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a most violent year 585 Movie News: First Look at A Most Violent Year; Emma Stone and Woody Allen Reunite; Melissa McCarthy in New Tammy Trailer

A Most Violent Year: Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) and Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) play a married couple in A Most Violent Year, a drama set in New York City, circa 1981. J.C. Chandor (All Is Lost) wrote and directed the action-packed movie, in which a respectable businessman (Isaac) is pushed toward criminal behavior by his wife (Chastain)… Continue reading Movie News: First Look at 'A Most Violent Year;' Emma Stone and Woody Allen Reunite; Melissa McCarthy in New 'Tammy' Trailer

It’s always a nice touch when superhero movies remember to honor their comic book origins. With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 now in theaters, we thought we’d see how well Sam Raimi and Marc Webb’s Spider-Man movies fare in that department.

Here are a few examples of how they stayed true to the comics they’re based on.

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1. Spider-Man: “With Great Power Comes

Summer Movies 2014 Rank This! Your Most Anticipated Summer 2014 Movies

May is here and that means that through the month of August, we will have wannabe blockbusters and some of the hottest properties the film industry has to offer hitting theaters one after the next. Even though every studio and distributor is approaching the season intent on making an impression (and big bucks), there’s only so much love and money to go… Continue reading Rank This! Your Most Anticipated Summer 2014 Movies

Cannes 2014: Most Canadian Movies Ever in Official Lineup

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The Canadian film industry… Continue reading Cannes 2014: Most Canadian Movies Ever in Official Lineup

avengersfinal228 The Geek Beat: The Most    and Least    Successful Marvel Movies, by the NumbersA month ago, I waded through the box office reports and aggregate reviews of all the movies based on video games over the years to find out how they ranked as far as ticket sales and overall approval from audiences. It was an interesting experiment that offered up some surprises as far as the relationship (or lack thereof) between a film’s success at the… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Most -- and Least -- Successful Marvel Movies, by the Numbers