Think Like a Man Too: Movie Review

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Think Like a Man Too has big shoes to fill. Its predecessor, Think Like a Man, was a box office success and fan favorite. The sequel maintains what made the first film a hit, but a few unnecessary additions keep it from greatness. The Players: Director: Tim Story Screenwriters: Keith Merryman, David A....

Box Office Roundup: "Go Shove Yourself, San Diego"

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So, though we haven't made a huge deal of it, Screencrave will be turning out the lights. Maybe for a while, maybe permanently (we should have some Comic-con coverage coming next month). Which means my eight-year tenure (including my time at Chud) of writing about box office is coming to an end. And I have some thoughts about that.

Ben Affleck's Solo 'Batman' Movie Rumored For 2019

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There are a lot of rumors circling Warner Bros.' DC release date schedule. Not only do we have Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League coming, but rumor has it that the studio also plans to release standalone movies for Shazam!, Sandman, Wonder Woman, and a Flash/Green Lantern team up before 2018. But what about Batman? Well, Latino Review...

'Star Wars: Episode 7': Harrison Ford's Leg Broken By Millennium Falcon...

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Last week, word dropped that Harrison Ford had been injured while filming Star Wars: Episode VII. The details of said injury suggested that the actor–who's reprising his role as Han Solo–had been hurt by the Millennium Falcon, the spacecraft he commands in the franchise. Now, Ford's publicist has revealed that it was the actor's leg that was broken by the door of the ship.

Damon Houx's Alternate Top Hundred Films of All Time

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So, this week I released a list of the hundred greatest movies of all time. Yeah, that's pretentious, but listmaking is good to get people curious about cinema. But it hurt to leave so many great films off the list, and some you leave off because if they're not in the top whatever, it doesn't make sense to make them number seventy two. So I asked myself: Can I come up with an alternate top...

'The Bourne' "Whatever They Call the Next One" Bumps to 2016

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Look, I'm the sort of person who has been checking the box office daily for a couple weeks now. And it's for one reason: I want to see if and when The Amazing Spider-Man 2 crosses the $200 Million mark (it hasn't yet, and is limping to get there). Sony is locked into a franchise the public has been slowly rejecting, and yet they haven't publicly changed their plans...

Best New Indie Trailers: 'The Zero Theorem,' 'The Libertador,' 'The...

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We tend to hate on Hollywood studios because of the movie projects they choose to fund (Transformers 4, anyone?). So much of typical Hollywood product tends to be huge, expensive spectacles with little-to-no story, heavy special effects and poor acting. So, we at ScreenCrave have decided to help jump behind the indie film. Below you'll find some of the best indie trailers of the week,...

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': Shredder Is Revealed With Typical Michael...

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While I’m not particularly excited to see the Michael Bay-produced, Jonathan Libesman-directed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, I will admit to being casually curious about the film’s redesign of the iconic characters from my childhood.  So far, we’ve seen the turtles and April O’Neil, today, we finally get a look at the franchise’s...

Damon Houx's Top 100 Films of All Time (Part 2 of 2)

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Writing lists, the actual act of ranking films, is absurd. For most of us who aren’t OCD, there’s really no way to rank one film above another. That said, yesterday I ranked my bottom fifty or so best films out of a hundred. So let’s finish this list out like a boss, yeah?

'Scooby-Doo': Warner Bros. Will Reboot The Film Franchise Because Of Course...

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Today happens to be a day that ends with a “Y” so  you know what that means—an news item about a movie studio with plans to remake a film or to reboot an old TV show as a film.  And lo, today you get both, as Warner Bros. is now hard at work on rebooting the Scooby-Doo film franchise, itself based on the animated TV series.

Mark Ruffalo's Hulk May Get His Own Adventure

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A while back it was rumored that The Avengers: Age of Ultron would be building up to a Planet Hulk type movie,  and now there's more gas on that fire as current Hulk Mark Ruffalo has recently suggested Marvel is now open to a third Hulk stand-alone adventure.

New 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Trailer Gets Serious

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The new trailer for James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy is nothing like the first. It's much more serious and informative, but more importantly, it's 100% better. If you weren't all that excited about this superhero movie, then this new trailer might do the trick. Watch it below.

'The Expendables 3' Trailer: These Guys Are Nuts

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Chances are that your favorite action movie star is in The Expendables 3, unless it's Jean Claude Van Damme in which case you can go to the nearest Target and purchase The Expendables 2 for $7. But, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Staham, Harrison Ford, and even Mel Gibson, those guys will all show up in the upcoming Expendables sequel later this...

Damon Houx's Top 100 Films of All Time (Part 1 of 2)

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Writing lists, the actual act of ranking films, is absurd. For most of us who aren’t OCD, there’s really no way to rank one film above another. Sure, there are the aesthetic and technical merits, but any list is going to be essentially about preference, one that can change in a moment’s notice. Spoilers, both Jaws and Vertigo make my hundred, but who’s to say...

Disney's 'Descendants' First Look: Hispter Children Of Several Disney...

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The Disney Channel has struck upon a novel way in which to merge its classic films with the fickle tween audience it so desperately needs to keep happy: Descendants.  It’s a TV movie which features the teen and tween offspring of classic Disney film villains.  Because what teenage isn’t clamoring to see that kind of TV movie?