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Weekend Box Office: ‘Turtles’ Take Box Office

1:48 PM 8/10/2014 by Logan Falk
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Sometimes there’s no accounting for taste, especially where hyped-up summer releases are concerned. Despite receiving largely negative reviews, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was able to power its way to the top of the box office charts. Still, perhaps this isn’t too surprising—Michael Bay has a talent for defying bad critical reception and making a bunch of money anyway.

‘Into the Storm’ Review: Life Is Good, This Is Bad Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc Into the Storm is uneventfully being dumped into theaters this weekend with a logline I won’t dare try to stretch into a lengthy synopsis. It reads as follows: “Storm trackers, thrill-seekers, and everyday townspeople document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes touching down in the town of Silverton.” At this point you may be finding yourself a bit perplexed, maybe even infuriated by the idea that out of the 10,000 scripts Warner Bros. likely receives every year, they chose this one to greenlight.

New in Theaters: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' 'Step Up: All In,' 'Into the Storm,' 'The Hundred-Foot Journey'

11:30 PM 8/8/2014 by Logan Falk
The Hundred-Foot Journey
After last weekend’s box office blowout, any quality release would have a hard time topping it—unfortunately, only one of them is rated well, so they have almost no chance. It’s going to be a sad weekend no matter how you slice it, so let’s get to it.

‘Into the Storm’ Review: Life Is Good, This Is Bad Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc Into the Storm is uneventfully being dumped into theaters this weekend with a logline I won’t dare try to stretch into a lengthy synopsis. It reads as follows: “Storm trackers, thrill-seekers, and everyday townspeople document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes touching down in the town of Silverton.” At this point you may be finding yourself a bit perplexed, maybe even infuriated by the idea that out of the 10,000 scripts Warner Bros. likely receives every year, they chose this one to greenlight.

Review: Found Footage Tornado Disaster Flick 'Into The Storm' "If we don't take care of nature, nature will take care of us," is the teenage pearl of wisdom that Donnie (Max Deacon) shares in "Into The Storm." This is indicative of the on-the-nose moralizing in this confused summer disaster flick that struggles to commit to what kind of movie it wants to be. One part environmental warning, another part PSA, and third part revelling in wind and rain-blown destruction, the movie is ultimately a string of set pieces barely held together by the thinnest of stories.

In the new disaster flick INTO THE STORM, Matt Walsh and Jeremy Sumpter star as storm chasers who are trying to track down a tornado up-close-and-personal. Unfortunately for them, they find it and all sorts of bad weather problems go down. Sumpter may be familiar to many of you thanks to his turn on “Friday Night Lights” and Walsh – who has a number of credits to his name – can be seen on the series “Veep.”... Read More...

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Set Visit: We go Into The Storm w/ Richard Armitage and Sarah Wayne Callies!

joblo.com – We're in Pontiac, Michigan (a suburb of Detroit), witnessing a major disaster-in-the-making… minus the disaster. The streets of Pontiac are substituting as the main street of Silverton, Oklaholma where lots of major weather is a' brewin' during the events of New Line Cinema's INTO THE STORM, or at least will be once all the effects are added in. 5 years 48 weeks ago via jackiechan

Take Cover in this New Trailer for Disaster Movie “Into the Storm” Into the Storm is probably not on a lot of people’s radar, despite opening in little over a month. So Warner Bros. released a new trailer to remind you what it’s all about, and yes, that’s a flying truck. Bottom line, Into the Storm is a found-footage disaster movie, but not quite. Chronicle stretched the […] Read Take Cover in this New Trailer for Disaster Movie “Into the Storm” on Filmonic.

'Into the Storm' Banner Brings the Fury of a Fiery Twister One tornado ripping through town is bad enough, but in the upcoming Into the Storm, multiple twisters converge on the sleepy town of Silverton, as we can see in the new banner released by Warner Bros. Richard Armitage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Jeremy Sumpter and Matt Walsh lead a diverse cast, but the true star of this action-thriller will likely be the massive storms brought to life by director Steven Quale (Final Destination 5). Would you dare go into a fiery storm like this, even though there aren't any deadly sharks inside like in Syfy's Sharknado 2: The Second One?

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Into the Storm

Into the Storm
From New Line Cinema, in association with Village Roadshow Pictures, comes the tornado disaster film “Into the Storm.” Steven Quale (“Final Destination 5”) directs the film, which is produced by Todd Garner (“Zookeeper,” “Knight and Day”). In the span of a single day, the town of Silverton is...
Steve Quale
New Line Cinema
PG-13
98mins
August 08, 2014
Distribution
Thriller