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We’re past the dump months of January and February, which means it’s time for studios to roll out their second-tier blockbusters to take advantage of spring break audiences. Here to predict whether some of the biggest March releases will be…
It’s the holiday season and we’ve got a lot of wide releases to cover this month, so let’s get to it. Our box office gurus this time around are Tyler Peterson, Thomas Ricard, Julie Kushner, Jordon Davis, and Rick Lewis.…
Hello, and Avengers to another Avengers of box office predictions! Once Avengers, it’s Avengers for us here at the Avengers Booth to play Avengers prognosticators and Avengers which of these Avengers will be domestic AVENGERs or BOMBs, based…
It’s October, which means it’s time for a slew of movies that weren’t good enough for the holiday season. But more importantly, October means we’ve been doing box office predictions for one whole year! Come back later this month for…
Join us for the first in a (hopefully) regular feature on the Agony Booth where we make snap judgments about the box office chances of upcoming movies based solely on watching the trailers, including Gone Girl on a Train, The Birth of a Nation, Jack Reacher 2, and more.
Taking fashion seriously, Queen Bees, Miranda Priestly, and Getting What You Want: Ursa takes a look at how the women win in The Devil Wears Prada.
“Director Doug Liman channels Harold Ramis, albeit taking things in a very different direction (less Andie MacDowell, more Alien MindControl).”
“2014 was a great year for movies. So much so that making my top ten list this year was torturous (well, more torturous than usual).”
“And there you have it: an organization that could have prevented the Holocaust is now putting its top people to work stopping a congressman from hooking up with a dancer.”
'Edge of Tomorrow': Terrible Title, but oh, That Tom Cruise
Morning Sideboob: Selena Gomez, Wannabe Born-Again Virgin
“In some ways, it’s like the Goodfellas of time travel films—a compelling drama and character study of people we would never want to cross paths with in real life. ”
On this episode of Movie Madhouse, Josh looks at two recent releases, two dystopian futures, two badass gunmen, and loads of ultraviolence. Sounds like a great time at the movies!