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Month: September 2016

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Theatrical Releases: Deepwater Horizon, Masterminds, & Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

DEEPWATER HORIZON || One of two Peter Berg movies out this year, for some reason the director has gone the way of films based on true events that are just heavy, first with Lone Survivor and later this year with The Patriots Day, about the Boston marathon bombing and also starring Mark Wahlberg. Deepwater Horizon delves into the explosion of an oil rig in … Read More Theatrical Releases: Deepwater Horizon, Masterminds, & Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

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Crush: September 30th Ladies

Following an update to my iPhone this past week, I discovered there is now a widgets section on the phone that allows you to add a few things like showing how much data you’ve used or the weather or the latest news stories, but one pertinent widget I found  was through IMDB, which shows celebrity birthdays at a glance and in checking it today, … Read More Crush: September 30th Ladies

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Tuesday Releases: Central Intelligence, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, The Shallows, & Warcraft

SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2016 New Releases Cell (2016) Central Intelligence Edge Of Winter Hunt For The Wilderpeople Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates The Neon Demon The Shallows Warcraft

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Box Office: September 23rd, 2016 – The Magnificent Seven

Unseating the two-week champion Sully, Sony’s Western remake The Magnificent Seven does a fairly decent showing with $37.5 million. Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio,  Byung-Hun Lee, and Peter Sarsgaard all star in director Antoine Fuqua’s adaptation of the gunslinging Western based on the Seven Samurai. Even the animated film Storks beats out Sully’s third weekend, both of which are from Warner … Read More Box Office: September 23rd, 2016 – The Magnificent Seven

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Theatrical Releases: The Magnificent Seven & Storks

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN || The Magnificent Seven is the Western remake, retelling the story from the 1960 original, with an ensemble cast that rivals any blockbuster from the summer. Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Byung-Hun Lee among others face off against the villainous Peter Sarsgaard. The original saw Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, and James Coburn teaming together. The trailers for … Read More Theatrical Releases: The Magnificent Seven & Storks

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Tuesday Releases: Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising & Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows

SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2016 New Releases Free State Of Jones Ma Ma Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising Pele: Birth Of A Legend Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows

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Box Office: September 16th, 2016 – Sully: Week #2

An under-performing Blair Witch leaves the box office wide open for Sully to take its 2nd weekend in a row. In fact, Bridget Jones’s Baby under-performed as well while Oliver Stone’s Snowden landed about as projected. Sully becomes the 14th film this year to take back-to-back weekends but with The Magnificent Seven and Storks coming out next weekend, Clint Eastwood’s latest feature will not … Read More Box Office: September 16th, 2016 – Sully: Week #2

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Theatrical Releases: Blair Witch, Bridget Jones’s Baby, & Snowden

BLAIR WITCH || Coming in 17 years after the original (The Blair Witch Project (1999)) and 16 years following the dismal sequel (The Blair Witch Project 2: Book Of Shadows (2000)), Blair Witch has already had a small win by way of its brilliant marketing, in which the film was originally titled The Woods and the connection to The Blair Witch Project was actually … Read More Theatrical Releases: Blair Witch, Bridget Jones’s Baby, & Snowden

New Trailer: Resident Evil Biohazard

RESIDENT EVIL 7: BIOHAZARD || Yesterday saw the release of a trailer for the latest installment in the Resident Evil video games series. This time around, zombies or “mutant creatures” do not appear to be your biggest concern as the franchise goes first person for the first time in its history. Playing as Ethan, a character that goes in search of his missing wife … Read More New Trailer: Resident Evil Biohazard

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Moviepass: Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Prior to the days of having a newborn, Moviepass was possibly my best friend. As my absolutely favorite thing to do on the weekends was go see a movie or three, Moviepass allowed me to see one movie every day for, what at the time felt like, a small subscription fee. I do not recall exactly how I found out about the pass back … Read More Moviepass: Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

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Tuesday Releases: Captain America: Civil War, The Conjuring 2, & Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

SEPTEMBER 13TH, 2016 New Releases Captain America: Civil War The Conjuring 2 De Palma The Fits Marauders Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

New Trailer: Fifty Shades Darker – Official Trailer #1

FIFTY SHADES DARKER || As Fifty Shades Of Grey was nominated for an Academy Award this past year (Best Original Song by The Weeknd) , I had to push past my declaration to never see it. Like I’ve heard the books are, the film is borderline pornography, which paper-thin characters in an almost non-existent plot (that’s what you get from your “Twilight fan fiction”). … Read More New Trailer: Fifty Shades Darker – Official Trailer #1