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‘Project Almanac’ Reviews: Critics Split on Michael Bay’s New Time-Travel Thriller Any chance that new sci-fi thriller “Project Almanac” has of a strong opening during Super Bowl weekend looks to be in jeopardy. The Michael Bay-produced film already faced stiff competition with Bradley Cooper‘s “American Sniper,” but now it is garnering mostly mixed reviews from critics, and currently sits at an underwhelming 32 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Also Read: 19 Biggest Box-Office Bombs and Bummers in 2014: From ‘The Giver’ to ‘Winter’s Tale’ (Photos) The story centers around a group of friends who discover the secret to time travel.

"Project Almanac" Review: Fun and Energetic, But Overly Familiar

1:21 AM 1/29/2015 by Senh Duong
Project Almanac
In terms of structure, "Project Almanac," is more like "Chronicles." It's about a group of high school friends who suddenly discover something extraordinary, plays around with it, and eventually finds that there are terrible consequences to their selfish motivations. It's filmed in the same found-footage format too. But instead of super powers, the group of friends in "Project Almanac" discovers a time machine.

This week: Michael Bay does Turtles, Woody Allen's misguided Moonlight, and a sensational second season of The Americans. ► Existing purely for nostalgia, the new TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES is exactly what you think a Michael Bay-produced TMNT movie would be: Cold, over-the-top, sterile to the point even kids might get bored. A CGI pillowcase... Read More...

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” passed $400 million at the worldwide box office this weekend, paced by a $26 million No. 1 opening in China. The Michael Bay-produced reboot took in $34.7 million from 31 markets this weekend to push its international total to $244 million, and it's global haul to more than $434 million. See photos: Big Screen to Small Screen: 27 Movies Being Made Into TV Shows  In addition to China, “Ninja Turtles” held strongly and brought in $2.3 million from the U.K. in its third weekend.

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Ouija Review

IGN Movies - Thu, 2014-10-23 16:47

Ouija Review Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes production company bring the classic board game to life in the new horror movie Ouija. Olivia Cooke stars as Laine, a high school student whose quest to find out what happened to her dead bestie unleashes supernatural fury upon her and her pals. After her lifelong friend Debbie suddenly dies, Laine finds an old Ouija board in the girl's bedroom. She uses the board in an attempt to say goodbye to her friend, but instead encounters the board's resident spirit (who calls itself DZ).

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Machete Kills Scribe to Draft Michael Bay Produced Cosmic Motors

comingsoon.net – Warner Bros. has set Machete Kills screenwriter Kyle Ward on their upcoming Michael Bay-produced adaptation of concept artist Daniel Simon's book Cosmic Motors. The book, subtitled "spaceships, cars and pilots of another galaxy," is described on Simon's official site as follows: 34 weeks 2 days ago via brucelee

Most people didn't love the way the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles looked in their recent movie, what with the lips and noses and eyes. Little did those people know that it could've been worse. Much, much worse. Case in point: these new 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' concept art sketches that are far more terrifying than anything in Michael Bay's reboot. Continue reading…

‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Sequel Greenlit; Scheduled For Release June 2016 Buzz be dammed, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ruled the box office this weekend. The reboot earned an estimated $65 million and Paramount quickly jumped into action. Sunday morning, the studio greenlit the sequel and already set a release date: June 3, 2016. Screenwriters Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec will once again write with Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes team once again producing. There’s no word if Jonathan Liebsman will direct. Read more about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sequel below. Deadline posted the not so surprising news.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shells In $25 Million Opening Day Whatever you have to say about Paramount Pictures' decision to remake Eastman and Laird's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, produced by Michael Bay, directed by Jonathan Liebesman (Battle: Los Angeles) and starring Megan Fox, William Fichtner and Will Arnett, it's definitely one for the "win" column as it pulled in an estimated $25 million its opening day with $4.6 million coming from Thursday previews.

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Michael Bay angry at Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 9/11 poster

rss.feedsportal.com – Director says he didn't give final approval for the insensitive promo. 37 weeks 4 days ago via theothersenhman
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