I was surfing the web and came across a couple trailers that I thought were absolutely insane. Most of these links go to the Apple pages, because I’m lazy and didn’t feel like mixing it up. Furry Vengeance – Somehow, this got produced. And Brendan Fraser thought it’d be a good idea to follow in […]

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By the Numbers, Jan. 8-10

Avatar continued its run at number 1 with 48 million dollars, and Sherlock Holmes & Alvin and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Squeakquel continued their respective runs at Nos. 2 and 3 with numbers in the $16 million range. This means that, once again, Avatar eclipsed its competition by over $20 million for […]

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By the Numbers, Jan 1st-3rd

Hoo-boy. Avatar sure did flex its nut this weekend bringing in 68 million in its third weekend–a number that topped the previous 3rd weekend record holder (Spiderman #1) by over $20 million (The Dark Knight made just shy of $43 million during its third weekend). That means that it eclipsed the $300 million mark on […]

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Best Movies, 2009, Pt. 2

6) Away we Go: Both funny and heartwarming, this film about two 30-somethings is hilarious and heartbreaking at the same time. Many reviewers considered the main characters to be smug and condescending, but I really found them to be likeable (maybe I’m smug and condescending?–probably.), and the people that surround them (save her sister) to […]

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Best Movies, 2009

Well. I saw close to 60 new releases this year, most thanks to working at the movie theater. However, since the theater I work at is one of four in Humboldt County–a place seemingly devoid of truly independent features–I have mostly only seen mainstream and fringe mainstream films. Not to say this is a bad […]

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