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Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Gravity – $ 31.0 million

2. Captain Phillips – $ 17.3 million

3. Carrie – $ 17.0 million

4. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 – $ 10.1 million

5. Escape Plan – $ 9.8 million

6. Prisoners – $ 2.0 million

7. Enough Said – $ 1.8 million

8. The Fifth Estate – $ 1.7 million

9. Runner Runner – $ 1.6 million

10. Insidious: Chapter 2 –

Reviews, Features and Interviews

‘Sharknado’ Ain’t Got Nothing on ‘Ragin’ Cajun Redneck Gators’ by Peter Hall

’12 Years a Slave’ Review: This Might Just Be One of the Most Powerful Movies You Ever Watch by Erik Davis

Live from Toronto: Here’s What We Thought of ‘Gravity,’ ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ and ’12 Years a Slave’ by Erik Davis

Music, Monogamy and Poop Jokes: Why We Love ‘Can a Song Save Your… Continue reading Best of the Week: Reviews of the Best Films from TIFF 2013, New VOD and DVD Movies, Giveaways and More

One of the best sequels of all time is Gremlins 2: The New Batch, probably the only one that ever got away with being both a narrative follow-up as well as a kind of parody of the original. In a reflexive scene, Billy (Zach Galligan) is explaining the rules of Mogwai/Gremlins to employees of Clamp Tower and the guys start asking technical questions that reveal those… Continue reading What Major Movie Plot Holes Do You Forgive from Your Favorite Films?

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Johnny Depp takes on another eccentric character this Fourth of July weekend when he portrays Native American warrior Tonto in “The Lone Ranger.” We have high hopes for Depp in Disney’s latest reboot of the classic American story, but that doesn’t mean we expect it to be perfect and error-free.

The 50-year-old actor has been making movies for 29 years, so we figured some of his eclectic films… Continue reading Movie Mistakes: 10 Blunders From Johnny Depp's Biggest Films (PHOTOS)

Mother’s Day is Sunday, and if you’ve yet to think of something special to do for your mom, consider treating her (or your mother-in-law or the mother of your children) to a marathon of films that will make her smile, sniffle or sing. Be aware that you will not find classic tear-jerkers like “Terms of Endearment” or