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Early Reviews For SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR

August 21, 20140 Comments

Some early reviews have been coming in from UK critics for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Is it worth the 9 year wait? Here’s what the critics are saying… Digital Spy – Sin City: A Dame to Kill For isn’t the resounding triumph we craved, with its huge reliance […]

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Early Reviews For Tom Cruise’s “Edge Of Tomorrow” Are Extremely Positive

May 27, 20140 Comments

Just the other week, box office analysts predicted that Edge of Tomorrow was going to hit theaters and flop. However, below are a ton of early reviews that praise the film and should definitely get some people excited to go see the movie. Check out the reviews below. Movies.com 5 Reasons Why ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ […]

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Reviews: See What Critics Are Saying About “Godzilla”

May 11, 20140 Comments

Check out some of these early reviews for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla reboot. They’re mostly positive, however, a common complaint is that Godzilla needed more screen time. Either way, I’m seeing it the first chance I get. SLASHFILM: “Massive Monster Mayhem With a Real Human Point of View” “Godzilla is one third better than […]

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First Reactions To Early “Godzilla” Screening

May 2, 20140 Comments

Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures held a special screening of Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla and the response is pretty positive. The only real negative comment is that the titular monster isn’t on screen that much, which may or may not be a bad thing. Check out what people are saying below. This reboot, then, is the […]

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Box Office: “Oldboy” Remake Barely Makes One Million Dollars

December 2, 2013

I wasn’t expecting the remake to be any better than the original, but I didn’t think it would bomb that bad. Box Office Mojo reports that the weekend gross for Spike Lee’s OLDBOY remake is $850,000 for a total gross of $1,250,000 over its 5 day holiday weekend. Even with big names like Spike Lee, […]

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Roger Ebert And Russ Meyer Biopic “Russ & Roger Go Beyond”

October 9, 2013

Mark Amin’s Sobini Films has partnered with David Permut and Richard Waltzer to acquire RUSS & ROGER GO BEYOND written by Emmy-winning writer Christopher Cluess (Saturday Night Live, The Simpsons). The picture will tell the unusual relationship between film critic Roger Ebert and soft core helmer Russ Meyer when they made Beyond The Valley Of […]

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Showtime Wouldn’t Let Writers Kill Off “Dexter”

October 8, 2013

I’ve only seen the first five seasons of DEXTER. The reviews for the later seasons are pretty negative so I’m not sure if I’ll ever finish the series. I couldn’t help myself and read some reports on the finale that spoiled it for me. I haven’t seen the final episode, but it does sound very […]

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James Cameron Calls “Gravity” The Best Space Film Ever

September 4, 2013

Damn. That’s a hell of a reputation to live up to when someone like James Cameron calls your movie the best space film ever made. Cameron should know because he’s directed classic science fiction films such as Terminator, Aliens, T2: Judgement Day, Abyss, and Avatar. “I was stunned, absolutely floored,” Cameron tells Variety. “I think […]

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