Dec/2019

Hey guys, Jana here,

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If you’re mourning the loss of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, (and who isn’t?), HBO has a timely documentary, ‘Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds‘ bowing on the network Saturday, January 7.  The project has gained critical acclaim at many film festivals, including the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the Telluride Film Festival and the New York Film Festival.

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Get To LA For A ‘Carrie’ Prom Themed Fundraiser!!!

by Red Zeppelbon on Sep 14th, 2016

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It’s hard to believe, but ‘Carrie‘ is celebrating 40 years in an epic way. What’s a more apropos way to mark 40 years of a prom-related movie, than with a 1970s prom-themed fan event and fundraiser that combines a screening with a reunion of the cast and crew?!

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Carrie‘ is a fantastic read from the legendary master of chills – Stephen King. The novel has a special distinction for the movie world, it’s the first of King’s works to be adapted to feature film. The beginning of what is still a lucrative and exciting era of movies. Now director Brian DePalma’s spellbinding horror is celebrating it’s 40th anniversary with an all-new collector’s edition from Scream Factory on October 11th, just in time to have a spooky screening for Halloween.

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If your DVD collection is lacking in telekinetic abilities then we have the perfect addition for you in the form of ‘Carrie’ and ‘The Rage: Carrie 2‘ coming to Blu-ray on April 14, 2015.

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Film Review: ‘Carrie’!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 18th, 2013

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Carrie‘ was Stephen King’s first novel that was published to the masses, and it made him a writing sensation. Little did we knew back in the 70s that this mastermind would create some of the most horrific settings and characters known to man. Not to mention some of the best non-horror books around. In dealing with remakes, it’s difficult not to compare to the original, as we have the same story arc and characters. In this case with Kimberly Peirce’s take on King’s novel, nothing seems to be too different than the original other than that we are in present day with mobile phones and computers and a few very minor details. Julianne Moore and Chloe Grace Moretz turn in great performances and give this reboot a bit of flair, but the overall pace and execution of some of the key scenes felt vague and lazy. Being the Halloween season and this being a horror film, I expect decent returns for this weekend only.

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Carrie Fisher Will Play Princess Leia Once Again!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Mar 6th, 2013

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That’s right, folks. Carrie Fisher has just confirmed that she will reprise her role as Princess Leia for J.J. Abrams’ upcoming new ‘Star Wars‘ film. Fisher is now 56 and said that she will be in at least one more ‘Star Wars‘ picture, with the possibility of more. As we previously reported, Harrison Ford, has already signed on to play Han Solo again, and now we are awaiting word for Mark Hamill and Billy Dee Williams to sign contracts as well.

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Hi, Bryan Here….

Here is the first teaser trailer for the remake of ‘Carrie’, based on Stephen King’s novel and starring Chloe Moretz, Julianne Moore, and Judy Greer.  I must say, this teaser looks pretty great and wastes no time getting the point across of how dangerous Carrie really is.  I think Chloe will be amazing in this remake by Kimberly Pierce (‘Boy’s Don’t Cry).

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MGM Offers Iconic ‘Carrie’ Role to Chloe Moretz!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Mar 27th, 2012

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It looks like actress Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass/Hugo) will be taking on the iconic role of ‘Carrie’ in the remake by Kim Pierce.  The decision was made after a group of actresses sat down for a table read and Chloe did so well, they formally offered her the role today.  ‘Carrie’ is a remake of the Brian De Palma version based on the 1974 Stephen King novel of the same name.

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Director, Kimberly Peirce  is currently in talks to helm the remake of Stephen King’s ‘Carrie’ for MGM/Screen Gems.  Peirce directed ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ and ‘Stop Loss’.  ‘Carrie’ is a novel by Stephen King which was turned into a film in the late 1970s starring John Travolta, Amy Irving, Piper Laurie, and Sissy Spacek as Carrie.  ‘Carrie’ tells the story of a teenage girl with telekinetic powers who when is bullied to far at her prom, she wreaks havoc with her powers on her fellow students.

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‘Joker’ – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Oct 2nd, 2019

‘Joker’ is the best comic book character study ever made.

Todd Phillips is several oceans removed from his usual comedy escapades (The Hangover trilogy) with his brutally dark, yet brilliant film ‘Joker‘. Those of you who are not particularly fond of the comic book genre these days will still find something amazing in this DC universe that takes place in the 1980s. Joaquin Phoenix gives an unparalleled performance as the titular psychopath with a smile like you’ve never seen him before in pages or on-screen. It’s really something to behold, but then again, Phoenix is always magnificent. The real star of the film is director Todd Phillips himself, who for the first time showed that he can hang with the likes of Martin Scorsese, Brian De Palma, and Francis Ford Coppola, delivering a picture-perfect account on Joker.

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The Lion King (2019) – Film Review

by Gumbercules9000 on Jul 19th, 2019

“The Lion King is a soulless remake of the original.”

The Lion King is a soulless remake of the original that is beautiful to look at but (mostly) lacks any charm of the animated classic. In order to even properly discuss this movie one has to acknowledge that all of these Disney remakes are completely unnecessary cash grabs by Disney. I don’t care about that aspect to be honest. They are a business, and businesses need to make money. However, you can’t have a conversation about the substance of the movie if all you do is say how these “live action” remakes are pointless the whole time so I wanted to get that out of the way up front.

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Film Review: ‘Men in Black: International’!!

by Janet White on Jun 24th, 2019

Hello Everyone, Janet W. here…

From the mind of Lowell Cunningham, creator of the strangest host of characters fighting for the protection of Earth comes a new installment of the Men in Black series which has wowed audiences with its creative creatures, mind-blowing tech and a star-studded cast of exceptional caliber (Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Rosario Dawson, etc.) since 1997. In theaters now is the latest sequel to this comedic sci-fi action film, Men in Black: International. Jones, Smith, and the others did not return, but the cast is as stellar as the visual effects. Although Barry Sonnenfeld, director of the first three films, did not come back to bring this story to life, F. Gary Gray did a spectacular job. The audience was thrust into a world that seemed so possible. Men in Black: International is awe-inspiringly shot with unique angles and smooth scene and mechanical transitions throughout.

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Men in Black: International – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 14th, 2019

“MIB: International is completely forgettable fluff that probably should’ve never been made.”

Men In Black: International squanders the incredible chemistry of Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson with a story that feels stuck in the late 90s. Even with the technology of today, every single special effect and set piece feels ripped from a 1999 movie. It is so stale.

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‘Bumblebee: Film Review!!

by Janet White on Dec 22nd, 2018

Hello Everyone, Janet W. here…

B-127 is a film that is centered on one of the most beloved Transformers. Most people love Optimus Prime and a few “special” people love Megatron, however, B-127 is cooler than them both without question. B-127…you know whom that is, right? Bumblebee formerly known B-127 was sent to Earth under the order of Optimus Prime as its protector. Bumblebee landed on Earth and immediately into battle as well. A Decepticon pounced on Bumblebee and robbed him of his voice communications module. One additional hardship befalls Bumblebee as his memory is corrupted and amnesia weighs him down to an infant child. Plot sound familiar? Read the rest of this entry »

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the best animated movie of 2018. It is funny, charming, exciting, and carries an emotional weight I didn’t expect. Even in a year with Incredibles 2Spider-Verse manages to reach higher highs in action and storytelling.

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