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‘I Am Chris Farley’ does what the title implies and gives a narrative on the life of the incomparable funny man that took his leave from life far too early. Virgil Films has set a July 27 limited debut in Chicago where the Wisconsin native burst onto the comedic front with the renowned Second City Theater. July 31 is the overall theatrical release date for New York and Los Angeles audiences with an August 10 televised premiere on Spike TV, followed by VOD the next day.

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If you’re a Trekkie and paid attention to director Justin Lin’s Twitter feed today, you would see what I’m about to tell you. Lin gave us the new title for the third film in the rebooted franchise. ‘Star Trek Beyond‘. I wonder if the incredibly retro looking patch is going to win over any of the haters that torched the last film, in particular, ‘Star Trek Into Darkness‘ because of how much it felt different to the series it’s based on among other reasons.

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If you’re a faithful watcher of ‘House of Cards‘ on Netflix, there’s a new face in town, and it’s a face that has some TV experience, too. Six seasons of experience on ‘Party of Five‘ as Julia Salinger, Neve Campbell. She will be a new series regular which makes the biggest commitment Campbell has agreed to in years.

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Steven Spielberg’sMinority Report‘ is a little more than 10 years old but the storyline is being expanded upon by Fox. The original film saw crime as a future event and were able to arrest the criminals responsible before they carried out the heinous crimes and the TV series is setting itself ten years after the end of Precrime in Washington, D.C. and one of the three Pre-Cogs is struggling to lead a normal life, but is always haunted by the never-ending visions of the future.

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Film Review: ‘Terminator Genisys’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 30th, 2015

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The year is 2015 and we have our fifth ‘Terminator‘ film, titled ‘Terminator Genisys‘ or simply ‘Terminator 5‘. I’m going to start by saying that there should NOT be another ‘Terminator‘ film made unless James Cameron returns to write and direct it. There have been three ‘Terminator‘ movies since ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day‘, all of which were made by people other than James Cameron. How did they turn out? Let’s just say they were less than stellar.

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I don’t know how this film sailed past my radar with my love of all things organized crime, but I’m making amends now. Tom Hardy is pulling double duty playing two lead roles in ‘Legend‘, telling the story of the Kray twins, pioneers of organized crime in London’s East End beginning in the 1950’s.

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Oh, Potter-heads do we have something awesome being sent down from Queen Rowling, personally! It’s not a new book like we all dream of, as our house-elves tuck us in each night. It’s not a new movie, which we can all agree, even Grawp, that they don’t hold a candle to the novels anyway, so that’s ok. What we will have is a play titled ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child‘ and it will open in London’s West End next year.

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My breath caught in my chest until I finished reading the release, but it seems there is a ‘Top Gun‘ sequel in the works! Not hoping or wishing for it to exist, this IS my final answer and I’ll take sequels for 600, Alex, real life Skydance CEO David Ellison confirmed it. I think it’s a pretty solid source and am beginning to feel the need, the need for…a new tagline.

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The news we broke two weeks ago about Neil Gaiman’s ‘American Gods’ was the tip of the iceberg as there is new information to kvell over. If you’re unfamiliar with the original news, read my report here then join us in our new excitement!

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Nomads‘ was director John McTiernan’s freshman directorial effort. He would take what he learned from this film and employ it in a handful of films from the years surrounding the 1990’s that make up a few quintessential examples of film from that decade, not to mention one of the must-watch movies of the Christmas season. ‘Predator‘, ‘Die Hard‘, ‘The Hunt For Red October’, ‘Last Action Hero‘, ‘Die Hard With A Vengeance‘ and ‘The 13th Warrior‘ are among his noted resume. You caught the Christmas movie in there didn’t you? 1988’s ‘Die Hard‘ happily finds itself in the playlist on my home DVD player between ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation‘ and ‘A Christmas Story‘.

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Sometimes, America can surprise us still. This historic day marks that gay marriage is legal in every state in our nation. It’s about damn time. The supreme court ruled today that the marriage ban was unconstitutional, and that all humans, no matter what preference, have the right to marry the people they love. What a fantastic day. If you feel like celebrating with some movies, here are a few suggestions.

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Film Review: ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 26th, 2015

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This is a tough one.  I’m guessing this falls into the genre of historical fiction.  Director/Writer Andrea Di Stefano created this story out of a short phrase he heard once.  “This kid got involved with the Escobar family and got into some trouble.”  From this small excerpt, Di Stefano drafted a tale of a young Candaian, Nick, (Josh Hutcherson) who gets romantically involved with one of Pablo Escobar’s nieces and becomes a member of “the family.”

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Film Review: ‘Max’!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 26th, 2015

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Bye Lassie…Bye Benji…Bye to my childhood doggie heroes.  There’s a new action star in town.  Max (Carlos) is the cleverest doggie hero ever.  A Belgian Malinois, Max, is also a Marine service dog.  Finally a film is brought that brings sincere tribute to the heroism and struggles these beautiful yet fierce animals endure.  Max opens in a desert terrain shot as from Max’s point of view.  As Max searches out the village the camera for insurgents and a weapons stash.  Max is highly adept to weapons’ discovery and of course successful in warning his team of Marines of insurgents.  Kyle (Robbie Amell) is Max’s handler.  The two are inseparable. 

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Emma Watson Joins Tom Hanks On ‘The Circle’!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Jun 25th, 2015

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Dave Eggers, the scriptwriter and novelist that shares 2nd place of an IFJA Award with Spike Jonze for the script of ‘Where The Wild Things Are‘ has a few pieces of literature he authored that are being retooled for the big screen. Among the titles are ‘Zeitoun‘, ‘A Hologram For The King‘, and ‘The Circle‘. There is one thing Hologram and The Circle have in common besides the same writer and that’s mega-star, Tom Hanks.

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To Live and Die in L.A.’ from 1985 has a certain cult following that no doubt popped a pup tent when they heard the news that writer and director William Friedkin has worked a deal to bring the film to the small screen. In what became a competitive situation, WGN America landed the drama adaptation with the Oscar winning director.

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Film Review: ‘Felt’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 25th, 2015

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Rape. Rape is a terrible word, a terrible concept, a terrible experience. Just talking about it can make people of all walks of life extremely uncomfortable. It is shown in films to paint antagonists in the most horrible of lights. So, it comes as no surprise that an entire film devoted to the emotional and mental effects of the victim is, to put it lightly, difficult to watch. As it turns out, it is equally as difficult to film. What should be a poignant and gripping tale of life after, turns into a horrible (emphasis on the horror) and jumbled mess of a film trapped in itself.

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Film Review: ‘Ted 2’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 25th, 2015

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Who would have thought that Seth MacFarlane’s (creator of ‘Family Guy‘) first feature film about a pot-smoking foul-mouthed teddy bear would have made over $550 million at the box office back in 2012? I certainly didn’t expect it, but it’s the sole reason why we have the sequel to ‘Ted‘, simply titled ‘Ted 2‘. I’ll be honest with you. Macfarlane did a fantastic job with the first film, making an ‘R’ rated comedy with heart and enough laughs that are still memorable today. He even threw in some great cameos and nods to pop culture references, much like ‘Family Guy‘ does.

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After the more than $1.5 billion the film made worldwide at the box office, the film behind it all, ‘Furious 7‘ is coming to Blu-ray and DVD and On Demand, September 15, 2015.

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In series news from CBS, ‘Sneaky Pete‘ hasn’t quite got what the network wants in a regular program and has turned down the drama pilot that comes from two notable men in Hollywood, co-writers and executive producers Bryan Cranston and David Shore.

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NBC Drops The Axe on TV’s ‘Hannibal’!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Jun 23rd, 2015

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It looks like NBC is only going to let us get so close to the fictional serial killer, Hannibal Lecter as they’ve canceled Bryan Fuller’s ‘Silence of the Lambs’ prequel, ‘Hannibal‘ after only three seasons. The current season will run its full 13-episode course in the same time slot concluding on August 27. The reason why isn’t merely based on flagging viewer numbers, though, as most shows given the guillotine are guilty of, it’s a rights issue.

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