Posts Tagged ‘Jing Tian’

Kong: Skull Island – Decent creature-feature fun – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Kong: Skull Island is normally the kind of films that would shown up on the big screen in the summer, but has actually come at a welcome time for parents of young children. Their offspring will have been looking forward to Hugh Jackman’s latest Wolverine outing in Logan, but they can’t watch it in the […]

Kong: Skull Island – ‘Rise of the King’ Trailer

Kong: Skull Island reboots the classic story once again. While I never got round to watching Peter Jackson’s King Kong (I have an aversion to overlong movies, sometimes, and that one’s over three hours in both its regular and extended forms), I hope this one don’t go on too long. And now a new trailer […]

Kong: Skull Island – Official Trailer 2 – Tom Hiddleston

Kong: Skull Island reboots the classic story once again. While I never got round to watching Peter Jackson’s King Kong (I have an aversion to overlong movies, sometimes, and that one’s over three hours in both its regular and extended forms), I hope this one don’t go on too long. And now the second trailer […]

The Great Wall – Official Trailer 2 – Matt Damon

The Great Wall is situated around said landmark in China, with the tagline: 1700 years to build. 5500 miles long. What were they trying to keep out? Well, some form of monsters, it seems. And now the second trailer has been released. Thanks to the directorial hand of Yimou Zhang (House of Flying Daggers), everyone […]

The Great Wall – Official Trailer #1 – Matt Damon

The Great Wall is situated around said landmark in China, with the tagline: 1700 years to build. 5500 miles long. What were they trying to keep out? Well, some form of monsters, it seems. Thanks to the directorial hand of Yimou Zhang (House of Flying Daggers), everyone flies about or jumps into oblivion and survives, […]

Kong: Skull Island – Official Comic-Con Trailer

Kong: Skull Island reboots the classic story once again. While I never got round to watching Peter Jackson’s King Kong (I have an aversion to overlong movies, sometimes, and that one’s over three hours in both its regular and extended forms), I hope this one don’t go on too long. The film takes a trip […]

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