A few weeks back, I reviewed Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian as part of This Week in Blu-ray. Since then, I’ve taken a second look at the film and found quite a few references to pop culture and other films. Could this movie be smarter than I initially thought possible? Perhaps…
On to another month of This Week in Blu-ray, we charge into a magical December filled with Terminators, Basterds, gangsters and teenage wizards. And that’s just what I have to deal with before I ever sit down to watch any Blu-rays.
As promised, The Reject Report is back with the final Memorial Day weekend numbers. All I have to say is that if you throw out my bonehead weekend prediction for Terminator: Salvation my picks turned out not too badly.
We have a long Memorial Day weekend ahead here at the Reject Report, and a very competitive weekend with three new movies rolling out. One, Terminator Salvation, is out Thursday while the other two, Dance Flick and Night at the Museum II, roll out Friday.
Welcome to the much-awaited special Reject Report Summer Box Office Preview, where we take a look at what may go down at the box office this summer with your favorite movies! Who will be the summer box office champ: Star Trek? Wolverine? Transformers 2? Harry Potter?
The brilliant British actor took some time out from his hosting prep to talk to us about the world of indie film, his role at the Independent Spirit Awards, and a few details about his recurring role as a 3-inch tall figurine.
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