New Releases: July 30

July 29, 2010

1. Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (Warner Brothers, 3,705 Theaters, 82 Minutes, Rated PG): The conceit behind this franchise is that dogs and cats have been waging a secret war behind their [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 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: May 21

May 20, 2010

1. Shrek Forever After  (Paramount/Dreamworks, 4,359 Theaters, 93 Minutes, Rated PG): The Shrek franchise is one of the highest grossing ones of all time. The voice actors do minimal work yet it most likely is [click for more]

New Releases: May 14

May 14, 2010

1. Robin Hood (Universal, 3,503 Theaters, 140 Minutes, Rated PG-13): This film could have been so much better. You can’t often say that sort of thing before you even see the film, but in this [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: March 12

March 11, 2010

1. Green Zone (Universal, 3,003 Theaters, 115 Minutes, Rated R): The director of the Bourne  films and the star of the Bourne films means this essentially a Bourne film, right? Not exactly. Matt Damon plays [click for more]

New Releases: January 8

January 8, 2010

1.Daybreakers (Lionsgate, 2,523 Theaters, 98 Minutes, Rated R): Vampires are all the rage these days, but only the ones that sparkle and pitch woo to bad actresses. Let see how a more aggressive vampire does [click for more]

New Releases- December 25

December 24, 2009

1. Sherlock Holmes (Warner Brothers, @3,600 Theaters, 128 Minutes, Rated PG-13): When Guy Ritchie was announced as the director of this film, you had to know that this wouldn’t be your father’s Sherlock Holmes. Of [click for more]

New Releases: November 6

November 6, 2009

1. A Christmas Carol (Disney, 3,683 Theaters, 96 Minutes, Rated PG): One has to ask, do we really need another A Christmas Carol adaptation? Even one done in that spooky motion capture animation that Robert [click for more]

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