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Where and how did the Green Lantern movie go so horribly wrong? When the Green Lantern movie came out, it was ravaged by the critics. I figured it had to be at least somewhat of a backlash on it being yet another comic book movie, but now that I have recently gone back and watched it… read more

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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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The nominees for the 86th annual Academy Awards have been announced with very few surprises. The big news this year is American Hustle and Gravity both walked away with 10 nominations each. The even money seems to be on Hustle walking away with the majority of them. The Oscars will be presented on March 2… read more

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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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300: Rise of an Empire, the sequel to the extremely popular 300, released a new trailer today that still leaves me wondering why this needed to exist. I will never grasp why the original 300 did so well. It was fun to look at, but the film had too many extraneous things going on as… read more

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There is one thing to being tone deaf to your audience, and there is another being just completely stupid. Collider went with the latter on Thursday. Making a living on the Internet, I read a tremendous amount of blogs in a day. As one would be safe to surmise from my blog, I look at a lot of pop… read more

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Another quiet weekend at the box office leads to weak openings for the newest releases. Jack the Giant Slayer opened with a pretty weak $28 million off of a $195 million dollar budget. It took in $13.7 million overseas and looks to be pretty much destined to be a bomb. Warner Brothers is off to… read more

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Oscars weekend is always quiet at the box office, but this one was especially quiet with a 22 percent drop from last year. Identity Thief regains the top spot at the box office this weekend with $14 million. This brings its domestic total to $93.6 million off of a $35 million budget. Apparently this movie… read more

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Apparently some people still are up for seeing Bruce Willis get into horrible situations, but not as many as used to. A Good Day to Die Hard took the weekend with $25 million bringing its total to $33.2 million. It’s currently pacing behind the last film, Live Free or Die Hard. It’s only about $5… read more

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Despite the winter storm, and this same basic story being turned in to a film about every ten years, Identity Thief stole the weekend. Much to everyone’s surprise, Identity Thief over performed by about one-third  at the box office this weekend to take in around $36.5 million. Considering it had a budget of $35 million,… read more

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There appears to be a trend appearing at the box office: 1980s film stars have no mojo left. The Zombie romcom Warm Bodies came in first at the box office this weekend with $19.5 million. A bit of a surprise, but congrats to an off-beat comedy taking the top spot. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters… read more

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As with the majority of comic book sequels over the years, it appears The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to be choking on villains. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paul Giamatti is in talks to join Amazing Spider-Man 2 as a villain known as The Rhino. Lets take a look at Giamatti for a moment, shall we?… read more

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