Big Hero 6, you’re still going to see it. It’s a Marvel film (well, a Walt Disney Studios film about a Marvel Comics superhero team), and you love Marvel films. You love superheroes. You love superhero teams. But you might also be in the mood for something a little different. How does animation sound? Different, right? What about T.J. Miller voicing an unlikely hero? You love T.J. Miller! He’s on Silicon Valley, which you also love. What else do you love? How about unlikely heroes and robots and mayhem? See! You love that stuff, too!
You know what? You’re going to love Big Hero 6. So maybe it’s time to take a little look at what the Don Hall and Chris Williams film has in store for you (besides love). Check out the first trailer for Big Hero 6 after the break!.
Think of Disney, and you’ll inevitably think of mouse ears, princesses or the inevitable takeover of all mankind. But the House of Mouse is putting off Operation: Re-Mickification for at least a few more months, because it’s got a new obsession: robots.
Back in July, Disney Animation hosted a gargantuan press day for Big Hero 6, the studio’s latest feature, and the conversations hovered around big robots, small robots, malicious bots that would vaporize you as soon as look at you and bots designed to be huggable and mass-marketed to all the world’s children. This Big Hero 6-stravaganza (note: not actually what the event was called) was broken up into five stages: quality time was spent with the Visual Effects, Animation, Script & Story and Production Design departments plus with directors Don Hall and Chris Williams and producer Roy Conli. Everyone spoke on the subject of robotics, which it must be said isn’t too surprising when every Big Hero 6 ad in existence is plastered with images of the superhero robot Baymax.
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- Release Date: May 6, 2016
- Director: Zack Snyder
- Writer: Zack Snyder, David S. Goyer
- Starring: Amy Adams, Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg
The Man of Steel faces off against the Dark Knight.
Warner Bros. took the stage this morning at Comic-Con in San Diego to show off some of its upcoming film slate, including a quick look at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (yes, they are still serious about that title). According to reports from various media attending the event, Zack Snyder took the stage, fresh off a plane that came directly from the film’s set, to show off a short teaser trailer. He also welcomed the trinity of headlining cast — Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot — to the stage before also showing off some images of the cast in their costumes. After the break, we’ve got descriptions of the footage and a first (slightly blurry) look at Gal Gadot in her Wonder Woman armor, complete with a sword.
Here’s something that is true: filmmaker Kevin Smith is a consummate comic book fan, one who almost got to see his own vision of Superman hit the big screen a couple of decades ago (the film that would have been titled Superman Lives, a failed feature that was so tweaked, rewritten, and run into the ground that it was eventually in the nineties), one who has also penned some special series about another favorite comic book superhero (that would be Batman) and someone who is clearly excited about what Zack Snyder‘s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice holds for DC Comics’ most beloved superheroes and the DC universe at large.
Here’s something else that is true: Kevin Smith is not involved with Batman v Superman, and the proliferation of rumors that link the busy filmmaker to a film that he’s not even remotely attached to have become so bizarre and bloated that it’s incredible that anyone could discuss them with a straight face, no matter how desperate everyone seems to be for information on the much-hyped film. The latest Smith-centric rumor that recently hit the web held that Smith penned an entire fake script for the production, which was then purposely leaked it to the press to throw them off the trail of the film’s actual direction. This is, of course, not true.
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- Release Date: May 1, 2015
- Directed by: Joss Whedon
- Written by: Joss Whedon
- Starring: Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and James Spader
Earth’s mightiest heroes reassemble with the help of new allies to take on a new enemy in the form of the sentient robot known as Ultron
How about that Avengers: Age of Ultron plot synopsis, eh? Shockingly generic? Yes it is. They might as well have said, “The Avengers are getting back together because the world is even more threatened this time, and you know you’re going to see it anyway you have your alarm set for May 2015 so why do you keep asking us for a plot synopsis?” In other words, it’s an excellent synopsis that doesn’t give everything away or deliver pure fan service to the faithful. It’s also kind of pointless, so to make it more useful, let’s play Avengers: Age of Ultron Plot Synopsis Mad Libs. Here’s how: Choose a noun, a plural noun, the name of someone in the room, a verb that ends in S, the name of your favorite person, an adjective and one more noun. Plug them (in order) into this handy be-underlined paragraph, and you’ve got the makings of your own superhero film!
Some things should be left to the message boards. Or at least to the comic books. The question of “Who would win in a fight between…” probably goes back millennia. Prehistoric man would look at two different beloved cave drawings and ponder a battle between a bear on one wall and a lion from another. Maybe an early storyteller came up with the tale of this match, concluding the narrative with the animals teaming up and going after a common enemy: humans. Or, because they were man’s villains, the story probably went the other way, with the bear and the lion being manipulated by their prey to fight each other, the result being a draw where they both lose. The latter is basically updated in the movie Freddy vs. Jason. The former story is more apt for one in which two heroes are pit against each other. The upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is assumed to be that sort. The title characters are expected to fight — unless there’s a bait-and-switch a la Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever — and then of course wind up joining forces to at least form the Justice League. One of the most anticipated parts of Avengers: Age of Ultron, meanwhile, is the promise of an Iron Man vs. Hulk scene, which will have to be a brief obstacle for these characters before they reunited as Avengers and go after Ultron.
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- Release Date: July 17, 2015
- Director: Edgar Wright
- Writer: Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish
- Starring: Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas
Biochemist Dr. Hank Pym uses his latest discovery, a group of subatomic particles, to create a size-altering formula. Though his first self-test goes awry, he develops an instrument that helps him communicate with and control insects.
When Edgar Wright left Ant-Man, a lot of excitement for the film went out the door with him. His involvement is what made the project so appealing in the first place. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World showed the director isn’t interested in making a run-of-the-mill comic book movie, but doing something fresh, new, and its own thing. Of course, that’s not the kind of comic book movie we see often enough. Since Wright left Ant-Man over creative differences, was it a matter of Marvel balking over taking some risks? That’s what a lot of fans understandably suspect.
After seeing James Gunn‘s Guardians of the Galaxy, it’s difficult to fathom Marvel getting cold feet over taking another risk. Guardians of the Galaxy is a superhero movie with a talking raccoon, some good old-fashioned dick jokes, and, basically, more of what you’d expect from James Gunn (Slither). Guardians doesn’t feel like a project Gunn had to make compromises on, but instead got to make a movie he can call his own that happened to cost $150m. Perhaps taking chances wasn’t the problem with Ant-Man. Maybe it really was just two different visions that couldn’t see eye-to-eye.
Whatever the story is, it’s a shame Wright’s departure had to happen so late in the game, but now both the filmmaker and the studio are moving forward. Thankfully, Marvel didn’t enlist some slouch to replace Wright. Director Peyton Reed may have directed Yes Man, but he’s also the man behind Bring it On, The Break-Up, and, one of the best comedies in the last 15 years, Down with Love. He’s a director that brings a surprising amount of personality to potentially middle-of-the-road projects.
Since Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige is currently busy fielding questions over Edgar Wright’s past involvement with the project, we thought it’d be best to ask about the version of Ant-Man we’ll actually see. When I mentioned how fantastic Down with Love is, Feige’s enthusiasm for that film and Reed’s body of work rang loud and clear.
“I think you’ll find, from all his films, Ant-Man is the kind of film he’d want to make,” says Feige, when asked what we should expect from the director’s Ant-Man. “It’s just like James Gunn bringing his sensibility to Guardians. Most of our filmmakers have great examples of wonderful things they’ve done, but yearn to do something bigger or different. With Peyton, I think he’s got a great body of work. He has Down with Love and Bring It On which, frankly, kickstarted a genre in itself for a number of years. I do think his sensibility is apparent in all those movies. I don’t think it’s dissimilar about what’s great — and what continues to be so great — about Jon Favreau, is that he’s a master of tone. If you look at Elf it could’ve been a very shallow comedy, but it’s a holiday classic now. We thought it was the showcase for him doing something bigger. We thought the same with the movies Peyton has done.”
Reed is also a huge Ant-Man fan, which isn’t a prerequisite for Marvel, but, according to Feige, it helps. “You have to love something and respect something to sort of twist it,” adds Feige. That’s exactly what Reed has done in the past. He can poke fun at genre while also making a great example of that genre, which he came close to doing with Fantastic Four years ago. It’s a skill set that should serve Ant-Man well.
Once the dust settles over Wright’s departure, maybe some fans will find a way to become excited again for Ant-Man. There’s plenty in this movie to look forward to. After all, it is a comic book movie starring Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas, has a script Edgar Wright and Adam McKay worked on, and it’s from the director of Down with Love. There’s no shortage of talent involved.
Watch Dear White People (2014) Full Movie HD That’s the conclusion reached by far too many people in the real world apparently, and the new film Dear White People sets out to address those opinions on both sides of the color-divide through a combination of frequent laughs and a sharply farcical commentary. If Higher Learning and P.C.U. spent a drunken night together this would be the frowned-upon result of that union. Just don’t call it a movilatto.
Winchester University is an Ivy League school populated primarily with white students, but the campus ignites with controversy after one of the houses hosts a racially-fueled party inviting people to come celebrate and liberate their “inner negro.” We then jump back several weeks in the lives of a quartet of black students who find their own personal agendas intertwined and altered leading up to the party, Samantha White (Tessa Thompson) is at the center of it all thanks to her campus radio show and its signature segment, “Dear White People,” where she offers advice to pale students struggling to navigate the dangerous waters of race relations. (“Dear White People, the minimum requirement of black friends needed to not seem racist has been raised… to two.) Lionel Higgins (Tyler James Williams), by contrast, is trying to avoid the spotlight. He’s black, gay, and more into Mumford & Sons than rap, but while he doesn’t hide who he is he’s at his most comfortable sitting on the sidelines as an observer (and writer for the school paper).
Troy (Brandon P. Bell) is head of his campus house, dating the university president’s (white) daughter, and looking forward to a future in politics. He’s also Samantha’s ex and the son of the Dean of Students (Dennis Haysbert). Colandrea “Coco” Connors (Teyonah Parris) is a dark-skinned, weave-wearing go-getter whose goal is to play whatever game is necessary to find success on a new reality TV auditioning for “interesting” people.
Also along for the comically race-baiting ride are Kurt (Kyle Gallner), the president’s son and head of the house hosting the questionably themed party, and his sister Sophie (Brittany Curran) who’s dating Troy. (Ahem, “Dear White People, dating a black person just to piss off your parents is a form of racism.”) Finally, stuck at the intersection of charming and bland is Gabe (Justin Dobies). He’s currently seeing Samantha on the sly because she fears it would distract from her appearance as a proud black woman.
Writer/director Justin Simien‘s feature debut is a fantastically entertaining comedy that finds itself amid the laughs. Characters pass judgements and stereotypical assumptions, and the film smacks them down with singular fervor. They think they’re in a war of black vs white, but the film avoids the misstep so many of its characters take. The narrative is obviously leaned heavily to one side, but the message is not.
Unlike John Singleton’s angry, melodramatic diatribe back in 1995, Simien’s film gives everyone an equal voice and acknowledges that truth and humanity are shared commodities. That said, he’s not implying that the things everyone says are of equal value… because that’s just dumb. (See just about any internet comment thread for confirmation.)
The onscreen talent are no slouches either as each of them bring a real energy and investment to the film. Thompson stands out for her vitality and beauty (inside and out) that radiate from the screen alongside a performance that’s just comical enough to earn laughs from little more than her various expressions. Williams, best known for TV’s Everybody Hates Chris, already shows a mastery of understated comic delivery and is allowed multiple opportunities to shine here.
For as much as the script gets right though there are a few problems. A subplot involving Samantha’s dad is little more than a tangent, but it’s expected to wring emotion it never had the time to earn. Some of the observations are a bit too on the nose and cliched, and (sin of movie sins) we get a flashback in the film to a scene that we just watched earlier in the film. Seriously, if the audience needs reminding of something they saw an hour earlier than either they’re idiots or you’ve done something wrong. Finally, some of the characters’ statements aren’t as challenged as they should be. I’m looking at you “Black people can’t be racist…”
Dear White People succeeds because it delivers its message with common sense and wisdom instead of a heavy hand. Everyone learns here. Black, white, gay, straight… no one person has all the answers or a copyright on the final truth of being human. Ultimately, the only ‘us vs them’ that matters is between those who get it and those who don’t. But hey, if that’s not enough to get your ass in a theater seat there are also jokes about big black dicks, “purple drank,” and white people’s obsession with touching Afros.
- Director: Justin Simien
- Writer: Justin Simien (screenplay)
- Stars: Tyler James Williams, Tessa Thompson, Kyle Gallner