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That sound you hear, you know, the one like a bunch of air escaping from a bag? That’s the sound of the summer movie season ending and the doldrums of September arriving. Here we are about to enter the month that’s typically home to the most easily ignored and forgotten new releases. The only thing to do is look forward to the fall and look back on… Continue reading The 2014 Summer Blockbuster Awards: Best Movie, Hero, Action Scene, and More!

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Every year, there’s an unofficial song of the summer, a particular jam that makes the season special. Not that this is something universally agreed upon by anyone, just a topic for discussion and a means to good times. If there had to be any movie equivalent in 2014, it’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Of course, it helps that the movie has a great soundtack… Continue reading Discuss: What Was the Best Movie of Summer 2014?








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Moviefone and Ford are gearing up to bring you a summer movie season you’ll never forget! The mega-popular Summer Spectacular Sweeps is back to reward movie-lovers nationwide; we’re giving away thousands of free movie tickets all summer long… and it’s just a click away to win. Oh, and… Continue reading Join Moviefone & Ford For The Summer Spectacular Sweeps and Screening Series

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

1. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – $ 73.0 million ($ 73.0 million total)

2. Transformers: Age of Extinction – $ 16.5 million ($ 209.0 million total)

3. Tammy – $ 12.9 million ($ 57.3 million total)

4. 22 Jump Street – $ 6.7 million ($ 171.4 million total)

5. How to Train Your Dragon 2

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Welcome back to another episode of The Summer Movies Podcast, a podcast that will run from May through the end of August and cover all things related to summer movies past, present and future.

On this week’s episode hosts Erik Davis (Movies.com) and Sean O’Connell (CinemaBlend.com) review Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Additionally, with many calling Apes the best movie of the