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FilmCrunch 027: Casino Royale, The Da Vinci Code, An Inconvenient Truth

Neil and Veronica are back with another full episode of FilmCrunch, this time reviewing Casino Royale, The Da Vinci Code on DVD, and An Inconvenient Truth. Neil also gets into some detailed feelings on the movie Borat, putting all the people out there looking to sue the makers of the film in their place. Oh, and he also doesn’t wear glasses this time around. Can it get any better? Quite honestly…no, it can’t. Check out the …

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FilmCrunch 022: Babel Review, Monster House DVD Review

Neil Estep and Veronica Santiago review the theatrical release of Babel in this episode of FilmCrunch. If you truly don’t get enough out of this in-depth video review, there is always our text Babel review as well, which seems to be all the rage as far as controvery is concerned. On to the Babel synopsis: In the remote sands of the Moroccan desert, a rifle shot rings out—detonating a chain of events that will link an …

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FilmCrunch 019: The Last King of Scotland, Infernal Affairs, Click

In this episode, the FilmCrunch crew takes a look at The Last King of Scotland, Infernal Affairs, and the DVD release of Click. Now we want to hear from you - hit the forums and let us know what you think, what you want us to watch next, and any other recommendations you have for the show. ...

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The Pursuit of Happyness Review

Chris Gardner (Will Smith) is a gifted, but struggling salesman trying to raise a family and make a decent living in 1980s San Francisco.  One fateful day, he stumbles upon an unpaid internship opportunity at a successful stock brokerage firm, and applies, hoping to start a new life for his family.  When the daily strain becomes too much to bear, his unhappy wife, Linda (Thandie Newton), decides to seek her own future, leaving Gardner to …

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Casino Royale Review: Craig Can’t Miss

Casino Royale, based on the first Bond novel by Ian Fleming, follows 007 in his very first mission – tracking down Le Chiffre, a notorious banker for terrorist organizations.  After halting Le Chiffre’s devious stock market swindle, James must enter a high-stakes poker tournament to prevent him from regaining his money.  With the help of the beautiful, yet mysterious Vesper Lynd, a government accountant overseeing the tournament buy-in money, James must win the game and …

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Monster House DVD Review

Monster House is the computer animated tale of an awkward young boy, DJ, and his friends Chowder and Jenny, as they investigate the spooky house across the street and the evil old man (Mr. Nebbercracker) residing within.  When Nebbercracker is suddenly injured and hospitalized, the three decide to take a closer look, discovering, to their horror, that the house itself is actually alive, its intentions quite malicious.  With Halloween soon approaching, the children must destroy …

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Casino Royale Premiers in Britain

The new James Bond film, Casino Royale, premiered Tuesday in London to screaming fans and one particularly special lady – Queen Elizabeth II.  The screening took place at the annual Royal Film Performance, a fundraiser for performers’ charity the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund, and an honor bestowed on only one other Bond film.  Based on Ian Fleming’s first Bond novel, Casino Royale will be the 21st film in the series and chronicles the life of …

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Marie Antoinette Review: A Masterpiece of Accessibility

Last week, I sat down to watch the new film by Sofia Coppola, Marie Antoinette, starring Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman.  I saw it with two friends – both of whom didn’t care for it – and was excited, despite its alleged booing at Cannes.  Aware of this reception, however, I went in a bit wary, but thought, “it can’t be that bad, can it?”  In fact, no it can’t.  This film is excellent. ... …

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Rob Tapert Updates Us On Status of 30 Days of Night

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Posted by Andru Edwards
Categories: Sony, Horror, Thrillers, Filmmaking,

Filming has begun for the upcoming Ghost House Pictures flick 30 Days of Night. Ghost House has put up the ninth video blog, featuring executive producer Rob Tapert, which has been following the production of the graphic novel to film. Tapert gives a bit of info of what scene was shot and seems pretty excited with the results. I was rubbing my hands together deviously and grinning evilly at his description of the scene. The site …

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