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The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
When it comes to his own movies, Frank Castle, aka the Punisher, can't seem to catch much of a break. In 1989, Dolph Lundgren became the first actor to embody the ruthless vigilante, and that was largely seen as a mediocre missed opportunity at best. In 2004, the character enjoyed his biggest success to date, but the Thomas Jane-starring action vehicle still lumbered in a lukewarm reception that not even a villainous John Travolta could shake him out of.
Then, six years ago, Punisher fans were given what they had said they had always wanted, with a no-holds-barred action gorefest that saw Castle rocket parkour free-runners out of the sky, literally punch a dude's face off, and decapitate an old crime boss. But again, the beloved comic book antihero was...
Welcome to the YA Movie Countdown, our resident expert’s biweekly guide to young-adult book-to-film adaptations.
If you’ve been keeping up with the young-adult book-to-film adaptations, you’ve probably noticed that they’ve got a lot of world building going on, and The Maze Runner is no different. Director Wes Ball and the screenwriters do manage to squeeze a lot of information into the film’s 113-minute running time, but if you’d like a head start, here are all the basics via James Dashner’s book:
Where It All Starts
The Maze Runner kicks off in a metal box. The boy inside manages to figure out that it’s an elevator and that his name is Thomas, but that’s it. He can picture snow on trees and eating a hamburger, but...