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The 2013 Summer Movie Season is on and The City of Films has put together your guide of the must-see movies including each superhero extravaganza, highly anticipated blockbusters and the lesser known movies getting a limited release. It’s going to be a huge summer folks, likely one of the highest grossing to date.
- 300: Rise of an Empire will open on March 7 2014 instead of August 2.
- The Aubrey Plaza comedy The To-Do List is moving to July 26 instead of August 16.
It’s The CoF Weekend Preview! Check out what’s opening this weekend and decide what you will be seeing in theaters. There are some big titles coming soon such as Iron Man 3, The Great Gatsby and Star Trek. How will you handle all of this?
It’s here folks, Michael Bay’s low budget, high octane comedy action flick starring show stealer Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Mark Wahlberg (he created Entourage). It looks like mindless fun and will likely earn all its money back by Saturday night (it cost $25million). Look out for a huge jump in the douche population at your local gym after this, weights and stuff bro!
Oh this is still happening? Wow, that’s so sad for all involved. Except maybe Katherine Heigl, she probably deserves another bomb. Question: why is Robin Williams the go to guy for a “funny” priest? In The Big Wedding
he is Father Moinighan, in License to Wed he was Reverend Frank. Is he licensed or what?
It’s being called a science fiction epic and Tom Cruise is unsurprisingly great in it, it’s the film Oblivion and it’s finally opening this weekend after hitting some highs overseas ($60+ million so far). The movie looks to have some great effects; I have no idea what’s going on but I like to look at it. That can’t be a way to sell a movie but it seems to be working. Also, did anyone else catch the Darth Vader looking dude [pic here] in the trailer? I’m going to find out what that’s about.
It’s “welcome to Jurassic Park” right? That’s the line. Anyways, it’s The CoF Weekend Preview! Check out what’s opening this weekend and decide what you will be seeing in theaters. Game of Thrones is on, we’re all fans here so watch that if you want too.
I’ve purchases tickets to check this movie out on Saturday; I will post a review if I’m not too lazy. I stayed away from all the trailers and TV spots after the first red band trailer. There is a lot of positive word surrounding Evil Dead, it looks really gross – I like that.
This movie came out twenty years ago, that’s crazy! The movie still holds up with great effects and storytelling, thank you Spielberg. Will you be checking it out again in 3D this time around? Goldblum in 3D, that’s all I’m saying.
Our very own Kevin Fraser can’t help but want to see this movie; I have to admit as well, it looks entertaining. The plot will be ridiculous and the action will be over the top. Garbage never looked so good.
They want this to happen pretty bad don’t they? They want a franchise like Twilight, or as they put it: “The Host” is the next epic love story from the creator of the “Twilight Saga,” worldwide bestselling author, Stephenie Meyer”. No, no I don’t think so.
Hey, the season finale of The Walking Dead is on this weekend, oh and something called Game of Thrones returns.
Welcome to The CoF Weekend Preview! Check out what’s opening this weekend and decide what you will be seeing in theaters. The preview will now feature on the site every Thursday, giving you more time to think things over and talk to us about what you’re going to bother with. We are here for you.
It’s finally here, the movie many think will satisfy their desire to see scantily clad Disney stars – but what’s this? It’s not really about that? I’m stunned that Harmony Korine didn’t make a movie for the masses and instead made a movie with social commentary that will go over the heads of the audience the studio is trying to impress. The “spring break woo-hoo” is from Friends.
This is opening? Wow this is going to bomb. I’m a big Paul Rudd fan, but this looks pretty bad and has had nothing good to look at in terms of advertising for the flick. Tina Fey is likable to the point of annoyance isn’t she?
The kids can come back to theaters now, and they will for this fun looking movie. The animation is a little off in my eyes, but it’s all about Nic Cage’s voice right?
Why is Aaron Eckhart as an action star still trying to happen? This is Air Force One but in the White House…”get off my lawn!”
When the trailer first came out, it didn’t do much for me, but as time passed with new TV spots and funny posters it grew on me. Jim Carrey is getting rave reviews for his return to making people laugh. Funny story: I told my girlfriend that this movie was opening this weekend, she didn’t really know what it was but when I told who was in it and the gist of it all she seemed to get excited. So I’m thinking this is happening, we will see a movie in theaters this weekend. I emailed her the trailer and asked her later what she thought, she said “It looks…OK”. The delayed “OK” was enough for me to know she will wait for the home viewing option on this one. Hoodwinked again!
This is a WWE Studios production, with Oscar winner Halle Berry. You can’t make that up.