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Imagine the movie Home Alone, but instead of the Wet Bandits trying to break into your house, it’s a group of animal-mask-wearing killers.
I have never been so upset and annoyed with a film until I watched “The Host.” And mind you, I watch bad movies with friends for entertainment.
The comic book film certainly doesn’t breathe any new life into the buddy-cop genre, but manages to maintain a pulse with its action.
Five years after it was filmed and three years after it was released overseas, this lackluster thriller has made its way to U.S. stores.
If you haven’t heard, it’s kind of a big deal. The first official trailer for “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” has been released.
It’s not too often that I’m blown away with the beauty of a film trailer, and it’s even rarer that I don’t end up disappointed. Thankfully, “Man of Steel” lived up to every facet of my visual expectations.
From con man to ruler, “Oz the Great and Powerful” tells the story of a man who goes from being a small-time touring magician to becoming the Wizard who one day helps Dorothy Gale return back to Kansas.
Idealistic is perhaps the best word to describe the HBO political drama that takes audiences inside the workings of a fictitious newsroom.
The drama is an American adaptation of a Dutch series and follows a widow as she dives into the family business of organized crime, searching for her husband’s killer.
Tickets go on sale Friday for Northern California’s biggest summer rock festival slated to shake Discovery Park in September.
If “Perception” seems like something you’ve seen before, it’s because you have in the form of other television shows.