Our friends the Fine Brothers have filed the latest episode of their popular “Spoiler” series — 50 Movie Spoilers of 2010 in 3 Minutes, in one take. You might remember that we’ve featured their videos 50 Christmas Movie Spoilers in 3 Minutes, 100 Movie Spoilers in 4 minutes, Spoiling Every Best Picture Winner in Oscar History, 50 spoilers of 2009 in 4 minutes, 100 Horror Movie Spoilers in 5 Minutes, 50 Disney Spoilers in 3 Minutes and 50 Comedy Spoilers in 3 Minutes. Hit the jump to watch their latest. And if it isn’t completely obvious already, please be warned that the following video contains spoilers.
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In honor of Walt Disney Animation releasing it’s 50th full length film Tangled, our friends the Fine Brothers have filed the latest episode of their popular “Spoiler” series. You might remember that we’ve featured their videos 100 Movie Spoilers in 4 minutes, Spoiling Every Best Picture Winner in Oscar History, 50 spoilers of 2009 in 4 minutes, and 100 Horror Movie Spoilers in 5 Minutes. Hit the jump to watch their latest. And if it isn’t completely obvious already, please be warned that the following video contains spoilers.
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This Week in DVD & Blu-ray: Robin Hood, The Secret in Their Eyes, Community (Season 1), Modern Family (Season 1), and More
Posted on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 by Adam Quigley
This Week in DVD & Blu-ray is a column that compiles all the latest info regarding new DVD and Blu-ray releases, sales, and exclusive deals from stores including Target, Best Buy and Fry’s.
COMMUNITY (SEASON 1)
It’s been asserted more than once that Community didn’t start becoming good until well into its first season, and while I’d agree that the series became more assured as it went on, I’d disagree that its early episodes are any less worth watching than its later ones. When the series first aired, people (me included) hadn’t yet gotten a grasp on what Community was trying to be. Rewatching the pilot now though, its self-aware, satirical undertones are far more prevalent. This is a show that understands the age we live in, and seeks to playfully mock and celebrate it. It’s a show that’s unafraid to openly admit that the initially introduced budding romance between two characters didn’t have the spark it was supposed to, and then slyly develop it into a more chemistry-infused love triangle—one that’s as parodic as it is compelling. Is Community a sitcom, or a deconstruction of sitcoms? It’s both, among other things, and by the time it finds its groove, the balance it strikes between the two is pitch-perfect. When the series truly soars though, is when it takes on a more specific genre, such as action movies in the fan-favorite episode “Modern Warfare”. If you gave up on Community early on, and need an incentive to start watching again, this is the episode that will convince you to do so.
Available on Blu-ray? No.
Notable Extras: Cast & Crew Commentary on Every Episode, Outtakes!, Creative Compromises, Community Season One Cast Evaluations, “Advanced Criminal Law” Alternate, Season One Highlight Reel, Mini Episodes, Communication Studies Extended Producer’s Cut, and The Art of Discourse Commentary.
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Posted on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 by Russ Fischer
How does a good idea become a terrible movie? That’s the perennial question in Hollywood, where the intersection of creative ideas, business sense and big egos can so easily produce something very different from what was originally intended.
That seems to have been the case with Robin Hood, which was originally meant to be based on a hot screenplay by Ethan Reiff and Cyrus Voris called Nottingham. Then Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott came along and everything changed. Eventually the result was a film that stands at less than %50 Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and was beat by Iron Man 2 in that film’s second weekend. So what happened?
If you haven’t seen Robin Hood, treat everything after the jump as mildly spoilerish.
Posted on Monday, May 17th, 2010 by David Chen
In this week’s /Filmcast, David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Adam Quigley ring in their 100th episode by discussing piracy, movie adaptations of plotless games and toys, and the plot/casting of Rian Johnson’s upcoming film, Looper. Rian Johnson joins us for this episode, with his unique banjo stylings and photoshop skills. Rian’s episode of Breaking Bad airs this Sunday on AMC at 10 PM EST.
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Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood is out in theaters everywhere today, but regardless of whether or not the film is any good, it will probably get steamrolled at the box office this weekend by Iron Man 2 and next weekend by the last Shrek film, adding to a string of financial disappointments for Universal (a list which includes Wolfman and Green Zone). Does it actually deserve a better fate? Hit the jump for some of my brief thoughts, and feel free to leave your own in the comments section.
Posted on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 by Peter Sciretta
Photographers try to snap photos of stars on the red carpet at the Palais
In this Cannes Blog, I include some photos from my first day in Cannes, give some commentary about my experiences thus far, and provide a mini review of Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood.
Posted on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 by Peter Sciretta
Ridley Scott‘s Robin Hood is set to open up this year’s Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday night, but early reviews have begun to leak out over the weekend. The reviews range from mixed to not-so-positive. Check a sample of excerpts after the jump:
Universal Pictures held their junket for Ridley Scott‘s Robin Hood over the weekend, but I was unable to catch a screening of the film. A /Film reader named Ruggerman has sent in an early review. Their opinion of the movie seems to be in line with the views of some of the critics I’ve talked with over the past few days. For anyone interested, you can read the review after the jump.