Articles Tagged “John Carter”

  • Review: “John Carter” Makes The Old New Again

    “In many ways, the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little, yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and their selves to our judgment. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read. But the bitter truth we critics must face is that in […]

  • Check Out A Full Scene From “John Carter”

    With only a few days till John Carter hits theaters Disney has released a full scene from the film as a last ditch effort to get folks on board. The above clip features no Martian footage but rather centers on Carter’s life before he’s transported to Barsoom. Early reviews of the film have begun to […]

  • The Final “John Carter” Trailer Boasts Plenty Of Action

    We’re less than two weeks away from the release of John Carter, and Disney is pulling out all the stops to get as many people as possible to see the sci-fi epic. The latest trailer shows off plenty of the film’s action set pieces and vast scope. Advance word on the flick is quite positive, […]

  • This Fan-Made “John Carter” Trailer Is Better Than The Official Ones

    I remain very excited for John Carter, but that excitement has nothing to do with the advertisements Disney has put out for the film. I love the source material, and I think director Andrew Stanton is immensely talented. I’m keeping my fingers crossed hard on this one. It’s been painful seeing the subpar trailers for […]

  • The New “John Carter” Trailer Is Here

    On the heels of a new poster and a bunch of new images we shared with you just a few days ago, Disney has released a new trailer for John Carter, the Andrew Stanton directed adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ A Princess of Mars. The film details the adventure of John Carter, a Confederate American Civil War […]

  • Disney’s “John Carter” Gets A New Poster And New Images

    John Carter remains one of the biggest question marks in Disney’s release slate next year, but images like the ones just released certainly settles it for fans of the Edgar Rice Burroughs stories such as myself. To top it all off, the new pulp-inspired poster seals the deal. The film is based heavily on Burroughs’ A […]