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TMP got the chance to review The Rite on blu-ray, thanks to Warner Bros, and found it a fairly thought-provoking film that seemed confused as to what it actually wanted to do.
To celebrate the release of TRON Legacy on Blu-ray and DVD on April 5, The Movie Pool recently had the chance to sit in on Q&A sessions with the Oscar-winning minds behind the sensational visual effects in the film. The first is with TRON Legacy Visual Effects Supervisor Eric Barba of Digital Domain. Barba won an Academy Award (shown below) for his work on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It is one of many David Fincher-directed projects that Barba has worked on, including Zodiac and a number of his commercials. His other credits include The Fifth Element and Supernova.
Yup, we're back! After a much needed hiatus, Cinema Showdown has returned. Why the leave of abscense? Well, it's simple; February sucked, and there's was nothing to watch. But the next couple weeks look awesome, with tons of quality choices hitting the cineplex. But first, let's get rid of February, shall we?
This week we have the return of two of the biggest comedy names in Hollywood; Nicolas Cage and his hair. Also, the Farrelly Brothers are back. But which comeback is worth you time and, more importantly, money this weekend? That's right, everyone: It's time for another Cinema Showdown!
This week, one is the lonliest number that you'd ever do. Two can be as bad as one... but there's still only one. So... yeah, Cinema Showdown: Inner Struggle Edition.
Part of me feels bad that most of the news we've highlighted this week seemed to focus on the release of new movie trailers. But then the really geeky side of me is exhilarated by all of the sweet new footage we've got. This time of year, we're getting into the Holiday movie season (which is really only second to the Summer season), and with the big movies coming out, that typically means the big movies for the Summer are pumping out trailers to go with them. Thus this weeks trailer madness. Oh well, while the trailers I'm about to show you aren't actually for a movie release, they are no less awesome for it.
While the genre spent many years appealing to a niche audience and suffering terrible adaptations, comic book movies have found their way into the mainstream. Now that they have, though, is it possible we're being overwhelmed by them?
We pick the actors today to play the Marvel heroes (and villains) of tomorrow!