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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Review
December 27, 2019 | Movie Reviews
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The Rise of Skywalker: Before The Viewing
December 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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The Philadelphia Film Festival opened Thursday with “Parasite” and “Just Mercy”
October 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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The Little Mermaid: A New Ariel
July 18, 2019 | Movie News
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Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review
July 8, 2019 | Movie Reviews


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Date Night topples “Titans”

Note: This article was based on the weekend estimates, which figured Date Night had finished No. 1. In fact, Clash of the Titans was the actual winner when the Sunday receipts were officially totaled.

Clash of the Titans more or less turned to stone in its second weekend, allowing Steve Carell and Tina Fey comedy Date Night to take the No. 1 spot in America. The top three films were all close, with How to Train Your Dragon having a fantastic third week, declining just 12 percent from last weekend thanks to tremendous positive reviews.

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2012 Review

Admitably, there’s something innately satisfying about watching the hypothetical demise of the entire planet by means of natural disaster/earth crust displacement. There might even be something profound science fiction-wise lurking about in the concept of the Mayan apocalypse and the end of the world as we know it. For better or worse, 2012 is a little more interested in humanity’s gross interest in its own near-extinction aka stuff crumbles.

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Horror for Kids: Monsters vs. Aliens Review

If you have ever wondered if something was too scary to show your kid and were not sure if you should rent it or not these next few articles are for those parents who question what they can let there kid watch.  At the bottom of each review we will give an age range guide just so you know if your kid can handle this type of Horror/Monster film.

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Gears of War film enters game-movie limbo

The LA Times reported recently that the movie version of Gears of War the video game has unfortunately fallen into videogame/movie limbo.

Much like Castlevania, Halo, and a third Tomb Raider movie, the powers to be at New Line have other projects they want to pursue currently. It’s hard to tell what the true cause of the delay is. It might be behind these developments. The movie industry is fickle, and New Line’s priorities may reflect nothing more than a shift in what interets them.

Wanted writer Chris Morgan turned in a script that was apparently good. It just fell to the wayside and might need more power behind it in terms of a major film developer, in order for it to happen. With a reported $100 million budget, the studio wants it scaled down.  Len Wiseman (Underworld, Live Free or Die Hardwas going to direct the film, but has since moved onto other projects.  

Video game movies, like comic book movies, need a big hit like X-Men or Spider-Man in order to become a force to be reckoned with. Maybe this Summer’s Prince of Persia from Jerry Brukheimer will do it so that we might see better films made of good games. 

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Clash of the Titans Review

A good special-effects era mythology movie is bound to happen at some point, but we’re definitely still waiting. Clash of the Titans is merely a modern incarnation of the original that in the age of CGI monsters and impressive fight sequences plops lazily in the category of status quo, something its 1981 cult predecessor was anything but thanks to the groundbreaking stop-motion work of Ray Harryhausen.

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DVD/Blu-ray DISCussion (New for 4.6.10)

With movies accessible at our fingertips, when is it worth buying a movie? Sure, if you loved it in theaters it’s a no-brainer, but if you didn’t, what even makes it worth renting? What about Blu-ray: should you buy one of those?

Ah, life’s mysteries. That’s why you have us – to tell you what’s worth your cash or your time or whatever it is that you will spend on movies outside of the theater. That’s the goal of what will become our weekly DVD/Blu-ray DISCussion.

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Clash of The Titans (1981) Review

In 1981 a great Ray Harryhausen Special Effects film film came out that was a film to behold even to the gods. Clash was a great movie for its time. It had gret actors George Hamlin, Lawrence Olivia, Burgess Meredith, and Bond Girl Ursula Andress. If you get real nit-picky with the movie, you won’t like how it compares to Greek mythology. The audience at the time was still not use to the breathtaking way Harryhausen brought the creatures to life in his films. They had never seen anything like it.

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