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These Present Day Movie Sequels Were Worth Watching

6/20/2015 11:03am EDT
10 Great Latter-Day Sequels That Kicked Ass
The summer movie season is in full swing, with the usual glut of sequels, prequels, remakes, and other no-risk productions. Franchises keep being extended primarily because this business model is easy and familiar, but also because every once in a while, a worthwhile extension of the brand comes out. Conventional wisdom suggests that once a franchise extends beyond a trilogy, it has become at best a parody of itself. But some have managed to become reinvigorated or even reach their creative high points with their 4th, 5th, or even 21st entry. So here are some classic latter-day sequels to o...
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Check Out 'Final Destination 5' On Blu-ray Combo Pack & Download Dec. 27

12/25/2011 7:04am EST
Final Destination 5
Death stalks a group of co-workers who avoid a grisly demise in a massive suspension bridge collapse after one of them experiences a terrifying premonition in the fifth installment of the popular "Final Destination" series.

Series regular Tony Todd returns in this sequel starring David Koechner, Emma Bell, Nicholas D'Agosto, and Miles Fisher.

A poster for "Final Destination 5" was recently banned in Britain by officials who ruled it was "likely to cause fear and undue distress to children."

People claimed the graphic image of a skull being shattered by steel rods driven through its m...
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'Final Destination 5' Poster Banned In Britain

12/7/2011 7:45am EST
Final Destination 5
A poster for Final Destination 5 has been banned in the U.K. by officials who ruled it was "likely to cause fear and undue distress to children."

A gory promo picture for the film, starring actress Emma Bell, was used on buses and in the London Underground, but the shot upset some passers-by, who complained to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

They claimed the graphic image of a skull being shattered by steel rods driven through its mouth and eye sockets was unsuitable for public display, and chiefs at the advertising watchdog have agreed with them.

ASA bosses ruled the offens...
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'Planet Of The Apes' Once Again Wins Weekend Box Office

8/15/2011 8:54am EDT
Planet of the Apes
Sci-fi blockbuster "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes" has taken over the box office chart to score a second consecutive week at number one.

The "Planet of the Apes" prequel, directed by Rupert Wyatt and starring James Franco and Andy Serkis, stunned film experts last week when it debuted with takings of $54 million.

And the ape epic is still swinging from the top of the chart, racking up another $27.5 million in ticket sales. Its 10-day total now stands at a healthy $104.9 million.

New drama "The Help," based on the bestselling novel by Kathryn Stockett, opened in second place with $25.5 m...
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Charlie Sheen's 'Two And A Half Men' Character To Die In 'Meat Explosion'

8/11/2011 10:05am EDT
Two and a Half Men
As we near the next season of Two and a Half Men, we are slowly getting details on how the show is going to move on without Charlie Sheen. Now, we are hearing that his character will die in Paris after being run over by a subway train - in what is being called a "meat explosion" by TMZ.

Sounds like a death that belongs in a Final Destination movie - but with Sheen not on set, the writers had to find a way to kill him off-screen.

Charlie told TMZ he was pleased with the death of his longtime character. "I am honored that it took something as large and violent as an oncoming train to term...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - '30 Minutes Or Less,' 'The Help,' & More

8/8/2011 1:00pm EDT
30 Minutes or Less
Last week I caught two films: “The Change-Up” and “The Devil’s Double.” Neither of them blew me away, but if I had to pick a favorite of the two, “The Devil’s Double” wins.

With “Wedding Crashers” director David Dobkin at the helm, “The Hangover” writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, and actors like Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman, you’d expect higher caliber comedy in “The Change-Up.”

Reynolds and Bateman give fine performances, but the creative team lacks focus in the genre of humor it seeks, and allows the story to drag on too long. “The Change-Up” tries to mix buddy, body swapping, r...
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