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DVD and Blu-ray Picks for September 3 - 9

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NOW YOU SEE ME
Though there’s no huge title this week, there’s a lot of good little things to find with Now You See Me hitting home video alongside some interesting catalog titles, and the first Mystery Science Theater appearance on Blu-ray.

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for August 13 - 19

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This week offers some great catalog titles, but the new releases are light. Basically, things won’t get exciting until some of the summer’s big titles start hitting home video. Still, there’s some winners here.

The Office: Finale: Episode 24/25 Season 9 – TV Review

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The Office: Finale: Episode 24/25 Season 9 – TV Review
That's it, and that's all for The Office. After nine seasons, it's time to say goodbye to all our friends at Dunder-Mifflin Scranton branch. The 200th and final episode of the venerable NBC series wraps it up with a lot of comedy, plenty of guest stars and, most importantly, one last round of memories from a great TV show. Check below for the full (and...

The Office: Promos: Episode 18 Season 9 – TV Review

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The Office Promos Episode 18 Season 9 – TV Review
The Office returns to the Thursday night line-up with essentially the beginning of the end; tonight's episode, "Promos", centers on the previews of the upcoming TV documentary, and is the first of the final six episodes that will close the book on the series. Check below for the full review...

Superhero News Roundup: 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Gets BJ Novak, 'Iron Man 3'...

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As superhero films and comic book adaptations continue their dominion over the domestic and international box office, we’re hit with a daily deluge of news items about the latest in comic book movie news.  To help make sense of it all, we’ve broken down some of the day’s bigger superhero news items into bite-sized bits for you.

News Roundup: First Look At Josh Brolin In 'Sin City' Sequel, Chocolate...

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Robert Rodriquez is busy filming his Sin City sequel, but he found some time to release some photos of Josh Brolin in character. This is the first look we get of Brolin as Dwight, and he looks like a mad man on a mission. Also, Harry Potter actor Rupert Grint is going into television. He's been cast to play a Kick-Ass-type superhero on a CBS pilot called...

'The Office' Final Episodes Gets A Few Details

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The Office The Target Episode 8 Season 9 – TV Review
As you’ve probably already heard, The Office is finally wrapping up its nine-year run this May, after going a number of years past its prime (honestly, the show really had no need to exist after the season seven episode in which Michael Scott left the offices of Dunder Mifflin).  And, as we inch ever closer to The Office’s eventual close, NBC is starting to let a few...

The Office: Lice: Episode 10 Season 9 – TV Review

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The Office Lice Episode 10 Season 9 – TV Review
With the busy holidays and New Year's revelry finally behind us, The Office returns from its Thursday night TV hiatus with an episode titled "Lice," which means, yeah, tonight's show is about lice. Check below for the full review...

News Roundup: Tina Fey And Amy Poehler Chat In New Golden Globes Promo,...

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Next Sunday we'll finally get what we've all been waiting for – Tina Fey and Amy Poehler making fun of Hollywood, together, in front of a bunch of drunk celebrities. A new promo, featuring the comediennes has been released, and it's just as good as the first. You can see it below, as well as a promo poster featuring the BFF's in high-top chucks. We also have a bunch of new images from movies...

'The Farm': NBC Will Still Air Rejected 'The Office' Spin-Off Pilot

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While the weary, oh so weary, fans of The Office had a double reason to sigh in relief in 2012—at the news that both The Office was getting a long-overdue series finale in 2013, and that the dubious Dwight Schrute spin-off, The Farm, wasn’t happening—it looks like they’re still going to suffer one final indignity before The Office...