Valentine’s Day

As expected, Shutter Island was the winner at the box office this weekend. What was not so expected was the margin of victory: it raked in $40 million dollars and represents the best weekend opening ever for both Leonardo DiCaprio and director Martin Scorsese.

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This week looks fairly calm on the movie front. We have only one new release, Shutter Island, doing battle against the usual holdovers such as Valentine’s Day, Percy Jackson, Avatar and the rest of them.

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At first, I wanted to explore and ask the question of What Can Studios Do To Market to Women, but that seemed cruel and calculated. Instead, I’d like to know what the intelligent, female movie-goer wants.

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This week, on a very special Reject Radio, Scott Weinberg from Cinematical drops by to threaten to hit Ashton Kutcher with a sock filled with poop and suggests a few movies to make you a more rounded horror fan.

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Kevin Carr sits his chubbiness down and sees if The Wolfman, Valentine’s Day and Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief can make the grade.

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The good Dr. Abaius is known widely for his correspondence with Hollywood. And in his most recent letter, he lets director Garry Marshall — a man who has directed his fair share of romantic comedy gems — know what he thinks of his latest film, Valentine’s Day.

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Well, it is certainly odd to go into a weekend without Avatar as either the defending weekend champion or even as a favorite to win the box office — but that is exactly the situation we are facing this weekend at The Reject Report.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Kevin and Neil snuggle up with each other in the Magical Studio in the Sky… what a way to spend Valentine’s Day weekend. They talk about romantic movies like The Wolfman while Neil rants about Valentine’s Day (the movie, not the holiday).

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Hey everyone, we survived the January doldrums! And it wasn’t too bad either, cinematically speaking… Daybreakers and Youth In Revolt were both great fun anyway. So what types of films does February have in store for us? Pretty much a bit of everything actually…

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Test your girlfriend.

Love is in the air for some reason, so we’ve developed a fool-proof way of testing whether your significant other is worth your time. Now for guys!

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Liz and Drew (Jon Hamm) finally go on their first date, which, unbeknownst to Liz, is Valentine’s Day. Jack plans to spend the evening at an exclusive restaurant with Elisa (Salma Hayek), but his plans are put on hold when she insists, being the devout Catholic that she is, on first attending church.

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Semi-Pro Valentine

Jackie Moon wants to send you a very sexy Valentine’s Day message…

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I wouldn’t be your Movie Style Guy if I didn’t help you win her heart this February 14th, now would I?

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It’s been so long that I’ve read anything about Paris Hilton’s acting career that I was surprised to learn that she was actually out of jail and headed to the big screen.

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