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Super Capers Movie Posters

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

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Release date: March 20th, 2009
Genre: Comedy/Adventure/Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Running time: 1 hour 38 minutes
Director: Ray Griggs
Studio: Roadside Attractions
Screenplay: Ray Griggs
Cast: Christine Lakin, Danielle Harris, Doug Jones, Tom Sizemore, Clint Howard, Sam Lloyd, Justin Whalin
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Rating: PG for mild language, some rude humor and brief smoking
Available film art: Super Capers movie posters

A wannabe superhero joins a team of bumbling heroes-in-training on a time traveling mission to thwart an evil plot in this high-flying comedy featuring Clint Howard, Adam West, Tom Sizemore, and Doug Jones. Ed Gruberman (Justin Whalin) may not possess any actual super-powers, though his passion for fighting crime rivals that of even the greatest comic book do-gooders. When Ed becomes a member of The Super Capers, an oddball team of aspiring superheroes, it seems as if his dream of fighting crime for real is about to come true. Upon discovering evidence of an evil plot involving gold bullion, an alluring femme fatale, and a powerful criminal mastermind, Ed travels back in time to prevent a disaster the likes of which the world has never seen.

Twilight Fans: Now you Can Appear in the Next Movie

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

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Twilight fans can rejoice! Now you can make an appearance in the new Twilight saga: New Moon. Read on:

If you’re a real fan, you’re already hyperventilating from the headline.

You … in the Twilight saga: New Moon? Rubbing shoulders with the cast, hanging out in Forks, drooling over your favorite vampire (or wolf).

Too good to be true? Nope. But there is a small catch.

All you have to do is record and submit a video to the Official Twilight Movie website, explaining why you, above all other Twilight fans, should make an appearance in the movie.

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Movie Review: Race to Witch Mountain

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

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Hyped as a “modern-day re-imagining” of the novel by Alexander Key — which previously inspired “Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) and its sequel “Return from Witch Mountain” (1978) — “Race” justifies its title by coming off as much more of a high-velocity action-adventure than its predecessors.

Helmer Andy Fickman (who previously teamed with Johnson on 2007’s “The Game Plan”) puts the pedal to the metal in the opening moments, as U.S. military and intelligence types rush to secure the Nevada desert site where a UFO has apparently crash-landed. Right from the start, it’s established that Burke (Ciaran Hinds), a Homeland Security agent, isn’t there to roll out the welcome mat for “illegal aliens.”

Meanwhile, off in nearby Las Vegas, ex-con cabbie Jack Bruno (Johnson) is trying to drive the straight and narrow path, despite efforts by mob goons to re-recruit him as a getaway driver. Fortuitously, Bruno picks up an attractive passenger, Dr. Alex Friedman (Carla Gugino), an astrophysicist who just happens to be in town to lecture at a UFO conference (which is amusingly attended by role-playing, wardrobe-wearing sci-fi geeks). Bruno gruffly dismisses the “nutjobs” who believe in visitations by otherworldly beings. This, of course, sets him up for some ironic enlightenment.

The next day, Bruno picks up two other passengers who scour him free of skepticism. During a series of high-speed chases and hairbreadth escapes, Sara (AnnaSophia Robb) and Seth (Alexander Ludwig) gradually reveal themselves as extraterrestrial visitors who fell to earth aboard the UFO, which was seized by Burke’s team and moved to a super-secret U.S. government installation hidden inside Witch Mountain.

The two human-looking teens are equipped with all manner of shape-shifting, mind-reading and telekinetic abilities, but they need Bruno’s help to avoid capture by Burke and his heavily armed SWAT team — and to avoid assassination by a Terminator-style hunter from their home planet.

“Race to Witch Mountain” strikes a deft balance of chase-movie suspense and wisecracking humor, with a few slam-bang action setpieces that would shame the makers of more allegedly grown-up genre fare. Fickman generously sprinkles witty wink-wink, nudge-nudge touches throughout, and the inevitable cameos by stars of the original “Witch Mountain” adventures, Kim Richards and Iake Eissinmann, are handled with sufficient finesse.

Script by Matt Lopez and Mark Bomback is unabashedly contrived, but the writers are clever enough to kid that contrivance. It may look and sound like a relationship-building throwaway bit, but the scene in which Bruno and Dr. Friedman discuss the ever-so-convenient coincidences that brought them together is self-referentially hilarious.

Johnson continues to flex his muscles as a charismatic screen presence, and here once again demonstrates his ego-free willingness to make himself the butt of jokes even as he does his derring-do.

Robb and Ludwig credibly suggest otherworldly temperaments without being too stiff about it, and Gugino is appealing as a standard-issue brainy beauty. Garry Marshall is the standout among the supporting players as a bestselling, surprisingly well-connected extraterrestrial expert who’s greeted at the UFO convention as some kind of superstar (not unlike real-life author Whitley Strieber, who’s fleetingly glimpsed among the conventioneers).

Special effects and other production values are first-class across the board, enabling auds to enjoy the pic as a serious sci-fi actioner as well as seriocomic family fare.

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Monsters vs. Aliens Movie Posters

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

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Release date: Friday March 27, 2009
Genre: Animation
Director: Conrad Vernon, Rob Letterman
Studio: DreamWorks Animation
Screenplay: Maya Forbes, Wallace Wolodarsky
Producer(s): Lisa Stewart
Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Will Arnett, Seth Rogen, Rainn Wilson, Stephen Colbert, Kiefer Sutherland, Paul Rudd
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Rating: PG sci-fi action, some crude humor and mild language
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“Monsters vs. Aliens,” which is slated for a domestic release date of March 27, 2009, reinvents the classic ’50s monster movie into an irreverent modern day action comedy.

The cast of “Monsters vs. Aliens” includes: Oscar® winner Reese Witherspoon (“Walk the Line,” “Rendition”) as Susan Murphy, a.k.a. Ginormica; Golden Globe winner Hugh Laurie (TV’s “House,” “Stuart Little”) as Dr. Cockroach, Ph.D.; Will Arnett (TV’s “Arrested Development,” “Blades of Glory”) as The Missing Link; Seth Rogen (“Knocked Up,” “Superbad”) as B.O.B.; Rainn Wilson (“Juno,” TV’s “The Office”) as Gallaxhar; Emmy winner Stephen Colbert (TV’s “The Colbert Report,” “Bewitched”) as The President of the United States; Golden Globe winner Kiefer Sutherland (TV’s “24,” “Phone Booth”) as General W.R. Monger; and Paul Rudd (“Knocked Up,” “Night at the Museum”) as Susan’s boyfriend, Derek.

“Monsters vs. Aliens” is directed by Rob Letterman (“Shark Tale”) and Conrad Vernon (“Shrek 2″), produced by Lisa Stewart (“I Think I Love My Wife”) and co-produced by Jill Hopper and Latifa Ouaou. The film marks the theatrical debut of DreamWorks Animation’s Ultimate 3-D, the studio’s proprietary production process of authoring its animated films in 3-D from start to finish.

When California girl Susan Murphy is unexpectedly clobbered by a meteor full of outer space gunk, she mysteriously grows to 49-feet-11-inches tall and is instantly labeled a “monster” named Ginormica. The military jumps into action, and she is captured and held in a secret government compound. The world learns that the military has been quietly rounding up other monsters over the years. This ragtag group consists of the brilliant but insect-headed Dr. Cockroach, Ph.D.; the macho half-ape, half-fish The Missing Link; the gelatinous and indestructible B.O.B.; and the 350-foot grub called Insectosaurus. Their confinement time is cut short however, when a mysterious alien robot lands on Earth and begins storming the country.

As a last resort, under the guidance of General W.R. Monger (on a desperate order from The President), the motley crew of Monsters is called into action to combat the aliens and save the world from imminent destruction.

The Haunting in Connecticut Movie Posters

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

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Release date: Friday March 27, 2009
Genre: Horror/Thriller
Director: Peter Cornwell
Studio: Lionsgate
Screenplay: Adam Simon, Tim Metcalfe
Producer(s): Andy Trapani, Daniel Farrands, Paul Brooks, Wendy Rhoads
Cast: Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Martin Donovan, Elias Koteas
Official Site:
Rating: PG-13 for some intense sequences of terror and disturbing images
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Based on a chilling true story, Lionsgate’s “The Haunting in Connecticut” charts one family’s terrifying, real-life encounter with the dark forces of the supernatural. When the Campbell family moves to upstate Connecticut, they soon learn that their charming Victorian home has a disturbing history: not only was the house a transformed funeral parlor where inconceivable acts occurred, but the owner’s clairvoyant son Jonah served as a demonic messenger, providing a gateway for spiritual entities to crossover.

Now unspeakable terror awaits, when Jonah, the boy who communicated with the powerful dark forces of the supernatural, returns to unleash a new kind of horror on the innocent and unsuspecting family.

Adventureland Movie Posters

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

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Release date: Friday March 27, 2009
Genre: Comedy
Director: Greg Mottola
Studio: Miramax Films
Screenplay: Greg Mottola
Producer(s): Anne Carey, Sidney Kimmel, Ted Hope
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Ryan Reynolds, Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig, Martin Starr
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Rating: R for langage, drug use and sexual references
Runtime: 1 hour 46 minutes
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It’s the summer of 1987, and James Brennan (Jesse Eisenberg), an uptight recent college grad, can’t wait to embark on his dream tour of Europe. But when his parents (Wendie Malick and Jack Gilpin) announce they can no longer subsidize his trip, James has little choice but to take a lowly job at a local amusement park. Forget about German beer, world-famous museums and cute French girls-James’ summer will now be populated by belligerent dads, stuffed pandas, and screaming kids high on cotton candy. Lucky for James, what should have been his worst summer ever turns into quite an adventure as he discovers love in the most unlikely place with his captivating co-worker Em (Kristen Stewart), and learns to loosen up.

The film stars Jesse Eisenberg (“The Squid and the Whale”), Kristen Stewart (“Twilight, “Into the Wild”), Ryan Reynolds (“Just Friends,” “Van Wilder”), Martin Starr (“Knocked Up,” “Superbad”), and “Saturday Night Live” cast members Kristen Wiig (“Knocked Up”) and Bill Hader (“Superbad,” “Tropic Thunder”).

Greg Mottola, fresh off the hit film “Superbad,” is directing his script drawn from his own job-from-hell experience. Ted Hope and Anne Carey of This is that corporation (“The Savages,” “Nothing is Private”) are producing, along with Sidney Kimmel of Sidney Kimmel Entertainment. Executive producers are William Horberg and Bruce Toll.

The creative team includes director of photography Terry Stacey (“The Nanny Diaries,” “Dexter”), production designer Stephen Beatrice (“Then She Found Me,” “Sherrybaby”), costume designer Melissa Toth (“No Reservations,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”), and editor Anne McCabe (“Maria Full of Grace,” “You Can Count on Me”).

X-Men Origins: Wolverine Trailer Commentary

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

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Check out the X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer commentary.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine Trailer – Trailer #2

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009

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Check out this wicked X-men Origins: Wolverine trailer. Enjoy!

Movie Review: The Watchmen

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

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“The Watchmen” gets rave reviews from Catharine Monk at

Despite a double pretzel of a plot, a heavy running time and a sprawling cast of characters who each get their moment in the spotlight, this Zack Snyder adaptation of the Hugo Award-winning Watchmen graphic novel series is entirely entertaining – as well as intellectually stimulating.

They said it was unfilmable – and whoever “they” were, “they” were right.

A thickly layered graphic novel that moves back and forth through time to challenge our current assumptions about everything from the laws of physics to the moral boundaries separating right from wrong, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’s landmark Watchmen series has so many backstories, characters, conflicts and intricate emotional dilemmas, a cogent screen adaptation seemed highly unlikely, if not outside the realm of the possible.

But there it is. Undeniably, skilfully and wholeheartedly realized by Zack Snyder, the impossible now exists: Watchmen isn’t just a movie, it’s a great movie.

Though a hair on the long side at 161 minutes, Snyder’s film pulls you in from the moment the opening credits seize the screen to the rasping strains of Bob Dylan.

Snyder establishes an alternate universe through a carefully constructed montage that introduces us to The Minutemen, a ragtag group of costumed humans who came together in the 1940s to combat crime, and stay on top of the nascent nuclear threat.

By the 1980s, when this movie takes place, The Minutemen have morphed into The Watchmen – a group that includes Nite Owl (Patrick Wilson), Ozymandias (Matthew Goode), Silk Spectre (Malin Akerman), Comedian (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Rorschach (Jackie Earle Haley) and the only “superhuman” of the bunch, Dr. Manhattan (Billy Crudup), a nuclear scientist who was transformed into a walking illustration of quantum mechanics in an unfortunate accident.

In this understanding of reality, the Cold War continues, Nixon is entering his third term in office and Dr. Manhattan is considered the world’s primary nuclear deterrent because, as pure energy, he can move through time and space and presumably change the outcome of human actions.

The only problem is: What happens when your nuclear deterrent and central superhero undergoes a profound existential crisis?

Dr. Manhattan once loved Laurie Jupiter/ Silk Spectre, but now that he can see strands of energy and unlock the secrets of the universe, corporeal love with a human feels entirely inconsequential. To think things through, he heads off for some serious alone-time on Mars, but while he takes leave of the planet, another potent force threatens to unleash nuclear Armageddon – and without Dr. Manhattan speaking to the cameras affirming his loyalty to God and Country, he’s immediately suspected as a traitor.

As far as typical superhero plots go, Watchmen does offer up villains and heroes, as well as a dramatic thread concerning the ultimate struggle for world domination.

But that’s where Watchmen’s genre markers end, because this Hugo Award-winning piece of graphic literature isn’t really all that concerned with the surface elements of plot, and how the alleged good guys stop the supposed bad guys.

Watchmen is obsessed with inner conflict and the base face of human nature.

Using the comic book form and its convenient concept of masks and costumes to manifest different sides of the human character, the movie explores the essence of 20th century literary angst.

Offering a nod to everything from modern psychoanalysis in the ambiguous character of Rorschach, to the Nietzschean concept of Superman via Dr. Manhattan, Watchmen has all the intellectual sophistication of a graduate thesis, but it also has a killer sense of fun.

Thanks to Snyder’s near-hallucinogenic visuals that revel in smart details and pay homage to everything from Dr. Strangelove to Apocalypse Now, Watchmen is a lot of fun to take in – even when it’s almost impossible to follow.

The frames are laced with inviting textures, the plot bristles with prickly satire and the actors find a way to sell the whole ball of latex by gravitating to the ambient pathos in every scene.

The brief encounters with sex and full-frontal male nudity don’t hurt the entertainment factor, either. Better yet, they don’t destroy the feel of the film or come off as gratuitously oily, or gratuitously sexist.

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I Love You Man Movie Posters

Friday, March 6th, 2009

I Love You Man DS 1 Sheet Movie Poster - Style A

Release date: Friday March 20, 2009
Genre: Comedy
Director: John Hamburg
Studio: DreamWorks Pictures
Screenplay: John Hamburg
Producer(s): Donald DeLine, John Hamberg
Cast: Paul Rudd, Jason Segal, Rashida Jones, Jon Favreau, Jaime Pressly
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Rating: R for pervasive language, including crude and sexual references
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In “I Love You, Man,” a comedy from John Hamburg, Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) is a successful real estate agent who, upon getting engaged to the woman of his dreams, Zooey (Rashida Jones), discovers, to his dismay and chagrin, that he has no male friend close enough to serve as his Best Man. Peter immediately sets out to rectify the situation, embarking on a series of bizarre and awkward “man-dates,” before meeting Sydney Fife (Jason Segel), a charming, opinionated man with whom he instantly bonds. But the closer the two men get, the more Peter’s relationship with Zooey suffers, ultimately forcing him to choose between his fiancée and his new found “bro” in a story that comically explores what it truly means to be a “friend.”

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