Post Tagged with: “Monthly Movie Preview”

May Preview: ‘Thor,’ ‘Bridesmaids,’ ‘Pirates 4,’ and ‘Kung Fu Panda 2’

Monthly Movie Preview – May 2011 If what they say is true and April showers do indeed bring May flowers then consider May ripe for the picking. After the past few lukewarm months at the box office, it seemed like Hollywood had hit a slump. It’s sort of to be expected in January, which is commonly known as “dump month” […]

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April Preview: ‘Hanna,’ ‘Scream 4’ and ‘Fast Five’

Monthly Movie Preview – April 2011 April is an unusual month. It’s one of those rare occasions where they (that’s right, the proverbial “they” that made the current calendar) manage to cram 5 Fridays into one month. Now, what does that mean? Well, for me it means that much more work, but for audiences everywhere, that means 5 weekends of […]

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March Monthly Movie Preview: ‘Adjustment Bureau’ to ‘Sucker Punch’

Monthly Movie Preview – March 2011 With the weak winter months finally behind us, hopefully this spells good things for the box office. While January and February offered the usual dreck, there’s still some hope for March. Studios are beginning to step up their game and tackle the problem head on. One of the things to look forward to in […]

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February Monthly Movie Preview: From ‘The Roommate’ to ‘Drive Angry 3D’

Monthly Movie Preview – February 2011 Well, congratulations readers. You made it through the onslaught of terrible movie after terrible movie that makes up most of the month of January. Moving right along, Hollywood’s ready to offer something a little different. For the most part, I think Hollywood’s just trying to get people to leave the house and get into […]

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January Monthly Movie Preview: ‘Country Strong’ to ‘The Mechanic’

Monthly Movie Preview – January 2011 Fresh off the holiday headache of in-laws and frantic last minute holiday shopping, January promises a fresh start for most people. It’s a brand new year and most of us have fooled ourselves into thinking that somehow this year’s gonna be different. We’re really gonna work off that holiday weight or we’re really gonna […]

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December Monthly Movie Preview: ‘Tron: Legacy’ to ‘True Grit’

Monthly Movie Preview – December 2010 December is the time of year when winter is settling in and you’ve just gotten away from family after Thanksgiving, but there’s still that cruel reminder that Christmas is just around the corner and Hanukkah comes even earlier this year. In other words, December is the ideal month for escapism. What better way to […]

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November Monthly Movie Preview: ‘Due Date,’ ‘Morning Glory’ and ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1’

Monthly Movie Preview – November 2010 Fresh off the sugar high from an eventful Halloween, in comes November. It’s always hard to tell what November will bring. There are always those sure things, like an animated family-friendly movie around the holidays, or a comedy here or there, but it’s something else as well. November, much like the holiday in it, […]

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October Monthly Movie Preview: ‘The Social Network’ to ‘Saw VII 3D’

Monthly Movie Preview – October 2010 It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas, but you get the point. October is the one month every year where anything scary goes, and often it does. Now as a horror fan, I say this fondly, but if you can’t stand anything scary, well, you may as well stop reading […]

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Monthly Movie Preview: Sept 2010 – fall in to ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife,’ ‘The Town,’ and ‘Wall Street’

Monthly Movie Preview – September 2010 The summer movie season is now over. But don’t start saving all of your movie-going money for the winter award season just yet. There are plenty of films coming out this month that have some specialness to them, and are therefore more likely to be worthy of your movie-going attention. On the mainstream circuit, […]

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Monthly Movie Preview – August 2010 – ‘The Other Guys’ to ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’

Monthly Movie Preview – August 2010 Well, those lazy hazy days of summer are coming to an end. After a lackluster blockbuster season (with a few hits, like Inception, of course) it’s time for studios to make a last ditch effort to earn some serious bank. Sadly, even though it’s clearly yet another ploy for more money, August is filled […]

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