Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

It’s hard to have a wedding in a movie where something terrible doesn’t happen; it wouldn’t really be that fun to watch otherwise. It’s not totally unrealistic – after all, crazy people get married too. If we actually lived in a world of mutants and superheroes, they too would get married and it would probably go as well in real life as it does in the movies. Here are some of the most extreme weddings in films – weddings that, provided the bride and groom survive (and not all do), are going to produce some incredibly crazy offspring.



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Dr. Cole Abaius does an in-depth study of some of the worst threequels in order to divine some fantastic filmmaking lessons. What elements of filmmaking should be avoided at all cost and which are only mildly toxic? Find out inside. But bring a barf bag.


What The Dark Knight Has Done: A New Direction at WB

The Dark Knight continues to creep toward a $1 billion dollar box office take. Also, WB kick-starts their online Oscar campaign, making the script available for download.


Rainn Wilson in The Rocker

The Rocker starring Rainn Wilson opened in theaters Wednesday. We decided this warranted a list, but instead of just hashing out a list about 10 movies about rockers that rocked, we wanted to give you ten rockers who rocked in movies that may or may not have even been about rocking.



With only 3 nominees for Best Visual Effects, this should be an easy one to pick, right?


Grade: B+

Spider-Man 3 was a huge disappointment; Shrek the Third was just okay; and now, finally we have Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End in our grasp and it has to have us wondering that maybe we should have started our summer here in the first place…

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