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Top 5 Evil Movie Computers And Their Threat Levels

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This weekend, Transcendence is hitting the screens in which Johnny Depp uploads his subconscious to a computer which makes us contemplate whether or not that's really a good thing. In honor of the film's release, here's a list of some of the top evil computers and if they have any real life equivalents.

The 2014 Academy Awards: And The Oscars Go To...

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It’s that time of year again: the Academy Awards are upon us.  It’s the 86th annual celebration of the best that cinema has to offer (or the best films that didn’t ruffle the feathers of Academy voters—seriously, people, no Before Midnight?  Come on!).

Box Office Predictions: 'Hercules' Battles 'Lone Survivor'

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It's a relatively slow weekend at the box office, with one new release (The Legend of Hercules) and two pictures expanding (Her, Lone Survivor), which means that we're in the heart of award season movies, and January releases. Mostly adult fare, but then also, Frozen is turning into a phenomenon, so it could be an interesting race for the top slot.

Alfonso Cuaron and Martin Scorsese Lead the 2013 DGA Nominations

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The DGA nominations (and usually the winners) are one of the clearest bellwethers for how the Oscars are going to go down. This year's five nominations helps set up a playing field, and it's one where David O. Russell and Martin Scorsese will compete for the same award.

ScreenCrave's Top 20 Films of 2013

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What is there to make of 2013's cinematic year? Like most years it started slow and small, got big and interesting, then wore out its welcome for a while until Fall came with some great pictures... but also more junk. At this point it's getting pointless to begrudge sequels as they are the way of the world, but this was also the year that comic book movies figured out how to be a part of the...

Her: Movie Review

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Spike Jonze's Her is a beautiful film that fills audiences with hope even with an ever-changing digital landscape. It's comical and has a lighthearted feel that emanates. Unfortunately, it's slightly predictable and drawn out story stops it from being the perfect movie.

Oscar Scuttlebutt: And Here Come the Critics Awards

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Though critics and the academy act independently of each other, there's a sense that one informs the other, or at least helps narrow the playing field. This week saw the release of Out of the Furnace, which was obviously intended to be in the Oscar conversation. And no matter how many screeners get sent out, with poor box office and no critical support, it's going to...

'Her' Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlett Johansson are in Love!

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Spike Jonze is often a prankster with a sad heart, and his latest, Her, looks to follow the leads of his other films like Being John Malkovich and Where the Wild Things Are. Here he brings together Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Rooney Mara and Scarlet Johansson for this tale of a lost man and the love of his life.