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Army of the Dead | Average Guy Movie Review

  After a zombie outbreak Las Vegas is quarantined, sealed off from the rest of the world. Years later, the government plans to nuke the city, destroying it and the undead infestation. Before that happens, casino owner Bly Tanaka (Hiroyuki Sanada) wants Scott Ward (Dave Bautista) - the leader of a militia that aided in the evacuation of Las Vegas - and a team of mercenaries to infiltrate the city and retrieve the $200 million locked in the vault of Tanaka's casino. And they've only got four days to do it. $200 million, zombie infested city, four days... what could possibly go wrong? I'm not really a fan of zombie movies, unless it's Shaun of the Dead  of course. But the idea of pulling off a heist in a zombie infested Las Vegas sounds like quite a fun concept for a movie, even if you know everything will probably go horribly wrong. It is a zombie movie after all. Zack Snyder has built an incredible and colourful world in which zombies exist - the opening credits montage

Mortal Kombat | Moustache Trailer Reaction

The Mortal Kombat trailer has arrived, and it promises a movie that's a blood-soaked, R rated fight fest. If you haven't seen the trailer yet or just want to watch it again, you can check it out below. The first thing that struck me when I watched the new redband trailer for the upcoming Mortal Kombat was the intensity of some of the fight scenes. Well actually I was trying to figure out if I had just seen the guy from Deadpool 2 who was diced up by the rotor blades of a helicopter - Shatterstar - which of course I had because Lewis Tan is playing Cole Young, one of the warriors chosen to represent Earth in this inter-dimensional tournament. As directorial debuts go, Simon McQuoid has picked a big one! Especially with the massive fanbase that a franchise like Mortal Kombat enjoys, and the curse that seems to follow every movie adaptation of a video game. There's a fair amount going on in this trailer - most of it punching and stabbing, of course - which hints at the apparen