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Why It Works: Children Of Men

Why It Works is an ongoing column which breaks down some of the most acclaimed films in history and explores what makes them so iconic, groundbreaking, and memorable. ****SPOILERS AHEAD**** The year is 2027, humans have lost the ability to procreate, and the world has gone to shit. The United Kingdom, while one of the few functioning societies left, has become a volatile...
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Al Gore's follow-up docu-film An Inconvenient Sequel gets a release date

I would appreciate you reading the following line to yourself while doing your best Homer SImpson impression. Are ou ready? Okay, here we go, “Mmmmm … kismet.” Heh. Thanks. With the topic of global warming being such a topic of much debate these days, I can’t help but feel like a release date for the follow-up to former United States Vice President Al...
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Awfully Good Movies: The Santa Clause 3 - The Escape Clause (Video)

The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006) Director:  Michael Lembeck Stars:  Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell T'was the week before Christmas, / And for Awfully Good Movies, / JoBlo will make you suffer / Through THE SANTA CLAUSE 3. The first CLAUSE was classic, / The second CLAUSE was fun, / But this third CLAUSE will...
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12.21.2016
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Idiocracy is returning to select theaters

Ever since the film's release, there's always that person you know who says that Mike Judge's IDIOCRACY is "coming true!" It's hard to argue with the evidence, but in case you wanted to re-experience the laughs/horror of what the film has to offer, it's returning to select theaters! Some of the cast and crew of IDIOCRACY will be show up in-person at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica...
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09.22.2016
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The Departed is getting re-adapted for television at Amazon

Get ready to smell another rat, this time across a longer-form story and on Amazon's streaming platform. THE DEPARTED, the Best Picture winner at the 79th Academy Awards which starred Leonardo DiCaprio , Jack Nicholson , Matt Damon and Mark Wahlberg , is being re-adapted, this time as a series for Amazon, with Vertigo Entertainment, Initial Entertainment Group...
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08.23.2016
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Awfully Good Movies: Eragon (Video)

Eragon (2006) Director:  Stefen Fangmeier Stars:  Ed Speelers, Jeremy Irons, John Malkovich With Disney's acclaimed remake of PETE'S DRAGON flaming into theaters this weekend, Awfully Good Movies is spreading its wings and flying into a review of a less beloved dragon tale: ERAGON, starring Jeremy Irons and John Malkovich! Sure, a movie about...
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08.10.2016
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Universal set to make a live-action Curious George with Shrek director

Give credit where credit is due over at the Universal lot, as they continue to build their brand of family entertainment that'll see them rolling in piles of box office cash for years to come. Already with DESPICABLE ME and THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS laying the groundwork for them and plenty more to come from Illumination Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation, Universal is exploring...
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08.08.2016
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The Good, The Bad & The Badass: Colin Farrell

Last week , we took a look at the career of actor Ethan Hawke . This week’s subject is another star who’s managed to navigate the tricky jump from heartthrob to character actor/leading man... Colin Farrell Hype is a dangerous thing. When the Hollywood taste-makers or the media prematurely crown a hot young celeb the new king or queen of Tinseltown,...
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08.01.2016
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Exclusive Cool Video: Top 10 overacting moments in movies

We've all witnessed that moment in a certain films where an actor or actress just becomes completely unhinged and goes way out of range of what's expected or needed for a particular role. The results are usually more humiliating or unintentionally hilarious rather than the brilliance they were no doubt aiming for. Either way, they're easy to spot when they happen and it can be an...
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06.30.2016
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Cars 3 will be "very emotional" and closer to the first film in tone

Although some point to CARS as Pixar's first misstep, the franchise has proved to be incredibly profitable which is why it's no surprise that CARS 3 is on the way. While CARS didn't quite manage to hit the heights of FINDING NEMO or TOY STORY in terms of critical acclaim, it wasn't until CARS 2 when Pixar received its first, and so far only, "rotten"...
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06.10.2016
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Jude Law on why he turned down the role of Superman

Behind many of Hollywood's most famous roles are a line of actors who didn't get it, either because someone better came along or because the actor passed on the project themselves. When Bryan Singer was developing what would become SUPERMAN RETURNS, he was faced with finding an actor who could not only embody the man of steel, but follow in the footsteps of the late...
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06.08.2016
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Where it was Made: The Departed (video)

Welcome to another episode of our web-series, Where It Was Made, in which we revisit the actual filming locations for some of the most popular films ever made and see how they're holding up today, all while examining just how these locations were used in the finished film. Our latest episode heads to Bean Town USA, aka Boston, Massachusetts to revisit the locales from Martin Scorsese...
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06.08.2016
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