Call this a Hanukkah present or an early Christmas present from Peter Jackson and WB. The much anticipated return to Middle Earth, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, comes to theaters next December. Enjoy!
Obviously the creators of The Smurfs poster has never been to New York City. There’s no cellphone reception on the subway!
In honor of Captain America: The First Avenger coming out this weekend, we have a list of Marvel’s best movies! http://www.mrqe.com/lists/marvel/marvels-best-movies
Marc Webb’s new Spiderman film starring Andrew Garfield doesn’t look as good as Sam Raimi’s movie. http://www.mrqe.com/movie_reviews/spiderman-m100046969
This week brought us a great crop of trailers, including one for the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, an exciting Sherlock Holmes sequel, Steven Soderbergh’s upcoming horror-thriller, a 3D kids’ flick from Martin Scorsese, and a new live-action Sci-Fi epic from the director of Finding Nemo and WALL-E. Click the picture or the link below to check those all out, as well as the awesome new digital poster for The Hunger Games.
The new The Dark Knight Rises trailer finally hit the web officially, so we no longer need to rapidly search Youtube for copies recorded by shaky cell phone cameras in a movie theater before they’re taken down. It’s an interesting trailer, mostly of footage from the first two films in the trilogy, but definitely worth checking out. Watch it in HD here.
Harry Potter isn’t the only series to close it’s book. Take a look at other classic final installments — some that are iconic, and others that should have stuck with it’s final chapter. Click the image, or read the full post here.
John Carpenter’s first movie in a decade is The Ward, but it’s doing very poorly with critics with a low MRQE Metric of 38. Check out MRQE Rewind to see some of the classics from the legendary John Carpenter’s heyday.
The new movie poster for the “cancer comedy” 50/50 coming out this fall. Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt coming from acclaim for his performance in “Inception” (MRQE Metric: 83) and Seth Rogen coming off his acclaim in… stoner comedies, do you think the film will be tasteless or successful?
This week we revisit the wet and wild actioner The River Wild (MRQE Metric: 60), starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon. Read the full post by clicking the poster or clicking here.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon was unleashed into theaters this week, and it’s already breaking box office records for the year. With these “robots in disguise” waging their continued war on humanity, we thought the time was right for us to explore the complex relationship between man and machine in film. Enjoy our list of cinema’s most iconic robots!
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