When in Rome

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Sexy Japanese nurses! Bloody revenge! Teens with lascivious split personalities! An overdue library book lost in the apocalypse! More bloody revenge! Not MacGruber! Jews and Aussies! Rip Torn’s poop-covered buttocks! And a romantic comedy from the director of Daredevil!

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The romantic comedy is, in many ways, as “pure” as genre as there ever was one, as it requires the strict adherence to owning up on an audience’s specific set of expectations – you know going in that the two central characters are going to end up together, the slight variation (and appeal) of the genre takes place in the journey to that anticipated point.

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Avatar is again the winner of the domestic weekend box office for the seventh weekend in a row with a haul of $30 million. What’s more, the movie has cracked $2 billion in the box office worldwide, the first motion picture in history to do so.

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Kevin Carr sits his chubbiness down and sees if Edge of Darkness and When in Rome can make the grade.

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Well, there isn’t much more to say about Avatar that hasn’t already been said. On Monday it finally set the worldwide box office record, toppling Titanic’s record. Now, it’s only a matter of time before it topples the domestic record as well.

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Fat Guys at the Movies

Neil is still off galavanting at Sundance TwentyTen, so Kevin welcomes Merrill Barr from The Film Stage to the Magical Studio in the Sky to talk about Edge of Darkness and When In Rome.

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Rob Hunter leads you into the valley of despair known as January, with a week-by-week guide of all the major (and limited) releases.

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Since it is Friday and we know that you are probably on Indiana Jones overload at this point, we thought that it might be time to have a little fun.

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