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It’s that time of year again where the National Film Preservation Board has made its annual announcement of which films are being added to The National Film Registry. For those unfamiliar with the project, each year up to 25 films are selected for preservation in the Library of Congress.  Each film must be at least 10-years-old, they… read more

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A new Godzilla: King of the Monsters trailer has been released and… so much rain! I am a long time fan of kaiju movies. I understand we have left behind the days of men in rubber suits stomping through miniature sets. CGI has given filmmakers so much more freedom in size, scale, and realism, but… read more

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Remember last week’s box office report? This may seem familiar. First place this week went to Ralph Breaks the Internet with $16.14M. It now sits at $140.85M domestic and $258.15M globally. The Grinch took second this weekend with $15.17M for a new domestic total of $223.46M and a new global total of $322.36M off of… read more

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The trailer for Avengers: Endgame has arrived and all I can say is… everyone has a sad. Marvel dropped the Avengers: Endgame trailer without warning on Friday, and at least it brought the speculation about the film’s title to an end. Of course, it fired up a lot of other speculation. Of course the big… read more

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Hasbro is determined to get G.I. Joe off the ground at the theater again, and it looks like we may just cut to the chase and go straight for Snake-Eyes. Robert Schwentke (RED, Divergent) is said to be in early talks to tackle a Snake-Eyes solo movie. This would be the third film in the… read more

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A movie trailer is supposed to get you excited for a film. It’s supposed to leave you with questions and curiosity. The Captain Marvel trailer failed. Lets watch first. Let me be super clear, I am critiquing the trailer cut, not the film itself. I have high hopes for the film. A trailer is supposed… read more

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It was an extremely quiet weekend at the box office. First place this week went to Ralph Breaks the Internet with $25.75M. It now sits at $119.29M domestic and $206.99M globally. The Grinch took second this weekend with $17.73M for a new domestic total of $203.5M and a new global total of $268.3M off of… read more

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A new number one probably means Disney released a film. First place this week went to Ralph Breaks the Internet with $55.67M. Combined with its holiday numbers the film already sits at $84.47M domestic and $125.97M globally. Creed II opened in second place with $35.29M. Combined with its holiday numbers the film already sits at… read more

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Comic books constantly mess things up with continuity. That’s why in the 1980s DC’s was so out of control they had to have an event called Crisis on Infinite Earths to clean it all up. Now Marvel Studios has come along with an official timeline that will clear up everything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!… read more


I’ve gone through the VHS/Beta war. I picked the losing side in HD-DVD/Blu-ray. But something feels different this time with 4K. I think this one is going to play out a bit differently. I finally have ordered a 4K player because I’ve been losing out on some review opportunities by not having one. With that… read more


Could someone explain to me how this is being considered a “live-action remake?” Lets just look at this, shall we? I mean… did they train the animals to do all these things? That would be the bigger story than the movie itself. I’m just not sure how Disney keeps getting away with this. And why… read more


It looks as though the Wizarding World still has some magic in it. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald took first place this weekend with $62.2M in the U.S. and $191M overseas for a global haul of $253.2M off of a $200M budget. Second place this week went to The Grinch with $38.16M for a… read more

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