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Crimson Peak
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CRIMSON PEAK’s plot fails to match up to Guillermo del Toro’s stunning visuals in this gothic romance.

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The upcoming film Tracks chronicles the true story of Robyn Davidson, who traveled 1,700 miles across the Australian desert in 1977.

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FeaturesMoviesOscar Watching

We Oscar obsessives discuss the Academy Awards throughout the year, but the Toronto International Film Festival kicks off what we refer to as the Oscar season – and with good reason, as we have lots of ground to cover this week. Bill Condon’s The Fifth Estate kicked off the fest with

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12 Years a Slave 2013 Fall Films
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The Telluride Film Festival came to a close on Monday. Of course, the festival didn’t end without showcasing a number of potential Oscar contenders. Films like J.C. Chandor’s All is Lost, the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, and Alexander Payne’s Nebraska already played at Cannes; the stateside premieres led to

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You know what I said about Oscar season really beginning in a few weeks? Well, we learned on Monday that The Weinstein Company will push Meryl Streep’s performance in August: Osage County for best supporting actress, thanks to Gold Derby. Yep, it’s starting already, and Oscar lovers are already theorizing

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FeaturesMoviesOscar Watching

The Oscar race won’t really begin for another few weeks, but given some recent developments – an infamous name change being among them – I figured I’d go ahead and resume Oscar Watching. Even before the Toronto International Film Festival kicks into gear, I’ve had to revise quite a few

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Stoker is a visually stunning masterpiece from the director of Oldboy, Park Chan-wook. Starring Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman and Matthew Goode Stoker is one Blu-ray worth watching. Keep reading for our review.

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There are some cool releases this week! I’ve done another divided list below. 21 and Over and Workaholics are first in each list.

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The director of Oldboy holds nothing back in his English-language debut, a devilishly twisted take on family values and one teen’s terrifying transition to adulthood.

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GI JOE: RETALIATION
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We have shared a number of great posts today, so here are some cool news posts for your reading enjoyment. Included in today’s News Invasion are stories on Godzilla, Prometheus 2, Mad Max: Fury Road and much more. Keep reading for tons of cool content.

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This weeks biggest releases are definitely ParaNorman, Lawless, Men in Black III, and Step Up Revolution, in my opinion. Talk about a difference in movie genres: Dancing, Animation, Drama, Aliens! The best reviewed of the bunch is ParaNorman, so if you missed this one in theaters you definitely need to catch it

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The first official trailer for Chan-wook Park’s Stoker has arrived online from Fox Searchlight Pictures. The movie stars Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, Dermot Mulroney and Jacki Weaver. As usual with Park’s films, Stoker looks like one crazy journey.

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The trailer is fast-paced, action-packed and seems like a great spectacle for those that love crime flicks, danger and Westerns. Directed by Australian film director John Hillcoat , Lawless seems like the ultimate epic action-packed film.

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Upcoming Western crime drama Lawless has unveiled several posters of each ensemble character, featuring quite an impressive cast. Director John Hillcoat takes another turn with actor Guy Pearce (Memento), with whom he’s previously worked with on The Proposition (2006). In addition to Pearce, the cast of Lawless includes: Tom Hardy, Jessica Chastain, Shia

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Blu-ray and DVD

It’s that time again: another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup!  Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! There are three big releases this week: Albert Nobbs (which received awards recognition, including a nomination for Glenn Close), Chronicle (which was a sleeper critical

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