Knowing

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It’s one of the most frustrating phenomena in film to watch, seeing someone so clearly correct and potentially wise get shut down by the people around them because their theories or warnings seem too far-fetched. As an audience, we know that they’re right – that monster is ripe for striking the city, that megastorm is about to hit mainland any day now and that kid is up to something suspicious – but our poor, long-suffering protagonists just don’t have the luck of getting their pleas heard in time. If only people had known these crackpots were right all along. Here are 7 cinematic Cassandras.

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The wait is finally over. The anticipation all year long, the bittersweet uncertainty, the constant flaming of people that don’t like Twilight and Transformers 2 on the Internet, and having to actually sit through Spike TV programming have once again come to fanboy fruition.

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This week in the world of Blu-ray, we go to the Moon for all mankind, to the end of the Earth with Nic Cage, to the 1980s with Spike Lee and all the way back to the 60s with a group of Mad Men.

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It is time for another awesome caption contest — this time we give you a chance to pick up copies of Push and Knowing on Blu-ray.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves digging through dumpsters for cans and bottles to recycle. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs.

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As correctly predicted by myself, it was indeed the attack of the 50-foot woman in 3-D at the box office. Monsters vs. Aliens won the weekend with a haul of $58 million, topping Watchmen for the best weekend opening of 2009 so far.

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Put the peace pipe down and throw your neighbor’s hand to the side. If there’s anything to be learned from this week’s box office numbers, it’s that Americans love to watch the world burn.

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Well, I wish I had some of that ability to look into the future that Nicolas Cage has, because then I would get a lot more of my predictions right. Knowing won the weekend with a haul of $24.8 million.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

With Neil hobnobbing at SXSW and getting swamped with festival coverage and all those awesome parties, Kevin punts the show with two special guests: Chris Alexis from 7mpictures.com and Kristin Dreyer Kramer from NightsAndWeekends.com.

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Kevin Carr reviews this week’s new movies: Knowing, I Love You, Man and Duplicity.

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Alex Proyas’ first feature since 2004 is an entertaining work of science fiction that occasionally lunges towards greatness.

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We interrupt our live continuing coverage of SXSW to give you more wrong box office predictions here at the Reject Report. The race is between Knowing, Duplicity and I Love You, Man, and I am hearing some conflicting stories about what may go down this weekend.

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At his ‘Knowing’ press conference we learned that, when it comes to the movie and the issues it raises, Nicolas Cage cares most of all about what you think.

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Columbus Rejects! Get a chance to see Knowing four days before it opens… for free!

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I attended WonderCon this past weekend here in San Francisco, and I’m obligated to write up some kind of recap. This normally isn’t such a problem…

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Here to blow your brain apart and leave you scratching the broken crevice where it used to be is the first extended clip from Nicolas Cage’s upcoming film Knowing (Be warned: his hair looks relatively normal).

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As was the case last year, we will be sending our intrepid (and cynical) Rob Hunter to the San Francisco WonderCon to stake things out, make decisive analysis about upcoming movies and, if he’s lucky, offend someone very famous and end up on the evening news.

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As the fine SciFi loving folks over at io9 pointed out this afternoon, it would appear that every apocalypse needs a good scary globe poster.

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Nicolas Cage in Knowing

Seriously now, Nicolas Cage needs to stop making movies. Or at least cut back a little.

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