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    Anchor Bay Films has released information on the home video release of Son Of No One, the thriller starring Channing Tatum, Tracy Morgan, and Al Pacino. Here's a synopsis, from the press release:   Jonathan (Channing Tatum 21 Jump Street, The Vow) is a...
    I never got around to filing a review of the first Hobbit film, and while part of that has to do with the glut of films that hit cinemas this past winter another part had to do with how...
    Film Courage is a neat online radio show that is run by David Branin and Karen Worden. Their show delves into the stories of filmmakers, directors, actors and more in the film industry with in-depth interviews and stories. After...
    There are few family films as bold and daring as ParaNorman. Don't let that shitty title fool you: this is the kind of animation we all thought Pixar would be pumping out on a regular basis before they sold...
    The Michel Gondry-directed Green Hornet hit theaters in 3D on January 14, 2011. Small synopsis: Following the death of his father, Britt Reid, heir to his father's large company, teams up with his late dad's assistant Kato to become...
    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 Barbie in Princess Charm School movie is for people who have a daughter or who know a little girl who loves Barbie. This is the twentieth computer animated film that was released on September 13, 2011.  My daughter...
      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...
    After last summer's Cars 2, Pixar found themselves in a position they'd never been in before: they were vulnerable. Cars 2 was a naked cash grab, their first poorly received film, and the sequel didn't even match the numbers...
    The Lord of the Rings trilogy will always have a special place in my heart. The films were released just as I began to seriously begin studying the history of cinema and embracing my film fandom, and it was...
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