You’re probably familiar with Redbox — that’s the company that lets you borrow DVDs from a box outside the supermarket. Supposedly it’s all automated, but frankly they have a long…
“Really, no good…seriously?”
Somewhere at the crossroads of Coen and Tarantino, you’ll come upon Andrew Dominik’s Killing Them Softly.
Does Killing Them Softly make the grade?
Bob Cashill returns to the multiplex and ponders “Moneyball,” “Drive,” and “The Debt.”
Lots of movies will come out between now and November. Like these, for instance.
Bob Cashill goes on the road again with Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis as they hit Blu-ray.
Popdose.com’s Dw. Dunphy wonders aloud why Jennifer Aniston does so many rom-coms, and arrives at a WOPR of an answer.
Robert Cass fills in for Jeff Giles this week and takes readers on a Box Office Flashback to October 29, 1996. (Rated R for vulgar language used in response to Robert’s numerous “Macarena” jokes.)
Quentin Tarantino’s latest arrives in theaters today, and Lance Berry has been dying to tell you all about it.
As his career memoirs for Popdose reach their conclusion, Tom Werman reflects on one last big-budget project — and heads East to settle down and get, in his words, “blissed out.”
Welcome back to Farkakte Film Flashback, friends — and a Pete Chianca-led tour through some of the best time travel movies in cinematic history.
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