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Trailer Reviews for July 16, 2010

The summer is a very stressful (and expensive) time for people who love movies. So many good movies come out during the May to September peak season that it becomes like movie triage trying to pick one. This week we’re got four movies to add to the already huge list of titles available to the multiplex goer. Two of them are big budget titles: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Inception, and two of them are smaller/foreign movies you’ve probably never heard of: Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky and Mr. Nobody. Hopefully these trailer reviews can help you place the new arrivals on your must-see, might-see, and leave to fester and die lists.

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Trailer Reviews and Predictions for the Weekend of July 9th, 2010


This is a relatively slow weekend for new movies (for the summertime, of course) but that still doesn’t mean you’ll be able to catch up on the ones you missed, because there are three titles, each worthy of someone’s attention (depends who the someone is). They are: Despicable Me (good for families), Predators (good for horror movie buffs), and The Kids Are Alright (for people who are all about the meaningful looks into humanity). Of course, they’re also putting the World Cup Finals on the big screen (in 3d no less), but I won’t mention those because no one in Canada (at least no one who’s ME) cares about soccer.

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Trailer Reviews for the Weekend of July 2nd, 2010

There are two big movies coming out this weekend… well, I say “coming out” in the sense that they’ve already come out because they were too impatient to wait for the actual weekend. Twilight: Eclipse had teenage girls lining up for in on Wednesday morning and The Last Airbender (formerly Avatar: The Last Airbender but they dropped the “Avatar” part so they wouldn’t be confused with James Cameron’s blue thing) premieres tonight. Making their appearances on the actual weekend will be Solitary Man and the limited release of The Girl Who Played With Fire. Hopefully my trailer reviews will help you decide if any of them are worth your time.
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Opening Weekend Predictions for June 25, 2010

Agora, Cyrus, Exit Through the Gift Shop, Grown Ups, This Movie is Broken, Knight and Day: there are six movies premiering this week. Next week, there’ll be five more. And the week after that. The summer movie schedule is nothing if not hard to keep up with. Did you know that there was once a time when you were lucky to get one new movie every three months? And there was only one theater? Back then, in the Dark Ages (aka the Golden Age of Film), it was actually possible to be one person and keep on top of things. Now we’ve got to perform a sort of emergency triage on Friday night when the films pour into the cinema. What to see? What’s the highest priority? Hopefully my analysis of the trailers for this week’s offerings will help you make your decision.

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Cardboard Ball: Opening Weekend Predictions for June 4, 2010

I don’t know about you, but I thank the movie gods every day for the existence of trailers. By watching a trailer, you can tell if a movie is going to be worth your time. It only takes a minute or two and it’s FREE. Even if it’s a minute of total torture, it’s better than 120 consecutive moments of torture that cost ten bucks.

If your crystal ball (crystal computer screen?) is malfunctioning or you just haven’t inherited the Inner Eye, tune in every Thursday and I’ll give you my predictions for each of the films opening that weekend at Empire Theaters. Each one is hand crafted with the help of my trusty cardboard ball and my vast knowledge of film. 🙂

I’m predicting you will click to read more about this week’s films, Get Him to the Greek, Harry Brown, Killers, Marmaduke, Raajneeti, and Splice.

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