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    Review: A Fat Man, Animals That Sound Like Sitcom Characters & The Terrible 'Zookeeper'

    Early on in “Zookeeper,” Sony’s latest commercially craven piece of garbage from Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison production company, an animal sees two bears fighting. Her response is, “They look like two bean bag chairs!” Ignoring the idea that this character, a giraffe, has probably never even seen a...

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    Daniel Craig & Rachel Weisz Thriller 'Dream House' Loses Appeal On R-Rating

    In what is likely another ridiculous decision by the Motion Picture Association of America, the new thriller "Dream House" will still receive an R-rating upon its release. The Hollywood Reporter announced that the movie, which stars Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz has lost the appeal for a lesser rati...

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    Oscar Watch: Streep Keeps Pearls in Iron Lady Teaser: Faces New Oscar Rival

    Pathe has released a new teaser (below) for Phyllida Lloyd's The Iron Lady (December 16). Could this be Oscar number three for Academy perennial Meryl Streep, with a record 16 nominations?

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    Paramount Ups The Ante, Launches In-House Animation Studio

    DreamWorks CEO Katzenberg Too Cocky To WorryYou have to give it to them: Paramount Pictures is not here to fuck around. The Wrap has reported that the studio will be opening its own in-house animation division -- Paramount Animation -- and expects to release its first film in 2014. Paramount Chairma...

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    Eli Roth Says Sci-Fi Film 'Endangered Species' Is Likely Next; Aiming At $40-60 Million Budget

    Eli Roth: bold new voice in genre film or an overrated, exploitative hack? Well, that depends on who you ask but there is no denying that the filmmaker is a force in the industry. Of course, as a director he's got "Cabin Fever" and the "Hostel" films under his belt, and he's been making waves as a producer as well, throwing his weight behind last year's no budget horror flick "The Last Exorcism," RZA's upcoming "The Man with the Iron Fists" and the fake-movie-trailer-turned-movie "Clown." And while he directed the "Nation's Pride" segment in "Inglourious Basterds", it's been been five long years since "Hostel: Part II" but he's keeping his ey...

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    dvd review: Back To The 1950s

    When I was growing up in the 1950s and 60s, the last thing I wanted to see was a “serious” movie. I eagerly awaited each new Jerry Lewis comedy and Walt Disney release, and when the newly-reconstituted Three Stooges started making feature films I was first in line to see them. I ...

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    What Might Seth Rogan And Jonathan Levine Be Doing Down In "Jamaica"?

    Seth Rogen is treaming up once again with his Green Hornet team - Will Reiser, Evan Goldberg and Jonathan Levine, to produce a new comedy feature titled Jamaica.

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    Watch “The Misadventures of AWKWARD Black Girl” Episode 6 (Web Series)

    Continuing on with Issa Rae’s Awkward Black Girl web series, which has received quite a lot of attention since its first episode, winning new fans with every installment it seems, leading to Issa Rae getting the attention of UTA and 3 ARTS most recently. She’s released episode 6 today, which I embed...

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    “Everything today is Rod Serling"

    “Everything today is Rod Serling"

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    Meryl Streep Gears Up for Awards Season in "The Iron Lady" Teaser

    Ever since it was announced that Meryl Streep was set to embody Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron Lady," awards pundits started placing their bets. The Weinstein Company are banking on Streep cleaning up by releasing the Phyllida Lloyd ("Mamma Mia!") directed drama at the height of awards season in the...

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