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    The Lorax is my absolute favorite Dr Seuss book because it has an incredibly depressing ending. The image of the little Lorax sadly flying away and leaving nothing behind but the single word "Unless" haunts me to this day....
    The highly popular movie The Hunger Games is shooting to Blu-ray, DVD, On Demand and Digital Download on August 18, 2012. It's theatrical release is approaching $400 million at the North American box office and about $650 million worldwide!...
    It would seem 2011 is the year for Bio-Pics about monsters. This past weekend we got Leonardo DiCaprio as J. Edgar Hoover, the loathsome founder of the FBI. Later this month moviegoers can catch Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher,...
    The Avengers is a major cinematic event this year, and the trailer above seems to deliver on the promise of a great superhero team-up flick in spades. The gang's all here and showing off some pretty stellar action set...
      Note: This review contains spoilers for Iron Man 3 and Star Trek Into Darkness. Marvel is making cinematic history. In the wake of 2008's Iron Man the studio called their shot and planned a series of films that would culminate in the...
    The sequel to Spartacus: Gods of the Arena and Spartacus: Blood and Sand has released a trailer sharing glimpses of what's to come in the upcoming addition to the series. Liam McIntyre steps up to the role as Spartacus,...
    A lot of claustrophobic moments went into filming Phantom with cast including David Duchovny, Sean Patrick Flanery, Ed Harris, William Fichtner, Lance Henriksen, Dagmara Dominczyk, Johnathon Schaech and more. The haunted Captain of a Soviet submarine holds the fate...
    I can't tell if director Ruben Fleischer is a bigger fan of LA Confidential or The Untouchables, but Gangster Squad seems like a mash up of both of those classic gangster films. Fleischer (who also directed Zombieland and 30 Minutes...
    The online media has already made so much of Kevin Smith and his antagonistic antics that the story of the film's screening at Sundance and it's subsequent tour have been covered by much better reporters than myself. At a...
    The Canadian Caper is a fascinating story well worth telling, and Ben Aflleck, fresh off his directorial smash The Town, seems to be the perfect guy to bring that story to the big screen. Affleck is joined by the...
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