FIRST LOOK “Resident Evil: Retribution”

This fall need’s to get here ASAP not September 14  but NOW! I can’t wait to see this movie in IMAX so to hold all RE fans over I have your first look at the new POSTER (is in Spanish ONLY version I could find) and screen shot’s and I am very interested to see who this girl in the red dress is. If your a fan you will remember from the first movie she “ALICE” wore a red dress hmmm suspension rising! I just hope they remember this is a ZOMBIE movie not a war movie against human’s see like their will be alot of fighting but not really against the zombie’s but I wont judge until we see the movie then I will decided!

BUT WAIT I HAVE MORE the OFFICIAL TRAILER!!! Now the trailer just started out as WTF what is this Desperate Housewives? But lead’s into the story of what started it but leave’s you questioning who the **** is this lil girl and were has see been. So guess we shall have to wait 😦 ENJOY!

The Smurfs Movie Review

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The Smurfs hit New York City in the big-screen family comedy starring Neil Patrick Harris, which hit theatres on July 29, 2011. And TylerOMG wants to know if YOU are going to see this film!!!

The Evil Wizard
For years, the evil wizard Gargamel has been searching for the Smurfs’ hidden mushroom village. He plans to collect the sweat, tears and hair from every Smurf in order to harness their power. During the blue moon festival, Papa Smurf sees a disturbing vision – one that shows Clumsy and the rest of his beloved Smurfs in the hands of Gargamel.

The Vision
As the vision predicts, Gargamel discovers the whereabouts of their village. Now the Smurfs must escape. Six Smurfs – Papa Smurf, Clumsy, Grouchy, Gutsy, Brainy and Smurfette – escape through a portal that is only open during a blue moon. They have no idea that the portal leads to the most daunting city of all – New York City.

The Portal
To flee from Gargamel, who has followed them through the portal, they hitch a ride with a local human named Patrick. Not only are Patrick and his wife expecting a baby, but Patrick is under intense pressure at this marketing job, making it the most inopportune time for the Smurfs to arrive.

The Smurfs must avoid Gargamel while they wait for the stars to realign. Only then can they return to their mushroom village. In the process, Papa Smurf teaches Patrick a thing or two about fatherhood.

The Bottom Line
The Smurfs is a great film for kids and family’s! I loved the film it offered so many laughs manly because the cat, and the evil wizard! I know the cat and the wizard is evil but you can’t help not to love them! The Smurfs is fun, adventurous and heartwarming.

Overall I would recommend this movie to everyone, I loved that smurfing movie!

Glee 3D The Movie Hit Rock Bottom!

One movie stayed strong. One movie opened strong. One movie took down Transformers: Dark of the Moon to rule over all others.

And then there was Glee.

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The TV show’s 3-D concert movie not only failed to meet modest expectations—it failed to crack the box-office weekend’s Top 10.

The Glee movie finished in 11th place with a $5.7 million Friday-Sunday gross, per estimates. The performance wasn’t exactly a disaster; the film, culled from footage of this summer’s tour, cost a mere $9 million.

Still, something was off. Glee behaved more like a throwback to the days when concert movies didn’t do much, and less like a contemporary blockbuster à la Justin Bieber and Hannah Montana movies.

Or, to put it another way: It took Glee to make the Jonas Brothers look really big in 3-D.

Elsewhere, Rise of the Planet of the Apes held on to the top spot, and crossed the $100 million mark domestically, while The Help looked like the best-seller it’s been on Kindles, grossing $35 million since opening Wednesday.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 upped its domestic gross to $357 million to become the year’s top-grossing film—domestically, that is. With nearly $1.2 billion in the bank overall, the film had already established itself as the year’s No. 1 worldwide hit.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the year’s deposed domestic champ, exited the Top 10 after six monster weekends, and a $347.2 million take. (Worldwide, it’s at $1.1 billion and counting.)

Two comedies dropped out of the Top 10: Jennifer Aniston‘s Horrible Bosses, which lasted five weekends and came away with $110 million domestically; and, Justin Timberlake‘s and Mila Kunis‘ Friends With Benefits, which scored $53 million domestically, but proved unable to top the similarly themed No Strings Attached.

Final Destination 5, one of the weekend’s other new major releases, finished in the upper echelon of Final Destination movies, while 30 Minutes or Less, another newbie, did OK for an R-rated comedy about bombs, pizza and bank robbery.

And, yes, it’s strange, but it’s true: The Smurfs is nearing a $250 million worldwide gross.

Here’s a complete look at the weekend’s top-grossing films, per Friday-Sunday estimates as compiled by Exhibitor Relations:

  1. Rise of the Planet of the Apes, $27.5 million
  2. The Help, $25.5 million
  3. Final Destination 5, $18.4 million
  4. The Smurfs, $13.5 million
  5. 30 Minutes or Less, $13 million
  6. Cowboys & Aliens, $7.6 million
  7. Captain America: The First Avenger, $7.1 million
  8. Crazy, Stupid, Love, $6.9 million
  9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, $6.88 million
  10. The Change-Up, $6.2 million

Kristein Stewart Princesse’s Worrier!

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Mirror, mirror on the wall, give us a Snow White who’s not a damsel at all.

The photos unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con during Saturday’s “Snow White and the Huntsman” panel have finally hit the web, and now the world can see Kristen Stewart decked out in a full suit of armor. Anyone worried that this movie would be confused with Lily Collins’ “Snow White” should be able to see how different they are based on the photos released this week.

The rest of the cast of characters in the movie might be more what fans expected, but fortunately Kristen has surprised us with how badass her fairest-of-them-all princess actually is.

Chris Hemsworth isnt the huntsman we remember from the “Snow White” Disney cartoon, which has us really looking forward to the anticipated romance that will bloom between him and KStew. At yesterday’s panel, he joked about getting into costume for the role, saying it required “about four or five of hours of rolling around in the mud, four days of drinking” and for the clothes to be dug up “from the backyard in Australia.”

The huntsmen played by “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” star Sam Claflin, looks like he isn’t as sweet and wonderful as we remember either. Judging by his brooding, Jackson Rathbone-esque facial expression and the antagonistic way he is holding his sword, maybe he will end up being more bad than good.

But coming in exactly as we expected her to look was Snow White’s evil stepmother, played by Charlize Theron. That dagger isn’t especially subtle as a threat to our damsel-turned-warrior, but Charlize said that there is still more to her character than meets the eye. “This, as a fable, she sort of just starts off as a bad person, so it was important to understand [why she is the way she is],” she explained about her character. “A lot of her circumstances will kind of bleed into her actions … She’s a serial killer; I’m pretty much preparing to play a serial killer.”

What do you think of these first photos from “Snow White and the Huntsman”? Tell us in the comments section below or on Twitter!!! @official_Tyler

Zac Efron Doing R-Rated Movie

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All day yesterday, the two studios behind this summer’s big R-rated hits — Bridesmaids (Universal) and Horrible Bosses (New Line) — were locked in a heated bidding war over a pitch featuring Apatow pupil Seth Rogen and High School Musical graduate Zac Efron. Ultimately Universal inked the seven-figure deal with writers Andrew Cohen and Brendan O’Brien, and, according to Deadline, Rogen — who is also producing the movie — stands to earn close to $10 million.

Variety, which along with Deadline reported on the deal, claimed that “plot details are being kept under wraps,” but seems like Nikki Finke has her ear right up to the negotiation room doors. Describing its tone as similar to that of Old School, Finke lays out the basics:

“Rogan plays a regular guy who lives near an alpha male fraternity house. Efron is a member of the fraternity, whose raucous behavior wreaks havoc on the other guy’s family life.”

Honestly, that does sound quite a bit like Old School, with maybe some Animal House and Van Wilder thrown in. Now to see if Universal’s bet is right: that frat humor still has some mileage left in it and that the R-rated money pump is far from dried out.

But does this sound like a remake of American Pie? Just with a bad actor and Zac Efron in it?

Leave it the comments below?

Mila Kunis Used A Butt Double In Friends With Benefits!

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To all of you who were looking forward to seein’ Mila Kunis’ booty for real in Friends With Benefits: we have some bad news.

She used a butt-double!

She says:

‘I showed side boob and I figured I can’t just give everything all away at once. I gotta let it all out in little pieces here and there.’

Also, in usual hilarious fashion, Justin Timberlake had the best reaction to hearing about Mila’s role:

‘I wasn’t begging [to be naked]. When I found out Mila was going to be naked, I was really sort of like, ‘Ewww, gross.’

‘But I guess if that’s what it takes to make the movie, then I’ll do it.’

Such a hero for the ages!

Well, your butt or not your butt, Mila, the movie still looks like it’s full of sex!

[Image via WENN.]

Winnie The Pooh MOVIE REVIEW

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They’ve never heard the word “snarky” in the Hundred Acre Wood. While other kids’ films cram in sly humor and CGI effects, Winnie the Pooh is sweet, old-fashioned and unhurried-perhaps too much so, with its meager 68-minute running time feeling like a bit of a slog. Pooh stitches together some of A.A. Milne’s classic plots, with clever touches like Pooh (Jim Cummings) and friends interacting with the narrator (John Cleese). It’s all very pleasant, but hardly memorable.

3/5

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2-MOVIE REVIEW

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All seven previous films in the Harry Potter series faithfully executed the magical minutiae of J.K. Rowling’s books. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part 2 is the first to re-create the feeling of reading them. Grim, beautiful and unabashedly emotional, this is nearly as satisfying an end to the saga as a fan could wish for (even with some subtle deviations from the book) as Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) faces the evil Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). On their quest to find and destroy the Dark Lord, Harry, Ron (Rupert Grint) and Hermione (Emma Watson) take a thrilling detour through Gringotts’s bank vaults (the best use of otherwise needless 3-D) before finding their way back to Hogwarts. The wizarding school is a garrison, and it’s here that the mighty battle will come. Bring tissues, because Hallows 2 is largely about facing death. Beloved characters will die-including possibly Harry. When the time comes to face Harry’s fate, Radcliffe confidently, casually shows how much he’s matured as an actor. He’s a man now, and flashbacks of him, Grint and Watson as wee tots in the first film underscore one of Hallows 2’s salient metaphors, about childhood’s end. But despair not, Potterphiles. That part you’re fervently hoping to see at the end? Wish granted.

4/5

Zach Braff Come’s OUT

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Earlier this Wednesday morning, anyone who looked at Zach Braff’s website was in for a surprise!

On his blog, a coming out letter was posted for the world to see.

The letter read:

“To all my loyal fans,

I have been hiding a secret inside me for too long. The human mind can only bare so much before it explodes in emotions, and well … it is time to let the world know. I am excited and proud to announce that I am an open member of the homosexual community.”

Who was the most surprised?

Zach Braff himself!

Apparently this was all the work of an elaborate hacker.

Really? Or is this a cop out from hearing all the bad stuff said from friend’s and family. Did the star go back in the closet or truly a hack?

Only he know’s but go ahead Hit the comment section below and share your thought’s!

Surprise! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Breaks IMAX Records

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The Biggest Movie EVER strikes again!

In case you haven’t heard, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 has been breaking box office records left and right.

All told, the film has earned a remarkable $542.5 million worldwide in just four days!

Now, Deathly Hallows — Part 2 can add one more record to its already impressive list: highest IMAX opening weekend!!

According to the giant screen distributor, the Potter film grossed a tremendous $15.2 million from domestic IMAX showings this weekend for a sizzling $55,000 per theater average. Internationally, the film picked up another $8 million on IMAX screens, giving it $23.2 million worldwide.

Congrats little wizards!