New Releases: November 24

November 23, 2010

1. Tangled (Disney, 3,603 Theaters, 100 Minutes, Rated PG): Ah, Thanksgiving! The time of year where we reunite with our families, immediately get sick of them and then go out and see a movie. Four [click for more]

New Releases – September 3

September 2, 2010

1. Going The Distance (Warner Brothers, 3,030 Theaters, 109 Minutes, Rated R): As someone who has gone through a long distance relationship, I can tell you there is humor and interesting moments. My distance was a [click for more]

New Releases: July 23

July 22, 2010

1. Salt (Sony/Columbia, 3,612 Theaters, 100 Minutes, Rated PG-13): The one fact I know about this film is that Tom Cruise passed on it to make Knight & Day, thinking this role was too close [click for more]

New Releases: July 9

July 8, 2010

1. Despicable Me (Universal, 3, 474 Theaters, 95 Minutes, Rated PG): For the longest time, I had no idea what this film was about. Every poster I saw had those minion things on it and [click for more]

New Releases: June 11

June 11, 2010

1. The Karate Kid (Sony/Columbia, 3,663 Theaters, 126 Minutes, Rated PG): This week has gotten a lot of chatter because it features two iconic 1980s properties remade for the new millennium. But while some might [click for more]

New Releases: June 4

June 3, 2010

1. Marmaduke (Fox, 3,213 Theaters, 87 Minutes, Rated PG): Okay, I am not what you call a fan of the  Marmaduke comic strip. The only enjoyment I get from it is reading Josh over at [click for more]

New Releases: April 9

April 8, 2010

1. Date Night (Fox, 3,374 Theaters, 88 Minutes, Rated PG-13): Yay! A weekend with only one movie! it’s like a holiday! Yay! I don’t know about you, but you had me at “Steve Carell and [click for more]

New Releases: March 19

March 19, 2010

1. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid (FOX, 3,077 Theaters, 120 Minutes, Rated PG): When I looked towards 2010 as a fan of the comic book movie, I thought it would be a rather light year. Too [click for more]

New Releases: February 12

February 11, 2010

1. Valentine’s Day (Warner Brothers, 3,665 Theaters, 125 Minutes, Rated PG-13): When viewing the ads for this film, you are struck by the magnitude of the cast. But, just to put it into perspective, here [click for more]

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