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Earth Hour and Spider-Man Join Forces To Save The Planet!


Earth Hour is best known for its annual energy conservation ‘Lights Out’  campaign but it does so much more than that – it’s a global force involved in work to preserve nature worldwide. And now, Earth Hour has named Spider-Man its first superhero ambassador – with a message to ‘inspire individuals to use their power to become superheroes for the planet.

The powers that be at Earth Hour and Sony Pictures Entertainment have partnered to create a program called Earth Hour Blue that will set up crowdfunding for projects like the one that provides efficient cookstoves to prevent deforestation in the habitat of the Giant Panda. Members of The Amazing Spider-Man 2’s cast, and director Marc Webb, have selected projects for which they feel a personal connection, as well.

For more information on Earth Hour, Earth Hour Blue and some of these programs, as well as the link to the Earth Hour/Spider-Man page, follow the jump.

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White House Down Sells Its Absurdities!

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Although this is the second invasion of the White House of the year, it’s bigger, louder and, paradoxically, safer – thanks to its PG-13 rating – than Olympus Has Fallen. Also, it has an outstanding cast supporting an equally excellent core of stars who appear to be having the times of their lives. It takes the basic idea of bad guys invading the White House for nefarious purposes and then spins out all kinds of fun sub-plots.

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Hot Trailer: White House Down


On June 28th, we get the second – and judging from this trailer – better of the year’s two terrorists blow up the white House movies – White House Down. Check out the new trailer following the jump to see Channing Tatum confirming that he does the drama/humor mix as well as anyone – and Jamie Foxx as a very flexible POTUS.

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Django Unchained: Quentin Tarantino’s Take on Spaghetti Westerns Shoots Down Slavery!


We all know that Quentin Tarantino is an audacious filmmaker. If there’s a genre of filmmaking that he loves, he will produce his take on it at some point – and he really, really loves spaghetti westerns. For his version of a spaghetti western, though, he doesn’t just explode the conventions of the genre – he does for slavery what he did for World War II in Inglourious Basterds. The result is seriously bloody fun.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Law Abiding Citizen Great Nasty Fun Until the Wheels Drop Off!

After Clyde Shelton’s [Gerard Butler] wife and daughter are murdered, Assistant D.A. Nick Rice [Jamie Foxx] makes a deal with one of the killers to put the other on death row. The deal maker pleads to third-degree murder and gets a remarkably short sentence. What Rice doesn’t know is that his deal has been made with the more vicious of the two men.


Ten years later, Shelton engineers the painful death of the one on death row and then leads the other to a truly excruciating death. When the police arrest him, a game of chess begins between him and Rice – a chess match that results in more, and more ingenious [and bloody] deaths.

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TELEVISION: Michelle’s American Idol Recap


Ah, it’s Tuesday night and time for the train wreck known as American Idol. As I said in a previous post, I watch Idol in the hopes that there will be that one special moment that wows me. I’m not holding my breath for it, but I’m hope springs eternal. They really are desperate for mentors this season, I mean QT a few weeks ago and Jamie Foxx? Yeah I get that he’s a classically trained Julliard Musician, he’s been in three “Musicals,” and I’ll acknowledge that he is accomplished (I even saw him at the Cinerama Dome once going into the gym) but it still seems weird that he’s the one giving advice. I really miss my DVR, I’m going to have to hook up my TIVO – I did bring it with me. First up is Kris Allen whose blandness is kind of growing on me. 

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Does a boring ballad, I’m shocked. I know this song, but I don’t know the name – Somewhere? He’s really good, but again it’s just bland in the beginning but has a really nice big band middle. Randy and his darn “He’s in it to win it.” Randy that phrase is not going to take off, “dawg.” Kara loved it Simon thought it was good, but not as good as the other judges and thought it was a bit wet. Said it was like taking a well trained spaniel for a walk and said he didn’t think Kris could win this competition. Simon has the two that he wants in the finals and no matter what happens he’s going to try  get Gokey and Lambert there. But he is right, it was a good but safe performance.  My grade B

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Soloist Plays Brilliantly!

I don’t know who made the decision to back The Curious Case of Benjamin Button as Paramount’s most likely Oscar® candidate, and to shuffle The Soloist to the spring release schedule where it will undoubtedly get lost among the spring blockbusters, but they definitely backed the wrong metaphorical horse. The Soloist is a film of subtlety and intelligence and does not do something that most movies do: manufacture a happy ending.

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Even though changes have been made to make the film a better story, The Soloist shines like the music of Beethoven, the particular favorite of Nathaniel Anthony Ayers Jr. [Jamie Foxx]. Ayers came to national prominence when he was discovered, by Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez [Robert Downey Jr.], playing Beethoven’s music in the street. The column Mr. Lopez wrote garnered more attention than anything he’d ever written and sparked a huge amount of interest in Mr. Ayers, who had been a student at Julliard before succumbing to schizophrenia.

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