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Cinelinx’s Favorite Stories from SDCC 2013

SDCC 2013 may be over, but we’re still reeling from the wealth of information we received during the massive event.  We’ve featured a lot of news (information, trailers, posters, etc) over the last few days, some exciting and some SUPER exciting.  So whilst recovering, the Cinelinx team sat down to discuss our favorite things to have come out during Comic-Con this year.  Come inside to check out our picks and share your own!

Christmas Wishlist: What Gamers Want

You've seen our wish lists for the movie buffs in your life, and now the team is back to talk about some of the video game related gifts they'd love to see sitting under their tree. While it's our own personal choices, some of these may help you pick out the perfect gift for the gamer in your life.

Nerd Approved: Smallville: Season Eleven Issue #5 Comic Book Review

Ten seasons for a television show about a super hero is a great track record to hold. Many people believed a show like Smallville might last three seasons at the most. How far can you take the concept of a high school-aged Clark Kent dealing with his new found super powers and saving his hometown from "meteor freaks?" Apparently a long way. When the show ended, fans and DC Comics weren't satisfied and an eleventh season via comic book was launched.

Blu Review: G.I. Joe Renegades Season One Blu-ray

The Movie Pool goes AWOL for the G.I. Joe: Renegades Season One Blu-ray!

Should There Be a Doctor Who Film for the 50th Anniversary?

Doctor Who has been one of the most popular sci-fi franchises since 1963. Next year will be the 50th anniversary of the show. Dr. Who has been translated from TV to books, comics, audio cassetes and even a play. However, what many fans want to see is a big-budget cinematic adaptation of the iconic character. With the 50 year celebration coming up, should there be a Dr. Who film?

Spoiler Talk: The Dark Knight Rises Is As Cathartic as It Is Frustrating

Throughout the previous two Batman films, Christopher Nolan has been mainly tackling two distinct plots within The Dark Knight saga: the story of Bruce Wayne, and the story of Gotham City as a whole. Overall, the story of Bruce Wayne was the bigger focus in Batman Begins, and rightfully so; since the film operated as an origin story, it made perfect sense to focus on the man who would become Batman. But for the sequel, Christopher Nolan expanded his scope a little bit, telling a sweeping story about how Joker and (to a lesser extent) Batman affect the city that is Gotham. Hell, you can make the case that The Dark Knight isn't really even the main character of his own film. The story is really Harvey Dent's. But regardless, that was four years ago. Now, The Dark Knight Rise has finally hit theaters, and geeks everywhere are finally able to see the end of this magnificent franchise. But The Dark Knight Rises is a difficult film to pull off, since director Christopher Nolan is faced with having to finish off not one, but TWO pertinent storylines: the redemption of Bruce Wayne, and the fate of Gotham City as a whole. We here at TMP have all seen the film, and I'm willing to make a bet that you have as well. And now, after over four years of anticipation, we're going to break the film down bit by bit, plot point by plot point. We have a lot of things to say about arguably one of the most anticipated films of the millenium...and not all of them are good. But enough beating around the bush...let's talk some Batman.

***WARNING: THIS ARTICLE IS VERY SPOILER HEAVY FOR NOT JUST THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, BUT FOR THE ENTIRE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY AS A WHOLE. IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THESE FILMS YET, DO NOT READ THIS ARTICLE. TRUST US, IT'S FOR YOUR OWN GOOD.***

The Rocketeer Blu-ray Review!

The Movie Pool gets its Christmas wish: The Rocketeer on Blu-ray!

6 Foolproof Ways to Combat the Most Irate of Twilight Fans

That’s right, movie geeks; it’s that time of year again.  No, not Thanksgiving, or Christmas.  Not winter or Awards Season either.  No, it’s THAT time of year again; once more, we must move aside and give the movie theaters to all the little Twilight fans.  All week, they have be lining up and buying out all the movie theaters in their area to watch the next chapter in the “best franchise ever,” (says one tween I just made up right now).  This is just downright unfair.  There are so many good movies out there right now, and we have to watch as people across the nation spend money on a franchise like Twilight? Even worse, they are controlling the entire movie theater!  How are you possibly going to break through the lines of vampire teens and creepy Twilight moms to go catch a movie this weekend?  Well, TMP is here to help!  With The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 opening in theaters across the nation today, here’s some of the things you can do to ward your theater of those crazy, crazy Twilight fans.

News Bits: Terra Nova, Riddick, The Muppets, Avengers, The Lorax, Muppets, Batman, and More

Welcome back for another edition of News Bits.  What is it you ask?  The film world can get quite overwhelming at times in the news that releases.  Unfortunately some of this news is just too small to warrant a full article. Rather than deprive you of the news, we've created this section.  This week in news bits we’ve first looks, funny stuff, NYCC, and lots more!

Q&A with the Directors of Disney’s The Lion King!

Rob Minkoff and Roger Allers, the directors of The Lion King, discuss the classic Disney film.

Elden Rings, Battlefield 2042, Back 4 Blood, and Exclusive Toy Soldiers...

Welcome to another episode of the 2nd Opinion Podcast! In this episode, we talk about Elden Rings, Battlefield 2042, Back 4 Blood, Evil Dead...

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