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FilmCrunch 028: An Inconvenient Truth Review

Veronica Santiago and Neil Estep review the DVD release of Al Gore’s eye-opening film, An Inconvenient Truth, in this episode. A look at former Vice President Al Gore’s commitment to expose the myths and misconceptions that surround global warming and inspire actions to prevent it. Gore, who, in the wake of the defeat in the 2000 election, re-set the course of his life to focus on an all-out effort to help save the planet from irrevocable …

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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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Box Office Breakdown

Although theater audiences were not offered much new to watch over the four-day weekend, I must say that I was bit surprised as to how the box office totals shook out.  I was certain that Primeval would reign supreme. I mean—when when does a movie about a serial-killing crocodile not come out on top??  And despite Madonna’s participation, I thought Arthur and the Invisibles would place higher than 9th.  Parents are always desperate to find something …

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Fourth Indiana Jones Film to Premiere in ‘08.

It’s the announcement moviegoers have been waiting for – the fourth ‘Indy’ installment is definitely coming, Harrison, George, and Steven will be in their respective roles, and it’s all happening in the near future.  Before now, the will was there, along with the talent, but no official statement had been made regarding the film.  The script, which spent over ten years in development, has finally been completed and greenlit by the mighty triumvirate and “is …

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Babel Review: ‘Crash 2: Now It’s Global…and Longer…and Boring’

EDIT: Check out FilmCrunch’s Babel Video Review. This film follows four interconnected stories – an American couple vacationing in Morocco, a poor Moroccan family, a young deaf girl growing up in Japan, and a middle-aged Mexican woman living illegally in the United States.  We get to see how these stories affect each other in otherwise inconspicuous ways and watch each person as they experience various forms of predjudice.  Babel stars Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, and …

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