Recently, Hollywood created many films focused on the apocalypse. This is the End is the latest film about the end of the world – but it’s a comedy rather than a drama, and is no less than absolutely hilarious.
Pixar fan-people will tell you that the Disney owned art-house has shown time and time again that their pudding has plenty of artistic proof (the Cars franchise notwithstanding), and Monsters University stands as the company’s latest example of having their cake and eating it too, but in the best possible way.
As one of the most highly anticipated movies of the summer, Man of Steel is a fantastic and convincing reboot of one of the most beloved superheroes, Superman – yet not perfectly executed. Some minor spoilers ahead.
The cinematic reunion of actors Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson begins this weekend as their new movie The Internship is ready to hit theatres.
The dust appears to have finally settled on season 4 of Arrested Development following its Memorial Day release (at 12:01 O.C. time, naturally). The Anns have been hogged, the Queen Mary’s sunk and the chicken dances have been danced (though not really in season 4).
School Spirits by Rachel Hawkins is a great new spin off series sure satisfy fans of sassy heroines and intriguing plots.
“The first rule of magic: always be the smartest guy in the room.” It doesn’t take that smart of a guy to realize that Now You See Me has problems, and plenty of them.
As the final installment of the trilogy, The Hangover 3 is a bit of a fresh take on the franchise, but overall it’s nothing new from what we’ve already seen.
The thrills of Invasion of the Body Snatchers meet the moodiness of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road in this gripping young adult novel of survival, desperation, and humanity.
Spirit and Dust by Rosemary Clement-Moore is the perfect combination of paranormal mystery and sassy characters.
Star Trek Into Darkness has had a lot of anticipation since it was announced, due to the brillant success of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek reboot three years ago. Now in theaters, Star Trek Into Darkness is a perfect mix of action, comedy, and excitement that does the 2009 film, the original series, and all the Trekkies of the world justice.
One part X-Men, one part mystery, Touch by Jus Accardo is a perfect beach read. Hip, edgy characters make this book hard to put down.
One of the most tragic love stories of all time, Baz Luhrmann has adapted another rendition of The Great Gatsby for the big screen. Although a bit over-done at times, The Great Gatsby is a refreshing and modern interpretation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel.
Editor’s note: This is Hypable’s second review of Iron Man 3. Our first was published April 28th.
Iron Man 3 is not the movie you’re expecting and while that may seem like good news at first, it will quickly turn sour as you realize the true film you’re watching is something very, very different.