It’s official! The Rock is the resurrector of sequels. We watched him find his power in Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. In Fast Five we saw how impressive his force could be. And now, in G.I. Joe:Retaliation, we get to witness the potency of his command. For do not be mistaken, ladies and gentleman, this is the Rock’s show and he rules with a mighty fist.
Side Effects may cause drowsiness: Steven Soderbergh’s neo-noir cum psychological thriller is contagiously dreamy, until it evolves into a nightmare. It’s brilliant. If Soderbergh really is retiring, he’s certainly ended on a high. Side Effects encompasses some of the key themes he has explored throughout his career (it has the sex, it has the lies, it has the videotape) and forms a tribute to past cinema, channeling a Hitchcockian narrative, style and tone.
He’ll be hunted by the Queen of the Universe, which makes us think that Brian May might be involved
Imagine if Miss Congeniality had a bastard lovechild with 21 Jump Street and instead of the bastard lovechild having the face of Amanda Bynes it had the face of Miley Cyrus and the bastard lovechild was nursed and raised by Veronica Mars and you know, the thing where she’s a tomboy teenager and there’s the evil blonde girl and oh no! someone falls over and the guy is hot and oh my god oh my god this is super cute. Welcome to So Undercover.
GIVE ME MY LEGOs BACK!
The Rock and Bruce Willis. Fighting evil. Together. We’re so, so on board with this.
Foxx swaps Dirty South for White House.