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    Oscars: 12 Films That Voters Need To Make Time For During the Holiday Break

    As the Oscar voter packs his/her bag to head somewhere for the holidays, a few screeners end up in their bags for a watch on a plane, train, or automobile. With pundit sites such as AwardsCircuit offering up their Oscar predictions each and every week, we are covering what we “think will get nominated” and […] More

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    New Blu-Ray/DVD Releases (10/30/18) – Double Dose of Nicolas Cage

    This week, Nicolas Cage offers up two of his better performances to highlight the Blu-Ray and DVD new releases. Cage has, with good reason, become a bit of a laughingstock in recent years. He more resembles a cartoon character than an Academy Award winner. Well, now he officially is both! His pair of titles lead […] More

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    ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Repeats at Top Spot While ‘Black Panther’ Crosses $700M US

    1. “Mission: Impossible–Fallout” Paramount $35,000,000 2. “Christopher Robin” Buena Vista $25,003,000 3. “The Spy Who Dumped Me” Lionsgate $12,350,000 4. “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” Universal $9,090,000 5. “The Equalizer 2” Sony $8,830,000 6. “Hotel Transylvania 3” Sony $8,200,000 7. “Ant-Man and The Wasp Buena Vista $6,188,000 8. “The Darkest Minds” Fox $5,800,000 9. […] More

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    ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Accomplishes Its Mission to Win the Box Office

    1. “Mission: Impossible—Fallout” Paramount $61,500,000 2. “Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again” Universal $15,000,000 3. “The Equalizer 2” Sony $14,000,000 4. “Hotel Transylvania 3” Sony $12,305,000 5. “Teen Titans Go! To the Movies” Warner Bros $10,510,000 6. “Ant-Man and The Wasp” Buena Vista $8,400,000 7. “Incredibles 2” Buena Vista $7,157,000 8. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Teen Titans Go! To the Movies’ is a Meta takedown of the DC Cinematic Universe

    Go figure, it took a big screen version of a children’s animated program to course correct. The DC Cinematic Universe, long the red-headed stepchild to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, finally sees a team up work. Now, the film in question is “Teen Titans Go! To the Movies,” so it’s not what DC and Warner Brothers initially […] More