Brooklyn’s Finest

Alice in Wonderland

Well, we kind of figured that Alice in Wonderland would set the top box office opening of 2010, but I dunno how many people predicted this: $116 million!

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Kevin Carr sits his chubbiness down weighs in on Alice in Wonderland and Brooklyn’s Finest.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

It’s a monumental time for the Fat Guys at the Movies. Both Kevin and Neil have seen the movies for the week, but they can’t agree on a damn thing… especially in regards to Gentlemen Broncos in the DVD Roundup. It’s a Fat Guy Smackdown all around!

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Alice in Wonderland

Welcome to another 3-D edition of The Reject Report, where we take a look at the box office prospects for this big Oscar weekend. And with the Academy Awards on the minds of a lot of people you would think there will be a lot of people showing up at the theaters. This weekend we have two new wide releases in Top Ten contention: Brooklyn’s Finest, and of course Alice in Wonderland in 3-D, directed by Tim Burton.

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Sundance Sales

Sure the Tango in the Snow is about the art of independent film, but it’s also about selling your hard work to the highest bidder. Here’s a look at what has sold so far…

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There are a lot of films playing at Sundance over the next two weeks. And personally I’ve watered down all of the information to a list of 37 films that I intend to see. I’ve gone even further for this article, pinpointing 13 films that I would recommend to all of you based on early word of mouth, pedigree of its cast/crew or just my own intuition.

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Sundance 2009

To showcase the diversity of contemporary independent cinema, the Sundance Film Festival Premieres section offers the latest work from American and international directors and world premieres of highly anticipated films.

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Sundance

We don’t know what’s going to be playing at Sundance. No one does. No one except the half-dozen dolphin-werewolf hybrid creatures that choose the line up every year and keep it secret until some time next week. Luckily, several of the were-dolphins are susceptible to bribery, and we’ve got buzz on our side.

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Richard Gere joins Amelia

Richard Gere seems to have been making superb career choices lately. Now he plans to keep it up by signing on for two films we should start anticipating as he will be working with some great talents.

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