Nobody loves you like Mom, and nobody show their appreciation for motherhood like Fox Home Entertainment. Beginning April 17, just in time for Mother’s Day, the studio with release a bouquet of box office hits on DVD. Headlining Fox’s salute to Mom are the DVD debuts of Nine Months, Working Girl, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, Norma Rae and For the Boys. Yesterday, I received 5 of thes...[Read More]
This past weekends top movies at the Box Office Spy Kids ($12.5 million ) Along Came a Spider ($11.53 million) Bridget Jones’s Diary ($10.73 million) Joe Dirt ($8.02 million) Blow ($8.01 million) Kingdom Come ($7.56 million) Josie and the Pussycats ($4.56 million) Pokemon 3 The Movie ($2.71 million) Enemy at the Gates ($2.67 million) Someone Like You ($2.6 million)
Time is drawing to an end for our first DVD contest. Get your entries in now to win a copy of Charlie’s Angels. Click here to enter.
Artisan Entertainment, the studio who used the internet so well to promote Blair Witch Project is at it again. This time with a sexually explicite site. Center of the World is the title of this film. I went through this site, which is an 18 and over site, and there is some nudity. What surprised me the most is I some how ended up in a live chat with a semi-naked women. Supposedly, the idea behind ...[Read More]
Thanks to Tony, from Iowa Outdoors, and Mike our resident programming guru we we’re able to add a block on the left hand side that shows Release Dates & Upcoming events for the next two weeks. So, instead of always going through the calendar to see what’s coming up, you can check it out on the front page.
Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker are back for a second rush. Check out the he trailer for the much anticipated Rush Hour 2. It’s set to hit theatres August 3rd, 2001. Click here to go see the trailer.
This past weekends top movies at the Box Office Spy Kids ($17.8 million ) Along Came a Spider ($17.1 million) Blow ($12.5 million) Pokemon 3 The Movie ($9.2 million) Someone Like You ($5.5 million) Heartbreakers ($5.1 million) Enemy at the Gates ($3.5 million) The Brothers ($3.0 million) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ($2.99 million) Tomcats ($2.9 million)
At last I have finished the Men of Honor review. It should have been done a week ago but I’m in the midst of a lost of personal stuff. So click here to read the review.
The new Tomb Raider Trailer is online. This trailer gives a little more insight into the movie’s storyline. You can see it by clicking here. Tomb Raider is in theatres June 15th.
Ashley Judd as Catwomen? Well, word has it that it’s true. Ashley has apparently signed to play the role in an upcoming feature film. Word also has it that there will be 2 more Batman movies. One which will be Batman: Year One and the other will be based off of the animated series of same name, Batman Beyond.
This weekends top movies at the box office Spy Kids ($26.6 million) Some One Like You ($10.0 million) Heartbreakers ($7.8 million) Tom Cats (6.4 million) The Brothers ($5.6 million) Enemy at the Gates ($5.4 million) Exit Wounds ($5.25 million) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ($4.9 million) Traffic ($3.83 million) The Mexican ($2.53 million)
In 1962 MGM released a movie based on the true story of Helen Keller called The Miracle Worker. Two Oscars were won for Best Actress (Anne Bancroft) and Best Supporting Actress (Patty Duke). I have been lucky enough to receive the DVD to review. You can read the review here