Mark Wahlberg


Uncharted movie delayed yet again

January 26, 2020

Nathan Drake just can’t catch a break. The movie adaptation of Uncharted has been delayed into 2021. According to Aaron Couch of The Hollywood Reporter, the film’s new release date is March 5, 2021. The change comes after Travis Knight became the sixth director to depart the troubled project since 2011. Sony are now reportedly […]

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Film Review: Instant Family (USA, 2018) is an instant failure, despite the likable cast

January 13, 2019

Family films have been a very mixed bag with me. While there are some films out there that really capture the spirit of what makes a family come together in both cinematic terms and emotional terms, most of the family films out there are incredibly cynical in how they are made i.e. a checklist of […]

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Film Review: Mile 22 (USA, 2018) succeeds as an unintentional comedy instead of an action film

August 30, 2018

Oh, look! We have another Berg-er joint coming in cinemas! Mile 22 is the fourth collaboration between actor Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg after the three dramatic films that were based on true stories i.e. the biographical war drama Lone Survivor, the disaster film Deepwater Horizon and the crime drama Patriots Day. All of […]

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Film Review: Daddy’s Home 2 (USA, 2017) is an unnecessary sequel constricted by its family-friendly mentality

November 22, 2017

Who ever would’ve thought the day would come that Mel Gibson would be re-established enough to earn himself a prime role in a family-aimed comedy?  Whilst the controversial figure has been steadily working over the least few years, either headlining under-seen projects (Get The Gringo, Blood Father) or co-starring in ensemble pieces (Expendables 3, Machete […]

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Film Review: Peter Berg offers a spirited homage to “Boston Strong” with Patriot’s Day (USA, 2017)

February 2, 2017

There is no way for Peter Berg’s Patriot’s Day to avoid being labelled as exploitative and “too soon”, if even just for the title. For the past few weeks critics have been piling onto the director’s dramatic retelling of the bombings which took place during the annual Boston Marathon in April of 2013, killing three […]

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Teaser surfaces for Deepwater Horizon

May 31, 2016

Mark Wahlberg and his Lone Survivor director Peter Berg have teamed up again to chronicle the true story of the Deepwater Horizon spill in 2010, and now the first teaser is available to watch. On April 20th 2010, one of the worst ecological disasters in history occurred when a deep sea oil rig off the […]

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New details for Transformers: The Last Knight

May 18, 2016

The quinary to the Transformers series has finally got a title and some cast information, thanks to an ominous Instagram clip posted through the film’s social media channels. View this post on Instagram Calling all #Autobots: Optimus Prime is ready for battle. Are you? #transformers A post shared by Transformers (@transformersmovie) on May 16, 2016 […]

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Oil-rigging drama of Deepwater Horizon comes to life in new trailer

March 26, 2016

The Mark Wahlberg-fronted dramatization of The 2010 BP Oil Spill. It’s a surprisingly heavy trailer that cuts between the titular oil spill and an explanation of oil-drilling by the daughter of Wahlberg’s character. Check it out below: The film releases in Australian cinemas on October 6th 2016. ———- This content has recently been ported from its […]

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Film Review: Daddy’s Home (USA, 2015)

December 24, 2015

When it comes to reviewing a film like Daddy’s Home, one must take a moment to put things in context. You know from the outset – be it the trailer, the poster, the cast, the Director (Sean Anders, Horrible Bosses 2) or any of the other warning signs – that this is going to be […]

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Actor Michael Dorn Talks About Ted 2, working with Seth MacFarlane and more ahead of DVD Release

November 26, 2015

Actor Michael Dorn from Ted 2 spoke to us about the movie, what it’s like working with Seth Macfarlane, and his own childhood dreams, ahead of the DVD release of the American comedy today. What am I finding you up to? How’s the day treating you? It’s fantastic. I live away from LA now, so […]

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Third Entourage trailer drops!

April 15, 2015

Let’s hug it out, bitches! The third trailer for the upcoming Entourage movie has dropped and promises much of the same as the show – copious celebrity guest stars, Vincent Chase’s (Adrian Grenier) massive ego, and everyone still hates Drama (Kevin Dillon). What we can ascertain from the trailer is that Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) […]

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Raunchy official trailer released for Seth MacFarlane’s Ted 2

January 30, 2015

“The important thing about being a human is making a contribution to society”, a silky-voiced Morgan Freeman advises a talking teddy bear (Seth MacFarlane) who is on a mission to achieve ‘human’ status so he have a baby with his partner: Jessica Barth (Tammy-Lyn). The crude follow-up to comedy hit Ted is finally being released […]

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The Red Band Trailer for The Gambler is here.

October 29, 2014

Before the release of The Gambler’s official trailer we’ve been treated to the Red Band teaser. And boy it is packs a punch in its limited time. The Gambler tells the tale of Jim Bennett (Mark Wahlberg), a literature professor with a penchant for gambling. After incurring a debt to Neville (Michael K. Willams) the mob cracks down […]

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Mark Wahlberg to visit Sydney for footage screening of Transformers: The Age of Extinction

May 6, 2014

Excitement is steady buzzing in the air for Michael Bay’s latest blockbuster Transformers: the Age of Extinction. The film’s leading man Mark Wahlberg is set to keep that anticipation high with a special visit to Sydney to help promote a footage screening event on Wednesday May 21. The film also stars Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, […]

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Film Review: Lone Survivor (USA, 2013)

February 18, 2014

Stylish and brutal, Lone Survivor refuses to hold your hand during its harrowing 121 minutes, while you gasp and squirm at the incredibly uncomfortable fate of four U.S Soldiers deployed in the lonely mountains of Afghanistan. Based on the true story of 2005’s failed Operation Red Wings, this film handles the unquestionable dangers of Navy […]

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