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Saturday, January 18, 2014

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For The LEGO Movie In Fresno

Win Tickets To An Advance For Screening For The LEGO Movie on February 1, 2014 at 11:00AM in Fresno.


The LEGO® Movie,” the first-ever, full-length theatrical LEGO® adventure, directed by Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, opens in theaters February 7, 2014. It stars the vocal talents of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman and Alison Brie, with Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman.


The original 3D computer animated story follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world. He is drafted into a fellowship of strangers on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant, a journey for which Emmet is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared.


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DISCLAIMER: ARRIVE EARLY! SEATING IS FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED, EXCEPT FOR MEMBERS OF THE REVIEWING PRESS. THEATER IS OVERBOOKED TO ENSURE A FULL HOUSE. THEATRE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERBOOKING. THIS PASS DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION AND MUST BE SURRENDERED UPON DEMAND. NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT A TICKET AND ONLY REVIEWING PRESS WILL BE ADMITTED AFTER THE SCREENING BEGINS. Duplicate passes will not be accepted. Screening passes are non transferable. This ticket is NOT for resale. Reselling of tickets is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. All those found in violation will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. MPAA - No Recording This screening will be monitored for unauthorized recording. By attending, you agree not to bring any audio and/or visual recording device including laptop computers into the theater and you consent to physical search of have against you. Unauthorized recording will be reported to law enforcement and may subject you to criminal and civil liability (including damages up to $150,000). *This includes, by way of example only, smart phones and your belongings and person for such device. If you attempt to enter with a recording device, you will be denied admission. If you attempt to use a recording device*, you consent to your Immediate removal from the theater and forfeiture of the device

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Norman Reedus: THE WALKING DEAD TOKYO PRANK

With help from Andrew Lincoln and Greg Nicotero, The Walking Dead’s “ultimate fan” Nick Santonastasso just zombie-pranked Norman Reedus while he was promoting the back half of the season in Toyko. The prank kicked off Fox’s social media driven campaign “#getFOXed.”


THE WALKING DEAD TOKYO PRANK Delivers Ultimate Fan Experience.

The Walking Dead Superfan and Vine ‘Zombie Prankster,’ Nick Santonastasso, Pulls Off the Ultimate Zombie Prank on The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus (Daryl) in Tokyo


The unsuspecting actor, co-star Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) and Special Effects Guru/Executive Producer, Greg Nicotero are in Japan promoting the global return of Season 4 on FOX, the show’s international broadcaster.


Tokyo, January 17, 2014: FOX, leading international entertainment pay-TV network and broadcaster of “The Walking Dead” in 125 countries outside the USA, launched its social media driven “#getFOXed” campaign in Tokyo today. Designed to identify super fans of its global hit shows by creating unmatched fan experiences, the campaign kicked off with the Ultimate Zombie Prank on Norman Reedus.



“The Walking Dead” fan and Vine “Zombie Prankster” Nick Santonastasso, who has more than 534,000 followers, was flown to Tokyo, Japan where he was transformed into a walker by the show’s Special Effects guru, Greg Nicotero. Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Nick’s co-conspirator, manned the control room giving the final go ahead, while hidden cameras captured every angle of Nick’s big scare on Norman Reedus (Daryl). Nick’s prank was a follow up to his existing 2-part viral “Zombie Prank” Vine series:
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17-year old Nick, was born with a rare syndrome called Hanhart and has only one arm and no legs. His determination and infectious zest for life have enabled him to overcome countless obstacles and he has now become an inspiration for many kids and adults. Because of his outspoken love for “The Walking Dead,” Nick was the perfect fan to launch the “#getFOXed” campaign.

Don’t miss the global return of “The Walking Dead” across FOX channels outside of the USA on February 10th. Check local listings for exact times.

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Batman Vs Superman Pushed To 2016

And just like that, Batman and Superman’s big team-up was gone from its planned July 2015 release slot. Was it an evil plot by Lex Luthor or someone else from their vast rogues gallery? A superheroic huff? Nothing so suspicious or whiny: Warners has announced a months-long delay to allow Zack Snyder more time to work on the film.

Citing a wish to give the filmmakers “time to realize fully their vision, given the complex visual nature of the story,” the studio put out a press release on Friday night, adding that the decision to move the release to May 6, 2016 was made when production plans shifted to the second quarter of this year. “We are happy to take advantage of these coveted summer dates, which are perfect for two of our biggest tent pole releases. We share the fans’ excitement to see DC Comics’ most popular figures, Superman and Batman, together on the big screen for the first time, which will now be arriving in theatres in May 2016.”

Rumors naturally began flaring as soon as the announcement was made – there was talk of Ben Affleck sustaining a leg injury that required the shift, but the studio has dismissed such theories. While getting the film out of the crowded 2015 marketplace is a good idea, 2016 offers little relief in terms of competition: Disney and Marvel had already staked a claim to the May 6 date for an unspecified comic book film, and, if all goes to plan, the Bats/Supes film will quickly be followed by X-Men: Apocalypse and the third Amazing Spider-Man film. The superhero traffic jam shows no sign of letting up.

And while nothing has been announced, word that Gal Gadot has joined as Wonder Woman naturally leads to speculation that all involved are stealthily retooling the Man Of Steel sequel into even more of a Justice League outing. However it turns out, the film will now – assuming no more shifts – greet us in May 2016.

But Warners is not going to let that that July 17, 2015 release date go to waste – Joe Wright’s Peter Pan origin story Pan is sliding into the superheroes’ place. “The summer release corridor is also perfect for Joe Wright’s ambitious new Peter Pan adventure, reimagining the ageless story of the beloved and forever-young hero for audiences worldwide,” Warners said in a statement picked up by The Wrap. Aside from a rumoured Hugh Jackman, there’s no casting info on Pan as of yet.

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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For ABOUT LAST NIGHT In Sacramento

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For ABOUT LAST NIGHT on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 - 7:00 PM at Century Downtown Plaza 7 In Sacramento.

ABOUT LAST NIGHT, which finds Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Michael Ealy and Joy Bryant in the remake of Ed Zwick’s 1986 Brat pack-era comedy.


Patterned along similar lines to the ‘80s version (and still paying proper respect to the original source material, David Mamet’s play Sexual Perversity In Chicago), ABOUT LAST NIGHT finds mismatched lovers Hart and Hall getting together, and introducing their best friends, Ealy and Patton, to one another.


That in turn sparks a true love connection, and we’re treated to two – or maybe four – very different viewpoints on love, sex, relationships and the best way to disguise that you really, really don’t like someone’s cooking. Hint: have a bag ready to spit into.


Hart, who is a rising comedy lead, steals a lot of the good lines here, though Hall matches him, while Ealy and Bryant are the more laidback lovers. It remains to be seen how this will match up to the original or even the play.


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DISCLAIMER: ARRIVE EARLY! SEATING IS FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED, EXCEPT FOR MEMBERS OF THE REVIEWING PRESS. THEATER IS OVERBOOKED TO ENSURE A FULL HOUSE. THEATRE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERBOOKING. THIS PASS DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION AND MUST BE SURRENDERED UPON DEMAND. NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT A TICKET AND ONLY REVIEWING PRESS WILL BE ADMITTED AFTER THE SCREENING BEGINS. Duplicate passes will not be accepted. Screening passes are non transferable. This ticket is NOT for resale. Reselling of tickets is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. All those found in violation will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. MPAA - No Recording This screening will be monitored for unauthorized recording. By attending, you agree not to bring any audio and/or visual recording device including laptop computers into the theater and you consent to physical search of have against you. Unauthorized recording will be reported to law enforcement and may subject you to criminal and civil liability (including damages up to $150,000). *This includes, by way of example only, smart phones and your belongings and person for such device. If you attempt to enter with a recording device, you will be denied admission. If you attempt to use a recording device*, you consent to your Immediate removal from the theater and forfeiture of the device

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Friday, January 17, 2014

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Review. The Film Is A Smart, Wild, & Entertaining Ride

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Review
By: MattInRC

TWITTER: The heart-pounding #JackRyanMovie Shadow Recruit is a smart, wild, and entertaining ride.


Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit has all the trappings of a great franchise in the making.

Among our many movie fetishes, we here at SJF are big fans of intelligent spy movies that incorporate a sensible amount of action - from Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October to Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy we love espionage in almost any form, including the stylish Skyfall and what should have been last year's Oscar winner in Zero Dark Thirty. In each of these classics, the characters who protect us are as important as the mission itself, making their drama an essential part of the story. Thankfully, the newest candidate - Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit - impresses us for all of these reasons.


As this is an origin story, we see the college-bound Jack Ryan (Chris Pine) studying in England just as the 9/11 attacks occur. As a result, he volunteers for the Marines, and two years later is in Afghanistan when his chopper is attacked, leaving him nearly paralyzed. As he struggles to walk again, Ryan meets the doctor Caroline 'Cathy' Muller (Keira Knightley) and the two fall in love. But the CIA, led by Agent Thomas Harper (Kevin Costner), wants Ryan to analyze financial transactions, hoping to discover the next 9/11. He soon finds it, along with its source, the dangerous Russian banker Viktor Cherevin (Kenneth Branagh). He plans to ruin the American Dollar via a terrorist attack and the resutling sell-off of currency, hoping the attack will bankrupt ol' Stars and Stripes. Jack heads to Moscow, but soon learns that oblivious Cathy has unexpectedly followed him. Faced with Cherevin's devious plan and keeping Cathy out of the loop, Ryan must walk a fine line of political intrigue and assassination plots before the attack arrives.


Although not directly based on the late author Tom Clancy's series of novels, Shadow Recruit does blend his characters with modern-day politics into a pulpy and satisfying drink. We like Pine in almost everything he's done - like Gerard Butler, Pine has been underutilized in Hollywood, but always seems to be the topic of 'franchise building' when rumors and debate about casting begin. Our appreciation for Pine is for perhaps the wrong reason - he's not a perfectly sculpted hero, with his imperfect facial features actually lending to the grittiness which Shadow Recruit loves to highlight. His interaction with Costner and Director/Actor Branagh, who makes a thoroughly dastardly Russian baddie, is convincing and never feels forced. This really is Branagh's show, with his directorial acumen on display throughout, as well as his superb ability to transform himself into any character. From Thor to his directorial debut in Dead Again, Branagh seems to understand tone and pacing so well that he can produce both at the drop of a hat, instantly wrapping audiences into whatever spider web he desires. Costner, who's enjoying a nice revival of his career since Man of Steel, operates here with cool efficiency and the skill of an Equalizer-like Control that we didn't foresee before the lights dimmed. There's talk that Harper could get his own spin-off, and if it's done correctly we'd love to see Costner return.


We also love the human story courtesy of Writers Adam Cozad and David Koepp, who personalize Jack Ryan as more of a common hero than someone chiseled from marble and destined for greatness. This was one of many strengths behind the Clancy novels, and it's great that our creative team included it here. And while character development is a priority, other issues sometimes arise: we hate the trend these days of computers being able to instantly solve any problem which spy networks seem to uncover. The idea that even a well-trained operative can punch a button to somehow deliver instantaneous answers, instead of realistically performing the research or considering it among a team of colleagues, occurs far too often and way too quickly. The result is a discovery sequence that feels like a rollercoaster and is too practiced to be highly effective. We're also not sold on Knightley's rather mousy performance, nor do we like some of the unbelievable action in the third act. To us, a film that starts out with so much spycraft and backstory should end with just enough action without morphing into something it's not. Shadow Recruit didn't need these over-the-top sequences to win us over, and their inclusion slightly detracts from the final effect, but it's not enough to dissuade us from recommending this otherwise stellar production. As film score fans, we absolutely recommend Composer Patrick Doyle's use of Russian chants reminiscent of Red October, while giving Jack Ryan an actual theme.



All in all, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is a smart, fast-paced action flick with plenty of substance that makes us love these characters. Branagh has crafted yet another franchise kickstarter, with Pine and Costner turning in performances that should garner people's attention for future installments. Great spy stories don't need to be head games to be enjoyable, but if you're expecting another Clear and Present Danger, you'll be sorely disappointed. And although it's a 2013 leftover, this one has a chance to shine on its own, now that all the Oscar candidates have already been released. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and intense action, and brief strong language, has a runtime of 105 minutes, and comes highly recommended.

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RIDE ALONG Movie Review. The Film Is Funny From Start To Finish

RIDE ALONG Movie Review
By: MattInRC

Thankfully, Ride Along takes us out of the Month of Meh in hilarious fashion.


As we've lamented before, films in January are usually forgettable tripe thrown together to literally get Hollywood past the doldrums of the Oscar season. The results are usually just as bad - from The Legend of Hercules to The Nut Job and The Marked Ones. Thankfully, our first REAL movie of 2014 arrives with the hilarious buddy-cop Ride Along, reminding us that Januaries are not so bad.


High school security employee Ben Barber (Kevin Hart) wants desperately to join the Atlanta Police Department, hoping to take his online Xbox handle as BlackHammer to the streets. He also hopes to win the hand of his girlfriend Angela (Tika Sumpter), whose brother James Payton (Ice Cube) already serves on the force. However, James doesn't have a great opinion of Ben, whom he thinks is not ready for either the police or his sister. Payton decides to take Ben on a ride along, purposely exposing him to every undesirable call in the hopes of frustrating Ben to quit his dream. But that's going to get in the way of Payton's real goal: pursuing a shadowy drug/gun dealer (Laurence Fishburne), whom no one has lived to describe. As Payton and Ben clash over style, Angela gets caught in the middle, forcing her heroes to make desperate choices to protect her.


Director Tim Story hasn't had a really great film career - although he directed the successful but dubious Think Like a Man, he is primarily responsible for giving us the dreaded Fantastic Four franchise that is thankfully being rebooted. But here, he gives Hart a chance to let loose, even though the serious parts of the script by Writers Greg Coolidge and Jason Mantzoukas are as contrived and predictable as they come. There's the feisty Lieutenant (Bruce McGill) who doesn't like the renegade Payton, the dirty cops (JohnLeguizamo and Bryan Callen), and the aforementioned arms dealer whom we wished Story had left out from the early credits, as he appears almost as a cameo. But somehow, Story keeps this ship afloat with plenty of laughs and uncomfortable moments for Hart to squeal over. He's obviously a fish out of water around the tough cop Payton, and Hart plays it well - check out the smacktalk with a little kid on the basketball court, or his 'fight' with a 5150 and a jar of honey. Cube is his usual over-the-top angry dude, but again it just somehow works, with the two keeping us in stitches throughout most of the film.


Critics are going to kill this one for being predictable and superficial, but we think audiences will enjoy it for what it is. Sure, it doesn't pave new roads in the Buddy-Cop genre and would get crushed as a Summer release, but Ride Along is funny from start to finish,finally breaking the streak of bad films to kick off 2014. We think it will do quite well against these early and terrible flicks, something we're sure the critics will also dislike. If that kind of success is something critics detest, then we hope people line the streets to see it. We can't take this sort of diet through March or even February, but for now Ride Along is good enough food for our movie soul. Ride Along is rated PG-13 for violence, language, and sexual suggestions and has a runtime of 100 minutes.

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Trailer For CESAR CHAVEZ Starring Michael Peña & John Malkovich

Watch the official trailer for CESAR CHAVEZ has arrived today.

In CESAR CHAVEZ, director Diego Luna presents a powerful cinematic portrait of the legendary activist. The film stars Michael Peña (End of Watch, Lionsgate’s Academy Award-winning Crash) in the title role, along with America Ferrera (Ugly Betty, End of Watch), Rosario Dawson (Sin City, Seven Pounds) and John Malkovich (In The Line of Fire, Summit Entertainment’s Red and Red 2).

Chronicling the birth of a modern American movement, Cesar Chavez tells the story of the famed civil rights leader and labor organizer torn between his duties as a husband and father and his commitment to securing a living wage for farm workers. Passionate but soft-spoken, Chavez embraced non-violence as he battled greed and prejudice in his struggle to bring dignity to people. Chavez inspired millions of Americans from all walks of life who never worked on a farm to fight for social justice. His triumphant journey is a remarkable testament to the power of one individual’s ability to change the world.

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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For ABOUT LAST NIGHT In San Francisco

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For ABOUT LAST NIGHT on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 - 7:00 PM in San Francisco.

ABOUT LAST NIGHT, which finds Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Michael Ealy and Joy Bryant in the remake of Ed Zwick’s 1986 Brat pack-era comedy.


Patterned along similar lines to the ‘80s version (and still paying proper respect to the original source material, David Mamet’s play Sexual Perversity In Chicago), ABOUT LAST NIGHT finds mismatched lovers Hart and Hall getting together, and introducing their best friends, Ealy and Patton, to one another.


That in turn sparks a true love connection, and we’re treated to two – or maybe four – very different viewpoints on love, sex, relationships and the best way to disguise that you really, really don’t like someone’s cooking. Hint: have a bag ready to spit into.


Hart, who is a rising comedy lead, steals a lot of the good lines here, though Hall matches him, while Ealy and Bryant are the more laidback lovers. It remains to be seen how this will match up to the original or even the play.


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DISCLAIMER: ARRIVE EARLY! SEATING IS FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED, EXCEPT FOR MEMBERS OF THE REVIEWING PRESS. THEATER IS OVERBOOKED TO ENSURE A FULL HOUSE. THEATRE IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERBOOKING. THIS PASS DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION AND MUST BE SURRENDERED UPON DEMAND. NO ONE WILL BE ADMITTED WITHOUT A TICKET AND ONLY REVIEWING PRESS WILL BE ADMITTED AFTER THE SCREENING BEGINS. Duplicate passes will not be accepted. Screening passes are non transferable. This ticket is NOT for resale. Reselling of tickets is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. All those found in violation will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. MPAA - No Recording This screening will be monitored for unauthorized recording. By attending, you agree not to bring any audio and/or visual recording device including laptop computers into the theater and you consent to physical search of have against you. Unauthorized recording will be reported to law enforcement and may subject you to criminal and civil liability (including damages up to $150,000). *This includes, by way of example only, smart phones and your belongings and person for such device. If you attempt to enter with a recording device, you will be denied admission. If you attempt to use a recording device*, you consent to your Immediate removal from the theater and forfeiture of the device

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Kristen Stewart Reveals The Secret Behind "Equals"

Back in October when it was first announced, not much was known about Equals. We were aware that it was some sort of love story, directed by Drake Doremus (Like Crazy, Breath In) written by Nathan Parker (Moon), and it had been announced that Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult would be starring. But what was the film beyond its genre? Now we know: Stewart has revealed that it's an updated version of George Orwell's dystopian classic Nineteen Eighty-Four.

"I'm terrified of it," says the quivering Stewart. "I can't believe I agreed to do it. Though it's a movie with a really basic concept, it's overtly ambitious. Things go wrong because you can't deny the humanity in everyone. It's the most devastating story."

If Hoult is playing some version of the novel's Winston Smith, we'd assume Stewart's is the Julia role: Winston's lover and thought-crime co-conspirator. Without getting into spoilers, things don't go well for the couple, which is presumably the emotional turmoil that Stewart fears.

"It's a love story of epic, epic, epic proportion," she says. "I'm scared. I trust Drake's process and I know we will do something really natural and real. But I told Drake, 'Don't expect that I am going to be able to do this. It's too hard.' But he wouldn't take no for an answer. I've given directors disclaimers before, but never this much."

It's also been revealed that Jennifer Lawrence read the screenplay, but didn't get the gig (possibly by choice). "Jen and I worked together before [on Like Crazy] and she was fantastic," says Doremus. "It's exciting to talk about the character with different people, but it became evident in my head that Nick and Kristen would have great chemistry."

Intriguingly, ABC's story says Equals is based on the 1956 film version of Nineteen Eighty-Four, rather than the novel itself. Odd details and dodgy aesthetic choices aside there's relatively little in the earlier film that drastically deviates from Orwell (despite its onscreen "freely adapted" credit).

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Midseason Return Of The Walking Dead Promo

Here is the first promo for the midseason return of AMC’s The Walking Dead, which picks up with the survivors scattered and on the run after The Governor’s quixotic attack last fall. No more prison! From the look of this brief preview, there’s plenty of action and grief and misery — just what we love from The Walking Dead. The drama returns Sunday, Feb. 9

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Walk Of Shame Trailer Starring Elizabeth Banks

Running around Los Angeles in a filthy yellow dress? Effie Trinket would be scandalised. Still, that’s the situation Elizabeth Banks finds herself in after a drunken one-night stand in Walk Of Shame.

The film stars Elizabeth Banks, James Marsden, Gillian Jacobs, Sarah Wright, Ethan Suplee, Oliver Hudson and Willie Garson.

Banks plays Meghan Miles, an aspiring LA TV news anchor, who loses the audition for her dream job. Crushed, she agrees to go out with her friends for an uncharacteristic night of partying. After an unsatisfying time at a club, she meets and goes home with a stranger (James Marsden) and awakens the next morning in his bed to a phone message from her agent telling her the job is hers, if she can make it across town by 5 pm.

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Stranded in an unknown area with no money, no working phone, and no car, she embarks on a series of misadventures as she races to the most important job interview of her life. Cue run-ins with cops, thugs, hookers and one breast-obsessed kid…

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RUNNER, RUNNER Blu-ray Review

RUNNER, RUNNER Blu-ray Review
By: MattInRC

Here'e why the Ben Affleck thriller Runner, Runner should just keep running.

In Runner Runner, Princeton grad student Richie (Justin Timberlake) has turned a profitable online gambling career into a disaster, losing his life savings during an online swindle. He flies to Costa Rica filled with data from his tech pals at the university to find the site's owner Ivan Block (Ben Affleck), who not only refunds his money, but offers him a job. Soon, Richie is living the high life, analyzing gambling data and wooing clients. But Block's business is a dangerous one, filled with payoffs to a creepy gambling and murder; Richie soon learns that he's part of an elaborate sting operation by the FBI, led by Pain and Gain's Anthony Mackie, who will break any rule to nab Block. As Richie learns that Block plans to pin him for the company's missing profits, he must decide if Block's assistant (Gemma Arterton) is dirty as well, and whether he will cooperate with the FBI or run himself.

There's many things that bring Runner Runner down. Timberlake simply isn't strong enough here - nor is he ever in dramatic roles - to keep our attention or lead a scene. Once the very good Affleck disappears to create chaos elsewhere, Timberlake's mousy performance simply falls flat. He never seems comfortable, either with his lines or in the presence of his fellow actors. It's a problem that I've talked about before, from In Time to Trouble with the Curve, and it's becoming a trend. Although given multiple chances to prove himself, Timberlake just doesn't have the dramatic chops. On the other hand, Affleck plays jerk extremely well, quoting Napoleon and wishing he was back in the US enjoying a walk. Before he turns predictably villain, we actually feel for situation, on the run and never able to return to The States. He's the only reason why Runner doesn't fall flat on its face. Aterton is not really a factor here, except to look good in tight dresses and sound amazing (gotta love British accents). I wonder if the story would have been stronger with her at the lead instead of JT - an actor of her caliber would have made for a much better performance.

But casting isn't the only problem here. There's no twists in the script by Writers Brian Koppelman and David Levien, nothing to compel us to like Timberlake or hate Affleck, and certainly little to keep our attention. This is not a failed editing job or some other post-production nightmare, although Director Bad Fuhrman doesn't get the best out of his actors and misuses nods to Casino and even The Social Network. Not even production assistance from Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't help here - perhaps he was attached at one point to starring in Runner? As we're steered headlong into a somewhat predictable ending, we're no better off for knowing these characters, having gained no new insights into their personalities, and wondering how this will play with paying audiences who get no nudity but a surprising R rating.

As we discussed in our review of Liam Hemsworth's Paranoia, Runner Runner is a good example of why casting is absolutely essential to the success of a film. Timberlake is utterly forgettable here, with Aterton showing up almost as often as the scantily-clad hookers that the Costa Rican police seem to constantly surround themselves with. It's certainly not the worst film of 2013, but perhaps one of its most boring. Save this one to your Rainy Day queue, but set your theater sights higher. This one doesn't deserve your time. Runner Runner is rated R for language and some sexual content and has a runtime of 91 minutes.

Blu-ray Special Features:

● House of Cards: The Inside Story of Online Poker
● Deleted Scenes

Runner Runner Blu-ray
Street Date: January 7, 2014
Prebook Date: December 4, 2013
Screen Format: Widescreen 2.40:1
Audio: English 5.1 DTS-HD-MA
Spanish 5.1 DD
French 5.1 DD
Subtitles: English / French / Spanish
Film Run Time: 91 minutes
Bonus Added Features: 29 minutes
U.S. Rating: R
Closed Captioned: Yes

Runner Runner DVD
Street Date: January 7, 2014
Prebook Date: December 4, 2013
Screen Format: Widescreen 2.40:1
Audio: English 5.1 DD
Spanish 2.0 Surround DD
French 2.0 Surround DD
Subtitles: English / French / Spanish
Film Run Time: 91 minutes
Bonus Added Features: 15 minutes
U.S. Rating: R
Closed Captioned: Yes

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ENLISTED: Star Geoff Stults Talks the Delicate Balance of a Comedy Portraying Military Life

ENLISTED: Star Geoff Stults Talks the Delicate Balance of a Comedy Portraying Military Life
By: Tiffany Vogt

I would like to welcome our friend Tiffany Vogt to the site. You will start to see her stories & reviews on the site from time to time when she has a free second.

Tiffany is the Senior West Coast Correspondent: Columnist/Entertainment Reporter for thetvaddict.com and runs her own site http://thetvwatchtower.wordpress.com. Please give her a warm welcome and a follow on Twitter.


Fox’s new comedy series ENLISTED offers a humorous look at life on a military base, showcasing the misadventures of three brothers stationed together stateside. With the cool casting Geoff Stults, Chris Lowell and Parker Young as brothers that will do anything to help each other out, ENLISTED shines with humor and heart.



In recent press conference call, star Geoff Stults talked about his character Pete, the challenges of portraying military life as a comedy while still honoring those who serve for our country, and whether there may be the seeds of a romance blossoming.


Have you gotten any kind of response from veterans or currently serving military members about the show?

GEOFF: It’s inevitable people don’t like to be made fun of and the military, and there’s a reason that the U.S. Army hasn’t officially endorsed the show — because they’re just not sure exactly what it is yet and they don’t want to be made to look silly. Hollywood has taken advantage of the military many times before and portrayed them in ways that they would rather not be portrayed. We’ve been pleasantly surprised. We have gone out of our way; admittedly, we made some errors when we shot the pilot. The terminology, uniforms, the way we addressed the superiors, just little things that if you’re not in the military, you’d never pay attention to, but if you are, they’re glaring mistakes that annoy the [sh*t] out of you. Our military advisor gave me an analogy one day, he said he knew I was a former athlete and he said, “You know when you watch a movie, be it baseball or football and they cast an actor to play the quarterback who can’t throw a football more than ten yards, doesn’t that bother you?” And I’m like, “Oh my God, it drives me frigging crazy”; and he goes, “That’s what happens when I see somebody not wearing their patch in the right place.” I was like, “I get it; I get it.” So as far as those are simple things, but then just totally being perceived as silly or because it is a comedy, we’ve got a lot of flack for it to start with, but those that have vocalized it to us, we’ve sent more episodes along and their opinion has changed because they saw that we made an effort. We got squared away. We really made an effort to change things and you can see the difference between the first episode and the second episode. It’s noticeable even to somebody that doesn’t know what to look for. So you’re never going to make everybody happy. There will be those people that get up and they turn the channel because they feel like we’re making a mockery of the military, but we’re absolutely not. It’s a workplace comedy set behind-the-scenes at a base in Florida. And with any real workplace, there are high jinks, particularly one as big as the U.S. Army.

Do you feel more of a responsibility to show that these are real human beings with senses of humor?

GEOFF: Honestly, it’s a combination of both. Then you add the other kind of interesting little dynamic to that, which is we need to do both of those things. But we also need to do a show that’s funny so that the general public watches and continues to watch, so we can stay on the air. If we can’t stay on the air, then we can’t do justice to our service men and women by doing a show about them, so it’s a fine-line for us. We have to do a show that’s funny that people can just watch. The U.S. Armed Forces makes up about one percent of our population, so we need more than them to watch the show and we need more than them to like it. But at the same time we chose to do a show that’s set in the military, so it’s our obligation to be respectful and to do everything that we can to do right by them and portray them correctly.

As the series goes along, we see that Pete is dealing with some PTSD. How did you prepared for that and how is it different than what you did with your character Walter on THE FINDER?

GEOFF: Totally two different characters. Obviously, it’s a similar through-line. Sergeant Pete Hill from ENLISTED is a little bit more grounded in reality. Walter Sherman of THE FINDER was a little bit more out-there. I got to play with Walter a little bit more and I hesitate to use the word crazy, because that’s not it. He had unorthodox ways of going about things and it was always kind of his excuse or the way he got around it was just like that’s just Walter being Walter. He was private and he was paranoid and he was a lot of the things that are talked about as symptoms of PTSD, like Walter had. But we took dramatic license with them and then just sort of figured it out. What we didn’t have to worry about as much is we weren’t doing a show about the military. It was MAGNUM PI-ish. Sort of this guy with a unique ability to find things down in the Florida Keys. So we had a lot of other colorful things around and with Michael Clarke Duncan’s character was such a steady, straight man that I was able to play with the PTSD and Walter and his kind of antics a lot more. Now with Sergeant Pete Hill and ENLISTED, this is a guy that is a current active American Army soldier. He is a sergeant in the Army. What we were trying to play with was the sincerity and the realness that he comes back and there’s nothing wrong with him. He just knows that he’s different. He sees things differently. He feels things differently. He doesn’t know how to describe it. He doesn’t know what it is and, that’s what we found with our research and our conversations with people, that is sometimes the way it works. Now originally, everybody was just thrown into one box. You just had PTSD and what they realized is there are just different versions of that and people suffer differently from it. So I did as much as I could to be honest about that. Fortunately for me, but unfortunately my best friend, he is in the Marine Corps. He served four tours and he suffers from PTSD and he’s got symptoms that are very similar to what Sergeant Pete Hill has. This is important to me to do right by that and it’s very important to Kevin Biegel and Mike Royce and the rest of the writers. We’re not just addressing this and shoving it down the viewer’s face and it’s not the hot topic in every episode. It’s just you start to see little traces that something is different in Pete and he’s not sure exactly what it is; and throughout the course of the season, we see how he goes from unwilling to accept that there’s anything wrong, to accepting it, to seeking help, to thinking he’s got it under control, to finding out that maybe he doesn’t quite have it totally under control.

What’s been your biggest challenge on the show so far?

GEOFF: Gosh, there are so many of them, but I got to tell you I feel so blessed to have just so many. I know this sounds cliché and cheesy, but I’ve never felt more protected on a show before; meaning I’ve just got really good people around me. You can say that my biggest challenge is to show up every day and bring it, because there are people that are better than me around me everyday. So, for me, it’s been a blast with Parker [Young] and Chris [Lowell] and Angelique [Cabral] and Keith David. Every time I get to work with [Keith], I sit back and watch and then again the rest of those guys, the whole platoon, all these really funny stand-up comedians. So the challenge for me is probably not laughing when I’m supposed to be taking it seriously.

Do you have a favorite scene that you can tell us about from the show so far?

GEOFF: That’s tough for me to say, but I think as far as just one quick scene, and it’s not very quick, but the finale scene with my two brothers and Keith David and I is really poignant. [It] is the finale of the last episode, the last scene of the last episode and it’s really poignant for my character and for the arc that the whole show goes on sort of being sort of seen through my eyes in a way or driven by Sergeant Pete Hill. But on a day-in/day-out basis or episode-by-episode basis, my favorite scenes are always the scenes that include the whole platoon because I just am so entertained. I got so much respect for our whole cast of characters, the whole platoon, all the comedians and everybody. So, for me, it’s just fun to be in those scenes, because I’m like you guys; I’m an audience member when it comes to that watching these guys do their comedy.

What do you find is so unique about your character, and why do you enjoy portraying him?

GEOFF: I could get in trouble for saying this, and I can tell you that my publicist with Fox is afraid of what I’m going to say right now. There aren’t a lot of “men’s men” on television right now. What I think Pete is, he’s a “man’s man.” He loves his country. He loves his family. He’s devoted to his job. He’s willing to die for his country and he’s willing to die for his brothers. He’s very devoted to them and devoted to his job. He wants to go back overseas and be in theatre, as they refer to it, with his brothers in arms. What I think is unique about him is he is this is a guy that is for all intents and purposes, he’s a super soldier. He’s perfect. He’s strong. He’s strong. He’s referred to as the strongest guy that many people had ever seen, physically, mentally, all those reasons. But we find out that there are chinks in his armor too. What I like about that was not only did we find out that there were chinks in his armor and that he needed help, but he got to a point where he realized it was okay to ask for help and he dealt with that. As we find out as the season goes on, he feels like he fixed himself and everything was all good, but he may not have fixed himself quite as much as he thinks he did. Unique? I’m sure there have been other people on TV, but I feel like the dynamic between him being a soldier, him suffering from PTSD, him being his brother’s boss during the day, and just a big brother at night trying to work that fine line and with that strange dynamic, there’s just a lot of stuff that I get to play with that makes Pete very interesting for me.

How was boot camp? Since you’re a little bit older than the average recruit, did they go easy on you?

GEOFF: I think they still accept — up until 42 I think they accept general enlistees. Now I couldn’t go be Special Forces or something like that, thank God, because I’d have to work out more. It was awesome. It was awesome and nerve-wracking and scary. We got a chance to really kind of dive-in and for a tiny, tiny bit of time, live a little bit like an Army soldier. It was scary — meaning like just like the not knowing — but I had a great time. It was a great, great time. It wasn’t easy. Sleep deprivation and waking up in the middle of the night having to work-out and forced to memorize things and recite them in front of people that were very intimidating with guns; nothing easy about it. There’s nothing easy about something you haven’t done before. But we all felt like it was very important for us to do and try as hard as we could even if we failed because the people around us had done it and continue to do it for those that were there before us and those that will be there after us. We’re actors and we got to leave at the end of the week and they were still there. They were supportive of us and welcoming and encouraging, so we worked our [asses] off just to try to in our smallest, tiniest way to pay some respect to them.

Are you going to have any real life military people guest star on the show?

GEOFF: We already have. We have military people on the show every single day. All of Jill’s squad is former Army. There are Air Force people on set. There are former Rangers on set that are background that have speaking roles. One of our military advisors played a role in it. We have military on set every day from morning ’til night.

About the Pete and Jill relationship, because of the “no fraternization” policy in the military, you can’t really do a “will they/won’t they” story. But you and Angelique Cabral’s characters both have so much chemistry together. Did that just sort of happen?

GEOFF: It just sort of happened. I think originally when you’re putting a TV show together and you’re pitching it to a network, it’s like, “Here’s all the players and then where’s the love interest and all that kind of stuff, and who’s the lead going to be.” Then there’s Sergeant Pete and Jill. They don’t like each other; they like each other; they don’t like each other. And what we found out was obviously while fraternization kind of doesn’t work that well in the military, technically they would be allowed to since they’re of the same rank. So they’d be allowed to date and that’s kind of the way they categorize things. We’ve also just realized that, for now in the show, that it’s just not nearly as interesting as other things that we could be doing, them flirting and then not liking each other. We touch on it just a little bit, but for now we’re going to keep those two things as a little nugget that we’ll get into later on.

To see how Pete and Jill’s light flirtation leads to an epic competition challenge and more of the wonderful adventures the entire unit, be sure to catch all new episodes of ENLISTED air Friday nights at 9:30 p.m. on Fox.

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THE NUT JOB Review.The Film Is A Perfect Netflix Candidate

THE NUT JOB Review
By: MattInRC

TWITTER: The Month of Meh continues with the forgettable @TheNutJobMovie.

The Month of Meh - also known as January - has typically been the Hollywood equivalent of The Island of Forgotten Toys: cast-off creatures too freakish for the Oscar season and not worthy enough for even Summer consideration. And while there have been exceptions - last year's Gangster Squad, and 2012' Contraband - January's releases are confined to live in the wasteland of digital media before being summarily dismissed to obscurity. The well-meaning but utterly forgettable animated flick The Nut Job is just such a film, mildly funny in parts but missing any semblance of a soul or sense of itself.


Precocious squirrel Surly (voiced by Will Arnett) doesn't get along with his fellow animals in the fictitious 1959 Liberty Park. After accidentally destroying their food supply, Surly is banished to the streets by the self-proclaimed leader Raccoon (voiced by Liam Neeson) and the other park-dwellers, who see Surly as too aggressive, too greedy in search for nuts as winter approaches, and utterly without feelings. Once on the other side, Surly is quickly under human feet and chased by the local thug rats before he stumbles upon the Maury's Nut Shop, which is nothing more than a front for a mob ring planning to steal from a local bank. With a treasure trove of food awaiting him, Surly must decide whether he'll take it all himself or succumb to his conscience to help the park dwellers, including Andie (voiced by Katherine Heigl), wanna-be hero Grayson (voiced by Brendan Fraser), and the mob's pug guard dog Precious (voiced by Maya Rudolph).


On paper, Nut Job seems to have all the pieces: a veteran cast and gorgeous animation that's a tip-of-the-hat to the heydays of Looney Toons, but it never seems to gel. The cast is uninspired - apparently confined to speak their lines in separate rooms - the script by Writer Lorne Cameron misses good moments for character development, and the well-intentioned slapstick falls fitfully short. None of the era charm is here, replaced with puns about nuts and expelling of bodily gases that get old fast. There's never the sense that the animals won't win, as our mob guys are so completely oblivious to their scheme, and so the story never takes on any real tension. Nor do we ever learn why Raccoon has become an Animal Farm oppressor or why Surly is so distrusting of people. Perhaps Director Peter Lepeniotis never considered such a deeper angle, but the final result is less than it could have been. There's also the oddly-placed appearance of artist Psy and his "Gangham Style" theme in the credits; perhaps this is the Korean influence hoping to resurrect this one-hit wonder?


This movie has a chance to make a profit (the Canadian-Korean collaboration only cost $43 million to make), but its highly digestible content does come at a price. Moviegoers will notice an air of familiarity here, from Ice Age's Scrat (Surly), to Remy from Ratatouille (Surly's mostly-mute rat sidekick), and the 'scheming rogue' script is similar to Cameron's earlier work Over the Hedge. True, it's nearly impossible these days to distinguish characters from one movie to another, but there's too much here that we've literally seen done better elsewhere. Nut Job gets away with it by giving us gorgeous period-era animation that would have looked good on Blu-ray, if we could recommend it. Sadly, we can't.

The Nut Job is a perfect Netflix candidate for when the kids need an afternoon diversion, and mom and dad need a break from their kids. And while the animation is gorgeous and its leads appealing on paper, the result is utterly forgettable and even borders on plagiarism. It's digestible and might even make a profit, but that doesn't mean we recommend it. The Nut Job is rated PG and has a runtime of 86 minutes.

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"Forever May They "Reign" Why you Should Be Watching This Show

"Forever May They "Reign"
By: April Faith Spice

"Forever may they "Reign"... Why you should be watching the new award winning show!"

A few months ago we tried to tell you that you needed to be watching the new CW show "Reign" based (loosely) off of Mary Queen of Scots and her engagement to the Prince of France. (Played by Adelaide Kane, and Toby Regbo) Now I'm reminding you because for only being on the air for 3 months they have their first award!


Last week at the People's Choice awards, "Reign" brought home the awards for "Favorite New Drama" beating out other nominee's such as "The Originals" (The Vampire Diaries Spin-off), Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Sleepy Hollow to name a few.

Adelaide Kane and Torrance Combs (who plays the King of France's bastard Son, Bash) were there to accept the award and as you can tell from the pictures, the two are fun loving and grateful to be where they are.

Reign return's next Thursday January 23rd after a dramatic season finale where one of Mary's lady in waiting dies after being poisoned with a tea intended for Kenna (The King's current mistress). Mary also has fled the court after learning from Nostradamus (Rossif Sutherland) that Prince Francis (Tony Regbo) will inevitably die if she marries him... and who does she flee with? Oh you know, the handsome brother of her intended, Bash.


What will happen in the Mid Season finale next week? Tune in to find out, but until then, check out the promo below!



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Thursday, January 16, 2014

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For GIMME SHELTER In Sacramento

Win Tickets To An Advance For Screening For GIMME SHELTER at 7:00 PM Tuesday, January 21 at Century Downtown Plaza 7.

GIMME SHELTER is a 2013 independent drama film, based on a true story, about a pregnant teenager who runs away from her abusive mother, and traces her real father.


Agnes "Apple" Bailey (Vanessa Hudgens) has grown up with an abusive addict for a mother, June (Rosario Dawson). She decides to run and find her father, Tom Fitzpatrick (Brendan Fraser), discovers he's now a Wall Street broker with a family. She stays with them for a little while, but is soon forced to leave when she realizes she's pregnant and Tom doesn't agree with her choice to keep the baby.

After getting in a car accident and ending up in hospital, she's taken under the wing of chaplain Father McCarthy (James Earl Jones). He offers to let Apple live at a shelter for pregnant young women run by a spiritual woman named Kathy (Ann Dowd). Apple gradually begins to bond with the other girls at the shelter, eventually considering them her real family. But June soon finds her again, and she's determined not to let go of her daughter.


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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For LABOR DAY In Roseville

Win Tickets To An Advance For Screening For LABOR DAY on Tuesday, January 28th at 7:30 PM in Roseville @ Century Roseville.


LABOR DAY is a 2013 American drama film based on the novel Labor Day by Joyce Maynard. The film is set for a wide release on January 31, 2014.


In 1987, Adele Wheeler (Kate Winslet) is a depressed single mom who lives in a rural home with her 13-year-old son, Henry (Gattlin Griffith). While clothes shopping, a bloody man approaches Henry and makes them take him home to look after him. The man is revealed to be Frank Chambers (Josh Brolin), a convict who is wanted by the local police after breaking out of jail. Through flashbacks, it is revealed that Frank is a Vietnam veteran who returned home and married his pregnant girlfriend, Mandy (Maika Monroe), who soon gave birth. A year after the baby's birth, Frank and Mandy had a fight, where she accidentally revealed that he isn't the baby's father. During the fight, he accidentally pushed her down the stairs, resulting in her death. Simultaneously, the baby drowned and Frank was sent to jail for Mandy's murder.


Adele and Frank fall in love and plan to go to Canada with Henry. Meanwhile, Henry develops a friendship with a mature, but manipulative girl named Eleanor (Brighid Fleming). She manipulates him into thinking Adele and Frank are going to abandon him and he accidentally reveals Frank's past.


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