"Who is your daddy, and what does he do?"
"ITS NAT A TUMOR!"
Easily Schwarzenegger's most quoted and best one-liners outside of The Terminator franchise, Kindergarten Cop is a 90's comedy gem.
Schwarzenegger plays hard-ass undercover detective turned loveable kindergarten teacher, John Kimble, to catch a drug dealer looking to kidnap his son.
The acting is hammy and the story is farfetched but you can't help but love it. The only thing missing to make this even better is Danny DeVito!
Director Ridley Scott returns to the Alien universe to give us a prequel to his classic 1979 feature film 'Alien'. Following the crew aboard the spacecraft Prometheus, their mission is an expedition to explore the origins of humanity. After being led to a distant planet the crew discover something that not only endangers their own lives but also threatens to destroy all of mankind.
Prometheus is visually stunning in all departments ranging from computer imagery, set pieces, location settings and…
007's ninth outing continues with a small scale feature. Rested is the megalomaniac villain bent on world domination, instead Bond is presented with a more personal mission. When a golden bullet inscribed with '007' is received by MI6, James Bond is relived of his duties in order to protect him. The golden bullet is believed to have come from master assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, famed for never missing a target. Rather than feeling intimidated James Bond sets out to find Scaramanga.…
When a computer hard drive containing the names of all undercover Nato agents is stolen, 007 is dispatched to retrieve it. Following the near fatal mission Bond's loyalty to 'M' is severely tested when former MI6 agent, Raoul Silva, returns to terrorise MI6 headquarters and reveal the identifies of the Nato agents. With no safe place to hide, Bond and 'M' retreat to his childhood home in Scotland and prepare for Silva's impending arrival.
For James Bond's fiftieth anniversary director…