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What did they do to our cute little Trolls?
January 28th, 2016 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


There is a Trolls movie coming on November 4th, but they don’t look like the sweet little dolls that we rubbed on their hair for good luck. They still have the long hair standing above their heads, but they don’t have those awwwdorable faces we love so much. I don’t know why, because that is what helps to make them so lovable.
Is that enough to turn me against seeing the movie? No, it looks like it will be very enjoyable. I will just wait until it is on Netflix.

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2015’s biggest movies as told by Lego!
January 18th, 2016 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


Several sites have edited together a look back at the biggest movies from 2015, but only Toscano Bricks did it by using only Lego. Since I didn’t see a lot movies last year, I only caught the Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoiler (I still haven’t seen it, but everyone keeps spoiling that one key plot point for me) and the elevator scene from Fifty Shades of Grey. Which movies did you spot?
Even though, I haven’t seen most of those movies, the build up (get it) makes me want to see more of them. Seriously, how brilliant is this video? I thought it was pretty amazing what kids can do with Lego today, but this shows that even adults can create masterpieces with them too.

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Shhhh, J.J. Abrams secretly filmed a sequel to Cloverfield!
January 15th, 2016 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


In 3 days, it will be 8 years since Cloverfield came out and on March 11th the much anticipated sequel that no one knew was coming is coming out. That’s right, 10 Cloverfield Lane will be stomping into theaters in less than 2 months. It’s hard to tell how good it will be from the teaser, but since it is a J.J. Abrams film you know it is going to be good.

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Does the trailer for Sing Street make you sing?
January 14th, 2016 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


On January 24th, get ready to rock with Sing Street. A movie about a 14 year old boy in Dublin during the ’80s trying to land his dream girl by forming a band. In return, he formed so much more in what looks like sweet movie that can be enjoyed over and over again.
What really stuck out for me in this trailer is how much one of the actors looks like a young John Cusack, did you see it too or is just me?

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The good news, Michael Bay is no longer directing Transformers films
January 4th, 2016 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


The bad news, he is directing one more. He told Rolling Stone, “Transformers, I still have a great time. It’s fun to do a movie that 100 million people will see. But this is the last one. I have to pass the reins to someone else.”
Am I the only person who didn’t know there was still an interest for this franchise? I thought Mark Wahlberg killed Transformers like George Clooney killed Batman.

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Fifty Shades of Black looks worse than Fifty Shades of Grey
December 23rd, 2015 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


I didn’t think that any movie could be worse than Fifty Shades of Grey, turns out there might be one. That movie, is the Wayans Brothers’ latest parody film and Fifty Shades of Black is a spoof of the boring sex film. I didn’t think it was possible to release two unexciting movies about S&M in a year, but turns out you can.
Are you excited to see this feature on January 29th or do you think it should be sent to the red room?

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This year’s biggest movies in one mega-trailer!
December 3rd, 2015 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


JoBlo took bits and pieces from 2015’s biggest films and mashed them all together to create one awesome trailer.
Even though they say that this was a big year for movies, for me it was not. Of all of those movies, I can count on one hand how many of them I have seen. How many of them did you see?

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Captain America: Civil War looks as boring as learning about it in school
November 25th, 2015 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


The first trailer is out for Captain America: Civil War and I didn’t know Superhero movies could be a snoozefest. I guess they can be because I fell asleep just watching the trailer, so imagine what it is going to be like when the movie comes out on May 6th.

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Scott Stapp reviews Creed the movie
November 25th, 2015 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


Scott Stapp heard that there is movie out now called Creed, and to paraphrase Carly Simon’s biggest hit, he’s so vain, he thought the movie was about him. Since the singer thought it was about his band, he ran out to see it. After the credits rolled, he filmed a review and submitted it to Funny or Die. Did he finally realize it was spinoff of the Rocky movies? Nope, but he accepted it With Arms Wide Open.
Will he do the same for Assassin’s Creed? We will just have to wait and see.

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Jem and the Hologram’s box office is truly disastrous!
October 25th, 2015 under Movies. [ Comments: 1 ]


Did you forget that Jem and the Holograms came out this weekend? Don’t worry so did almost everyone else because the movie had the Worst Opening Weekend for a major studio release in over 2,000 theaters and fourth overall in the category.
How low did it go? According to Box Office Mojo, it made a whopping $1,320,000 even though it played in 2,413 theaters. That is an average of just $547 per theater. Ouch!
Not that I am complaining because that is what they get for destroying the classic cartoon and making it into a piece of sh!t film that has nothing to do with the original concept. So we had the last laugh. Ha ha!
Jem wasn’t the only movie that bombed this weekend. Bill Murray’s Rock the Kasbah opened up to just $1,509,816 in 2012 theaters, averaging $750 per theater. Ouch.
All of this news made Zac Efron a very happy man this weekend, because his movie We Are Friends bumped up two spots to 6th Worst Opening Movie and 3rd Worst Opener for a Very Wide Release. So it wasn’t all bad.
In a few weeks, all of these box office numbers will mean absolutely nothing because all we will be talking about is all the records that Star Wars: The Force Awakens breaks.

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