Since World War II, shortwave radio transmitters called "numbers stations" have been sending out strings of words and digits, typically read by an artificial female voice and largely thought to be a really creepy-sounding code system to deliver messages to spies. The Numbers Station--in actual theaters April 18, not that you'd exactly know it from the trailer--adds to those stations' mythology, asking: Hey, what if the artificial female voice delivering those codes was actually just the robotic acting of Malin Åkerman? Also: what if someone forcibly took over her station and began transmitting their own nefarious number sequences? As you'll see below, the answer to both of those questions is that John Cusack would indiscriminately shoot a gun.
Recent dire-looking fare like Trespass, Justice, and Stolen having diminished Nicolas Cage's standards to desperate new lows--even for Nicolas Cage--cinema's most resilient, trash-loving cockroach has scuttled up to a new project that will make you ask whether or not it's for r... / Continue →
While Zac Efron, Matthew McConaughey, and Nicole Kidman have, respectively, been involved in a Disney musical, a male stripper showcase, and the second-most lurid depiction of Batman to date (Batman & Robin had the nipple suit, after all), you have yet to see what may be their ... / Continue →
I can't imagine Tom Cruise is much of a drinker, but if you were able to get him away from Katie and Xenu for an all-night binge, the basic elements of this trailer for Rock of Ages are what I figure you would end up with: Tom Cruise strutting around with shirtless bravado, Tom... / Continue →