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After Earth

Last post on 07/07/13 at 09:33 AM CT by Daniel Corleone

Will is a support in this one.  @ FSUNoles27TS  It seems Will is spoiling him on this film.  Jaden has a future given the right roles.  Karete Kid barely scratches the surface.  I still feel Pursuit of Happyness was his best so far.

White House Down

Last post on 07/06/13 at 03:01 PM CT by Chris Kavan

I'm surprised this didn't do better when it opened, but as a summer movie, I couldn't think of a more perfect example of over-the-top-fun - and let's face it, blowing up the White House just never gets old.

V/H/S/2

Last post on 07/01/13 at 08:48 PM CT by Chris Kavan

I thought certain parts of the first one were pretty good - so if this one is better, I will have to check it out. Anthology horror is more miss than hit recently, but here's hoping they finally got it right.

Insidious: Chapter 2

Last post on 06/05/13 at 07:47 PM CT by MikePA

The trailer is pretty cool. I'm curious to see how they're going to make this film work following that cool twist at the end of the first one. This is a pretty big year for James Wan, with this and The Conjuring (which looks awesome) both coming out this year and his shot with Fast and Furious 7. He deserves it. I think the guy's talented.

Iron Man 3

Last post on 05/30/13 at 10:38 AM CT by OracleElizabeth

Stan Lee himself said that Robert Downey Jr was born to play Iron Man. How can any reboot that comes down the line match that?

About Time

Last post on 05/27/13 at 06:59 PM CT by Chris Kavan

If you have a formula and it works - don't mess with it. Granted, this film isn't exactly my cup of tea, but I have a feeling more than enough people are going to watch this despite the redundant nature. Eh - I find most romantic comedy type films to follow the same pattern.This will probably not light up the box office, but I bet we see the same kind of thing next year (or if not - Nicholas Sparks still has plenty of material to adapt).

Memorial Day

Last post on 05/15/13 at 02:01 AM CT by roby

cover - Memorial Day (2012) !!Great!

Lee Daniels' The Butler

Last post on 05/10/13 at 10:16 PM CT by Chris Kavan

You won't have to wait that long - the release date has been pushed to August 16. Given the subject matter and cast - I would say this has a very good chance at some Oscar noms. We'll see how critics react, but I have a good feeling about it.

That's the Spirit

Last post on 04/30/13 at 07:12 PM CT by Jill

Thanks for the information Chris.  If you hear any different, I hope you can let me know.Jill

Pain & Gain

Last post on 04/26/13 at 05:00 PM CT by Looneymanthegreat

I agree it's a tough call, but I think Oblivion will win.  Pain and Gains dark humor and strange visual style is probably appealing only to a very specific audience, while oblivion has a much wider spread appeal.

Oblivion

Last post on 04/18/13 at 11:37 AM CT by Nick

It'll be the first blockbuster of the year for sure.  I'm looking forward to it.

Evil Dead (2013)

Last post on 04/02/13 at 10:44 PM CT by Looneymanthegreat

I'm guessing it will easily take the top spot from G.I. Joe.G.I. Joe was beaten by the Croods on Monday, which tells me that it's Box Office will be very front loaded. The only two wide release movies coming out next week are Evil Dead and Jurassic Park 3D.  the 3D re-releases have been getting less and less popular, as 3D tickets do the same and remakes of classic Horror flicks almost always do well (even in the face of horrible reviews) so there is no doubt in my mind that it will take …

The Brass Teapot

Last post on 04/01/13 at 09:04 AM CT by Ionut valentin

I just saw it and I said : ok! the story it's ok.. but she ownes it. it is her movie. not for an abcdefg... award, only for her beeing cute and all.  you'll think my post it's appropriate after. the plot it simple and not complicated.

InAPPropriate Comedy

Last post on 03/30/13 at 01:12 PM CT by Chris Kavan

It ranks in the top 25 films for worst wide release openings ever - I'm just actually surprised it's not even higher on that list. Movie 43 holds a certain interest for me just to see how bad it is - but this... this just looks so terrible I don't think I even want to consider watching it.

Flightplan

Last post on 03/28/13 at 11:06 PM CT by Eitan

Uch, can't I remember to include a link? http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/7 vw5

Vanishing Waves ( Aurora )

Last post on 03/22/13 at 05:42 AM CT by James Th.

Vanishing Waves is one of the best sci-fi thriller I have seen in a long time! I genuinely recommend it to those who are fans of this genre. Also, I believe the production did a great job with the music, which adds such intense emotions to the already exceptional storyline. On this note, I have recently read that a soundtrack album will be released in April. I just can't wait for the release date!

The Croods

Last post on 03/21/13 at 08:57 PM CT by Chris Kavan

Even though Oz the Great and Powerful was PG - it didn't attract as big a family audience as expected. The Croods, then, really has no competition for this demographic and should do well (if only because it's the only option at this point).I have to say, though, that the more previews I've seen, I'm warming up to the film as a whole (and if Nicolas Cage punches a bear - it will be period-specific and not some poor girl in a suit!). I'll be interested to see where it winds up this weekend.

Spring Breakers

Last post on 03/18/13 at 07:09 PM CT by LeeAnn M.

This movie serves as a vehicle to shed squeaky clean Disney images for Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens. This kind of film did wonders for Anne Hathaway. I have a good feeling that it will boost the lackluster box office intakes of recent weeks.

Emperor

Last post on 03/07/13 at 05:07 AM CT by aliena

I was really excited. Tomorrow id the date for releasing the my fav. movie.

Oz the Great and Powerful

Last post on 03/07/13 at 04:58 AM CT by aliena

awesome trailer of the movie..

Jack the Giant Slayer

Last post on 03/05/13 at 07:30 PM CT by Chris Kavan

From what I understand, the people who have seen this did really like it - it's just that it didn't attract enough of those people I admit after being burned a bit by John Carter, I'm much pickier on big budget films. I will see Oz - but I won't watch Jack until I can do it from my room.

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone

Last post on 03/05/13 at 07:25 PM CT by Chris Kavan

It looks entertaining - but I'm not sure it's theater-worthy entertainment. I would rent it.

The Place Beyond the Pines

Last post on 03/05/13 at 12:37 PM CT by Looneymanthegreat

This movie looks really good.  I really enjoyed the directors last feature Blue Valentine, and hope that this one will be even better.

My Brother the Devil

Last post on 03/04/13 at 07:06 PM CT by Chris Kavan

It looks like the movie is going to have a limited release in New York on March 22 and L.A. on April 5th this year. If a it gets picked up I would say a DVD release isn't likely until at least summer 2013 or fall 2013 - but I will update it (and On the Road) when it is announced.The US is just stingy about releasing any wide international release that hasn't graced our theaters - it doesn't matter if it comes from the UK, France, Japan - wherever - even On the Road with some big names - until …

Dark Skies

Last post on 03/02/13 at 06:32 PM CT by Robyn

The ingredients are delivered without much style of flair, and the movie makes for a pretty bland dish. Stewart does possesses talent--but he just hasn't created a satisfying film with it. In all three instances "Priest", "Legion" and now "Dark Skies." The potential for a compelling story line and terror is there--but not achieved to satisfaction. In the Barrett household, something is seriously amiss. Is it that unemployed architect Daniel (Hamilton) is quietly panicked about finding a …

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