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  MTV Movie Award Nominees Announced
Posted by: Christine on May 4th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

This year’s MTV Movie Awards Nominees have been announced. It may come as no surprise that tween hit Twilight is nominated for the most number of categories – seven. Oscar winner Slumdog Millionaire is nominated for six, while MovieSnobs favorite The Dark Knight is only up for four.

MTV has added new categories this year, including Best Song and Best WTF Moment (featuring nominees such as the naked breakup in Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

For the first time in the Movie Awards’ history, viewers can vote on the Best Movie category right up until the announcement of the winner. This is also the first year that the nominees were decided on by fans voting through MTV’s website. The show will air live on May 31st at 9pm.

For a full list of nominees, visit MTV’s official site.




  On DVD This Week 03/31/2009
Posted by: Mike on Mar 31st, 2009 Leave a Comment »

> <a type=Slumdog Millionaire – Blu-ray
> <a type=Marley and Me – Blu-ray
> <a type=Seven Pounds – Blu-ray
> <a type=Bedtime Stories – Blu-ray
> <a type=In Plain Sight – Season One




  All Best Pictures Nominees – $30
Posted by: Mike on Jan 23rd, 2009 Leave a Comment »

Once again this year, AMC is pulling out the stops for the Oscar Best Picture Nominees, offering a special package for $30, starting next Friday.

$30 gets you a “collectible pass” to see all five movies:

You also get a free large popcorn with free refills all day (no soda, though).    You can save $5 if you’re an AMC MovieWatcher member, and only pay $25.

While I’d love to see all these movies, especially Button again, I’m not sure I could sit in a theater for an entire day, seeing all films.

You can get the details on AMC’s website, here.




  Paul Blart: Mall Cop Tops
Posted by: Mike on Jan 19th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

Further proof that people prefer a silly laugh over a deep, meaningful movie – Paul Blart: Mall Cop was number one at the box office over the weekend. I had planned to go see it, seeing as how it was filmed at “my” mall, but just never got around to it. It could have something to do with the foot of snow that fell over the weekend, or it could have something to do with the fact that I’m lazy. Here’s the weekend boxoffice take:

  1. Paul Blart: Mall Cop – $33.8M
  2. Gran Torino – $22.2M
  3. My Bloody Valentine 3-D – $21.9M
  4. Notorious – $21.5M
  5. Hotel for Dogs – $17.7M
  6. Bride Wars – $11.8M
  7. The Unborn – $9.85M
  8. Defiance – $9.21M
  9. Marley & Me – $6.3M
  10. Slumdog Millionaire – $5.9M



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