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godzilla bd New on DVD/Blu ray: Godzilla Stuns in HD; The Fault in Our Stars Declares War on TissuesGodzilla – Warner Bros. – Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVDDirector: Gareth EdwardsCast: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston, David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe. Full cast + crew

Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla movie is not going to be a home run for everyone. The human characters in it are a bit dry, and the titular monster himself is only on-screen in small doses until the end, and it’s understandable if that turns off anyone… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Godzilla' Stuns in HD; 'The Fault in Our Stars' Declares War on Tissues









493362389 Quentin Tarantino Declares Digital Projection the Death of CinemaA press conference was held at the Cannes Film Festival to… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino Declares Digital Projection 'the Death of Cinema'

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Kris and Bruce Jenner’s relationship had deteriorated so much before the ultimate split that she says she didn’t even like listening to herself  fight with her hubby.

The matriarch of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians family hid their troubles for months, but now she says that since they are the type of couple that is just “better apart.”

“We’re great. He’s great and I’m great and we’re such… Continue reading Kris Jenner Declares Fights With Hubby Bruce Were So Bad ‘I Didn’t Like Me’

Teresa Giudice is facing a whopping 41 felony charges for tax evasion and fraud and has proclaimed her innocence and is hoping to avoid the slammer,  but talk show host Wendy Williams says she is “delusional” if she’s ignoring a jail sentence.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star and her husband, Juicy Joe Giudice, have been accused by prosecutors of concocting multiple scams in order to avoid paying taxes and they’re… Continue reading Wendy Williams Slams Teresa Giudice: Declares She’s ‘Delusional Not To Think About Jail Time’

Martin%20Scorsese%20(220%20x%20325) National Board of Review Declares Hugo Best Film of 2011It’s only the first of December, but the National Board of Review is already doling out awards for the best films of 2011.

Made up of a “select group of knowledgeable film enthusiasts and professionals, academics, young filmmakers and students,” the Board viewed over 250 films in 2011 – which means they saw everything that could be considered even remotely reward-worthy.

The organization has officially announced… Continue reading National Board of Review Declares 'Hugo' Best Film of 2011