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With ‘Larry Crowne’ opening this weekend I thought it was time for a little trivia about one of America’s favorite actors.
Along with our review of J.J. Abrams’ latest movie we also countdown our Top 5 Alien Movies of All-Time.
Share your favorite and least favorite moments from last night’s Oscar ceremony.
The teaser is thoroughly engaging, unexpectedly lighthearted, and completely different than the theatrical trailer we saw earlier. It also won Alex’s poll in a landslide. So what does this tell us about the film?
Blockbuster is back, Day-Lewis is Lincoln, ‘Nutcracker’ is bad, Netflix causes guilt…
Tomorrow the newest Clint Eastwood film gets its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Watch the trailer today.
By now everybody who has internet probably knows that Steven Spielberg plans to re-make Harvey, the play about a man who sees and communicates with a giant rabbit that was originally adapted into a hit 1950 film starring James Stewart. If you haven’t heard of it for some reason, here is the Variety story. Most […]