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2011 was a mixed bag for movies, but most film fanatics would say it was yet another down year filled with misses rather than hits. Taking a look at our list of Most Anticipated Movies, there were only a handful that met or exceeded expectations. We can't completely write off '11 yet, as many of the best films release in December. But after seeing this supercut from YouTube user 'hatinhand', you'd think 2011 was unbelievably awesome. It took the user over a month of uploading and editing 166 films and 6 songs. There were plenty of omissions, but most of 'em sucked, so no one's getting teary-eyed over it. Check out the year in film in about 7-8 minutes after the jump.
Last year's list of most anticipated movies of 2011 had a healthy combination of hits and misses - The Hangover 2, Cowboys & Aliens, Green Lantern, and The Rum Diary proved the expression "don't believe the hype" while other movies like Rise of the Planet of the Apes far surpassed expectations much to the chagrin (yeah, I said it) of cranky commenters. So, which movies releasing in 2012 are dudes most looking forward to? Well, don't expect much different from Hollywood - they're sticking to their arsenal of sequels, prequels, superheroes, reboots, and re-envisionings of classic fairy tales. That doesn't mean we're any less pumped to see the following 30 flicks. Check 'em out and sound off in the comments after the jump.
Sometimes, even Hollywood has to check itself for being too racy or steamy. The MPAA replaced the X-rating with NC-17 (No Children Under 17 Admitted) in 1990 for this reason. With a Rated R movie, you can get into the theaters with your parents or the homeless guy you paid $10 - not so with an NC-17 movie. If you were too young to see these films when they were released in theaters, I've got some homework for you. They're not only really good, but 'visually stimulating.' Check out our list after the jump.
The Grand Theft Auto series of games are works of art, with high quality story, writing, design and acting. The Saints Row games are but shallow, shameless imitators. But Saints Row also lets you spray people with sh!t from a giant hose. So we love it. The first Saints Row was a blast, part two was even better, and Saints Row: The Third is coming soon, with preview information recently released. So, what can we except from the murderous Saints gang this time around? Check out our full preview along with HD trailers and ridiculously over the top screenshots after the jump.
Have you ever seen a trailer that you thought was the most epic you've ever seen? Have you thought about a certain movie that could have gone in a different direction than the director intended. Well, if you have a sense of humor and some video editing skills, you can try to make a recut trailer for a movie that already exists. Likely, though, it won't be as good as this list of the 25 greatest recut movie trailers. Enjoy.
What the hell was that about? Have you ever felt this way after watching a movie trailer? Has a movie trailer fooled you into believing that the film you are going to see is heading in a different direction? This happens all the time in Hollywood and you can thank the marketing behind such films. Although some movie trailers mislead you, there are only a few that have done this on an epic level. This movie trailers sold me on the film but left me wishing I never wasted my money. Check 'em out after the jump!
Typically, when you think of summer movies, you conjure up images of big budget superhero flicks laced with explosions and special effects starring mega superstar A-list talent. If you're more than a little sick of seeing the litany of sequels barraging your eyeballs, IndieWIRE released its list of the 20 must-see indie films of Summer 2011 that you might want to check out. After this, you can ask out that hipster environmentalist chick you've been blabbering about. See IndieWIRE's picks after the jump.
With summer quickly approaching, blockbuster movie season is ramping up. Why not explore our favorite part about going to the movies: the trailers. A movie trailer is, simply put, an advertisement for the film to build buzz and attract an audience. The level of interest that spikes from a good trailer can make or break a film. How many times did you decide against a particular movie because of that trailer? Exactly! These are some of the best movie trailers since 2000. I would make sure no one is around you when you watch these, some of them might scare the crap out of you. So grab some popcorn, turn off the lights, and enjoy the show after the jump!
A new trailer for The Hangover: Part II, hit the interwebs today. The plot is pretty much the same but we still expect great things because the new setting is Bangkok. Whereas you might acquire herpes in Vegas (movie's first locale), you're definitely getting AIDS when you visit Bangkok. Vegas has the strip, Bangkok has patpong - their red-light district, which has venues that offer up "girls" to consumers. BEWARE! The area is notorious for its ladyboys, so we're going to test your d*ck-detecting skills with this photo gallery of Bangkok "babes". Dude or Chick? You decide.
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No Strings Attached scored the #1 slut... slot at the box office, bedding about $19 million to sexile The Green Hornet. The Way Back averaged under $2k per screen to net $1.2 mil and The Company Men collected more than $6k per screen on only 106 engagements. This week's entries feature Jay Stay fixin' problems, a possessed Anthony Hopkins who may be into Fox News, a biutiful single dad, and a couple of spoiled sisters who lose their line of credit. Screw the Pro Bowl, NHL All-Star Game, and the Winter X-Games and get righteous with these movie previews.
The Green Hornet beat out The Dilemma at the box office over MLK weekend with nearly twice the revenue, $40 mil to $20 mil. January's a tough month for theatrical releases; it's a timeframe where studios dump their less than stellar projects and productions with modest to low expectations. For The Green Hornet to perform like it did is a surprise. This week's new entries feature casual sex, unemployment, hired help, and the long road to freedom. Check our preview of this week's new releases after the jump!
True Grit finally supplanted Little Martha Fockers at the top spot of the B.O. last week, taking in $14 million. New entry Season of the Witch reeled in $10 million at the #3 spot while Country Strong expanded by around 1,400 theaters and hauled in $7.3 mil in the #6 slot. What can we say, people prefer fictional witches with mystical powers over real bitches with the menstrual powers. Makes sense. This week's entries feature a difficult moral decision, Seth Rogen as a superhero, and a robot doctor. Put down the confusing horoscope and read on.
Those Little goddam Fockers were #1 at the box office again just beating out Fockers With Guns aka True Grit by a little over $1 million. This week's entries feature Nic Cage as The Witch Transporter, Gwyneth Paltrow as a country singer, and Ryan Gosling as a happy husband, that bastard. Check out our previews of films releasing in theaters this weekend after the jump!
Tron Legacy dominated the competition at the box office last weekend pulling in $44 mil with a healthy per screen average of around $13k. Stealing the #2 spot was mixed live action animation adaptation Yogi bear with $16 mil. How Do You Know a romcom is a bomb? When it comes in 8th with $7 mil on a $120 mil budget. This week's entries feature Rooster Cogburn (greatest name ever), small motherf'ers, big ol' Jack Black, and a Hollywood bad boy. Santa's comin', so make with the reading already.
Last weekend Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader took the crown at the box office pulling in $24 mil while the combined firepower of A-listers Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie couldn't push The Tourist to crack $20 mil. Meanwhile The Fighter pulled in close to a $75,000 per screen average from 4 engagements. Black Swan is like the Black Hole of cinema, expanding rapidly. This week's entries include an aging love triangle, a talking, stealing bear, platonic parents, and the return of Tron!
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 89 barely edged out the animated Rapunzel flick Tangled by a less than $350k. Burlesque took the fourth spot with $11 mil while boner rom com Love and Other Drugs was stronger than Faster. This week's entries feature the best ballerina on ballerina kiss in the history of lesbianism, ninjas battling cowboys, a gay conman, Black Panthers, the afterlife, psycho yuppies, and Santy Claus. Anyone else watching the Scrooged marathon on AMC? Awesome, right? Read this first, though.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 murdered the competition last weekend, summoning more than $125 million from the depths of America's bank accounts with an average of $30k per screen. It was the all-time sixth biggest-grossing opening weekend and a new franchise high. The Next Three Days might not see another three days after opening in the 5th position with only $6.5 million.
Megamind was mega moneymaker again at the box office, pulling in $29 mil to put a stop to Unstoppable, which ran away with $22 mil. Skyline made back its budget in its debut weekend while Morning Glory has a ways to go to clear that $40 mil budget. This week's entries are few and far between due to Harry Potter. However, if you prefer fiery redheads and homicidal blondes over magical kids molesting their wands, you're in luck.
The Social Network out-friended Life As We Know It last weekend pulling in $15 mil. This week features pranksters, seniors, overachievers, crime families, insecure dudes, and black Presidents who want to rob you blind! Happy Boss Day, you're FIRED! Now, you can read our previews.
This week's entries feature an antsy prisoner, ungodly godparents, John Lennon, crazy love, dumb teenagers, female empowerment, pimps, hos, and a writer you might not want to rape. So, stop working on that super secret PowerPoint and read these previews, Karen!
This weekend's entries feature a social network, a social worker, a socially awkward vampire child, douchebags, lack of ballbags, hatchet wounds, chain letters, and number crunchers. Now quit livestreaming your gay roommate's sexual jaunts and "poke" this preview column...
The holiday weekend saw audiences doing serious labor away from the movie theaters as the top earner only pulled in around $16 mil. The American outdueled Machete while Going The Distance only made it up halfway up Gross Box Office Mountain. This week's entries feature umbrella corporations, dwarves, suicide, high school wrestling, and hip hop all-star Joaquin Phoenix. Put away the coke and snort these previews, homey!
After initial estimates crowned "The Last Exorcism" as king of last weekend's box office, the final tally showed "Takers" edged out the "get out of my daughter, Devil" thriller. By the way, CRAZY ending in TLE. Hopefully, you've avoided all spoiler alerts. I didn't. Frowny face. This week's entries feature big ass knives, long distance relationships, international espionage, chicks basketball, vampires, dogs, jailbait, Chinese trains, and 9/11. We're holding your eyeballs hostage until The Discovery Channel starts airing some earth-friendly programming!
Vampires Suck surprisingly didn't suck at the box office, sucking its way to numero dos. Proof yet again that America can't get enough of Twilight even when it's mocked for 90 minutes straight. Lottery Ticket didn't really hit the jackpot but still beat out Piranha 3D, which WILL HAVE A SEQUEL despite coming in at #6. I don't think that's ever happened in the history of flesh-eating fish pics. Nanny McFartface banged her way to the eight slot right under The Switch.