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Trailer Park: “TRON: Legacy,” “Yogi Bear,” “How Do You Know,” “Casino Jack,” “Frankie & Alice”

We’re a week away from Christmas, but you might notice that there aren’t any Christmas movies coming out this year. Yeah, it’s cause we totally didn’t go to the ones they made last year. Don’t fret though! Instead of watching another movie about some schmuck becoming Santa Claus, there are two Jeff Bridges movies coming out in the next two weeks, “TRON: Legacy” this week and “True Grit” next week! It’s kinda like our own little holiday. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “The Fighter,” “The Tourist,” “The Chronicles of Narnia,” And “The Tempest”

This week’s movies are like that period in music when bands all started putting “The” in front of a noun and making that the name of their band. I guess it sounds like more of a declaration or something. Or a claiming of whatever particular noun. Whatever it is, it’s pissing me off. Just kidding. I could care less. Go see a movie. Or don’t. I can’t tell you how to live your life. But call your mother. She worries. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Black Swan,” “I Love You Phillip Morris,” “All Good Things,” “The Warrior’s Way”

Baby, it’s cold outside. And I know you’d like nothing more than to stay in with some hot cocoa and a cuddle buddy, but you’ve got so much to do. There are presents to buy, grocery stores to pillage, decorations to put up and, as always, movies to see! And while there might not be any holiday-specific movies out this week, there are some dark wintry tales that require your attention. So suck it up and bring a thermos of peppermint schnapps-spiked cocoa. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Burlesque,” “Love And Other Drugs,” “The King’s Speech,” “Tangled,” “Faster”

Happy Thanksgiving weekend! You know perfectly well that this is the perfect time to catch a movie, because (a) if you don’t leave the house, you’re never going to stop eating leftovers and (b) you’ve had enough family time and it’s a great excuse to get some peace and quiet. Thankfully for you, there are all kinds of awesome movies out right now and in case you don’t believe me, you can catch the lineup after the jump. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows” “The Next Three Days,” “Today’s Special”

It’s the weekend before Thanksgiving and I guess you’re supposed to be freezing pies or making a shopping list for Black Friday or something. But don’t forget to make some time for yourself! Maybe that’s not a great angle since, given an extra hour, most of us would sleep or catch up on TV shows, but don’t forget the movies! It’s frickin’ “Harry Potter” time! There are other movies coming out too, but I’m pretty sure that 95 percent of moviegoers will be heading to the “Deathly Hallows.” And I wouldn’t blame them. That stuff is riveting. So go get ‘em, troops, and don’t forget your wizard scarves, ’cause it’s cold out there! Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Morning Glory,” “Unstoppable,” “Tiny Furniture,” “Skyline,” “Cool It”

We’re getting to that fun part of fall when you’ve finally embraced the season and are about to enter Christmas lights and frigid cold territory. You’re going to have to go shopping for presents eventually and sometimes the movies are a good break from those T. Rex claws you get from lugging around too many bags in the cold. This week has a good mix of genres—so go out, see a movie, be merry and spike the cider while you’re at it. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Due Date,” “127 Hours,” “Welcome To The Rileys,” “For Colored Girls,” “Megamind”

You spent last week partying, so you might as well give your liver a break and take it easy this weekend. Plus, you’ve got to start training for Thanksgiving and popcorn is kinda like a packing-peanut-esque expander for your tummy! I’ve been “training” for months and can already eat two pies in one sitting, so you’ve got some competition. Perhaps equally important, though, is the fact that there are some really great movies coming out this weekend. Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Saw 3D,” “Strange Powers,” “Monsters,” “The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest”

I know it’s Halloween weekend and you’ve got costume parties to attend and sexy pirates to manhandle, but just in case you decide you need a break from all that teeth-rotting candy corn and ineffective fright tactics, you can always escape to the movies! Chances are, they’re probably going to be empty anyway except for the die-hard “Saw” fans. So now’s the perfect time to see “Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields” because it’s totally not Halloween-themed and if no one else is there, you can totally throw a little party and talk to the screen. There are other movies coming out too, but I care slightly less about those, so if you want to know more, keep reading! Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Paranormal Activity 2,” “Hereafter,” “The Company Men,” “Inhale,” “Kalamity”

We’re just about a week away from Halloween and the creepy movies are back in spades. I guess that watching “Paranormal Activity 2″ would be cheaper than most haunted houses. And you don’t have to get any hay on your butt, if you don’t want to. Most of the other movies are about varying degrees of desperation. I guess this time of year lends itself to that kind of thing—wallowing in the dying bits before everything’s iced over and reborn. Or maybe I’m just projecting? Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “Red,” “Hereafter,” “Conviction,” “Jackass 3D,” “Marwencol,” “Carlos”

Every day closer to Halloween is another day that I avoid the candy aisles at the drug store so that I don’t end up passed out in a bed of 600 tiny wrappers, drooling chocolate. If you’re suffering from a similar pattern, there’s nowhere better to hide than a movie theater. But they’ve got candy there, you say? Well, hopefully that 400 percent mark-up is enough to deter you. With the exception of “Jackass 3D,” this week brought some pretty heady films to the table and, for the first time in weeks, no horror movies! So go forth and watch. Keep reading »

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