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It seems like I'm talking about Spider-Man every other day, so I care a little less every time. But you know what brings me back into the fold? Chris Miller and Phil Lord, the guys who're pretty much involved with every movie...


Oh man, The Little Prince is one of my absolute favorite books, so when I heard they were making a new animated film version, my attention went up. The first trailer, while entirely in French, gave an impressive look at the ...


Avengers: Age of Ultron is almost upon us (and in some parts of the world already is), so it's just about time to start frothing at the mouth over the next big Marvel thing, which happens to be Peyton Reed's Ant-Man. Before a...


Something about the ubiquity of The Simpsons lends itself to some weird post-modern fan creations, such as the popular Bartkira project. Recently, one of the more noteworthy projects has been the independent comic, Die Homer,...


I'm seeing Avengers tomorrow, Star Wars has just had a new trailer, and Fast and Furious 7 has made more money than every country in Scandinavia combined. In this world of blockbuster juggernauts, Jerry Bruckhe...


If you were hankerin' for more LEGO movies, we're getting a huge chunk of them all at once. Since WB's first big animated effort (for its smaller affiliate group), The LEGO Movie, did so well in theaters, we're not only getti...


There are moments of Thank You for Playing that are so painful because the documentary feels so personal. It's about Joel Green, a boy with terminal brain cancer, and how his parents try to cherish the little joys in life whi...


Brad Bird may have gotten his start at Pixar, but the guy is a fantastic action director as Ghost Protocol and The Incredibles showed us, and this new trailer for Tomorrowland demonstrates that the film is taki...


For those who care about the happenings at the Cannes Film Festival, the past few days has been very exciting. Late last week parts of the official program was unveiled, and today the members of the jury has been made pu...


At a certain point in Erik Shirai’s documentary The Birth of Sake, it becomes apparent that the film isn't just about the art of making of sake. This is common in movies that are about making something—food, art, ...






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