Law Abiding Citizen

You’ve stumbled upon Circle of Jerks, our sporadically published, weekly feature in which we ask the questions that really matter to our writers and readers. It’s a time to take a break from our busy lives and revel in the one thing that we all share: a deep, passionate love of movies. If you have a question you’d like answered by the FSR readers and staff, send us an email at editors@filmschoolrejects.com. What villains have you liked more than their hero counterparts? – Nathan S.

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Another week has gone by, and once again we find ourselves in a familiar situation with This Week in Blu-ray. After a lackluster week of titles last Tuesday, we get a week where there are at least eight films worth of renting, a good percentage of which are also worth buying. Everything from cinematic classics like The Ladykillers and Ran to modern indie winners like Black Dynamite and Women in Trouble, this week is stacked.

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves playing drums in a Genesis cover band. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week sees a couple fantastic films from Criterion, two surprisingly entertaining TV series, and more. Oh, and smegma.

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Welcome to another edition of the Reject Report, and there is one movie, just one movie, that anyone really is focusing on this weekend. It is Michael Jackson’s This Is It, and it goes wide into 3,481 locations on Wednesday.

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The actor and Evil Twins producing partner talked with us about his latest flick (in a very busy year) and about the crazy family that made him who he is today.

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The winning Paranormal Activity continues to roll, and Saw VI will be rolling out, as well as Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant and the reissue of Tim Burton’s The Nightmare before Christmas (in limited release). And we also have Astro Boy.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we spend 5 minutes talking about movie news and another 4 hours talking about Jaws. You’re welcome.

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Where the Wild Things Are was the weekend’s big winner, with an opening haul of $32 million. Frankly, though, I thought there was no way this movie was going to do a worse opening than Couples Retreat last week.

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‘Law Abiding Citizen’ is a mostly entertaining ’80s style action movie that also happens to be irredeemably stupid.

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This weekend we look forward to the much-anticipated Where the Wild Things Are, based on the best-selling children’s book. Also rolling out is The Stepfather and Law Abiding Citizen, plus we have a Paranormal Activity update as well.

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Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including Where the Wild Things Are, Law Abiding Citizen and The Stepfather.

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Neil and Kevin go Where the Wild Things Are and take a look at Law Abiding Citizen and The Stepfather.

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An action film asks a great question: if your family were killed and justice wasn’t served, would you go buy a bunch of power tools?

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Robin Ruinsky delves deeper into the images and symbolism of two famous faces and a couple of angry colors.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we explore the dark innards of District 9 and try not to get our hands dirty.

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Overture Films has released the first trailer for their upcoming thriller Law Abiding Citizen, which stars Gerard Butler as a man out for revenge.

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Viola Davis, nominated for an Oscar for her role in Doubt, has joined the cast of the Jamie Foxx, Gerard Butler thriller Law Abiding Citizen.

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The real question becomes whether or not Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx should now take the road less traveled, and like Robert Downey Jr. in Tropic Thunder, go for race-change as well.

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Early in the week the news broke that Frank Darabont had dropped out as director of Law Abiding Citizen the new legal thriller starring Gerard Butler. Now we are getting word that F. Gary Gray might be taking over.

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