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Selena Gomez Nominated For Worst Actress Razzie Award For ‘Getaway’

30 December 2013 7:01 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

Selena’s turn as a gun-toting, car-almost-jacking thrill-seeker on the big screen has earned her a major nomination!

“I stood up and cheered!” raved absolutely no one who saw Selena Gomez and Ethan Hawke‘s 2013 film Getaway, so it’s no surprise the action-thriller is nominated for three Razzie Awards, presented to the year’s less-than-stellar cinematic works. But hey, a nomination’s a nomination — even if the category is “Worst Actress” — so we’d like to take this time to congratulate our girl Selena on her prestigious recognition.

Selena Gomez’s Razzie Nomination: Why We’re Proud Of Her

Films are designed to move us, one way or another, and Getaway did just that. Selena’s film stirred enough emotion within the hearts and minds of the Razzies’ nominating committee that it chose to bestow this nomination upon her, and for that, we salute her.

As is tradition, the »

- Andy Swift

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Longlist for the 34th Golden Raspberry Awards

30 December 2013 12:39 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With awards season in full swing, the longlist for several top "honours" in the 34th annual Golden Raspberry Awards have been revealed, and you can check out the current contenders for the worst of the year right here by way of Awards Watch ahead of the announcement of the final Razzie nominees on January 15th....

Worst Picture

47 Ronin

A Madea Christmas

After Earth


Grown Ups 2

Grudge Match

Inappropriate Comedy

Movie 43



Runner Runner

Scary Movie 5

The Big Wedding

The Host

The Lone Ranger

Worst Director

Carl Rinsch - 47 Ronin

John Moore - A Good Day To Die Hard

M. Night Shyamalan - After Earth

Courtney Solomon - Getaway

Dennis Dugan - Grown Ups 2

Vince Offer - Inappropriate Comedy

The 13 People Who Directed Movie 43 - Movie 43

Robert Luketic - Paranoia

Malcolm D. Lee and David Zucker - Scary Movie 5 »

- Gary Collinson

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Who Is the Best Movie Villain of 2013?

24 December 2013 3:05 AM, PST | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

The big screen was full of bad guys (and girls) this year - and they weren't just prevalent in superhero blockbusters. Sexy Brit Max Minghella's The Internship character is as venomous as the Wicked Witch of the West, just in a less obvious way. Of the dragons, witches, interplanetary visitors, and other baddies, which of these was the best villain of 2013? Don't forget to vote in all our best of 2013 polls! »

- Shannon Vestal

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Who Are the Best Movie Dude Buddies of 2013?

22 December 2013 7:00 AM, PST | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

It has been a banner year for man-friends, as several duos and teams of dude buddies took over the big screen. The guys known as the Channel 4 News Team are reuniting for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, the Hangover boys made a comeback, and Spock and Kirk made quite the intergalactic pair. Meanwhile, Vince Vaughn buddied up to Owen Wilson in The Internship and Chris Pratt in Delivery Man. Who earns your title of best dude buddies of 2013? Cast your vote! Source: Relativity Media, Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures, and Disney »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Saving Mr. Banks

21 December 2013 12:17 PM, PST | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

Saving Mr. Banks

Directed by: John Lee Hancock

Cast: Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Bj Novak, Jason Schwartzman, Paul Giamatti

Running Time: 2 hrs 5 mins

Rating: PG

Release Date: December 13, 2013 (Chicago)

Plot: “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers (Thompson) has some reservations about Walt Disney’s (Hanks) adaptation of her story.

Who’S It For? Fans of Disney, specifically those who are in their secret D23 club.


Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks is engineered to capture the experience of watching a story that is supplanted with the copyrighted “Magic of Disney,” from humanizing a king and showing him as socially accessible in his own castle, to the usage of music (granted, from another musical) as its spiritual force. In this way, Saving Mr. Banks parallels last month’s Disney project Frozen, especially with the immediate similarities of icy women learning to warm up due to accepting the social embracing of others. But, »

- Nick Allen

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The Worst Movies of 2013 Review Themselves

20 December 2013 9:55 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Via MTV News — Everyone loves reading critics' takedowns of movies, so much so that Roger Ebert even put out a book called "Your Movie Sucks."

But you probably didn't realize that the harshest movie critics are the movies themselves.

We've put together a supercut showing that this year's movies seemed to have a bit of a self-esteem problem. Wondering what the makers of"After Earth" thought of their film? You'll see star Jaden Smith proclaim "That sucked," while his father Will tells him "That is correct." Want to explain the failure of "The Internship?" John Goodman can help you out by looking straight at Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn and telling them "You two are dinosaurs, face it." How does Halle Berry feel about being in "The Call"? Well, as she says, "Sometimes we all get into situations that sometimes get out of our control."

Read more at MTV News. »

- MTV Staff

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues review: how news got broken

17 December 2013 7:04 AM, PST | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Far from perfect, but its humor is nearly Monty Python-esque, much more deliciously absurd and creatively bizarre than its predecessor. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): hated the first film

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

By Odin’s beard! The spirit of Movies 2013 is all over Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. I’m not even kidding. It’s got a “working at SeaWorld will kill your soul” vibe, just like Blackfish. It’s all superfly 70s New York bullshit and self-delusion like American Hustle. It’s got a shark fight right outta The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (and poor Kristen Wiig playing the exact same part she plays in Mitty, the gal a guy falls in love with from afar at the office, even if it’s all way goofier here). It’s got a man lamenting getting left behind »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Walking with Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie review: where is an extinction-level event when you need one?

16 December 2013 5:08 AM, PST | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Sub-vaudeville 1950s sitcom humor and a horrifically dated message about boys as heroes and girls as the heroes’ property. You know, for kids! I’m “biast” (pro): love dinosaurs

I’m “biast” (con): tired of movies that think they can get away with being idiotic because they’re “for kids”

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

I shall very slightly paraphrase the famed chaotician Ian Malcolm — who has had some experience with the terrible lizards — to explain Walking with Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie:

Now this is one big pile of shit.

It shouldn’t be. Screenwriter John Collee has written good, smart stuff for kids — Happy Feet — and adults: Creation and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. Codirector Barry Cook also codirected Arthur Christmas, which is sheer joy, and his directing partner Neil Nightingale has produced a ton of beautiful nature »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Philomena, 12 Years A Slave, Gravity, Star Trek Into Darkness Among Scores In Contention For Oscar

12 December 2013 7:33 PM, PST | | See recent news »

One hundred fourteen scores from eligible feature-length motion pictures released in 2013 will be vying for nominations in the Original Score category for the 86th Oscars®, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today.

A Reminder List of works submitted in the Original Score category will be made available with a nominations ballot to all members of the Music Branch, who shall vote in the order of their preference for not more than five achievements.  The five achievements receiving the highest number of votes will become the nominations for final voting for the award.

Nomination voting in all Oscar categories begins Friday, December 27 and ends Wednesday, January 8.

The eligible scores along with their composers are listed below, in alphabetical order by film title:

      “Admission,” Stephen Trask, composer

      “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” Daniel Hart, composer

      “All Is Lost,” Alex Ebert, composer

      “Alone Yet Not Alone,” William Ross, composer

      “The Armstrong Lie, »

- Michelle McCue

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Academy Qualifies 114 Scores for Oscars

12 December 2013 3:53 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The Oscars’ year of super-sizing continued on Thursday with the Academy announcing that 114 musical scores had qualified for the Best Original Score category. The number was 10 more than qualified last year and 17 more than the previous year. Hans Zimmer has two of the most high-profile scores in the running with “12 Years a Slave” and “Rush,” as well as a third in “Man of Steel.” Other composers with multiple entries include Christophe Beck (“The Hangover Part III,” “The Internship,” “R.I.P.D.” and “Runner Runner”), Henry Jablonsky (“Captain Phillips,” “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” and “Turbo”), Thomas Newman (“Saving Mr. Banks” and “Side »

- Steve Pond

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Oscars: 114 Original Scores to Compete for Top Prize

12 December 2013 3:46 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences unveiled its list of 114 feature film scores that will be competing for the five nominations.

The roster includes films that are considered front-runners as well as documentaries, foreign-language films and animated features, and range from mega-hits like “Iron Man 3″ to mini-budgeted pics like “Escape From Tomorrow.”

The eligible scores along with their composers are listed below, in alphabetical order by film title:

Admission,” Stephen Trask, composer

“Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” Daniel Hart, composer

All Is Lost,” Alex Ebert, composer

Alone Yet Not Alone,” William Ross, composer

The Armstrong Lie,” David Kahne, composer

Arthur Newman,” Nick Urata, composer

At Any Price,” Dickon Hinchliffe, composer

Austenland,” Ilan Eshkeri, composer

Before Midnight,” Graham Reynolds, composer

The Best Man Holiday,” Stanley Clarke, composer

The Book Thief,” John Williams, composer

“The Butterfly’s Dream,” Rahman Altin, composer

The Call,” John Debney, composer

Captain Phillips,” Henry Jackman, »

- Tim Gray

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Academy names 114 scores for Oscars

12 December 2013 8:13 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Senior executives at the Academy announced on Dec 12 that 114 scores have been submitted for the original score Oscar category.Scroll down for full list

A reminder list of works submitted will be made available with a nominations ballot to all members of the music branch, who will vote in the order of their preference for up to five scores. 

Those five that receive the highest number of votes will be announced as nominees on January 16 2014.

According to the rules, to be eligible the original score must be a “substantial body of music that serves as original dramatic underscoring, and must be written specifically for the motion picture by the submitting composer.

Scores diluted by the use of tracked themes or other preexisting music, diminished in impact by the predominant use of songs, or assembled from the music of more than one composer shall not be eligible.”

Admission, Stephen Trask

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Daniel Hart

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- (Jeremy Kay)

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’12 Years a Slave,’ ‘Fruitvale Station’ Excluded From WGA Awards

3 December 2013 6:33 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Writers Guild of America has remained tough on qualifying scripts for its screenplay awards, excluding more than a dozen high-profile scripts, including John Ridley’s screenplay for “12 Years a Slave.”

The guild’s restrictions — far more rigorous than other guilds — require that scripts be produced under WGA jurisdiction or under a collective bargaining agreement in Canada, Ireland, New Zealand or the U.K. The WGA had no immediate comment on the exclusions, but the restrictions on eligibility are a longstanding practice at the guild.

Other notable screenplays excluded include Peter Morgan’s screenplay for “Rush”; Ryan Coogler’s script for  “Frutivale Station”; “Philomena,” written by Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope and “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,” penned by William Nicholson.

Voting to determine the WGA’s nominees launched Tuesday on 95 eligible screenplays — 41 in the adapted category and 54 in the original category. The guild’s restrictions also require that the »

- Dave McNary

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Box Office: Did 'Delivery Man' Have a Chance Against 'Catching Fire'?

25 November 2013 2:30 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Was "Delivery Man" just a sacrificial lamb, opening opposite "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"? It didn't have to be.

Sure, there was no way in Panem that "Catching Fire" would fail to debut at No. 1 and win the weekend by a huge margin. But that didn't mean that a smartly counter-programmed film couldn't do well, too. Before "Catching Fire" set a November record this weekend with an estimated $161.1 million, the record-holder was 2009's "The Twilight Saga: New Moon," with $142.8 million, and yet "The Blind Side" managed to debut with $34.1 million the same weekend. Similarly, on the July 2008 weekend that "The Dark Knight" premiered with $158.4 million, musical "Mamma Mia!" earned $27.7 million.

No one was expecting numbers like that for "Delivery Man," even though it was expected to appeal to an older audience seeking comedy over action and political allegory. Some optimistic pundits guessed that it might open as high as $15 million. »

- Gary Susman

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Weekend Report: 'Catching Fire' Burns Bright, Sets November Record

24 November 2013 11:41 AM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent news »

As expected, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire attracted nearly unprecedented crowds to movie theaters this weekend. The highly-anticipated sequel opened to $158.1 million, which is the best opening ever in the month of November. It's also the sixth-biggest opening on record, and ranks third all-time among 2D-only movies.Catching Fire's $158.1 million opening is a bit above the original Hunger Games, which surprised many when it opened over $152 million last March. It's also ahead of the three Twilight sequels that opened at the same time in November*all three wound up between $138.1 million and $142.8 million. Catching Fire's debut ranks behind The Avengers, Iron Man 3 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, all of which had the added benefit of 3D ticket pricing. On Sunday, Lionsgate's estimate for the movie was $161.1 million, which would have set a new 2D-only record. When actuals were tallied, though, Catching Fire fell a »

- Ray Subers <>

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Box office report: 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' breaks November record with $161.1 million debut

24 November 2013 9:59 AM, PST | EW - Inside Movies | See recent - Inside Movies news »

The girl on fire is still burning bright! Lionsgate’s hotly anticipated sequel The Hunger Games: Catching Fire trounced the competition over its first weekend at the box office, pulling in an estimated $161.1 million. That gross handily beats the $152.5 million opening of The Hunger Games, which opened in March 2012, and it stands as the best November debut of all time ahead of The Twilight Saga: New Moon, which bowed with $142.9 million in 2009.

Only three films have ever opened higher than Catching Fire: The Avengers ($207.4 million), Iron Man 3 ($174.1 million), and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 ($169.2 million). Many prognosticators »

- Grady Smith

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‘Delivery Man’ a creatively hollow attempt at crowd-pleasing uplift

21 November 2013 9:05 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Delivery Man

Written and directed by Ken Scott

USA, 2013

Somewhere in the last 10 years, Vince Vaughn decided to smooth out his edges, sanding down his hard exterior to a bland nub. His acidic work in films like Made, Swingers, and even something as outrageous as Old School is a thing of the past, if his 2013 output is any indication. As both a feature-length Google ad and as a comedy, The Internship was, at best, a forgettable attempt by Vaughn and Owen Wilson to recapture their lewd glory from Wedding Crashers. And now we have Delivery Man, a remake of the French-Canadian film Starbuck, all about a lovable, oafish slacker who turns his life around when he discovers that he’s the biological father of over 500 children.

The high concept aside—and kudos to writer-director Ken Scott, because seriously, how was this not a Jim Carrey vehicle a decade and a half ago? »

- Josh Spiegel

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Delivery Man Review

21 November 2013 8:41 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The instant problem when a new remake is released is the inevitable comparisons to the original film. I had never watched Starbuck in its entirety, but knew more than enough about it when it was announced that original co-writer/director Ken Scott would be remaking the French-Canadian film in English. But that begs the question: would it really be necessary to examine the original work before watching the new one, or would it be more appropriate to watch the new film on its own first? In the case of Delivery Man, it may have been better to not watch the original first.

David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn) is a bit of a loser. He delivers meat for his family’s butcher shop, he owes $80,000 to shady characters, and his girlfriend Emma (Cobie Smulders) is pregnant. If that wasn’t bad enough, David finds out that a mix-up with sperm donations he »

- David Baldwin

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Forecast: 'Hunger Games' Sequel to Set Record Books on 'Fire'

21 November 2013 4:37 PM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent news »

Friday Update: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opened to a massive $70.5 million on Friday, which is a bit ahead of the first movie's $67.3 million opening day. Overall, it ranks seventh all-time. For the weekend, it's now guaranteed to earn at least $145 million, and could make it as high as $160 million.Forecast: This weekend, Katniss Everdeen steps back in to the box office arena with Catching Fire, the sequel to 2012 sensation The Hunger Games. With a more aggressive marketing campaign and an expanded fanbase, it's practically a foregone conclusion at this point that Catching Fire will top the original's $152 million opening*though it's unclear if it's even possible to go much higher.Ahead of the release of the first movie, it already seemed like Suzanne Collins' young-adult book franchise was on track to become as big as Twilight or Harry Potter. Still, The Hunger Games exceeded sky-high expectations when it opened to $152.5 million, »

- Ray Subers <>

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What's Vince Vaughn's Best Movie?

20 November 2013 11:56 AM, PST | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

This weekend sees the release of Vince Vaughn's third of four movies for 2013. Delivery Man follows The Internship, where he was reunited with Owen Wilson, as well as the indie A Case of You, which opened in a limited amount of theaters early this month and features Vaughn in a minor role. Next month, he'll reprise his small part as Wes Mantooth in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. What a busy year. But will it be his best? Not likely, looking at the reviews of the three movies that have come out so far. But box office-wise it'll be just fine. His greatest year with consideration of both critical and financial success was back in 2004, when he showed up in the popular and relatively acclaimed trio of Anchorman, Dodgeball and Starsky and Hutch.  Or maybe his...

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