Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King (2014)

You don’t know who I am. You don’t know where I am. And you’ll NEVER see me coming.” — The Mandarin (Iron Man 3) Know him inside!

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RoboCop (2014)

In Brazil, Jose Padilha hits the box office with his back-to-back Elite Squad and Elite Squad: The Enemy Within. The latter, even, becomes Brazilian pride along with Cidade de Deus. This year, he tries his luck rebooting a cult-super-police movie Paul Verhoeven’s RoboCop (1987). The result of it is far from being disappointing–it’s completely better than any RoboCop’s sequels, yet, it’s just being over-confident. Continue your directives!

Lone Survivor (2013)

In aftermath of the blop Battleship, Peter Berg tries a purgatory project to find his retribution. Only this time he won’t try his luck adapting a traditional game, yet, a book instead. Lone Survivor is the latest movie he directs which is dubbed after a book with the same title. The book written as a memoir of Marcus Luttrell and Patrick Robinson tells about a real-life quest of The US Navy SEAL in Afghanistan–so basically this is another ‘based-on-true-event’ flick. More survivors inside!