"The children are our future." At least, that's what my bumper sticker says.
Slick, cool movie about a depressed, struggling writer (Bradley Cooper), who transforms his life with a smart drug, a little clear pill called NZT. It's like cocaine to the 100th power except instead of "thinking" you're smart and witty - you actually are. This illegal pill allows you to use 100% of your brain and with that, the world is yours for the taking.
You know summer is officially over when the B movies hit the big screen to bridge the gap between blockbusters and award season. It may be early for the October horror movie season, but here come buckets of blood anyways with Robert Rodriguez's Machete.
Wouldn't it be grand to get a film about the creation of the world's most covert organization? Uncover the true story to how that agency came to be and what prompted its creation? Then cast electric stars like Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie, and Robert DeNiro.