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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Weekly Movie News 01-11-2012


Welcome to this week's edition of Movie News which features some really cool new Avenger's photos released by Marvel.com as well as news on Star Trek 2 casting, The Hunger Games, free movie tickets from AMC Theaters, and a bunch of other stuff you do not want to miss.


Featured Movie Reviews:
Here are my latest reviews. Click the posters to check them out.
     


Latest Movie News:

‘Harry Potter’ actor Alan Rickman looks back on decade of dark magic with the Los Angeles Times' Geoff Boucher.



From the web pages of io9.com comes a look at the 70 Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies to Watch Out for in 2012. This is quite the impressive list and may be a sign that 2012 could be a banner year for the movie industry.

Moviefone.com gives readers a 'Hunger Games' crash course that includes everything you need to know about Katniss Everdeen and more regarding the latest book franchise to be brought to the silver screen.

AMC Independent is one reason why AMC Theaters is leading the way in bringing smaller, lesser-known titles to a wider audience. The films being featured by this national chain are some of the best you will see all year including 'Shame', 'The Descendants', and 'The Artist'.

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Local Movie News:
Seattle International Film Festival Sale
Don't miss great savings for SIFF 2012. Take advantage of up to 40% discounts if you purchase before January 18!


The first 'Movie Crew' event of 2012 is here and Central Cinema is once again our location of choice. CLICK HERE to see what movie we will be watching and when.


Current Box Office Top Ten:
1. The Devil Inside - $33.7M
5. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked - $9.5M
6. War Horse - $8.68M
6. We Bought a Zoo - $8.31M
5. The Adventures of Tintin - $6.73M

8. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - $5.48M
9. The Darkest Hour - $3.12M

(Click film titles with hyperlinks to read my reviews)


Opening This Weekend:
Contraband - Mark Wahlberg
The Divide - Michael Biehn
The Iron Lady - Meryl Streep
Joyful Noise - Queen Latifah


Featured Trailers:
This week's trailers are a little bit different than the usual blockbuster debuts that I have been giving you. The first is a look at how the host of this year's Oscar telecast was found and the second is a mash-up of an all time classic Disney movie with what will most likely be the biggest movie of 2012.




2 comments :

  1. Wow...do you have enough here?? On that note...I've adored Alan Rickman since I first watched "Sense and Sensibility" in junior high.

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  2. I even left a few things out! So much movie news, so little blog space.
    Alan Rickman will always be Hans Gruber to me!

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