Review: “The Emperor’s New Groove”: Hilarious Film, Weak Blu-ray

by SB20xxon June 24, 2013
When I was a young teenager, I went through a phase where I had an irrational hatred of Disney. Between thinking I was “too old” for their films and learning some unpleasant facts about their corporate policies and controversies, I essentially boycotted the studio. In fact, I even engaged in the unfair practice of judging […]

“Akira” To Receive Limited UK Theatrical Screenings For 25th Anniversary

by Grant Whiteon June 23, 2013
The legendary Japanese animated film Akira is due to receive a limited run of screenings in the UK in celebration of its 25th anniversary. Celebrated as iconic and important in bringing Japanese animation to the attention of Western audiences, the screenings will be held at select Picturehouse cinemas across the country. Details of the specific […]


PR: Robotech: 2-Movie Collection Coming to DVD on July 23, 2013 (UPDATED with trailer)

by Ed Liuon June 21, 2013
Never-Before-Seen Feature Film Premieres This Summer New Adventure Love Live Alive Arrives For The First Time Along With Fan Favorite The Shadow Chronicles In New DVD Set Available July 23 From Lionsgate Home Entertainment SANTA MONICA, CA June 17, 2013 – The Robotech saga continues as the celebrated characters that gained world-wide popularity in the original series […]

Review: “Monsters University” – Bright but Really Familiar College Years

by Ed Liuon June 21, 2013
Monsters University is an extraordinarily enjoyable movie, populated with denizens of affable (and sometimes not so affable) characters. It is remarkable for being one of the very rare breed of modern G-rated college films, and the fact that it is still so successful on those terms indicates that the increased amounts of sex, alcohol, drugs, […]


RDJ Says – “Two More, Please”

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2013
“The Avengers” and “Iron Man 3” are two of the most highly successful films in the past two years and Robert Downey, Jr. has all the money from his stints as Iron Man/Tony Stark in those flicks as well as the previous two films in the Iron Man franchise – so it can be safe […]
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FX Just Became Your Favorite Television Channel In 2015

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2013
All the movies are still in theaters but that didn’t prevent the FX network from locking up the future television rights to “Fast & Furious 6”, “Man of Steel”, “Star Trek Into Darkness” and “The Purge”. Previously, FX had already secured the television rights to “Iron Man 3” [“Iron Man 3” recently entered the Top […]


Spider-Man Dumps Mary Jane

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2013
None of that kinky stuff, Spider-Man will be a one-woman man – at least for the upcoming reboot sequel “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” starring Andrew Garfield as Spidey – and that woman will be Gwen Stacy [played by Emma Stone] after the role of Mary Jane Watson [played by Shailene Woodley] was dropped with just […]

Voices Come To The Prophet

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2013
The voice cast for “The Prophet” – an animated feature film retelling of the poems of Lebanese author Kahlil Gibran – just got larger and may be enough to to make a profit from “The Prophet”. Joining Salma Hayek in the voice cast will be Liam Neeson, John Krasinski, Frank Langella, Alfred Molina and Quvenzhane […]


Say Whaaat!? Anchorman 2 Trailer Is Here

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2013
Ron Burgundy [Will Ferrell] is back and even burgundier than ever…and Kristen Wiig is brought along to the San Diego news team for their efforts in trying to create a 24-hour news channel in the latest trailer for “Anchorman 2: The Legedn Continues” [release date – December 20, 2013]…

LEGO: The Movie Trailer

by Alex Beanon June 20, 2013
It is a wonderful world we live in when superheroes and NBA All-Stars can be assembled in one room – even if it is only in LEGO form…and for a movie. The newly released trailer for “LEGO: The Movie” [release date: February 7, 2014] shows that there may be a love story and there will […]