Tag: SUMMER MOVIES
Racism, dick jokes, drugs, foul mouthed teddy bears...either this is Seth MacFarlene's next movie, or we've walked into another weird Mel Gibson/Kevin Smith pool party. Seriously, those two throw THE BEST parties.
But yeah, trailer. Watch it and stuff after the jump.
After over four years of wait, Dr. Horrible fans will finally get there musical fix as the second installment in the series hits cameras. But when is the earliest fans can expect to actually see the film? And for that matter, in what format? Find out what we suspect after the break.
Looking back, I've realized how good a summer it has been at the theaters. The other day, the entire TMP staff recounted our personal favorite films to come out in Summer 2011, and reading all the staff picks beforehand, it dawned on me: this has been an amazing summer for me, for TMP, and for film fans all over. Before I could fully move on to the Fall movie season, I knew I had to make my peace and deliver a final goodbye to the Summer that was 2011 at the movies.
Jumpcut, the official Podcast of TheMoviePool, is back this week and this time around we're talking about the Summer movie season. Easily the most heavily packed time of the year for movie buffs, we discuss what we've seen so far, and what we're most looking forward to.
This Summer TMP is working hard to ensure that you have all the information you need to traverse the dozens of top films coming out over the Summer movie season. Including blockbusters, comedies, and even the art house indie films, TMP has you covered with all of the details.
July is the halfway point of Summer, but in no way is the season slowing down. In fact, July is one of the most packed months of them all, with a whopping 12 films set for release. Even worse, all these films have a shot at topping the box office for not just the Summer, but the entire year! Packed indeed. Let's get to work.(Check out the previous guides for May and June)
Summer 2011 is huge. I've said it once, and I will say it again. Because of the somewhat "overstuffed" nature of the season, it's rather natural for some films to be pushed out of the public eye. Not every wide release this year will make $200 million dollars. They could be huge movies, but they will eventually become the casualty of a crowded marketplace. It's sad, but true. So which films will rise up to the top of the mound and conquer the Summer Box Office? Here's our picks.