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PR: New York International Children’s Film Festival Lineup Includes Six Animated French Films

by Ed Liuon March 12, 2013
NEW YORK INT’L CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP INCLUDES SIX ANIMATED FRENCH FILMS **** APPROVED FOR ADOPTION– NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE THE DAY OF THE CROWS– EAST COAST PREMIERE ERNEST & CELESTINE– US PREMIERE KIRIKOU AND THE MEN AND THE WOMEN– NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE THE PAINTING– WORLD PREMIERE ENGLISH-LANGUAGE VERSION ZARAFA **** TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT […]
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NY Times Looks at Making “From Up on Poppy Hill”

by Ed Liuon March 11, 2013
The New York Times has examined the making of From Up on Poppy Hill, the latest film from Studio Ghibli directed by Goro Miyazaki from an adapted screenplay by his father Hayao Miyazaki. In the article, the younger Miyazaki discusses some of the artistic influences in the film and inspirations for some of its key […]

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Earth’s Mightiest Hyped Up Show

by Alex Beanon March 11, 2013
Marvel signed a ginormous deal with Disney a few years ago, had last year’s biggest movie with the “Avengers” and have a fanbase approximately the size of Albania – so naturally, they are feeling the need to hype up their product a bit more in case there are still 17 people left on Earth who […]
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Review: “The Mystical Laws” Hasn’t a Prayer

by on March 11, 2013
The Mystical Laws is a movie so bad–a movie that gets so many things wrong–that it passes through mere incompetence to emerge in that fairy tale world inhabited by Plan 9 From Outer Space and Batman Forever. Don’t let its initially professional sheen mislead you. This is a movie that creeps toward insanity on soft […]

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Evil Dead Remake Sequel Promises 25 Percent More Fake Blood

by Alex Beanon March 9, 2013
The original 1981 drive-in caliber horror flick “Evil Dead” spawned a pair of sequels and cemented director Sam Raimi and actor Bruce Campbell in the horror film hall of fame. But with advances in fake blood technology since the 1980s, the upcoming remake of the horror trilogy – which features a group of the usual […]
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Nolan’s Interstellar Gets A Date And Stays In The Family

by Alex Beanon March 9, 2013
With “Inception” and a few Batman films under his belt, director Christopher Nolan has undoubtedly earned the right to pick and choose who he wants to be on his team for his next film – the sci-fi pic “Interstellar” – and he has done just that by using a script from his brother, Jonathan, and […]

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Ruffalo Enters Hulk Anger Management Program

by Alex Beanon March 8, 2013
You may have been asking yourself – “Self, when am I going to see The Incredible Hulk in a movie again? Mark Ruffalo signed that big six-pic deal with Marvel last year, so it must be soon, right?” Well, not if Ruffalo’s Twitter has anything to say about it. Ruffalo, who played the big green […]
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Review: “Gintama The Movie” (UK Edition): Ever Feel Like You Missed A Dynasty?

by Grant Whiteon March 7, 2013
We’re quite fortunate to live in a time when the licensing of Japanese shows is pretty consistent. Although the ‘anime bubble’ may have popped, pretty much every good show and movie that comes out of the country gets a licensed release overseas. However, this isn’t always the case, and some popular works get tied up […]

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The Hangover III – Back To Vegas

by Alex Beanon March 7, 2013
The Wolfpack is back in Vegas for “The Hangover III” along with a giraffe, some guys in pig masks, Jade and Carlos. “The Hangover III” opens on Memorial Day weekend…
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Seth Makes A Million

by Alex Beanon March 7, 2013
  Fresh off his wildly successful [$543 million worldwide and still counting] first feature film, “Ted” and his 2013 Oscar hosting gig which was met with mixed reviews depending on whether or not you had an adequate sense of humor or did not, “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane is now embarking on his second feature […]