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  • DVD/Blu-ray Breakdown: August 9, 2011

    It’s stoner-comedy week for DVD and Blu-ray fans, with a bit of Disney counter-programming. Check out the details on the latest home video releases in this week’s breakdown.

    (5) by Mike Eisenberg
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: March 27th, 2011

    Here’s our weekend box office report for the weekend of March 25th – and various movie news tidbits we may have missed.

    (36) by Niall Browne
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: March 20th, 2011

    Here’s our weekend box office report for the weekend of March 18th – and various movie news tidbits we may have missed. Check out what film won the weekend!

    (18) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Weekend Movie News Wrap Up: March 13th, 2011

    Here’s our weekend box office report for the weekend of March 11th – and various movie news tidbits we may have missed.

    (66) by Niall Browne
  • Mars Needs Moms

    ‘Mars Needs Moms’ is a decent sci-fi adventure for kids that is hindered by a convoluted mythology and the use of Robert Zemeckis’ motion-capture technology.

    (11) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Mars Needs Moms (Trailer #2)

    A second trailer has been released for Disney’s ‘Mars Needs Moms’, a new family-friendly, sci-fi adventure utilizing Robert Zemeckis’ performance-capture technology.

    (16) by Sandy Schaefer
  • SR Pick [Video]: 2011 Movies – The Year of the Alien

    2011 may be defined by a massive number of 3D movies, but there are also quite a few alien invasion movies hitting movie theaters – and we’ve put them all together in one flashy trailer.

    (9) by Mike Eisenberg
  • Mars Needs Moms

    Disney has released a trailer for ‘Mars Needs Moms’, a 3D sci-fi adventure that’s brought to life (for better or worse) via Robert Zemeckis’ performance-capture technology.

    (11) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Mars Needs Moms!’ Poster Shows A Close Encounter

    Disney’s upcoming 3D animated film ‘Mars Needs Moms!’ has a teaser poster that pays homage to one of the great alien movies, ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’.

    (3) by Mike Eisenberg
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