Michael Bay has a pretty extensive portfolio under his directorial belt, with 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi being his third project based on real-life events. Like last year’s American Sniper (which was helmed by Clint Eastwood), 13 Hours is a long action drama that puts recent military heroes at the
I’m sure he’ll handle Benghazi with about as much grace as you’d expect.
Let’s all take a moment of silence and thank Pixar for not choosing Michael Bay to direct “Up.”
My brain may have hated the Transformers movies (it hates anything that causes headaches and Shia Labeouf), but my heart will always have a place for watching large robots beat the crap out of each other in stunning HD. Someone I assume to be the world’s biggest Transformers fan with
The makers behind Paranormal Activity and Insidious really understand how to make horror movies, at least financially. After all, the return on investment for their films is astonishing. Recall that Paranormal Activity only cost $15,000 to make and brought in almost $200 million. Every sequel since has replicated this, albeit with higher budgets. This weekend, The