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cof filmvstvheader Comics on Film: Do Superheroes Work Better on the Small or Big Screen?

This year it seems the popularity of comic book adaptations has hit a fever pitch. While the movies have enjoyed the bulk of the success of the past 15 years or so, now more than ever it looks like television is starting to catch on to the craze. With Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and now Agent Carter on CBS, its forthcoming Netflix shows centered on… Continue reading Comics on Film: Do Superheroes Work Better on the Small or Big Screen?

In the movie Brick Mansions, what is the name of the character played by Andreas Apergis

  • Berringer

  • The Rhino

  • Lamech

  • Griff

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vampire chronicles Anne Rices The Vampire Chronicles Brings Its Bite Back to the Big ScreenIn case you haven’t heard, vampires are cool again. They’re haunting art houses in movies like “Only Lovers Left Alive” and the upcoming Iranian film “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night,” not to mention “True Blood.” Now Universal is getting into the fang-bangin’ game with its acquisition of Anne Rice’s series of novels, “The Vampire Chronicles.” The deal… Continue reading Anne Rice's 'The Vampire Chronicles' Brings Its Bite Back to the Big Screen

Compact Digital Camera

21mOs5bXFTL Polaroid DVF 130BC Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom and 2.0 Inch LCD Screen, Black Reviews

  • Digital camcorder with 3.0 MegaPixel and 2.0-Inch LCD display
  • Built-in USB stick for easy download
  • YouTube DV, VGA @ 30fps
  • SD Compatible
  • AA Batteries

Talk about fun, simple, and affordable, this USB Polaroid Digital Video Camera gives you all three and then some! With a compact build, it’s always ready to head out on any adventure. Just point and shoot while the 2.0″ bright LCD… Continue reading Polaroid DVF-130BC Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom and 2.0-Inch LCD Screen, Black Reviews

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

1. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – $ 92.0 million ($ 92.0 million total)

2. The Other Woman – $ 14.2 million ($ 47.3 million total)

3. Heaven is for Real – $ 8.7 million ($ 65.6 million total)

4. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – $ 7.7 million ($ 237.1 million total)

5. Rio 2 – $ 7.6 million