Get Them to the Greeks
Posted 15 hours ago

Today’s list celebrates the best of Greek legends in their cinematic form, and ranked them based on their powers and perceived usefulness in the featured films.

Top 10 Greek Mythological Figures in Film
Ebert's 'Life Itself'
Posted 5 days ago

Besides being an invaluable primer on the life of a man who was omnipresent in any discussion about movies for over 40 years, Life Itself has a surprising amount of…

Ebert Doc Shines Light on Movies, Death, ‘Life Itself’
“The Purge: Anarchy” Purges Horror for Action
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Nine years in the future, DeMonaco thinks this is still an issue that people will be dealing with, and has fun with the idea of the poor finally fighting back.

“The Purge: Anarchy” Purges Horror for Action
See 'Monty Python Live (mostly)'
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Enter below to win a pair of tickets to see the rebroadcast of the historic live event Monty Python Live (mostly) on Thursday, July 24 in Kansas City at AMC…

Win Passes to See ‘Monty Python Live (mostly)’ in a Theater
'Jodorowsky's Dune'
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Frank Pavich's documentary on the "best movie never made" does a fantastic job of illuminating what Jodorowsky's vision might have looked like had it ever made it to the big…

Buoyant Movie Doc ‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ out on Blu-ray
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Today’s list celebrates the best of Greek legends in their cinematic form, and ranked them based on their powers and perceived usefulness in the featured films.

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Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel team up for Sex Tape, an R-rated comedy that tries to balance raunchy humor with the wholesomeness of a family film and ends up failing both genres. The trailer gives over-explains the entire premise, but here it is again: Diaz and Segel play Annie and Jason, a loving couple that started hot [...]

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Besides being an invaluable primer on the life of a man who was omnipresent in any discussion about movies for over 40 years, Life Itself has a surprising amount of raw emotion.

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Nine years in the future, DeMonaco thinks this is still an issue that people will be dealing with, and has fun with the idea of the poor finally fighting back.

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We have passes to see HERCULES in 3D on Thursday, July 24 at 6:00 PM at Cinemark Merriam and we want you to have them!

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Win Passes to See ‘Monty Python Live (mostly)’ in a Theater

by Eric Melin July 14, 2014 Giveaways

Enter below to win a pair of tickets to see the rebroadcast of the historic live event Monty Python Live (mostly) on Thursday, July 24 in Kansas City at AMC Studio 30!

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Buoyant Movie Doc ‘Jodorowsky’s Dune’ out on Blu-ray

by Eric Melin July 14, 2014 Blu-ray/DVD Reviews
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Frank Pavich’s documentary on the “best movie never made” does a fantastic job of illuminating what Jodorowsky’s vision might have looked like had it ever made it to the big screen.

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Overwrought and Boring, Paul Haggis’ ‘Third Person’ is a slog

by Trey Hock July 11, 2014 Print Reviews
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The maniacal genius Paul Haggis has created the impossible. Third Person is a film that is complex and trite, clichéd and nonsensical, and misanthropic and overly sentimental.

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‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ builds a legend

by Trevan McGee July 11, 2014 Print Reviews
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Caesar returns in the summer sci-fi epic that is more about the cost of being a leader than it is the novelty of talking monkeys.

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The Scene Stealers Movie Podcast: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’

by Trevan McGee July 11, 2014 Podcasts
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Trevan and Trey return to go over two new movies: Third Person from that writer/director/guy Paul Haggis, who gave us Crash. If you don’t already, please Like us on Facebook. It’s the quickest way to get news, reviews and podcasts from us and the rest of the Web. And please subscribe to the Scene Stealers Podcast on iTunes or our RSS.

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‘Snowpiercer’ an Action Film with Urgency and Surprises

by Eric Melin July 7, 2014 Print Reviews
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The really great action movies are all about urgency—that life-and-death situation where the stakes couldn’t be any higher and the main character doesn’t have any other choice but to forge ahead.

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‘Heatstroke’ Showcases Versatility of ‘Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams

by Brett Steinbrink July 3, 2014 Print Reviews
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In Game of Thrones, she plays miniature badass Arya Stark, who fears no man and has a comeback for every insult thrown her way. But in Heatstroke, Williams gets to show her versatility as a young actress and convincingly plays troubled youth Jo,

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If you see ‘Earth to Echo,’ make sure to take a barf bag.

by Trey Hock July 3, 2014 Print Reviews
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This is a public service announcement. This is not a test. Do not go and see Earth to Echo.

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Win advance passes to see LUCY in Kansas City!

by Eric Melin June 30, 2014 Giveaways
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We have advance passes to see LUCY Tuesday, July 22 at Screenland Armour at 7:30 PM and we want you to have them! Register at the link below and we’ll have a random drawing to determine the winners! Website:  http://www.lucymovie.com/ Opening Date: Friday, July 25, 2014 Facebook: www.facebook.com/thepurgemovie Twitter: @LucyTheMovie  #LucyMovie Rating: Rated R for strong violence, disturbing images, and sexuality. Synopsis: From La [...]

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Gillian Robespierre tackles difficult subjects, humanity in ‘Obvious Child’

by Will Findley June 27, 2014 Print Reviews
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In her new film, Obvious Child, Gillian Robespierre shows her audience the realities of life through which great comedy is born.

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