Changeling

DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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No one likes a sell out. But selling out goes both ways. This time of year, directors sell out in a different way. I’m talking about all the major mainstream Hollywood directors who “sell out” to do the award film released at the end of the year.

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Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Nice Clean Movie Month continues at the Reject Report. Yes, for the umpteenth week in a row the weekend box office title belongs to yet another sweet family movie. Big surprise.

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Reject Report: Zack and Miri

I hope you folks out there enjoyed Halloween, because I sure didn’t. It was a scary weekend to say the least, trying to figure out what was going on at box offices all over North America! On Friday night the attendances were so low it looked like we might get a movie winning at the box office with a haul of under $10 million. In fact, High School Musical 3: Senior Year did so badly on Friday night (only $1,700,000) that it looked as if the box office title was completely up for grabs. Some people thought Saw V (which won Friday with a haul of $3,120,000) or even Changeling might end the weekend on top. Also, the haul for Zack and Miri Make a Porno was so bad on Friday (only $2,220,000) that people were thinking it might only end up with just over $8 million! In any event, things went back to normal on Saturday and Sunday and all the predictions about the order of finish ended up pretty much in the ballpark. HSM 3 made something like $8.2 million on Saturday alone, which pretty much cemented another weekend back on top. As you can see below, though, nobody went to the movies this weekend. The grosses were way off the mark all across the board. High School Musical 3 was down 64.2% from last weekend and Saw V was down 66.4%. Also, Seth Rogen had his worst box-office opening ever with Zack and Miri making only $10.6 […]

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Reject Report: Zack and Miri

Kevin Smith tries to break on through to the other side of the box office with Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Standing in his way: High School Musical 3.

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FSR

Kevin Carr looks at the slate of films in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.

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Changeling

What’s worse than coming home to find your child missing? What’s worse than watching two-and-a-half hours of Angelina Jolie screaming “I want my son!”? They say that you can drink to forget, so let’s start drinking to forget Angelina Jolie’s many, many Oscar clips from Changeling.

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Kevin and Neil bid adieu to the Magical Studio in the Sky while Neil prepares to embark on a cross-country Bohemian Gypsy travel adventure. They also talk about their favorite scary movies, porn star cameos and a bunch of other awful shenanigans in the newly-revived Internet-only segment.

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Changeling Screening

Here at FSR, we love to give stuff away — our innocence, our DVDs and even sometimes our kids — but in Clint Eastwood’s latest film Changeling, the thought of giving up a child isn’t seen as a good thing.

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Angelina Jolie is many things to many people. In this instance, she is a future CIA agent and about two thirds of the poster for Clint Eastwood’s latest film.

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Kevin and Neil struggle to make it through the movie doldrums with some sub-par September releases and a challenge to offend those who claim they can’t be offended.

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Yahoo Movies has released the first trailer for Clint Eastwood’s Changeling, which stars Angelina Jolie as a woman who joins forces with a priest, played by John Malkovich, to take on a corrupt LAPD unit when they botch the rescue of her kidnapped son and attempt to cover it up.

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Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie on set of The Changeling

It’s unlikely Spike Lee will attend the opening.

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