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Audiences Everywhere’s Fall Movie Preview

Introduction Yesterday, we announced the official end of Summer Movie season with Diego Crespo’s Summer Recap.  Today, we’re pulling the team together and welcoming the transition into Autumn with our collection of bold film predictions for the rest of 2014. David Shreve, Jr. Prediction for Best Movie:  Birdman, Release Date: Oct 17, 2014 Alejandro González Iñárritu’s first four films– Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Babel, and Biutiful— have all been brutal opuses of human tragedy, movies so unrelentingly heartbreaking and draining that Steve McQueen wouldn’t be able to view any two of them in quick succession.  However, each of those...

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What is the Best Movie Trailer of All Time?

Introduction So after the tornado of hype that took shape after the release of the most recent Interstellar trailer, a conversation was sparked amongst our staff.  Where did Interstellar‘s new preview rank amongst the greatest trailers of all time? And what was the singular greatest trailer of all time? Turns out, we all had our own ideas and we wanted to include you in the discussion.  The selections are listed below, in no particular order.  Feel free to submit your vote in the comment section. David Shreve – Zero Dark Thirty Somewhere between the pre-production and release of Zero...

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Mid-Year Recap: The Best and Worst Movies of 2014 So Far

Beth Reynolds’ Picks Best of the Year 5. Noah – Aronofsky’s epic Biblical tale remains one of the most ambitious films of the year so far. Russell Crowe brings his usual intense if not slightly unhinged emotion to the role of Noah, lending a sympathetic yet tortured quality to the movie’s namesake character. 4. 22 Jump Street – I’d like to think I have a great sense of humor, but it takes a lot to make me laugh out loud in the theater.  This movie managed to elicit full on belly laughs from me through its entire running time. 3. Veronica Mars –...

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