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Review: Jurassic World

— by RON WILKINSON — Director Colin Trevorrow lands on the audience with both feet and eight claws in this thermo-nuclear explosion of dinosaur interactions that go horribly wrong. This is exactly what one would expect, given that mankind seems intent on finagling chromosomes until Hammo[...]

Four Stars Join The Lego Movie Cast

Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks, Chris Pratt and Morgan Freeman will lend their vocal talents to the LEGO world, starring as characters in the upcoming original 3D animated LEGO feature, currently in production, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures. The first-ever full-length[...]

Review: The Five-Year Engagement

— by ADAM DALE — Tom (Jason Segel) and Violet (Emily Blunt) have only known each other for a year. After meeting at a New Year’s Eve party, they just seemed to click and now he wants to propose. After she accepts, everything seems great. Tom is a sous chef at an upscale San Francisco [[...]

Trailer: The Five-Year Engagement

— by ALEXA MILAN — When most romantic comedies draw to a close, the couple at the heart of the story rides off into the sunset to live happily after. But as anyone who has ever planned a wedding can attest, life goes on, and the trip down the aisle is rarely so smooth sailing. […][...]

Trailer Talk: ‘What’s Your Number?’

— by LYNN TACKITT — Have you ever gotten into a dating slump where you wonder if you will ever find “the one”? You tend to just gloss over the past relationships and know they didn’t work out, but can’t exactly remember why. Ally Darling (Anna Faris) has come to that poin[...]

Two Clips from ‘Take Me Home Tonight’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — I’m all about waxing nostalgic about the ’80s. Sure, I was barely 5 when they were over, but still. It was the decade in which I was born, and I delight in remembering the quirky, weird, tacky yet awesome things that made the ’80s what they were (e[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Take Me Home Tonight’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — Sometimes, a little bit of nostalgia is good for the soul. Just ask the boys of this year’s “Hot Tub Time Machine.” Here’s hoping the same rings true with next year’s ’80s romp “Take Me Home Tonight.” Matt (Topher Grac[...]