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Video: . As we gear up for a summer jam-packed with superhero goodness, we thought we'd invite a bunch of our closest friends in for a friendly debate which poses the question:
I won't go out of my way to spoil people about new movies, but I think if the movie is something like Planet of the Apes, you should not be protected! How old does a movie have to be before you can talk about the entire thing?
Summer is among us, which for us students means more time to relax and catch up on reading and films. What are your must see documentaries?
This Christmas you can expect Cameron's Avatar to come back en vogue for a good ole holiday push.
Since Superbad, our favorite mini Seth Rogen has been cashing in on his affable demeanor with a string of comedies.
I was so glad to hear on NPR that Hollywood is finally reading ORIGINAL SCRIPTS again. This summer seems to be the first one to reject the sequel. Not that Shrek 4 substantiates my claim, but.... it seems like Iron Man II didn't do what we'd hope.
Seth Rogen plays the spoiled son of a media mogul in this, spoiled kid turned Bruce Wayne film, The Green Hornet. The trailer was just recently released. Any opinions on how this one will turn out, or on the selection of Rogen as the lead? Take a look at the trailer.
The following is a link to the trailer of the film, "The Tillman Story." I took a look at this trailer and it is really a compelling film. However, it seems that it might be too soon for this film, or too late. I really like the trailer because it makes me really want to see this film. Are any of you guys interested in seeing this film and do you think it is relevant and timely?