Here we go again... Fraser, mummies, yetis, China? Yaks? We watched The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and it was the most ridiculous movie we've seen yet. The sound is a little bit off because we recorded outside the studio so bear with us and get down with mummies. What the fuck was this movie even about...
Steven Soderbergh had said he was retiring from film directing, but came out of that retirement to direct Logan Lucky. He recently talked to Entertainment Weekly about it.
Correction: It’s the fifth, not the fourth, Mission: Impossible film which starts with Tom Cruise hanging from a plane.
BBC News sampled the generally negative response to the latest Mummy film, the second remake of the original 1932 film and a franchise reboot and the beginning of Universal Pictures' Dark Universe, which came out this year.
American football was indeed just becoming widely popular in the mid-1940s. Here’s some info on the 1946 NFL season from Wikipedia.
A fourth Mummy film was in development after Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and it probably would’ve been set in Central or South America, according to CinemaBlend.
Nick's blurb: Dragons. Yetis. Monsters that we’re not quite sure what it is. Snow. Sand. Asian women. White men. What more could you want? A lot more, actually.
Esy's blurb: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. This is an insult to the audience, that they think this is fucking acceptable. They had so much money to use, and the one thing they didn’t invest in were writers.
Alex's blurb: The Mummy 3 should’ve stayed buried, like Brendan Fraser’s career. I’d rather watch The Scorpion King in Mandarin played backwards than The Mummy 3.