Kevin: A couple of weeks ago CJ and I reviewed “Avengers: Infinity War,” and we found ourselves surprisingly amenable to Thanos’ desire to wipe out a good chunk of humanity after sitting next to the world’s most annoying Marvel fan. After nearly three hours of having to endure this insane woman’s loud commentary on the … Continue reading Who Is More Annoying in a Movie Theater: Greta Gerwig or the Woman Tweeting Behind Her?
Kevin: If you are wondering why you are seeing a bunch of “Star Wars” memes in your social media feed today, it’s because it is May the fourth, get it? You know, how “fourth” kinda but not really sounds like “force,” so “May the fourth be with you.” Yeah I know it’s really stupid, but … Continue reading “Star Wars” Friday Flashback: May the Fourth Be With “Solo” to Be Better Than “Rogue One” or “Last Jedi”
Kevin: It’s hard to believe now, but back in 2001 Michael Bay actually appeared to be on the cusp of being taken seriously as a filmmaker by the critics, with his upcoming three-hour war drama “Pearl Harbor” positioned to be the next “Titanic” both at the box office and at the Oscars. Instead the movie … Continue reading Shit Just Got Real: “Bad Boys II” Returning to the Big Screen in May at the Alamo Drafthouse!
Kevin: The most creatively exciting actor/director pairing since De Niro and Scorsese is back in theaters this weekend with “Rampage,” the newest collaboration between Dwayne Johnson and Brad (“Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” “San Andreas”) Petyon, in which The Rock finds himself having to keep three giant creatures from destroying Chicago. Hopefully he does a … Continue reading Friday Flashback: Before Battling Monsters in “Rampage,” Dwayne Johnson Was the World’s Worst First Responder in “San Andreas”
Kevin: Last year we celebrated Steven Seagal’s birthday with a comprehensive look back at the life and career of one of the most unlikely movie stars ever to come out of Hollywood, whose quick rise and fall from the Tinseltown A-list still gave us some of our favorite moments from our favorite period in action … Continue reading Birthday Boy Steven Seagal Appeared on the Most Bizarre “Roseanne” Episode Ever, and We Have the Pics to Prove It
Kevin: It’s Spring Break week for Tough Guy Digest, which means sun, sand, and lots of hot R-rated nudity and adult situations. At least that’s what we were promised as kids by movies like 1983’s “Spring Break,” back when audiences apparently couldn’t get enough of movies about dumb white guys on vacation trying to score … Continue reading TGD is Taking Spring Break Off to Watch Sex-Filled Spring Break Movies, like 1983’s “Spring Break”!
Kevin: It’s that time of year again, when Hollywood’s biggest players take time away from sexually harassing each other and stealing people’s ideas to lecture the rest of America about morals and ethics. Otherwise known as the Academy Awards! Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are reportedly returning after last year’s epic Best Picture flub, which … Continue reading Friday Flashback: The Award for Most Entertaining Trainwreck Oscars Ceremony Goes to … “The Bodyguard!”
Kevin: This year’s Best Supporting Actor/Actress Oscar categories contain a number of worthy performers, including Allison Janney, Willem Dafoe, Laurie Metcalf, and Christopher Plummer, whose long and distinguished history of keeping his hands off Anthony Rapp allowed him to take over the role originally played by Kevin Spacey in Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in … Continue reading TGD Alternate Oscars: The Award for Most Valiant Attempt at Taking James Franco Seriously Goes to … the Cast of “Alien: Covenant”!
Kevin: Two hours ago I didn’t know a movie called “Hurricane Heist” existed, and now it is officially my most anticipated movie of the year, and better yet it comes out next week. CJ, I know you and I have been feeling what doctors across the nation have dubbed the “post-‘Geostorm’ blues” ever since we … Continue reading Could “Hurricane Heist” Be the Movie that Fills the “Geostorm”-Sized Hole in Our Hearts?
Kevin: If you are a fan of action movies, you have to suspend your disbelief at times regarding what your favorite heroes are capable of, whether it’s surviving multiple gunshots, taking numerous blows to the head without any neurological damage, or finding Michelle Rodriguez attractive. But one ability I have never been able to buy … Continue reading TGD Alternate Oscars: The Award for Most Realistic Depiction of Punching Through a Car Window Goes to … Vince Vaughn in “Brawl in Cell Block 99”!