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Sony Pictures Offers Free Admission to ‘White House Down’ For Active Military And Veterans on July 4
Sony Pictures Offers Free Admission to ‘White House Down’ For Active Military And Veterans on July 4
As a thank you to America’s troops, active military personnel and veterans will be admitted with one guest to see Columbia Pictures’ White House Down on July 4 at any Regal Entertainment Group, AMC, Cinemark, or Carmike Cinemas theater, Sony Pictures Entertainment said today...
Star Trek: Into Darkness, Great Sequel But Falls Short From The Mark
Star Trek: Into Darkness, Great Sequel But Falls Short From The Mark
Star Trek: Into Darkness is a sequel to J.J Abrams’ 2009 “reboot” of the franchise. I put reboot in quotations because I don’t really consider it a restart of the series. I consider the new films set in their own alternate timeline because one of stamps the series was famous for was alternate realities and time travel. Well it’s just that it’s Star Trek in an alternate timeline and the sequel to t
Weekend Releases
Weekend Releases
It's Super Bowl weekend, traditionally not a huge one at theaters, but this weekend sees three new films all going for different audiences. One is a supernatural-teen tale reminiscent of 'Twilight,' the next brings a longtime action star in for another round, and the last is crime story featuring three very fine actors.
University of Chicago Receives Mysterious Package Addressed to ‘Indiana Jones’
University of Chicago Receives Mysterious Package Addressed to ‘Indiana Jones’
Here's an item movie fans will love ---  the University of Chicago's admissions department recently received a package addressed to none other than Indiana Jones, who, according to lore, once attended the school as a student. Needless to say, the mysterious parcel set off a round of intense speculation. Where did it come from and who sent it?

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