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Month: April 2012

New Trailer: The Dark Knight Rises – Trailer #3

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES / There is no other film this year that I am more excited for than The Dark Knight Rises, and that is saying a lot. The “epic conclusion” of the Christopher Nolan series promises to be as epic as the previous installments while wrapping up this untouchable story of conflict and heroes. With a cast that could put any film … Read More New Trailer: The Dark Knight Rises – Trailer #3

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Theatrical Releases: The Five-Year Engagement & The Raven

THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT || Produced by Judd Apatow and directed by Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him To The Greek director Nicholas Stoller, comes another comedy involving weddings. Ranging around the same humor as Bridesmaids but with a much more diverse cast, Jason Segel and Emily Blunt show they have amazing chemistry along with Chris Pratt, Alison Brie, and tons of other comedians. Beyond … Read More Theatrical Releases: The Five-Year Engagement & The Raven

New Trailer: Hick – Official Trailer

HICK / Here’s the breakdown: Chloe Moretz is one of the best young actresses ever. Her mature nature and down-to-earth show through in her performances and will carry her on to an abundantly successful career. So, taking the leading role of the film Hick is a new challenge for her and if the trailer is anything like the film, it will be a success. … Read More New Trailer: Hick – Official Trailer

New Trailer: Brave – Trailer Campaign

Trailer #3 BRAVE / With the final Brave trailer at your disposal as of today, I decided to post the entire campaign for this summer’s Pixar release. With their track record, all you have to say is Disney/Pixar and people will flock to this film. And thus, it becomes an event, perfect for the summer movie season. Adults that loved Up will likely venture … Read More New Trailer: Brave – Trailer Campaign

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Tuesday Releases: Contraband

APRIL 24TH, 2012 Better late than never on this week’s new releases: Mark Wahlberg fans rejoice. Two big releases this week, sprinkled along with some semi-big titles as well. Contraband, the “one last heist” film starring Markie Mark and the always impressive Ben Foster captivates with just enough action to keep things interesting. Minus the striking resemble of this story compared to Gone In … Read More Tuesday Releases: Contraband

New Trailer: Lawless

LAWLESS / Yes, yes, yes! The first Lawless trailer hit the web today and I couldn’t be more excited. Director of The Proposition and The Road, John Hillcoat, returns to the big screen with his prohibition period piece about a group of brothers (Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy) delving in the bootleg business when their way of life is threatened by a deputy (Guy Pearce) … Read More New Trailer: Lawless

New Trailer: The Five-Year Engagement – Official Red Band Trailer

THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT / All the right pieces are in place. Nicholas Stoller, director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Get Him To The Greek, delivers his first real romantic comedy. Jason Segal returns to work with Stoller, taking on somewhat of a more mature role than we are used to from him. The gorgeous Emily Blunt does what she does best, looking the part … Read More New Trailer: The Five-Year Engagement – Official Red Band Trailer

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Proof Review: Friday The 13th (1980)

Release Date May 9, 1980 Director Sean S. Cunningham Screenplay Victor Miller Distributed By Paramount Pictures Budget $550,000 Horror, Mystery, Thriller Rated R 95 minutes Friday The 13th Most people think they remember the story of Jason Vorhees and Camp Crystal Lake, but if you travel back to the original Friday the 13th film, you realize most of what you thought you knew was … Read More Proof Review: Friday The 13th (1980)

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Proof Review: Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (2011)

Release Date April 29, 2011 Director Werner Herzog Screenplay Werner Herzog Distributed By IFC Films Documentary, Family Rated NR 90 minutes Cave Of Forgotten Dreams Werner Herzog is an effective documentarian. To put it simply, if Herzog is excited about a particular subject matter, he implores the audience to become excited about that same subject. In one of his latest documentaries, Cave of Forgotten … Read More Proof Review: Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (2011)

New Trailer: Cosmopolis – Official Trailer #2

COSMOPOLIS / For the record, any film starring Robert Pattinson is a film I try to avoid. The only films with Pattinson that I have seen in recent memory were Water For Elephants and Remember Me, both of which had enough going on in them to mask the fact that he is not a very solid actor. His emotionless-ness may work perfect for the … Read More New Trailer: Cosmopolis – Official Trailer #2

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Time Out London: Top 100 Horror Films

28 Days Later (2002) The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) Alien (1979) An American Werewolf In London (1981) Angel Heart (1987) Audition (1999) The Beyond (1981) The Birds (1963) The Black Cat (1934) Black Christmas (1974) Black Sabbath (1963) Black Sunday (Mask Of Satan) (1960) The Blair Witch Project (1999) Braindead (1992) Bride of Frankenstein (1935) Cannibal Holocaust (1980) Carnival of Souls (1962) Carrie (1976) … Read More Time Out London: Top 100 Horror Films

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Theatrical Releases: The Lucky One & Chimpanzee

CHIMPANZEE || Disneynature continues to produce quality work, but the marketing of this film is horrible, setting up real-life nature like a bad sitcom. “Caught” on tape for the “first time”, Chimpanzee follows an abandoned chimpanzee who is taken in by a lone chimpanzee. I am curious how this aspect of primate mentality works, but I really can’t justify sitting in a theater and … Read More Theatrical Releases: The Lucky One & Chimpanzee