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DVD and Blu-ray Picks for February 5 - 11

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We’re starting to get some of the Fall’s Oscar Pictures hitting home video, one of the most interesting documentaries of the year, and one classic Walt Disney film from the vaults. Not a bad weekend for home video.

Oscar Scuttlebutt: The Crazy Best Picture Race

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This year isn't done yet, which was proven this past week by a sudden change in the Best Picture race. A couple of dark horses are starting to emerge, throwing some people's previous predictions of the winners out the window. At this rate we're uncertain as to what the field may look like, but boy is it fun to watch. 

Box Office Roundup: 'Breaking Dawn' Breaks no Records

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 – New Vampires
As the Twilight franchise comes to an end the final movie, Breaking Dawn - Part 2, made a crap-ton of money this weekend, but not enough to set any records (it isn't even the highest opening weekend for a Twilight film). Oh well, the makers are going to have to settle for a crap-ton of money.

Box Office Roundup: 'Skyfall' is a Killer

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Bond is back so hard you guys. Skyfall ended up making $90 Million in America over the last couple days, which puts it on track to make more unadjusted money than any previous Bond movie. Quantum of Solace, the current record-holder, topped out at $168, and that sounds pretty doable. In fact, it may be close to that next weekend....

Box Office Predictions: 'Skyfall' To Rule Them All

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So it's a James Bond weekend at the box office. Though Steven Spielberg's Lincoln also opens in limited release this Friday, the only picture going wide is Skyfall, which is already on Imax screens, and the picture has already made $321 Million internationally. It's doesn't need America to be a success, but it's going to be big stateside as...

Budweiser Wants To Be Removed From 'Flight'

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In Flight, Denzel Washington plays a boozehound pilot who miraculously keeps an airplane from crashing. Things have been going very well for Flight – the film has garnered good reviews, praises for Washington's "Oscar-worthy" performance, and also managed to have a healthy box office debut this past weekend. But there's been a slight turn of events, as some...

Box Office Roundup: 'Wreck-It Ralph' Clobers Top Spot

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In what must amount to a pleasant surprise, the box office roared back to life this weekend after many theaters were closed because of Hurricane Sandy. Wreck-It Ralph did nearly $50 Million, while Flight performed stronger than expected. People wanted to go to the movies this weekend.

Box Office Predictions: 'Wreck-It Ralph' Should Be Top Dog

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"WRECK-IT RALPH"   (Pictured) RALPH (voice of John C. Reilly) amongst other video game bad guys.  ©2012 Disney. All Rights Reserved.
When it comes to the numbers this week, there are now X factors that could make all predictions slightly off. And that's what happens when you have a disaster like Hurricane Sandy. But it's a crazy week in general between that and Tuesday's election, and it's hard to know if people will want to go to the movies or not.

'Flight' Offers an Extended TV Spot

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It feels weird that Robert Zemeckis's return to live action filmmaking isn't a little more buzzed about. The man directed Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Forrest Gump and Cast Away. But spending nearly a decade chasing motion capture technology (only to be trumped by James...

'Flight' Trailer: Robert Zemeckis And Denzel Washington Land A Crashing...

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After doing battle with a runaway train in Unstoppable, Denzel Washington’s continuing cinematic battle against large-scale modes of transport gone awry continues in Robert Zemeckis’ Flight.  In the film, Washington manages to land a crashing commercial airplane in a populated area.  Amidst a blaring soundtrack by The Rolling Stones, the wild Flight...