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Trailer For 2012 Academy Awards Features Several Stars
This promotional video features several fairly recognizable movie stars on a quest to find "The Host"...all in an effort to promote the fact that Billy Crystal is once again hosting the 84th Academy Awards. Is it enough to make me watch the show? Nope...don't think so.
Netflix Customers Upset About Drastic Price Hikes
DVD-by-mail and digital streaming service Netflix has announced a new pricing structure, and its customers are doing the metaphorical version of booing and throwing popcorn at the screen.
People who currently pay $10 for one DVD per month plus unlimited digital streaming will see rates jump to $16, …
8 Great Summer Vacation Movies [VIDEOS]
While summer doesn't officially start until June 21, Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning to the hottest season at the movies.
Summer loses some of its meaning when you're an adult, since it no longer comes with a moths-long break from the grind.
Nevertheless, we can all still enjoy a…
Memorial Day Weekend Movie Guide
Since we can’t spend the entire Memorial Day weekend barbecuing, many Americans observe the day by hopping over to the local cinema to take in a blockbuster movie and some free air conditioning.
Al Pacino Back in the Mob in ‘Gotti: Three Generations’
Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino will return to his on-screen mob roots in the much-talked about 'Gotti: Three Generations,' a biopic about infamous mobster John Gotti.
According to EW.com, Pacino will play Aniello John 'Mr. Neil' Dellacroce, consigliere to Carlo Gambino. He'll join the previously cast …
Story At The Movies: FAST FIVE
The most popular movie on planet Earth right now stars Vin Diesel and Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson. Somehow I knew Diesel was gonna be huge when I saw him in "Pitch Black" many years ago, and said so publicly. Always be careful what you wish for, kids. It's called "…
Story At The Movies: RIO
"Rio!" "Rio by the sea-o!" Yes, were talking the Rio in Brazil, the one that Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers danced through in "Flying Down to Rio" 'way back in the 1930s.

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