The choices are slim once again this week, but at least Barnes and Noble has come through with their 50% off sale on the majority of their Criterion titles in-stock.
I did not like American Reunion, but the comments on my review show audiences are feeling differently. So now I'm trying to find out why as someone that thoroughly enjoyed the first and third films in the American Pie franchise, but was quite cold on this fourth one.
The Hunger Games continues to dominate with its third weekend in the #1 slot as it crosses the $300 million mark. The question now is whether or not it can become the first film since Avatar to repeat at the box-office four weekends in a row.
The Hunger Games is on its way to another #1 finish at the box-office and a domestic cume over $300 million as it takes on newcomers American Reunion and Titanic 3-D and passes them by.
The podcast suffered a setback today as technical difficulties resulted in an 85-minute episode being ruined. So, instead of leaving you empty handed, we recorded this 18-minute episode with a review of American Reunion and a somber note to end the week.
It would seem 13 years is too long for the American Pie franchise as the series that has depended on direct-to-video releases for the last seven years now turns in a direct-to-video-worthy sequel featuring the original cast.
Laremy has a tough weekend to predict as The Hunger Games is going for three weeks in a row up against the 3-D re-release of Titanic the return of the American Pie crew in American Reunion.
The first MPAA rating bulletin of the new year is here and John Carter and American Reunion are among first films rated.
I have nine new posters to preview for you as several new pieces of poster art debuted in recent days.
Another episode of the RopeofSilicon.com movie podcast with Brad and Laremy this week discussing the week's new releases including Real Steel as well as a host of other topics.