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“Pitch Perfect” Character Guide: Meet The Bellas!

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Meet The Bellas!

We are so so so psyched to see “Pitch Perfect” when it hits theaters on October 5. “Glee” meets “Bring It On”? Um, yes please! But in advance of seeing the film, we should probably get to know our roster of high-note-hitting glee club members, The Bellas. In the video above, find out more about how The Bellas start out and who they become once Anna Kendrick’s Beca and Rebel Wilson’s Fat Amy (seriously, that’s her character’s name…) start singing. [Official Site]

The Adorable Kid From “Charlie & The Chocolate Factory” Is Going To Play Norman Bates

Freddie Highmore, whose adorable mug you may remember from “Finding Neverland” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” has just secured a role in A&E’s “Psycho” prequel. The actor will be playing Norman Bates.

We previously heard not only was this prequel, called ”Bates Motel,” actually happening, but they were already far into the casting stage. Vera Farmiga is set to play Norman’s mother, Norma, in the series. Read more…

“The Master” Is A Masterpiece

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Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film stars a stunning Philip Seymour Hoffman as a 1950s cult leader who offers followers therapy to cure their demons; the film focuses on his intense relationship with a shellshocked disciple, played by an equally impressive Joaquin Phoenix. Critics are raving. Read more…

5 Female Friendship Lessons I Learned From “Bachelorette”

September is International Womens’ Friendship month, so it’s fitting that the movie “Bachelorette” is out this month too. I went into the movie expecting a typical wedding rom-com about women who have perfect jobs and men, but instead I got a hilarious movie that finally depicted female friendships in a real way. Keep reading »

9 Animal Movies To Make You Weep

Sad movies exist in every genre. Romance is obviously full of weepers, and plenty of dramas have enjoyed yanking your heart out and showing it to you as you stagger out of the theater. Even an action or sports movie can reduce the tough to tears if done right. (“Field of Dreams,” anyone?)

But there’s one little genre that seems hellbent on making us cry, and that’s animal movies. They’re fiendishly clever about it, too, luring you in with promises of being child-friendly, heartwarming and fun before killing off a fuzzy protagonist or two. They’re worse than horror movies, because at least horror is honest about the body count.

In honor of taking the plunge (again!) with ”Finding Nemo 3D,” we have compiled nine of the most heartbreaking animal weepers in cinematic history. Read it only if you have something soft to hug. Read more…

Toronto Film Festival: The Verdict On The Movies You’re Dying To See

It’s become fairly common knowledge that the unofficial awards season kicks off with the Toronto International Film Festival. Critics and film fans alike have all eyes on the Canadian city as studios launch their Oscar hopefuls and indies look for distributors.

With films like “Slumdog Millionaire” and “The King’s Speech” having made their international debuts at the fest, the movies showing this year are among those we can’t wait to see this fall — in fact, we listed 20 of them before TIFF even kicked off. So, how did they fare? Well, here’s what the reviewers from our sister site, Film.com, had to say…

“The Place Beyond the Pines” — B: Starring: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Rose Byrne and Eva Mendes. There is true beauty in the despair that pervades “The Place Beyond the Pines,” a treatise on the compromises we all make to protect and provide for our loved ones. Read more…

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