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Good news, Frozen fans! Walt Disney Animation Studios’ all-new short “Frozen Fever,” which welcomes Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf back to the big screen, will open in theaters on March 13, 2015, in front of Disney’s “Cinderella,” a live-action feature inspired by the classic fairy tale. In “Frozen Fever,” it’s

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There’s almost always an awesome film coming out on Blu-Ray or DVD each month, so which ones should you pay attention to this month?

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Idina Menzel at The Oscars
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Watch the performance of FROZEN’s “Let it Go” by Idina Menzel at The Oscars! She’s crazy talented.

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Do you ever get the urge to chat about pop culture news? The Water Cooler: A Weekly Pop Culture Chat is the perfect place for that!

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Aren’t we ready for next year – our own year-in-advance picks we know we’ll laugh at in several months’ time, the obvious Oscar bait that fizzles out for one reason or another, the films that catch fire at the last minute, the campaign chicanery? But we still have this Oscar

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The top races – for picture and director – didn’t change much over the last few days, but Her thankfully made some waves with the Writers Guild of America (WGA). The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) weighs in with its picks on Feb. 16, and that’s really

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AMERICAN HUSTLE and GRAVITY lead the Oscar nominations. 12 YEARS A SLAVE close behind. And what’s ALONE YET NOT ALONE?

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The Oscar nominations arrive tomorrow. Who’s in, who’s out, and who might surprise us?

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What better time than in the thick of holiday season for the gang to cut down their seven week hiatus and get together once again. A lot has happened in their time apart and this episode see’s the trio discuss disappointing biopics, BS endings, dreadful documentaries and one member of

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Edit: This article once stated that Judi Dench was a musical or comedy contender at the Golden Globes for her work in Philomena. However, she and the film will compete in the drama categories. This week saw not only the Gotham Awards ceremony, but also the New York Film Critics

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By now some of you have hopefully gone and seen Disney’s Frozen.  If you read my review you know that I loved it, but it got me thinking about how Disney titles their movies these days.  Frozen was at one point going to be called The Snow Queen, but was

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The first-ever screening of David O. Russell’s American Hustle took place on Sunday. Word on the film ranges from decent to terrific, but the one aspect on which everyone seemed to agree: Jennifer Lawrence. Last year’s best actress winner apparently steals the movie with her scenes as the wife of

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Any time you leave a movie theater humming show-stopping songs from an animated film, you know you have a winner.  It has been ages since a movie left me feeling the way Frozen did, and though it may sound like hyperbole, it’s probably the best Disney movie I’ve seen in

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While Disney’s latest animated feature Frozen is definitely above-average family entertainment, my first thought upon leaving the theatre was “boy, it’s a shame that Princess and the Frog was such a flop.”  And I immediately went home to watch it.  In addition to instant-classic music, complete characters, and impeccable animation,

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With around $36.6 million, Thor: The Dark World again won the box office, but competition for the number one spot was surprisingly heated, so there go the “hammer” and “clobber” puns I would have otherwise used. Malcolm D. Lee’s The Best Man Holiday, sequel to 1999’s The Best Man, more

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The movie world is all about the actors, though the occasional director, like Peter Jackson, George Lucas, or Steven Spielberg, gets lucky every now and then. Among the cinematic minds who almost always the short end of the stick, however, are the writers, but The Hollywood Reporter gives them the

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