Movie-Watching Will Never Be The Same

Movie-Watching Will Never Be The Same

Why would anyone want to download movies, anyway? Watching movies at home has never been easier, with just about everyone having access to DVD rentals or, even more convenient, a home DVR device. We can now record and watch movies and television on our computers or handheld devices, when and where we want.

Conducting an online search for “downloading movies” will prove the point: There are countless sources that claim to offer unlimited, free, full-length movies. But not all of these sites are created equal. Yes, there are many sites that do legitimately offer what they promise, but there are more than a few not what they say they are.

With so much choice at your fingertips, there are a few pitfalls that can easily be avoided if you know what you ...

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Listing of Frightening Flicks

What is Your Listing of Frightening Flicks

If there gets on thing I have actually learned about film, it’s that flicks are subjective generally. While your best friend might have a top ten listing of frightening motion pictures that completely creep him/her out, your list of horror films might be completely different. No worries! This is to be anticipated. It originates from the truth that we all harbor various worries; consequently we’re bound to be scared of different animals, maniacs, goblins, ghosts, beasts, aliens and ghouls. Do you know what your checklist of leading frightening movies includes?

Online you can always detect listings of leading films...

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Moe, Larry And Curly

Moe, Larry And Curly

Moe, Larry and Curly, do the names ring a bell? If you ever watched Saturday morning television, you probably know who I am talking about. I owe these guys big time. If it wasn’t for them, I never would have had such a good time when I went to those cheap movies in Brooklyn as a kid. They always featured 3 movies and 21 cartoons, including the Three Stooges, every Saturday. You can imagine how long we spent in the theatre on that day. We would be there for about six hours. But the highlight of the day was always those three zany guys. The theatre would show old movies so the price of admission was cheap There was usually one cowboy movie, one mystery movie and then a random type movie. Somehow they always managed to show movies that kids would like.
They weren’t always...

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Birds of Prey TV Spot

Birds of Prey TV spot: Harley Quinn shows you how to get respect

During last night’s Game Awards, Warner Bros. Pictures debuted a new TV spot for their highly-anticipated DC film Birds of Prey. The video features new footage highlighting the upcoming showdown between the titular badass group led by Harley Quinn and the film’s antagonists Black Mask and Victor Zsasz. Check out the video below! (via IGN)

RELATED: Birds of Prey Trailer Brings Back Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn!

Margot Robbie will be reprising her Suicide Squad role of Harley Quinn in the film, which also s...

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Ghost of Tsushima Release

The highly anticipated PlayStation exclusive Ghost of Tsushima will release in the Summer of 2020. Fans around the world have been wondering when the big-budget samurai slasher would finally get a release date, with many speculating that the game would release in the second half of 2020. But now developer Sucker Punch has confirmed the release window for Ghost of Tsushima will be Summer 2020.

Sucker Punch is one of the most admired developers in the gaming industry, and perhaps best known for creating the Sly Cooper and Infamous series of games. In 2011, Sony purchased Sucker Punch to produce games exclusively for PlayStation. Sucker Punch has always worked within short development windows, with the longest period in between releasing games being four years...

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Jumanji: The Next Level

 Jumanji: The Next Level

Jumanji: The Next Level

This shouldn’t have to be said, but this feature will be loaded with spoilers for the new movie Jumanji: The Next Level. We literally will be discussing the movie’s ending, so stop reading now if you do not want to be spoiled.

All of the Jumanji movies, up to this point, have been standalone adventures. This includes the Robin Williams original, as well as the sci-fi spinoff Zathura (which was disconnected, but basically “Jumanji in Space”). That has changed with the ending of Jumanji: The Next Level. The game is being altered, and that will have a major impact on the movies to come.

When Sony decided to bring the Jumanji property off of the shelf for a reimagining in 2017, the remake/reboot wasn’t thought of as being a franchise launcher...

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Burger King in Germany

Burger King Germany is running a crazy campaign for The Rise of Skywalker. Fans of the Star Wars franchise can go into a participating restaurant and read spoilers aloud from the upcoming movie in exchange for a free Whooper. That’s just the start though. The whole place is decked out in spoilers for the final installment in the Skywalker Saga, including the burger wrappers and straws. Burger King went ahead and did this by themselves with no participation from Lucasfilm or Disney, which could be kind of risky.

To get around the legalities of the situation, Burger King Germany does not mention The Rise of Skywalker or Star Wars by name. The iconic block lettering of the official logo is used, but everything is tweaked a bit...

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Shop Behind ‘The Lion King’

The Lion King

The Lion King

VFX studio Motion Picture Company (MPC), responsible for the visual effects in Disney’s 2019 live-action The Lion King, is reportedly closing the shutters on its Vancouver office, as of this morning. This decision comes only months after the movie became the fourth Disney film to break $1 billion at the box office this year. Their studios in Toronto, Montreal, LA, Paris, and Adelaide will remain open. According to Cartoon Brew, a letter circulating online revealed the closure was due to “increasing external market pressures in Vancouver and more attractive opportunities in other locations.”

If you’ve managed to avoid seeing the heavily disappointing The Lion King this year, chances are you’ve still seen the impressive work created by MPC elsewhere...

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10 Great Serious Performances

Adam Sandler in Uncut Gems

Hollywood can be a cutthroat business, so when a performer learns that they do something well, and can consistently get paid for it, it often makes sense for them to continue doing that thing. It’s why a lot of comedic performers generally stick to making comedies for the bulk of their careers. That being said, when a certain level of comfortability is reached, it gives actors the freedom to start testing their range and trying new things, and as we’ve seen many times in movie history, the results can be phenomenal.

This week we have a perfect example of this kind of move arriving in theaters in the form of the Safdie brothers’ crime drama Uncut Gems starring Adam Sandler – so we figure now is as good a time as any to look back at some of the best serious performances ...

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Birds of Prey Confirms WB’s

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is the confirmation of the new direction Warner Bros. is taking for their DC films moving forward. The next entry in the studio’s superhero franchise, the film is directed by Cathy Yan and will see the return of Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn. This time, however, she gets her own team with Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bett as Black Canary, Ella Jay Basco as Cass, and Rosie Perez as Renee.

Plot details for Birds of Prey are still being kept under wraps, although it’s been confirmed that the heroines will go up against Ewan McGregor’s Black Mask – the film’s primary antagonist, as well as Chris Messina’s Victor Zsasz...

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