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Edward Douglas

February 4, 2012

It was a neck and neck race at the box office as two movies, Fox’s found footage superpowers movie Chronicle and CBS Films’ horror flick The Woman in Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe, each vied for the #1 position over the competition. Early estimates have Chronicle at $ 8.7 million for Friday compared to Woman in

for a good time call1 Five Minutes at Sundance: Watch the For A Good Time Call ... Cast Discuss Their Hilariously Filthy Comedy

Five Minutes at Sundance is exactly that: A five-minute snippet of us on the ground with our trusty flip video recorder, snagging whatever meaty piece of film-related content we can to share with you. Yesterday we stopped by the Gen Art/Bertoli Soup lounge to feast on some delicious free soup and wound up walking in on a lively discussion with the cast, writers and director of… Continue reading Five Minutes at Sundance: Watch the 'For A Good Time Call ...' Cast Discuss Their Hilariously Filthy Comedy

Seasons greetings, TV.com readers! The holiday season is upon us, and on the internet, that can only mean one thing: It’s time to start compiling our various year-end stories and lists.

As of this week, preparations for the fourth annual installment of TV.com’s Top 100 Everything are officially underway; just like last year, we’ll spend the last days of December reliving the most excellent television moments of 2011.

But selecting the 100… Continue reading Call for Submissions: Your Top TV Moments of 2011

Review in a Hurry: Martin Scorsese does a family film? Not exactly. While there’s nothing inappropriate on display, how many of the kids out there do we really think will be excited by a cinematic history lesson about French film pioneer Georges Melies? Answer: only the cool ones… Continue reading Movie Review: Don't Call Hugo a Kids Flick

Review in a Hurry: Good kitty! Puss rides again in this Zorro-esque Shrek spinoff, in which the titular gato searches for magic beans while running from the law. Packed with exciting action, funny cat gags and eye-stabbing 3-D, Puss should claw its way to the top of the… Continue reading Movie Review: Don't Call It a Spinoff—Puss in Boots Easily Stands on Its Own Two Paws