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The winners for the 35th annual Razzie Awards have been announced, and it is a cavalcade of horrible films and acting. It seems that Kirk Cameron and Saving Christmas really were horrible. Is anyone surprised. The Oscars are tomorrow night, so what a fun weekend for Hollywood. WORST PICTURE Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas Left Behind The… read more

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The nominees for the 35th annual Razzie Awards have been announced, and it is a cavalcade of horrible films and acting. Is anyone really surprised Transformers: Age of Extinction scored a bunch of nods? And having finally seen the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, it’s totally deserving. The Razzies will be announced on Feb. 21, the… read more

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Summer 2014 will go down as one of the quietest in years, and it may also go down as one of the most confusing. The formula for deciding if a film was a hit has changed many times over the years, but as the industry has changed, so has the measure of success. For years… read more

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Apparently movie audiences were indeed ready for a Disney villain-centric film. Disney’s Maleficent took in a very healthy $70 million at the domestic box office this weekend along with $100.6 in the foreign markets. With an estimated budget of around $160 million it sounds like this one could make it into the black on the… read more

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Yet another movie based on a Marvel comic has won the box office race this weekend. X-Men: Days of Future Past easily won the box office this weekend with a $90.7 million domestic gross. It has taken in another $171 million overseas and already sits at $261 million. This marks one of the best starts… read more

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Not many movie franchises can say they have been around for 60 years and still take the top spot at the box office. Godzilla took the top spot this weekend with $93.2 million, well above its projects that had placed it in the $60 to $65 million dollar range. How it holds up going forward… read more

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Welcome to the second of four parts of an analysis of every major film release of 2014. Following up on last year’s product, I’m back with a look at the films of 2014. Something different I’m trying this year is you will first get the quarterly breakdowns, and then an overall post will be like… read more

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