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Archive for April, 2008

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Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

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New DVD Releases – Tuesday April 22, 2008

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

These are the movies coming arriving on DVD, Tuesday April 22, 2008

New Movie Releases – Friday, April 18 2008

Saturday, April 19th, 2008

These are the movies arriving in theaters the weekend of Friday, April 18 2008. Al Pacino is back starring in 88 Minutes.

The Love Guru Movie Posters

Saturday, April 19th, 2008

Release date: Friday June 20, 2008
Genre: Comedy
Director: Marco Schnabel
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Producer(s): Donald J. Lee, Jr., Michael De Luca, Mike Myers
Screenplay: Mike Myers, Graham Gordy
Cast: Mike Myers, Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake, Romany Malco, Meagan Good, Omid Djalili, Ben Kingsley
Official Site:
Rating: None
Available film art: The Love Guru movie posters

Mike Myers is an American who was left at the gates of an ashram in India as a child and raised by gurus. He moves back to the U.S. to seek fame and fortune in the world of self-help and spirituality.

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What Happens in Vegas Movie Posters

Friday, April 18th, 2008

Release date: Friday May 9, 2008
Genre: Comedy/Romance
Director: Tom Vaughn
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Producer(s): Luke Ford, Michael Aguilar
Screenplay: Dana Fox
Cast: Cameron Diaz, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Rob Corddry, Michelle Krusiec, Lake Bell
Official site:
Rating: None
Available poster art: What Happens in Vegas movie posters

Set in Sin City, storyline revolves around two strangers who wake up to discover they got married sometime during the previous night’s drunken festivities, with one of them winning a huge jackpot on the other’s quarter. The couple set out to undermine each other and claim the coin, only to fall in love along the way.

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88 Minutes Exclusive Trailer

Friday, April 18th, 2008

Al Pacino takes on The OC’s Ryan Atwood, a.k.a. Ben McKenzie, in this exclusive clip from 88 Minutes.

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Forgetting Sarah Marshall Review

Friday, April 18th, 2008

Forgetting Sarah Marshall will resonate with the ladies, because of its strong female lead.

It’s no secret that the Judd Apatow-branded style of comedy skews heavily toward the male demographic. The hero is always a man with a strong group of buddies and he’s typically oppressed by the woman he loves — whom he comes to reach a romantic understanding with by the end of the picture. It’s also no secret that these films are very, very funny — for both women and men. To that end, Forgetting Sarah Marshall falls suitably in line with the likes of The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up. But its agreeable female leads, painted here as fully developed characters, are sure to resonate more positively with the ladies in the audience.

Struggling musician Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) has spent six years idolizing his girlfriend, television star Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell). He’s the guy left holding her purse in paparazzi photos and accidentally omitted from acceptance award speeches. But his world is rocked when she leaves him for another man. After an unsuccessful bout of womanizing and an on-the-job nervous breakdown, Peter sees that not having Sarah may just ruin his life.

To clear his head, he takes an impulsive trip to Oahu where he is confronted by his worst nightmare: His ex and her tragically hip new British-rocker boyfriend, Aldous Snow (Russell Brand), are sharing his hotel. But as Peter torments himself with the reality of Sarah’s new life, he finds relief in a flirtation with Rachel (Mila Kunis) — a beautiful resort employee whose laid-back approach tempts him to rejoin the world.

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Ten Great Al Pacino Films

Wednesday, April 16th, 2008

With Al Pacino returning to theaters this weekend (in 88 Minutes). has the 10 greatest Al Pacino movies. Read on and see if you agree and let us know what is your favourite Pacino film.

Al Pacino returns to the multiplex this weekend in 88 Minutes, a standard thriller in which he’s a college professor stalked by a serial killer who has given him 88 minutes to live.

It’s one of two films from the veteran stage and screen actor due to hit theatres this year. The other, Righteous Kill, a somewhat more promising crime drama, re-teams Pacino with his Heat castmate, Robert De Niro.

If we’re judging that film’s potential by the recent output of these two New York acting legends, Righteous Kill should be euthanized before it even hits theatres. Pacino and De Niro have been slumming for so long, we’ve almost forgotten why they were so great in the first place.

But we hope those stuck watching 88 Minutes will cut the living legend at least a little slack. If anyone deserves it, it’s this man. Here are 10 perfect Pacino performances.

1. The Godfather: Part II (1974)
Pacino’s greatest role arrived midway through his 1970s peak, following The Godfather and between Serpico and Dog Day Afternoon. In the second instalment of Francis Ford Coppola’s trilogy, his role of a Mafioso rising to power became the role against which all his others were judged. And rightfully so: it earned Pacino the second of his eight Oscar nominations, and helped put The Godfather: Part II in the books alongside the greatest films in history.

2. Scent of a Woman (1992)
Forget the guttural, cringeworthy “Hoo-has!” that Pacino became known for as a result of this film. Sure, it’s a slight movie that tries desperately to achieve greater meaning, but underneath the over-the top antics lies a great presence, a particular kind of movie magic.

That would be Pacino, who won his only Oscar here as a blind colonel with plans to commit suicide.

3. The Insider (1999)
Michael Mann makes great-looking movies, but the casting of Pacino as real-life TV producer Lowell Bergman is what gives this underbooked gem its gnarly underbelly. Pacino is bang-on as a haggard 60 Minutes producer whose supervisors bail on a source when the heat is on.

Pacino was overshadowed big-time by Russell Crowe (in his best role as the titular character), which is like saying Mark Messier wasn’t so hot because the spotlight was always on Wayne Gretzky.

4. Scarface (1983)
The intensity of Pacino as cocaine kingpin Tony Montana has yet to diminish, despite the somewhat pastel look of Brian De Palma’s cult classic. That’s a tribute to an inimitable performance so over-the-top it could scale Mount Everest. “I bury those cockroaches!” is one of 2,430 quotable lines Pacino delivered in this film.

5. Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
It has been argued that Sonny – who attempted to raise funds for his lover’s sex change operation by robbing a bank – is one of Pacino’s finest roles. It’s hard to argue with that; his range of emotion in Dog Day Afternoon is one of the crown jewels of ’70s cinema.

Sonny, who is by law a criminal, would have stayed true to the page in the hands of a lesser actor. Pacino makes him leap from it.

6. Serpico (1973)
Plenty of crime dramas have employed the cop-as- conflicted hero that Pacino pioneered in Serpico, while even more have attempted to cut as deep socially – in both cases, to no avail. For some reason, Serpico is a bit of a sleeper in Pacino’s catalogue. For shame, we say.

7. Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)
Scent of a Woman quickly made flamboyance Pacino’s stock-in-trade in 1992. That turned some off his other Oscar-nominated role that same year: scenery-chewing Ricky Roma, a borderline sleazeball salesman in David Mamet’s riveting morality play, Glengarry Glen Ross. Pacino acts vain throughout, which bothered some. But the role required it. If you ask us, that’s just good acting.

8. . . . And Justice for All (1979)
Intensity was still a part of Pacino’s oeuvre in the courtroom drama . . . And Justice for All, and he used every last molecule of it as a lawyer whose fight for truth did not result in justice for all. It did earn him a much-deserved Oscar nomination, however, and remains one of Pacino’s signature roles from the 1970s.

9. Angels in America (2003)
To stand out amongst a crew of actors that includes Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson and Michael Gambon is a feat in itself.

To create sympathy for a conflicted character – as Pacino did in spitfire lawyer Roy Cohn – was herculean. Angels in America was a force of nature on television, thanks in part to Pacino’s Emmy-winning performance.

10. Heat (1995)
Heat was promoted as the acting field’s equivalent of a G8 summit, for it featured the first onscreen pairing of De Niro and Pacino, who shared billing but not screen time in The Godfather: Part II. Their brief meeting in a diner was magnificent. But on their own, in the roles of a criminal and cop, De Niro and Pacino shone equally brightly.

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Poster Premiere: The Incredible Hulk

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

Check out the new poster for the upcoming Incredible Hulk movie.

Marvel Studios is operating at full steam these days, churning out superhero movies with such ferocious velocity that it seems as if they’ve been pelted by gamma rays. Of course, the new and hopefully improved version of another gamma-irradiated entity — one Doctor Bruce Banner — will be hitting movie theaters on June 13th.

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Fast and Furious Details

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

dieselwalker-small.jpg has the skinny on the new story line for the fourth installment of Fast and Furious.

Buckle up Fast and the Furious fans! Universal Pictures has unveiled the storyline for the upcoming fourth installment in the high-octane street racing franchise.

Vin Diesel and Paul Walker will be reprising their roles in Fast and Furious — yup, that’s the title — along with returning hotties Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster.

The flick will tell what happens when fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto (Diesel) reignites his feud with agent Brian O’Conner (Walker). But as they are forced to confront a shared enemy, Dom and Brian must give in to an uncertain new trust if they hope to outmaneuver him. From convoy heists to precision tunnel crawls across international lines, the two men will push the limits of what’s possible behind the wheel.

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