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Cold War Trailer: Bridge of Spies!

Brooklyn lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks) meets with his client Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance), a Soviet agent arrested in the U.S. in DreamWorks Pictures/Fox 2000 PIctures' dramatic thriller BRIDGE OF SPIES, directed by Steven Spielberg.
Brooklyn lawyer James Donovan (Tom Hanks) meets with his client Rudolf Abel (Mark Rylance), a Soviet agent arrested in the U.S. in DreamWorks Pictures/Fox 2000 PIctures’ dramatic thriller BRIDGE OF SPIES, directed by Steven Spielberg.

In the midst of the Cold War, Brooklyn insurance lawyer James Donovan was recruited by the American government to travel to East Berlin and negotiate the exchange of a captured Russian spy and a captured American U-2 pilot.

Bridge of Spies is the story of James Donovan’s step from total obscurity to the front lines of the Cold War. It stars Tom Hanks as Donovan and is directed by Steven Spielberg and will premiere on October 22nd. Check out the film’s first trailer after the jump.

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The Hundred-Foot Journey From Culture Clash To Multicultural Harmony!

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The Hundred-Foot Journey is kind of an opposite of recent sleeper hit The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – an Indian family comes to Western Europe and cultures clash. A superb cast and some really elegant food make for an intriguing recipe.

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Oddly Compelling Trailer: Delivery Man

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David is a chronic underachiever who discovers that, through some kind of screw-up, the sperm donation he made 20 years ago was used to create 533 children – and now 142 have sued to find their biological father. Now he must either step up or remain a loser. That, in a nutshell, is the premise of Vince Vaughn’s movie Delivery Man which opens on November 22.

Check out the oddly compelling trailer after the jump.

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Michelle’s Fright Night 3D Blu-ray Review!

Fright Night 3D Blu-ray Review

When Fright Night 3D was released in the theaters, I was mixed on the movie.  I thought the poor 3D took a large bite out of an otherwise enjoyable movie and told everyone to wait for the 3D Blu-ray or to see the 2D version.  Well the 3D Blu-ray set is now out. Is it better in a home environment than on a big screen?

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The Help: Great Film Badly Served By DVD Release!

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Today’s release of The Help on DVD is cause for celebration because the film plays just as well on the small screen as on the big one. It’s also cause for great disappointment because of this lovely, lovely film getting terribly wronged by whoever put the bonus features together – they consist of two deleted scenes and a music video – total time: nine minutes, fifty-two seconds!

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon – Better Than Revenge of the Fallen By Default!

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Action, suspense, gunplay, action, a hot blonde, action, guys in wing suits, explosions, action, Shia LaBeouf, action, betrayal, McDreamy, explosions, Autobots, action, explosions, Decepticons, the dark side of the moon, action, teleportation, Chicago, more explosions – all in 3D!!!

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