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'Power Rangers' zeroes in on director It might be morphin time for Dean Israelite. The director is currently in negotiations to helm the Power Rangers movie for Lionsgate and Saban Brand. The filmmaker has proved his ability to work with a young cast, on a small budget, for the sci-fi demographic, as he is coming off the time...

Dean Israelite in negotiations to direct Lionsgate's 'Power Rangers' It might be morphin time for Dean Israelite. The director is currently in negotiations to helm the Power Rangers movie for Lionsgate and Saban Brand. The filmmaker has proved his ability to work with a young cast, on a small budget, for the sci-fi demographic, as he is coming off the time...

American Sniper Sets Another Record: EOB Weekend Box Office Podcast: 2/02/2015

12:48 PM 2/3/2015 by Senh Duong
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Here’s this week’s podcast. Although “American Sniper” broke another record during the Super Bowl weekend, we discuss why there was such a steep dropoff after a very good hold during the previous weekend. “Paddington” held up well, compared to other films in the top ten. Michael Bay’s found-footage, time-travel film “Project Almanac” disappointed.

Clips and the Story of Project Almanac After and a one year delay and a title change Project Almanac is in theaters today. Here are five clips and a featurette about the story of the found footage time travel flick. I would be in a cinema this weekend watching this stupid thing if not for the found footage gimmick. The premise is […] Read Clips and the Story of Project Almanac on Filmonic.

Clips and the Story of Project Almanac After and a one year delay and a title change Project Almanac is in theaters today. Here are five clips and a featurette about the story of the found footage time travel flick. I would be in a cinema this weekend watching this stupid thing if not for the found footage gimmick. The premise is […] Read Clips and the Story of Project Almanac on Filmonic.

‘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.

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Critics Consensus: Project Almanac is Fun but Uneven

rottentomatoes.com – This week at the movies, we've got time-traveling teens (Project Almanac, starring Jonny Weston and Sofia Black D'Elia), squabbling families (Black or White, starring Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer), and philandering friends (The Loft, starring Karl Urban and James Marsden). What do the critics have to say? 7 years 44 weeks ago via theothersenhman

'Project Almanac' Review: Found Footage Goes Back to the Future Woe be unto humanity if teenagers discover time travel. That’s the main takeaway from the entertaining new found-footage thriller ‘Project Almanac,’ in which a quintet of adolescents find a time machine, and do exactly what a bunch of adolescents would do if they found a time machine: Party, prank, and screw around with no thought to the consequences of their actions.

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

12:21 AM 1/29/2015 by Senh Duong
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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.

EOB Weekend Box Office Podcast: 1/26/2015 - Another Huge Weekend for American Sniper

12:03 AM 1/28/2015 by Senh Duong
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In this week’s podcast, Binh and I discuss “American Sniper’s” incredible hold after last week’s record-breaking opening. I talk about Johnny Depp’s schtick*, and we wonder if people are getting tired of it. Although “Paddington” is well-reviewed and doing decent biz at the box office, we drew the line on whether or not it would get a sequel.

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