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Gone and Definitely Forgotten: 15 Films You Probably Forgot Came Out...

Wow, we're already a month into 2012. Can you believe it? Hell, it seems like yesterday when we were looking forward to the New Year. Now, we're already 1/12 of the way done with it!  Despite how fast it feels at the current moment, years are actually pretty damn long.  Because of this, it's pretty easy to forgot about mediocre films.  A year after the fact, I always gawk in amazement that certain films came out the year previously.  It seemed like such a long time ago, yet it's only been twelve months.  Below is fifteen of these films, the unsung losers of 2011.  They may not be bad...but they are certainly forgetable.  

TMP Reviews: Leaving Las Vegas on Blu-ray!

The Movie Pool drinks in the first-ever Blu-ray release of Leaving Las Vegas!

TMP Reviews: Drive Angry on Blu-ray!

The Movie Pool revs up for the Blu-ray release of Drive Angry!

Cinema Showdown: February 25-27

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!

News Bits: Rise of the Apes, Sucker Punch, Toy Story, Green...

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's edition comes with first looks, sweet posters, a nifty trailer, and even more movie goodness.

Blackout – Book Review

Beloved authors Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicola Yoon celebrate the beauty of Black love in Blackout,...

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