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This Week in Blu-ray / DVD Releases: Finding Dory, Game of Thrones

This Week: Pixar reels in a big one with Finding Dory, Game of Thrones sets up its end game, and on the road again with The Beatles. ► Last year, Pixar had its first real flop with ‘The Good Dinosaur.’ How do they respond? Their biggest hit ever with FINDING DORY . This year’s box...
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11.15.2016
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Live-orchestrated screening of P.T. Anderson's Punch-Drunk Love announced

Now this is pretty damn cool. BAM has announced that Sony and director Paul Thomas Anderson have produced a new, scoreless print of PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE, and it will screen this spring with Jon Brion's original score re-orchestrated and performed by a live orchestra. The Wordless Music Orchestra have been tapped to perform for the special screening, with Ryan McAdams and...
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12.11.2015
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Our Favorite Movie Easter Eggs: Frozen, The Polar Express, Elf 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 hidden 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...
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12.26.2014
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Adam Sandler to take a dramatic turn in Tom McCarthy's The Cobbler

Adam Sandler has become a laughingstock but not in a good way. The buffoonish actor who started his movie career with BILLY MADISON and HAPPY GILMORE was not exactly the type of actor you would expect to make quality films. He seemed to be headed on the path of movies like, well, GROWN UPS. It was when Sandler began showing his skills with more dramatic moments in movies like THE...
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09.19.2013
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Cool Videos: Every one of Paul Thomas Anderson's signature shots in these two supercuts

Every great director has a signature visual style that sets them apart from the cookie cutter filmmakers out there. Paul Thomas Anderson has kept a pair of distinct tricks up his sleeve for each and every one of his movies. Regardless of genre or subject matter, Anderson has consistently used both the whip pan and symmetrical shots through HARD EIGHT, BOOGIE NIGHTS, MAGNOLIA,...
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11.16.2012
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