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Aspiring filmmaker Alex Popov created this concept trailer with a budget of only $150.

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Jack the Giant Slayer is not great, but not at all bad either. Go in with the right mindset, and you'll have a good time. One note on the 3D, though one or two shots in the movie look really cool with it, most of the movie doesn't use it at all. You won't miss anything by saving yourself some money and seeing it in 2D.

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So the fourth "Underworld" movie isn't exactly what you'd call good. But what can you expect with a January release? Still, if you really really like this series, "Awakening" is a decent way to kill 88 minutes.

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This one was hard to rate. Men in Black 3 has problems, and is by no means a great movie, but I couldn't call it "meh" after enjoying it as much as I did. It has the same kind of charm that the first Men in Black did even if it's not as good. Also, the 3D is actually pretty good for a post-conversion. I still didn't think it was worth the $18 ticket, but if you're really into 3D movies, this one has some nice effects.

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Warning: This trailer is not at all safe for work. it contains strong language, violence and some nekkidness from 1:10 to 1:15 and from 2:15 to 2:18.

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It's time to scream for joy! Lionsgate is going to make a Power Rangers movie!



The movie studio is partnering with Saban Brands to import the martial arts team to the silver screen. While there is no news about cast, director or anything concrete, Haim Saban did say this:

They [Lionsgate] have the vision, marketing prowess and incredible track record in launching breakthrough hits from 'The Hunger Games' to 'Twilight' and 'Divergent,." In partnership with the Lionsgate team, we're confident that we will capture the world of the Power Rangers and translate it into a unique and memorable motion picture phenomenon with a legacy all its own.
Will Lionsgate continue the Power Rangers legacy by creating an action movie for kids, or will the new movie(s) embrace a little more grit to appeal to nostalgic adult audiences? By comparing it to "Hunger Games", I'm guessing the latter.



As long as they keep the Green Ranger, who cares?