Tag Archives: movies

Sesame Street: The Hungry Games

“May the cookies be ever in your flavor.”

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TRAILER: Noah

Yet another bible movie.

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TRAILER: Heaven Is For Real

Oy vey.

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TRAILER: Squared

From the director’s Facebook page, via HuffPo: From my dating experiences, I was bothered when guys called me their “Geisha” and other derogatory terms. I also often hear people ask gay couples, “Who’s the woman in the relationship?” and point to the Asian guy. Society often objectifies Asians, especially gay Asians, and view them as submissive, feminine, and passive.

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Internet Killed The Video Store

As CNN puts it, your Blockbuster late fees are now waived. On Wednesday, DISH Network, which purchased Blockbuster in 2011, announced it was closing the chain’s 300 remaining U.S.-based retail stores, as well as its distribution centers. “Consumer demand is clearly moving to digital distribution of video entertainment,” said DISH president and CEO Joseph P. Clayton in the press release ...

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TRAILER: Sing Over Me

Clip recap: The trailer shows Christian singer-songwriter Dennis Jernigan as he shares about his lifelong struggle with same-sex attraction and the redemption he’s found in Christ. Despite Dennis’s notoriety as a musician (he penned “You Are My All in All” among many other world-renowned worship songs), this is the first time he has spoken in-depth about his homosexual past and, ...

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Quote Of The Day – Orson Scott Card

“I’ve had no criticism. I’ve had savage, lying, deceptive personal attacks, but no actual criticism because they’ve never addressed any of my actual ideas. Character assassination seems to be the only political method that is in use today, and I don’t play that game, and you can’t defend against it. All you can do is try to offer ideas, and ...

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TRAILER: X-Men: Days Of Future Past

Trailer recap: The ultimate X-Men ensemble fights a war for the survival of the species across two time periods in X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST. The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past — to save our future. 4M views ...

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Today’s Google Doodle: Edith Head

Edith Head was born 116 years ago today. She won eight Oscars for costume design.

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Frothy Mix: Satan Runs The Film Industry

“This is a tough business, this is something that we’re stepping out, and the Devil for a long, long time has had this, these screens, for his playground and he isn’t going to give it up easily. And so I ask for your prayers for me, for our company, for TBN, for everybody involved in The Christmas Candle. And I ...

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Tired Old Queen at the Movies #120

Clip recap: THE BLUE DAHLIA (1946) In their third noir together, the romantic team of Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake unravel a murder mystery in George Marshall’s “The Blue Dahlia” (1946). Raymond Chandler’s only original screenplay is set in LA near the end of the war. Ladd plays a returning veteran, with a faithless wife, who’s murdered, leaving him to ...

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TRAILER: Hercules

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Lady Gaga – Aura

Also an ad for Machete Kills.

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Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise

Sneaky ad for the Carrie remake. 3.7M views in one day.

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TRAILER: American Jesus

Opening this week at the Woodstock Film Festival. Source.

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Cameron Flick Grosses $2M In One Night

Kirk Cameron’s new movie asks (and presumably answers) why God kills the fuck out of millions of people every year even though he loves them so fucking much. Here’s how things went when the movie debuted this week. Kirk Cameron’s latest independently financed faith-based film, Unstoppable — which ran on 700 screens Tuesday as part of a one-night live event ...

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Size Comparisons Of Sci-Fi Spaceships

Source. Huge version. I actually recognize about 20 of these.

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Madonna – Secret Project Revolution

After months of snippets and teasers, it’s finally out. The Toronto Star reviews: The film, co-created with Steven Klein, runs 17 minutes and features Madonna playing both a prisoner and a jailer (and sometimes looking like Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS) being thrown into a cell, then shooting fellow decoratively draped prisoners. There’s some beautiful dancing and it’s all ...

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Daniel Radcliffe: I Won’t Play Freddie

“There is no truth to it at all. It’s one of those very, very funny things: it came out of a story in the Daily Star and then you see newspapers like The Guardian using The Star as their source, and it grows and grows [until] it’s ‘Dan Radcliffe is playing Freddie Mercury!’, which I was never going to do. ...

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TRAILER: Don Hemingway

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