This looks like a pretty cool documentary. Keanu Reeves produced this documentary called Side By Side in which he chats with some of the best directors Hollywood has to offer and we get a great behind the scenes look at what goes into making a movie. Check out this trailer and let us know what you think.
Here's a trailer for the upcoming comedy "Butter." This looks really funny. Hopefully it lives up.
The Avengers was the biggest movie of the year, and many would argue that it was the best as well. Would it have been if this were the opening scene? Here's the deleted intro to The Avengers.
St. Pierre's Review: I really enjoyed it. The people behind the Bourne franchise definitely have a formula, and "Legacy" doesn't branch off too far. That's not a bad thing, though. Even though this is a continuation of the story it feels more like a reboot to the series. They dive into a lot of topics, like genetic engineering, that give you a ton of background on what these special agents go through. When compared to the previous Bourne movies, "Legacy" has a lot more background info and less action, but the action that it does feature is flawless. Jeremy Renner is much more suited for this kind of role than Matt Damon. I also really liked the attitude of Renner's character. He has a much different personality when compared to Damon's. While Damon (as Jason Bourne) was very stoic and emotionless looking for pieces to his missing memory, Renner (as Aaron Cross) has all his memory but is still very inquisitive. He wants to know what's going on with the meds he's being forced to take. Cross is even told on a few occasions that he asks too many questions.
If you're just looking for a straight forward action movie, this might not be for you. But, be assured that the next film in the series is sure to blow the roof off a theater. The continuation of the series has been set up very well.
The first trailer for Zero Dark Thirty, otherwise known as the movie about the killing of Osama bin Laden, has been released. It's directed by Kathryn Bigelow, who won the Oscar for "The Hurt Locker."