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The Legend Of Korra season 4 episode 4 review: The Calling

13 hours ago | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

This week's episode of The Legend Of Korra teaches viewers that friendship can last a lifetime. Here's Kaci's review...

This review contains spoilers.

4.4 The Calling

In the fourth episode of this season's Legend Of Korra, Korra finally lets go.

Jinora, Ikki, and Meelo get some much-needed time to showcase their sibling relationships this week. Together, the three of them search for Korra while increasingly annoying each other. I have a feeling that if you have siblings yourself, then you'll recognize a lot of their dynamics in your own life. But what I liked best is that in the end, all three of them were necessary to find Korra. I'm a big fan of group dynamics where everyone contributes something part of a greater whole and this episode is no exception. There's no denying that Ikki gets the best storyline of the three, though, as she expertly manipulates two men many »

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The Legend Of Korra season 4 episode 3 review: The Coronation

19 October 2014 10:34 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The Legend Of Korra book four is shaping up to be the show's best ever run. Here's Kaci's review of The Coronation...

This review contains spoilers.

4.3 The Coronation

The latest episode of Legend Of Korra is another great episode that showcases just how good the writing of this series can be. Season four is quickly shaping up to be my favourite.

Mako and Bolin are reunited at Wu's coronation but quickly find themselves at odds when Kuvira uses the moment to announce that she will in fact be the leader of the Earth Empire and that technology and innovation are the way to the future, not "archaic" monarchies. Yet again, I find myself so torn when it comes to the "villain" of this season: I agree with her point about technology and innovation, but a military dictatorship is hardly the way to go. Never trust anyone whose primary means of assuring compliance is through fear. »

- louisamellor

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Ranked: Every Summer Movie Season Since 1980 - Part 1

8 September 2014 4:11 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Summer movie season is a magic time of year when Hollywood traditionally rolls out its most appealing merchandise. It’s true that some summer movie seasons are better than others. This is our ranking of all the summer movie seasons since 1980 from worst to best. 

On January 20th, 1975, Steven Spielberg and Universal Studios released Jaws. The movie landscape would be forever changed from that date. Jaws is widely credited as being the first blockbuster film because it was the first movie to make over $100 million (non-adjusted). The fact that the film had a meager $8 million budget meant that it was a huge cash cow for the studio and rocketed Spielberg to the the forefront of a new generation of filmmakers for a new era of movie mass-consumption. George Lucas and Spielberg followed up in 1977 with Star Wars, which became a sensational and very profitable hit. It helped to convince production »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (G.S. Perno)

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Ridley Scott Sort of Addresses Whitewashing in Exodus: Gods And Kings

28 August 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings opens this December, and the casting for the film has been controversial to say the least. Although Ancient Egypt was a racially diverse society, the lead cast — Christian Bale as Moses, Joel Edgerton as Ramses, Sigourney Weaver as Tuya, and Aaron Paul as Joshua — is as white as it gets. That's unfortunately standard for a Hollywood movie, but things took a turn when the above photo hit the Internet. As you might have noticed, the important people are white, the slaves and servants are black. People had a problem with that, especially when they found that black and non-white actors were mostly credited with roles like "Egyptian Thief" and "Egyptian Lower Class Civilian." Yikes. Scott recently spoke to Yahoo Australia, and this is what he said about casting the film.

“Egypt was – as it is now – a confluence of cultures, as a result »

- Mily Dunbar

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The Legend Of Korra season 3 episodes 12 & 13: Enter The Void & Venom Of The Red Lotus

23 August 2014 7:04 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Book three's finale utterly restores Kaci's admiration for, and faith in, The Legend Of Korra. Here's her review...

This review contains spoilers.

3.12 Enter The Void; 3.13 Venom Of The Red Lotus

The season three finale of Legend Of Korra is easily my favorite finale this show has done so far. I had a problem with the finale of season one, you might remember — the last five minutes shoehorned in a happy ending. Korra and Lin got their bending back, Korra and Mako got together, and virtually every other sacrifice that had been made was "fixed." In short, it ignored the realities of violence and war. I bring that up because this finale proves to me that this show is at its best when it doesn't do that — one of the many reasons Korra is so amazing to me and a worthy successor to The Last Airbender is that it peels back the layers of oppression, »

- louisamellor

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10 Perplexing Sci-Fi Film Problems Solved By The Internet

12 August 2014 12:08 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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The majority of the most engaging and convincing sci-fi stories out there can be boiled down to one simple, concise “what if?” question. Star Trek is “what if humans come together and explore space”, The Matrix is “what if the world is a computer simulation”, and After Earth is “what if we keep letting M. Night Shyamalan make films”. It’s these questions, often derived from our own lived experience and current world, which serve as a way into fantastical fictional worlds full of crazy aliens, awesome spaceships and laser pistols. Especially the laser pistols.

It also means that Sf fans are the most dedicated of any genre, their imaginations being piqued by the questions asked by authors and sent flying off in all directions. The worlds created in science fiction films, TV shows, novels and video games are usually so fully realised that most bases are covered, »

- Tom Baker

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First Poster Art And Images From Kiriya Kazuaki's The Last Knights

10 August 2014 7:33 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

As post production is currently underway for Kiriya Kazuaki's English-Language debut, The Last Knights, a new poster art and several new images have arrived, giving us our first look at Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman. The action adventure is a Us/Korean co-production featuring an international cast that includes Cliff Curtis (The Last Airbender), Tsuyoshi Ihara (Ninja, 13 Assassins), Sung-kee Ahn (The Tower) and Park Si-yeon (Dachimawa Lee).A knight seeks vengeance when his lord is unjustly executed by a tyrannical emperor.Knight's commander Raiden receives an honor above all else when Bartok, his childless lord, names him as his heir. But his happiness is destroyed when the emperor's evil emissary Mott forces him to behead his surrogate father, and casts him and his men out of their...

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‘The Legend of Korra’: There Is Only Darkness

8 August 2014 10:31 PM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

[This is a review of The Legend of Korra season 3, episode 10. There will be Spoilers.] 

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With each passing week, The Legend of Korra journeys closer to the point of no return. Sure, season 4 is already in production, but who will live to see it?

The Last Airbender franchise is not unaccustomed to death; however, never has it been so viscerally captured right before our eyes. As the Earth Queen’s last breath was violently ripped from her lungs, it became instantly clear that this will not be the only significant death from season 3. So, who’s next?

Zaheer and his fellow Red Lotus members have succeeded in freeing Ba Sing Se from the powerful elite. Like Ra’s ...

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- David Griffin

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Insight into the failure of The Last Airbender & why M. Night isn't to blame

8 August 2014 10:54 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

M. Night Shyamalan delivered some solid cinema with (arguably) his first three films, and quickly turned into a joke afterwards. Lady In The Water underperformed, The Happening was one of the most unintentionally funny films I've ever seen, and then there's the crown jewel; The Last Airbender. While I was excited for Shyamalan to work on something he hadn't written, the end result was his biggest transgression thus far. However, it seems that the director was not completely to blame. Someone »

- Sean Wist

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10 Bad Movies Made Much Better If You Watch Them As A Comedy

8 August 2014 3:27 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Once in a while a movie is so bad that it actually hurts. Just the thought of having to watch these blunders will make you want to stick a number 2 pencil in your eye. Mariah Carey’s Glitter, M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender, the list goes on. However, sometimes a movie is so bad, so preposterous and so poorly made that they transcend shoddy film-making to become truly entertaining cinema.

We’ve all experienced this. You have your buddies over and you watch a movie that you don’t really know too much about. Come to find out, the movie is horrible. However, you find yourself strangely intrigued with the horribleness you’ve just witnessed. This is an experience (that we totally just made up) that we refer to as “terrible movie comedic liberation”. This is when you are able to watch a bad movie, laugh at it and actually enjoy it, »

- Jesse Gumbarge

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Why The Last Airbender Was Terrible And It Maybe Wasn't M. Night's Fault

7 August 2014 10:09 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

If M. Night Shyamalan.s The Last Airbender is famous for anything, it.s for being an absolute disaster. Fans of the animated series were over the moon with anticipation for the film, but now it stands as one of the most reviled big budget blockbusters of the modern era. Usually you can trace a disaster of this proportion to some bad mojo going on behind the scenes, and if a recently unearthed message board post is to be believed, then The Last Airbender is no exception to that. This story comes to us from a fan message board called AvatarSpirit.net, where a user claiming to have behind the scenes knowledge about Shyamalan.s film has spilled the beans on some very dark, corporate details about the production. The user.s story begins by saying that things were all well and good in the first draft of the screenplay »

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'Transformers 4' Star Nicola Peltz Reveals Her Favorite Places to Eat, Visit in L.A. (Video)

27 June 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Nicola Peltz is as deft at dodging killer bots onscreen as she is striding across a beach in sky-high gold Gucci platform heels and a glittery gold-and-white Proenza Schouler dress. Her starring role this summer as Mark Wahlberg’s daughter in Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction is likely to be a big break for 19-year-old Peltz, whose past work includes The Last Airbender and A&E series Bates Motel. List: The Hollywood Reporter Reveals Hollywood's 100 Favorite Films The daughter of billionaire businessman Nelson Peltz and former model Claudia Heffner, the actress says growing up with one

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Interview: Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor on ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’

26 June 2014 6:34 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – Among the Transforming machines in the fourth installment of the “Transformers” series are human actors, poised to react to the giant robot madness around them. Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor are newcomers to the series, and both are making major franchise film debuts in “Transformers: Age of Extinction.”

Peltz portrays Tessa Yeager, the daughter of Cade Yeager (Mark Walhberg), and they are both allied with the good-guy Transformer Autobots, who are the target of a government takedown. Jack Reynor is Shane Dyson, the secret boyfriend of Tessa, who also happens to be a expert race car driver, which is really handy when escaping both the emerging enemy Transformers and the government.

Nicola Peltz is also familiar to fans of “Bates Motel” on the A&E Network, portraying Bradley Martin. She was also seen in “Deck the Halls” (2006) and “The Last Airbender” (2010), and will have a role in the upcoming – and intriguingly titled “Affluenza. »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Nicola Peltz: 5 Things To Know

20 June 2014 11:10 AM, PDT | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

Nicola Peltz will soon be sharing the screen with Mark Wahlberg and everyone's favorite shape-shifting robots in the highly anticipated "Transformers: Age of Extinction."

The 19-year-old beauty, who plays Mark's onscreen teenage daughter Tessa in the latest action-packed "Transformers" installment, has some big shoes to fill, as the new leading lady of the franchise, taking over for Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and original "Transformers" star Megan Fox.

So as Nicola - who many fans know as Katara from 2010's "The Last Airbender," as well as her hauntingly brilliant role as Bradley in A&E's "Bates Motel" -- gets set to make ...

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- access.hollywood@nbcuni.com (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)

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10 Most Unwatchable TV to Movie Adaptations

10 June 2014 2:30 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

22 Jump Street is in theaters this weekend, and its one of the few TV-to-Movie franchises that has gotten it right. This comes after so many have gotten it really wrong! Adapting a hit television show to the big screen seems like it would be an easy thing. The source material is great, there's an existing audience, it should be money in the bank. But bigger does not mean better. There's more than enough examples of great TV turned into garbage cinema. So much so, there was a fair amount of difficulty and debate narrowing it down to ten, epically awful movies. Criteria had to be established. There must be a method to this madness. Terrible films like The Smurfs, Scooby Doo, Yogi Bear, or The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas still has an appeal to younger audiences who might actually be entertained by it. It does have some value. Once »

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M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Wayward Pines’: It’s Definitely Not ‘Twin Peaks,’ Okay?

13 May 2014 5:00 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

A government agent who appears without warning in a small, sleepy woodsy town in the middle of nowhere that’s hiding much more than it seems? A town that’s full of weirdos — both the harmless and the probably insane? And all of the action seems to take place around him hanging out in the local diner getting his next batch of information? It sounds familiar because it’s Twin Peaks. But Wayward Pines, a new show from executive producer M. Night Shyamalan, is certainly trying its damndest to convince us that it’s something completely different. Adapted from “Pines,” the novel by Blake Crouch, the series will arrive on Fox in 2015 to hopefully cleanse the taste of After Earth. And The Last Airbender. And The Happening. And Lady in the Water. And from our mouths as Shyamalan’s assurance that he can still produce something legitimately creepy and bizarre. Is »

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Skins: Where Are They Now?

24 April 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

The BAFTA award winning teen drama sensation Skins took Britain by storm in 2007 with its controversial story lines and relatable and eccentric characters. The show’s success made it the perfect training ground for up-and-coming British teen actors to throw themselves into the spotlight. In Justin Edgar’s energetic new comedy We Are The Freaks we find two of Skins‘ most popular alumni take centre stage on the big screen. Parsons (SkinsMike Bailey) and Chunks (SkinsSean Teale) accompany Jack (Jamie Blackley) on an eventful weekend that might change their lives forever. As this stylish, coming 0f age, cult comedy takes us back to the rebellious era of the 1990s, we celebrate the release of We Are The Freaks by taking our own look back at some of our favourite Skins stars and find out what they’ve been up to since leaving the hit drama.

Mike Bailey – played »

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The 20 Best Summer Blockbusters of All Time: 'The Sixth Sense'

14 April 2014 12:54 PM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

In the post-Lady in the Water era, it’s tough to remember how bonkers people once went for The Sixth Sense. But a mere millennium ago, M. Night Shyamalan’s atmospheric thriller was the toast of audiences and critics alike — a box office smash, a cultural touchstone, a freakin’ Best Picture nominee. Not only at the MTV Movie Awards, but also at the Oscars!

How did a simple, potentially gimmicky ghost story capture our hearts and minds so fully? Easy: because despite the shadow hindsight casts upon it, The Sixth Sense is a great movie. Its brief 107-minute run »

- Hillary Busis

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Marky Mark Flees Killer Spaceships in New Transformers 4 Poster

31 March 2014 8:11 AM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Those transforming alien robots from outer space don’t know who they be messin’ with. Check out a new poster for Michael Bay’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” which finds the man formerly known as Marky Mark fleeing a giant killer spaceship. I still can’t believe Wahlberg is playing dad to teenage characters these days. Man, where did all the time go? Anyways, Wahlberg plays a down-and-out mechanic in Texas who gets caught up in all manner of transforming alien robots from outer space shenanigans. Needless to say, he’s going to need that Texas toughness to survive. And did I mention he has a totally hot daughter, too? Damn. That’s the girl from “The Last Airbender”? Apparently so. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, Li Bingbing, T.J. Miller, Han Geng, and Titus Welliver. Marky Mark fights back this June 27th. »

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Cast revealed for M. Night Shyamalan's Sundowning

24 March 2014 1:36 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

After the critical failure of big budget blockbusters such as The Last Airbender and After Earth, filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan is returning to his roots with a low-budget thriller entitled Sundowning, which is currently shooting in Pennsylvania with a cast that includes Kathryn Hahn (We're the Millers) and young actor Ed Oxenbould (Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day).

According to The Wrap, Sundowning "is described as a psychological phenomenon associated with increased confusion and restlessness in patients with some form of dementia" and the film will see Hahn as a single mother whose two young children visit their grandparents, where things go "very wrong." Shyamalan has written and directed the movie, and is also producing alongside Marc Bienstock and Ashwin Rajan. »

- Gary Collinson

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