Top 10 Movies On Demand From Comcast

It’s the weekend, and you’re going to think about watching a movie. What’s hot? What are other people watching? Most people are continuing their fascination with Edward and Bella with ‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon” (Comcast’s version includes exclusive behind-the-scenes footage). There are also quite a few Jaime Foxx-Gerard Butler fans. Anyway, there are plenty […]

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New on DVD: The Princess & The Frog, Broken Embraces & More

Premiering today on Digital Versatile Disc are Walt Disney’s return to 2-D animation The Princess and The Frog, as well as the Oscar-nominated Broken Embraces and Matthew Broderick’s Wonderful World. Also, several films are premiering on Comcast On Demand on the same day as DVD. Check them all out below. [iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/The-Princess-and-the-Frog/141435/1336168039/The-Princess-And-The-Frog%3A-Ma-Belle/embed 580 476] The […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: ‘New Moon’ Sets New Records

After scoring the all-time record for midnight screenings and opening day box office totals, The Twilight Saga: New Moon stormed through the whole weekend, raking in an estimated $140.7 million, good enough for third place on the all-time box office opening weekend charts, behind The Dark Knight’s $158.4 million and Spider-Man 3’s $151.8 million. 1. […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: ‘2012’ Blows Up

2012, Roland Emmerich’s epic disaster extravaganza about the end of the world, cha-chinged in some hefty change in its opening weekend, bringing in $65 million. The buzzworthy Precious climbed up to fourth place, while the poorly-marketed Pirate Radio didn’t break the top ten. 1. 2012 – $65m 2. A Christmas Carol – $22.3m 3. The […]

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You’ve Got B.O.: No Humbug for Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey’s A Christmas Carol won the weekend box office as expected, but it didn’t make the boffo money that most animated holiday movies tend to make, which is a sign of weak word of mouth or just a weak economy. George Clooney’s Men Who Stare At Goats managed a third place finish, while The […]

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The Fourth Kind: Blurring Reality & Insanity

The Fourth Kind is a rather ingeniously creepy new take on the classic scary movie trope of alien abductions. While they couldn’t have predicted the surprise success of the “reality-style” scare flick Paranormal Activity or this summer’s documentary-style District 9, writer/director Olatunde Osunsanmi nonetheless has managed to blend that now-familiar aesthetic with traditional filmmaking, selling […]

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