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Review: Mother's Day

PLOT : The adventures of a bunch of well off women and men, all of whom are dealing with family during the week leading up to Mother’s Day. REVIEW : Watching the new Garry Marshall film is akin to going to watch an actor friend in a scene study showcase. You have a bunch of thespians on-stage doing random scenes that sometimes go together, and oftentimes don’t. At...
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The UnPopular Opinion: Tomorrowland

THE UNPOPULAR OPINION is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATHED. We're hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Enjoy! ****SOME SPOILERS ENSUE**** This past summer movie season was full of surprises...
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09.23.2015
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Review: The Keeping Room

PLOT: Three Southern women trying to maintain during the end of the Civil War are suddenly confronted with a pair of violent Union soldiers who intend to take everything from them. REVIEW: Daniel Barber 's THE KEEPING ROOM is a morose little tale, a grim and intimate look at the end of the Civil War through the eyes of three Southern women who are forced to survive on...
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09.22.2015
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A blow for original movies: Disney could lose $140 million on Tomorrowland

Disney is about to absorb it's first major financial bomb since the release of THE LONE RANGER two years ago. According to The Hollywood Reporter , Brad Bird 's TOMORROWLAND is poised to cost the House of Mouse somewhere around $140 million after it completes it's theatrical run. Despite weak reviews and a less than $50 million opening weekend in theaters, Disney had hopes...
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06.10.2015
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Our Favorite Movie Easter Eggs: Dark Knight, Tomorrowland, Matrix and more!

These days, part of the fun of watching a movie in theaters or at home with the ability to freeze frames, is finding the Easter eggs hidden within. For the history buffs out there, the origin of the cinematic Easter egg dates back to THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW . Supposedly one day on the set, the cast decided to have a traditional Easter egg hunt, as you do, but some of the eggs...
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06.05.2015
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Weekend Box Office Report: May 22-24, 2015

Tomorrowland takes the top! Audiences wanted to visit a dazzling futuristic city this Memorial Day weekend, putting Disney's TOMORROWLAND in the #1 spot at the box office with an estimated $32.1 million ! Marketing for the movie (named after the theme park attraction) took a "mystery box" approach, but that ambiguity didn't seem to entice...
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05.24.2015
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Top 10 Disney Rides Worth Making Into Movies

TOMORROWLAND opens today and represents the first Disney film based on an entire section of their theme park. Sure, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN showed that a ride could make for a good movie, but there are so many more potential elements of Disneyland and Disneyworld that could make for cool movies. Here is our ranking of the ten best potential film properties based on Disney theme park rides. See...
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05.22.2015
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Tomorrowland's Damon Lindelof and George Clooney talk fanboy cynicism

This Friday sees the release of Brad Bird 's TOMORROWLAND, which was also written with Damon Lindelof . The writer of STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS and PROMETHEUS has had more than his fair share of criticism over the years and while TOMORROWLAND looks to focus on a great, big, beautiful tomorrow, Lindelof and George Clooney wouldn't be too surprised if audiences don't take to it....
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05.20.2015
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Review: Tomorrowland

PLOT: Teenaged Casey receives a mysterious pin that allows her to see an alternate, futuristic world full of wondrous possibility. She must join forces with a curmudgeonly inventor and a unique little girl in order to find this place for real. REVIEW: TOMORROWLAND is a strange and unfortunate misfire, a movie ostensibly aimed at children but containing little in the way of...
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05.19.2015
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These new featurettes open up some of the characters of Tomorrowland

Disney's marketing team hasn't exactly done the best job selling TOMORROWLAND to the masses, and while I haven't had the pleasure of seeing it yet, I have total faith that director Brad Bird (MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL) has crafted something fun for audiences this summer. With that said, a couple of featurettes have dropped talking about the female leads of the movie. That...
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05.01.2015
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Take a ride with the new action-packed trailer for Brad Bird's Tomorrowland

If you were feeling indifferent about TOMORROWLAND before, this is the trailer that Brad Bird fans have been waiting for. We've seen what kind of action Bird is capable of delivering in films like THE INCREDIBLES and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL, and I'm happy to say that it looks like that streak will continue with TOMORROWLAND. In a smart move by Disney, the latest...
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04.21.2015
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George Clooney contends with photoshop in these new Tomorrowland posters

If posters, photoshop, George Clooney , or all of the above are your things, then I'm about to totally make your Monday! Hot off the digital presses are 4 new theatrical posters for Brad Bird 's TOMORROWLAND, showcasing the main characters of the film, We have the boy genius, Frank Walker (in old and young ages), the bright, optimistic Casey ( Britt Robertson ) and Athena (...
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04.20.2015
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