Bride Wars


Some years at the cineplex are just better than others. Which years those are can always be debated, hence the reason why FSR writer Paul Sileo and FSR’s resident devil’s advocate Josh Radde sat on their collective asses to hash out whether or not 2009 was particularly strong or notably weak.



Today marked the DVD release of Bride Wars, starring Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson. So how are we going to celebrate? By giving you a chance at a free theatrical poster autographed by the two Hollywood beauties in the film.



That’s right friends, two weeks in a row here for the Blu-ray Report. I would like to tell you that I’ve turned over a new leaf in my duties as Blu-ray watchdog, but I don’t want to get ahead of myself. The good news is that I am here this week and ready to spread some Blu-ray knowledge all over your minds. Also good news — we’ve got Jean-Claude Van Damme on Blu-ray this week. That friends, is a win. We’ve also got our good friend, Managing Editor Cole Abaius swooping in to review The Uninvited. And now on to our breakdown of this week’s Blu-ray releases, starting with those that I have nominated as the Creme of the Crop. As always, please support your local Reject Stimulus Fund by clicking on the titles of the movies and picking them up over at Amazon. Creme of the Crop Star Trek: The Original Series (Season 1) This is the gem of the week. With the release of J.J. Abrams’ awesome new Star Trek film hitting theaters at warp speed in a week and a half, it is time to revisit some of the glory days of Star Trek: TOS in glorious high definition. It is time to go back to those first episodes, when Spock was sometimes a little greener than normal and the set pieces were awful, but it all worked. But of course the most exciting thing about this Blu-ray release — save for the excuse to go back […]



This week… Bride Wars, The Hit, Hotel For Dogs, In The Realm Of The Senses, JCVD, Martyrs, Nothing But The Truth, One Eyed Monster, Satanic Sluts III, The Uninvited, and While She Was Out!


What Happened to Kate Hudson's Career?

There are certain questions in life one puzzles over furiously. Today, we examine a tricky one by asking what the hell happened to Kate Hudson’s career? Cinema Sleuth is on the case.



This weekend the surprise winner at the box office was Gran Torino, which made $29 million. And there is one reason, and one reason only why this movie made the money that it did: Clint Eastwood.



Kevin and Neil ring in the new year with the January release schedule, which includes weddings, evil children, Tyler Perry wannabes and old racist codgers.



FSR’s resident chubby film critic Kevin Carr runs down the reviews on Bride Wars, Not Easily Broken, Gran Torino and The Reader.



The main question we face this weekend is whether the new romcom Bride Wars will carry the day at the box office, or whether the title will go to Gran Torino (expanding in wide release) or Marley and Me (which has been on top since Christmas).


Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway in Bride Wars

The official international website for the upcoming comedy Bride Wars, which stars Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway as two best friends whose quest for their dream weddings sets them on an unlikely collision-course.


Three things you should know about Bride Wars before going into it: It’s about two people who can’t solve a simple problem rationally; There will be Bridezilla behavior; There will be sabotage.

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published: 01.28.2015
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