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Avatar, The Movie

"Avatar" is an upcoming 3-D science fiction epic film directed by James Cameron, due to be released on December 16, 2009, that describes how humans employ Avatars to forcibly evacuate peaceful aliens from their mineral-rich forests.

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www.noteviljustwrong.com

Over 3 years in the making with a budget of over $1million, this explosive documentary exposes the distortions and hypocrisy of Gore and the global warming “industry.” It explains the true costs of environmental policies like “cap-and-trade” now befo

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Guardian

The number of films being produced by Hollywood is set to fall by more than a third as the major studios struggle against a twin threat, industry analysts say. Their problems stem from a dearth of funding and from the digital revolution

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Popular Science

The dead have risen and you need to make a fast choice; run for the mall, where you'll be spotted, but there are food, guns and shelter, or go hide in the country, picking off zombies one by one. What do you do?

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NY Mag

Ira Stoll of the Future of Capitalism makes the amusing point that Paramount Vantage, the distributor for Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story, is controlled by Viacom, "on whose board sit none other than Sumner Redstone and former Bear Stearns e

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Universal Studios

Preview of soon to be released movie just in time for Halloween...Benneccio Del Torro, Anthony Hopkins...ooh scary!

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Freedom Fighter Radio

Actor Patrick Swayze died today after a 20-month battle with pancreatic cancer his publicist confirmed to ABC News. He was 57.“Patrick Swayze passed away peacefully today with family at his side after facing the challenges of his illness for the last

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THE PHOENIX LIGHTS

PHOENIX (2/11/08) -- The night of March 13, 1997 strange lights were witnessed flying over the Phoenix sky. For years the lights have remained a mystery, which have led to a number of hypotheses ranging from UFOs to military exercises to weather balloons. But there was something more. That night, under the cover of strange lights in the sky, a "man" appeared in Phoenix unleashing a series of mysterious events. Who was he? Where was he from? Why did he come? This is the story of the Appearance of a Man and the Phoenix Lights Mystery

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Reuters

Capitalism is evil. That is the conclusion U.S. documentary maker Michael Moore comes to in his latest movie "Capitalism: A Love Story."

Blending his trademark humor with tragic individual stories, archive footage and publicity stunts, the 55-year-old launches an all out attack on the capitalist system, arguing that it benefits the rich and condemns millions to poverty.

"Capitalism is an evil, and you cannot regulate evil," the two-hour movie concludes. [Actually you can't regulate capitalism, or it isn't capitalism.]

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Reuters

Walt Disney Co said on Monday it plans to buy Marvel Entertainment Inc for $4 billion in a deal that would add characters like Iron Man, Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four to its entertainment empire.

Disney is striking the biggest media deal of the year so far -- one that will unite the Incredible Hulk and Mickey Mouse -- at a time when the media business is struggling to cope with spending cutbacks by both consumers and advertisers.

 

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www.ew.com

RED DAWN, the first ever PG-13 rated movie, which was controversial when it openned, but retained a loyal fan base,...is being remade by MGM.   Filming in Detroit (perhaps because it already resembles a DMZ) and southern Michigan, the actors are not only different, but the plot has been changed as well. The Cold War is over, after all, and the Cubans can't even make it to Miami.   To learn more, click on these links:   http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1810035219/info

It also seems Tom Cruise's son Connor will be starring?!?! http://www.getback.com/gallery/movie-stars-kids/3002442
Along with the new Tiberius Kirk as Jed Eckard. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1234719/

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YouTube - Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino's blood-drenched fantasy of Jewish GIs who slaughter the top Nazis, "Inglourious Basterds," dazzled German critics who said Thursday it ripped up the rulebook for World War II films.

Ahead of the film's international release this week, German reviewers were rapturous over the fictitious squad of Nazi killers who stop the Holocaust and take brutal revenge, with some calling the picture "historic" and "important." 


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BreitBart.com

Quentin Tarantino's blood-drenched fantasy of Jewish GIs who slaughter the top Nazis, "Inglourious Basterds," dazzled German critics who said Thursday it ripped up the rulebook for World War II films.

Ahead of the film's international release this week, German reviewers were rapturous over the fictitious squad of Nazi killers who stop the Holocaust and take brutal revenge, with some calling the picture "historic" and "important."

Only a handful expressed qualms over Tarantino's trademark gore-splattering, most relishing the cinematic massacre of the Nazi brass including Adolf Hitler by a band of Jewish-American soldiers, led by Brad Pitt, as deeply satisfying.

"'Inglourious Basterds' is brazen, a declaration of war, a pleasure," the normally staid Frankfurter Allgemeine daily said.

"Tarantino shows the Nazis as they really were: a pack of pompous trash -- thoroughly trivial bad guy

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RunPee

Your in the middle of watching a movie, and you really, really need to pee.  Don't want to miss anything good?  Look up on your phone when is a good time to make the dash. 

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