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There’s war coming, all-out war, all-out civil war, to Panem, the fictionalized future successor to the United States central to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy in print and on film, but not yet (operative phrase being “not yet”) to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (hereinafter “Mockingjay, Part 1”), the
Check out the new trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – it looks like it is going to follow closely the source material.
Transformers: Age of Extinction is yet another in a seemingly endless series of sensory assaults from Michael Bay.
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?
Sequels that better their predecessors are, in general, few and far between, but when that sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, follows a sub-par predecessor, The Hunger Games, it’s an easy conclusion to make, primarily due to the replacement of Gary Ross, the director of The Hunger Games, a filmmaker
There are some cool releases this week! I’ve done another divided list below. 21 and Over and Workaholics are first in each list.
The first trailer for Robert Redford’s new political thriller The Company You Keep is online, and is looks like a Redford is back like he wasin his prime. The film follows a young newspaper reporter played by Shia LaBeouf. After the arrest of a Weather Underground suspect (Susan Sarandon), LaBeouf’s character goes on a mission to track down another at-large member of the American radical left organization played be Redford.