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If you think that January is a complete waste for movies, you’re right. You’re just not as right as you thought.

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Highlander: The Source

In a futuristic dystopia, Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) and his fellow immortals go in search of The Source, a mythic entity they’re being guided to by Duncan’s wife Anna (Thekla Reuten). Standing in their way is The Guardian (Christian Solimeno), a former immortal who is doomed to ensure others never reach The Source.

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The Eight Best Films About Texas

In honor of the South By Southwest festival in Austin a few weeks back and this weekend’s AFI Dallas Film Festival, and to celebrate the fact that Neil has very little power over me while he’s still recovering from oversized novelty margaritas, I’m presenting this Lone Star-themed Top Eight list.

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The Nines

Part One: Gary is upside down. After a handle of booze and a sizable crack rock, Gary (Ryan Reynolds) lands his car upside down the old fashioned way and ends up under house arrest with a cheery publicist named Margaret (Melissa McCarthy). He’s hoping a romance with his mysterious neighbor Sarah (Hope Davis) will cure his boredom. Gavin (Ryan Reynolds) is desperate to see his pilot television series get picked up by the network. He’s written it specifically for friend Melissa McCarthy (Melissa McCarthy), but when executive Susan (Hope Davis) tells him that Melissa can’t star, he’s forced to choose between a friend and his passion. Gabriel (Ryan Reynolds) is enjoying the countryside with his wife Mary (Melissa McCarthy) and his daughter Noelle (Elle Fanning). When their car breaks down, he meets a jogger named Sierra (Hope Davis) who inexplicably wants to steal him away from his family. If you’re confused, you’re right where screenwriter/director John August wants you. Part Two: The Nines is all of these stories – interlocking their themes and meanings as each plot plays out. Each character is the same person, played by the same actor, but living different lives that bump into one another. In an effort to be more confusing, it’s also fundamentally a science fiction film. But The Nines isn’t convoluted or difficult without a purpose, and that purpose is entertaining to the core. The brilliant story, told in three parts by veteran scribe John August in his first spin with the director’s […]

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Lindsay Lohan Joins the Manson Girls

Remember Lindsay Lohan? That lovable scamp that melted our hearts in Disney’s remakes of its own movies, then grew up, flashed her special parts to the public, and made crappy movies between stints in rehab? Whatever happened to her?

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Harvey Dent Protestors

Clowns came out to protest a recent stop on the tour of the Harvey Dentmobile, the campaign for Harvey Dent to take back Gotham. With their signs of “Change We Can’t Believe In” and “Your Future, Decided with a Coin Flip”, they are eerily reminiscent of our own, real world politics.

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Justice League

George Miller gets denied a tax break for his upcoming project… For the Justice League, the hits just keep on coming.

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Lena Headey

The sexy up-and-comer takes her 300 and ‘Sarah Conner’ fame to Ridley Scott’s next project.

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Despite the sugar-coated trailer that’s hit the web recently for Wall-E, the main premise of the film is a strong indictment of American society – a population of obese humans have trashed and polluted their planet beyond inhabitability.

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Muppets

The creators of Forgetting Sarah Marshall turn toward a Jim Henson classic.

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Foul number one. No breastfeeding in a movie theater. I would have thought that was common sense.

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