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If you love robot boxing, Ryan Gosling or losing dignity, this is the weekend for you! ‘Real Steel,’ ‘The Ides of March’ and, in limited release, ‘The Human Centipede 2′ all hit theaters on Friday, meaning there’s something for everyone at the local multiplex. What film will emerge victorious at the box office? ‘Real Steel,’ of course! But how much will it make? Your weekend movie preview lies ahead.



Before October barrels into town with a truckload of big releases in tow, September has to end. The final day of the month finds four new films in wide release with another handful of indies backing them up. Can the charms of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen top Anna Faris despite a sensitive subject? Will audiences flock to see how real-life couple Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz likely met? And… Continue reading Weekend Movie Preview: Can '50/50' Beat the Odds or Does Anna Faris Have Its 'Number'?

With four new films in wide release, plus another handful in limited engagements, the final weekend of September feels like the unofficial kick-off of the fall movie season. After all, this weekend brings a Brad Pitt Oscar favorite (‘Moneyball’), a Taylor Lautner-led potential action juggernaut (‘Abduction’) and the latest Jason Statham meat grinder (‘Killer Elite’). Plus, ‘Dolphin Tale’! Which film will emerge victorious? Let’s discuss ahead.


‘Moneyball’What’s the story: Brad… Continue reading Weekend Movie Preview: Can Brad Pitt Out-Slug Taylor Lautner and Jason Statham?

Preview for Next Friday’s Fringe Premiere



September 16, 2011

“Fringe” returns to Fox next Friday, September 23, and the network has released this new preview!

“Fringe” stars Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Lance Reddick, Blair Brown and Jasika Nicole. The video also features Seth Gabel as Lincoln Lee.

Created by J.J. Abrams & Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci, “Fringe” is produced by Bad Robot Productions in association with Warner Bros

1picnik collage 1316015688 Weekend Movie Preview: Wheelmen, Working Girls and the Circle of Life
This weekend Hollywood offers one for the guys, one for the girls, one for the ages, and one more that we’re still not really sure about. Any way you cut it, it’s a big upgrade from the past couple weekends of tropical storms and B-grade horror movies that audiences have had to contend with. Lots of interesting stuff to choose from, so… Continue reading Weekend Movie Preview: Wheelmen, Working Girls and the Circle of Life