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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Unfinished Business’ Is An Unfunny Slog

Film: Unfinished Business Directed by: Ken Scott Starring: Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco Vince Vaughn has been on a comedic decline as of late. The Watch, The Internship, and Delivery Man all opened to lukewarm or negative response. Unfinished Business is another attempt by Vaughn to revitalize his career and return to the R-rated […]

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‘Unfinished Business’ Trailer: Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco & Tom Wilkinson Head To Europe

I’ve lost count of how many times Vince Vaughn has played a wise-cracking loser who is on the verge of turning his luck around, but his latest attempt to extend his stay in the world of comedy looks like it may actually be worth your time and money. Unfinished Business finds Vince Vaughn trying to […]

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WEEKEND BOX OFFICE RESULTS: June 7-9

Things are in a bit of an awkward phase right now within the film industry. Seeing as how Man Of Steel is set to premiere next weekend, we’re currently experiencing this lack of heavy hitters for the summer season while still seeing films like Fast & Furious 6 and Star Trek Into Darkness leaving their […]

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REMAKE: ‘Starbuck’ Becomes Vince Vaughn Lead ‘Delivery Man’

It’s not too often a director gets to (or even wants to) remake their own film. Aside from Hitchcock, only a few have dared such a feat, but recently Dreamworks gave fast-rising Ken Scott that opportunity. If you live near an arthouse or a box theater that features indie films, there is a good chance […]

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‘ANCHORMAN’ SEQUEL FINALLY GETS A RELEASE DATE

The release date bringing back San Diego’s Channel 4 News Team in Anchorman: The Legend Continues has been set for December 20, 2013. Will Ferrell will be returning to his role as Ron Burgundy along with Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner after the eight years since the original Anchorman delighted us all in 2004. According to […]

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EDITORIAL: “The Watch: How Marketing Doomed The Sci-Fi Comedy’s Chances at the Box Office”

As predicted, The Dark Knight Rises continued to hold audiences in its grip this weekend, easily defeating a duo of new releases including The Watch and Step Up Revolution. Although both debuts opened to unimpressive numbers, The Watch was the biggest loser of the two. The star-studded sci-fi comedy, which finds a group of suburban […]