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Guests at Archon include:

  • Author, Laurell K. Hamilton
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  • Cinematic Titanic – Joel Hodgson, Trace Beaulieu, Mary Jo Pehl, Frank Coniff, and Joshua Weinstein – Former cast of Mystery Science Theater 3000

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Contest Ends: October 28, 2008


Weekend Box Office For September 26 – 28

#1 Eagle Eye from Paramount takes #1 this weekend bringing in $29.2 million. Eye showed in 3510 theaters and cost $80 million to make.

#1 Nights In Rodanthe from Warner Bros. debuts at #2 this weekend bringing in $13.5 million. Nights showed in 2704 theaters, its budget is unknown.

#3 Lakeview Terrace from Screen Gems drops to #3 this weekend bringing in $7 million, a 53% drop, and has earned a total of $25.7 million . Terrace showed in 2467 theaters, up 3 over last week and cost $20 million to make.

Rounding out the top 10 are:

#4 Fireproof: Weekend Gross: $6,514,000 / Theaters: 839 / Gross:$6,514,000 / Budget Unknown

#5 Burn After Reading: Weekend Gross: $6,169,000, down 44% / Theaters: 2649, down 8 / Gross:$45,540,000 / Budget $37 million

#6 Igor: Weekend Gross: $5,500,000, down 29% / Theaters: 2341, up 2 / Gross: $14,339,000 / Budget: $30 million

#7 Righteous Kill: Weekend Gross: $3,803,000, down 48% / Theaters: 3011, down 141 / Gross:$34,805,000 / Budget $60 million

#8 My Best Friend’s Girl: Weekend Gross: $3,800,000, down 54% / Theaters: 2636, up 32 / Gross: $14,529,000 / Budget $20 million

#9 Miracle At St. Anna: Weekend Gross: $3,501,000 / Theaters: 1185 / Gross: $3,501,000 / Budget $45 million

#10 Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys: Weekend Gross: $3,160,000, down 56% / Theaters: 1604, down 466 / Gross: $32,796,000 / Budget: Unknown

A note on “Gross”: On average, studios will earn approximately 55 percent of the final gross.

Box Office Mojo

Text Reviews Theatrical Review

Theatrical Review: Eagle Eye

As our movie starts, the U.S. government and military are tracking who they believe to be a Mid-East terrorist mastermind and they have the opportunity to strike, but all intel points that there is only a 51% chance of certainty that this is their man, and worse, he appears to be attending a funeral. The word is given to strike by the President. We then flash to Jerry Shaw, working at a copy store, who just seems like you’re ordinary slacker youth. Jerry is going about his life when he gets a phone call from his mother that his twin brother has died, and on returning from his funeral, he gets home to mysteriously discover that he now has over a three quarters of a million dollars in his bank account and his apartment filled with all the supplies need to start a terrorist revolution. He then receives a mysterious phone call with a female voice urging him to leave his apartment now because the FBI is about to invade his home. Along the way, we’re also introduced to a young single mother, Rachel who has just sent her son off to appear at a major band recital, and Rachel also receives a mysterious phone call from the same voice instructing her on a path that crosses Jerry’s, eventually putting both into a major situation…

… and again, I’m just trying to be as vague as I can be in describing the premise to Eagle Eye the latest movie from director D.J. Caruso and star Shia LaBeouf, who gave us Disturbia before this. Eagle Eye is about the ultimate in Hollywood leftist paranoia as it gets, referencing many a film before it as varied as North By Northwest, The Man Who Knew Too Much, The Parallax View, The Manchurian Candidate, The Conversation, WarGames, Enemy of the State, Colossus: The Forbin Project and one of the most blatant, and funny at the same time, 2001: A Space Odyssey and unfortunately, it’s all pretty damn convoluted, so much so that it’s pretty hard to take the whole thing to seriously.

At times it seems like it’s the kind of movie that Hollywood makes when they want to make an action movie within a movie, that is feeling like a parody and part of the problem with that is two-fold, at least for me… one, though LaBeouf does a fine enough job with the part, I just don’t care for the character as it is on paper and two, it’s too long and gives you time to think about what’s happening as it’s happening, and it’s just hard to think that anyone could be taking this all that seriously, and the filmmakers, Caruso and producer Steven Spielberg (where reportedly, the whole idea for this comes from him) play this like they want you to take it pretty seriously, in it’s popcorn movie way. Unfortunately, at least for me, I just couldn’t take it seriously for a moment.

The thing is, it’s technically proficient, with some nicely made set pieces, even though they’re highly preposterous. And it’s earnestly acted, not just from it’s lead, but also it’s support including Michelle Monaghan, Billy Bob Thornton, Rosario Dawson and Michael Chiklis (Thornton, Dawson and Chiklis, to me are the best things about the film).

I don’t think my time was wasted with this at all, but at the same time, I really find it hard to recommend this. Caruso is certainly a top-notch filmmaker as such things like The Salton Sea and Two For The Money has shown in the past, and it certainly shows here that he can make your literal big-ass Hollywood action film, it’s just a shame that he didn’t have another idea to work with, one that maybe was just a little more grounded, and with a character that I could’ve given a damn about.

Back Seat Producers Season 03 Shows

BSP Episode 076: A Few Good Men

This one is horribly late.  No excuses, but to make up for it we should have another episode dropping in the next few days. 

This one is horribly late.  No excuses, but to make up for it we should have another episode dropping in the next few days.

In this one Adam and Tony display a man-crush for Jack Nicholson that rivals their man-crush for Tee Morris.

Next up in the queue is The Count of Monte Cristo.  For good measure, you probably want to check out Man in the Iron Mask as well, we reference it liberally.

PROMO: Movie Mantras

We’ve started broadcasting our shows live on the internet when we record them.  The details will be in the audio a few episodes from now, but if you want to join in on the fun and interactive way we are doing the show, either follow tonymast on Twitter.  We drop a note out on Twitter when we start the feed.

Or just show up at Ustream TV on Wednesday Nights at around 9:00 PM Central to 9:30 PM.  Occasionally, the show won’t start immediately, but we all meet up at 9:00 PM and the conversation can last an hour or two most weeks.

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News Briefs

According to Studio Briefing the Coppola Restoration of The Godfather is being released today (Tuesday) as a five-disc collection of all three Godfather films, as well as two discs of bonus features, on DVD ($73.00) and Blu-ray disc ($120.00). In an interview with USA Today Francis Ford Coppola, who directed the original ’70s films, said that when he saw the 1972 classic on its 25th anniversary in 1997 he was disappointed in the quality and learned that the negative had deteriorated after being used to strike so many prints over the years. He said that he eventually appealed to Steven Spielberg, who had been instrumental in the restoration of Lawrence of Arabia, to seek funding for a Godfather restoration at Paramount, which had acquired Spielberg’s DreamWorks studio. In the end, not only was the film restored to its original luster but problem scenes in the original footage were corrected. All of the work, incidentally, was performed not at Paramount but at Warner Bros. Motion Picture Imagine in Burbank. Paramount post-production executive Marty Cohen told USA Today: “This is about rebuilding to some degree and putting new paint on the house.”

Simon Pegg and his Shaun Of The Dead co-star Nick Frost may be being lined up to play the Thompson Twins in the Steven Spielberg / Peter Jackson adaptation of TinTin, according to the Sunday Times. It seems that Pegg and Spielberg had a conversation about the film during a recent meeting…
“Steven’s smoking a stogy, cap on head, like he’s always been since I was a baby,” said Pegg to the newspaper. “I shook his hand and chatted about films. He gave me the mo-cap (motion-capture) camera, and I had a play around with it. Then he said, ‘Hey, maybe you and Nick Frost could play the Thompson Twins.’ In Tintin. A Spielberg movie. To work with him is beyond…”
The film is reportedly looking for financing elsewhere.

Studio Briefing reports Discovery Communications and Sony Electronics are planning a co-promotion under which consumers who purchase Sony Blu-ray Disc players this fall will receive coupons redeemable for a Blu-ray Disc sampler featuring episodes from Discovery’s Fearless Planet and Sunrise Earth. In a statement, Chris Fawcett, head of marketing for Sony’s home video unit, said, “Discovery’s high-quality programs are a tailor-made showcase for Blu-ray Disc and a great first experience for a consumer new to the format.”

Actor Kirk Cameron forced movie bosses to cast his wife Chelsea as a smooching stand-in for his new film Fireproof, because he refused to kiss his onscreen wife according to WENN. In the movie, Cameron plays a firefighter battling to save his marriage to his wife, played by Erin Bethea. But the 37 year old had made a vow to Chelsea – his wife of 17 years and the mother of his six children – that he would never kiss another woman on or off-screen, so she was brought onto the set for a romantic scene. Cameron, a partner in evangelical Christian ministry The Way of the Master, explains, “In Fireproof, there is a romantic and touching scene where he (character) kisses his wife. “Because I have a commitment not to kiss any other woman, my wife Chelsea came in to the set and wore the dress my character’s wife wore. We shot the scene in silhouette, so when I kiss my wife, I’m actually kissing my wife and honouring our marriage.

Also from WENN, British actress Keira Knightley is in talks to play Zelda Fitzgerald in The Beautiful And The Damned, according to reports. Leonardo Di Caprio is being touted as a possible co-star in the biopic, based on the life of Great Gatsby novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife. The film is set in the 1920s when the pair were known as Hollywood’s golden couple. They had a tempestuous relationship and parted, with both of them writing books about their time together. Zelda was diagnosed as a schizophrenic aged 30 and died in 1948 when the hospital she had been a patient in caught fire.

Cinematical says that American Psycho, based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis, is being turned into a stage musical. According to a press release, “The Johnson-Roessler Company, The Collective and XYZ Films have partnered to acquire, develop and produce the live stage version.” The 2000 film starring Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman, a wealthy New York investment banker whose sadistic alter ego exposes itself some some rather imaginative ways. While Bale had been acting since a very young age, it was his role in American Psycho that catapulted him into the spotlight. There’s no word on who they’ll get to play Bateman on the stage. As far as music goes, it will “revive the nostalgia of the 80’s alongside celebrated hits from the era.” Look for tunes from Talking Heads, Genesis and Huey Lewis and The News to make an appearance.

Lionsgate has acquired Gideon Raff’s Train, the quasi-remake of the Jamie Lee Curtis screamer from 1980 Terror Train according to Bloody Disgusting. No word yet on if the film will hit theaters or go direct-to-DVD/Blu-ray, but what we did learn is that the MPAA awarded the film with an NC-17. Raff, who also penned the film, will be heading back into the editing bay to trim the film for an R-rating. Those of you in Los Angeles can check out the film at next month’s Screamfest on Thursday, October 16th. The premise; In Europe, a group of American college athletes unknowingly board a train that will become one deadly ride.

From Digital Spy: Hammer Films is to make its first horror movie in more than 30 years. The legendary studio announced that it will make The Wake Wood from a script by David Keating and Brendan McCarthy. Keating will direct while McCarthy will co-produce. The film tells the story of grieving parents Patrick and Louise, whose nine-year-old daughter Alice was killed by a savage dog. When the couple move to the remote town of Wake Wood, they learn of a pagan ritual that will allow them three more days with their child. Aidan Gillen (The Wire) and Eva Birthistle (Middletown) will star alongside Timothy Spall in the movie. Principal photography began yesterday in County Donegal, Ireland. Hammer’s last horror outing was 1976’s The Devil’s Daughter.

Billy Crystal is set to return to live-action film for an appearance in Michael Lembeck’s comedy Tooth Fairy, according to Variety. Crystal joins Dwayne Johnson, who plays a minor-league hockey player who carries the nickname ‘Tooth Fairy’ because he takes pleasure in knocking out his opponents’ teeth and Julie Andrews, who plays an actual tooth fairy. In a sudden turn of events, however, he is ordered to real tooth fairy duty, which includes wearing wings, makeup, a wand and tutu. Also on board are Ashley Judd, Ryan Sheckler and Stephen Merchant. The last time we saw Crystal on the big screen was in 2002’s comedy “Analyze That.” After that, he did some voice work on “Cars” and the English version of “Howl’s Moving Castle.”

According to Variety Dwayne Johnson is heading into space for a Walt Disney flick inspired by the theme park’s Tomorrowland section, though Disney apparently denies the film has anything to do with Tomorrowland. Jon Lucas and Scott Moore will handle the script of the film, which at this stage is described only as a big space adventure. The rumor is that this is being tooled to this turn into a new franchise a la Pirates of the Caribbean? Johnson is a Disney regular now. Last year he starred in the The Game Plan, a movie that was well received by children but generally panned by adults, and he recently wrapped Andy Fickman’s upcoming family adventure Race to Witch Mountain also for Disney. As for Moore and Lucas, they recently wrote the screenplay for Mark Waters’ comedy The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past and The Hangover for Todd Phillips.

ScreenRant says Astro Boy is coming to theaters courtesy of Imagi Studios (V For Vendetta) and Summit Entertainment. It will feature the voice work of Nicolas Cage, Donald Sutherland, Nathan Lane, Bill Nighy and Eugene Levy, with Freddie Highmore (The Spiderwick Chronicles) in the title role. Hottie Kristin Bell will voice the part of Astro Boy’s love interest. David Bowers (Flushed Away) is directing and the script was written by Timothy Harris (Trading Places, Kindergarten Cop). Astro Boy was created in the 1950’s by Osamu Tezuka–a man affectionately referred to as the “god of manga” and the “father of anime.” The character of Astro Boy has been featured in three television series aired worldwide since that time. The heart of the upcoming film will be Astro Boy’s quest to find acceptance in a human world–especially the acceptance of his “father,” Dr. Tenma (Nicholas Cage), who rejects his creation when it becomes clear that the powerful robot will never be a sutible replacement for the son he lost. Along that emotional journey Astro Boy will battle robot gladiators and other villains who threaten his home of Metro City, thereby earning his place as a hero, as well as his father’s love.

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Weekend Box Office For September 19 – 21

#1 Lakeview Terrace from Screen Gems takes #1 this weekend bringing in $15.6 million. Terrace showed in 2464 theaters and cost $20 million to make.

#2 Burn After Reading from Focus drops to #2 taking in $11.2 million, down 41%, in 2657 theaters, up 6 over last. Burn has grossed $36,401,000 and cost $37 million.

#3 My Best Friend’s Girl from Lionsgate comes in at #3 this weekend bringing in $8,3 million. Girl showed in 2604 theaters and cost $20 million to make.

#4 Igor from MGM debuts at #4 this weekend bringing in $8 million for the weekend. Igor showed in 2339 theaters, and cost roughly $30 million.

Rounding out the top 10 are:

#5 Righteous Kill: Weekend Gross: $7,700,000, down 52% / Theaters: 3152 / Gross:$28,810,000 / Budget $60 million

#6 Tyler Perry’s The Family That Preys: Weekend Gross: $7,500,000, down 56% / Theaters: 2070 / Gross: $28,356,000 / Budget: Unknown

#7 The Women: Weekend Gross: $5,306,000, down 45% / Theaters: 2995, up 33 / Gross: $19,209,000 / Budget $16 million

#8 Ghost Town: Weekend Gross: $5,171,000 / Theaters 1505 / Gross: $5,171,000 / Budget $20 million

#9 The Dark Knight: Weekend Gross: $2,950,000, down 28% / Theaters: 1905, down 286 / Gross: $521,925,000 / Budget: $185 million

#10 The House Bunny: Weekend Gross: $2,800,000, down 32% / Theaters: 2,675, down 88 / Gross: $45,724,000 / Budget $25 million

A note on “Gross”: On average, studios will earn approximately 55 percent of the final gross.

Box Office Mojo

Text Reviews Theatrical Review

Theatrical Review: Lakeview Terrace

Abel Turner is a police officer, and a single father trying to raise two kids in a world that he knows is tough as hell and on top of this, he’s a black man who’s a racist, but somewhat understandably so, but it’s controlled.. to a point. That point gets raised when in his neighborhood of Lakeview Terrace comes new neighbors into the house next door, a young interracial married couple named Chris and Lisa Mattson, Chris is white and Lisa is black, and slowly Abel starts to see things with the two that he sees as disruptive to his worldview… and vice-versa with the Mattson’s, especially Chris. And trouble between the households starts to erupt…

Lakeview Terrace is the latest movie from director Neil LaBute, a director who’s always out to get a rise from his audience, and he usually does it in each one of his movies. In the Company of Men is still one of my very favorite movies to watch and to talk with people about after they see it, and hell, I’ll go on the record as one of the few who actually does enjoy his version of The Wicker Man. LaBute will continue to get that rise with Lakeview Terrace, a movie with far more meat on it’s bones than it’s simplistic marketing will suggest, and that’s basically that Sam Jackson plays a sociopath cop who’s out to make life hell for two new neighbors, and really there’s just so much more to this than that.

There’s the neighbor respect aspect (and as a homeowner my own self, believe me, there’s things I can relate to here even if in small ways), there’s a heavily racial aspect (and it would be something to imagine this movie if all races were reversed and what sort of outrage that would cause), and even an aspect that raises questions about law enforcement and just what it takes to do the job on a street level- this movie is more “cop on the edge” than something like Rightous Kill could be on it’s best day… and unfortunately, there’s no easy answers and LaBute isn’ts looking to provide any.

Yes, I could certainly see how by the time this movie gets to it’s end, other viewers could look at as entirely ridiculous, but I just see it as using high melodrama theatrics to tell it’s story. If you’ve been with the characters throughout, and are at least trying to come to some understanding with them all as you go, by the time it makes it to it’s end, you should still be questioning if the right things happened to get to that end.

I think this is one of the more challenging major Hollywood theatrical releases of the year, and I give LaBute high marks for how he got there, But will it translate the same for others… that’s extremely hard to say.

As I said above, this movie is nowhere near as simplistic as it’s marketing would imply, and LaBute makes some great choices to make it so, maybe the best of them being opening with getting to know Abel Turner before you get to know anyone else. And on a technical and storytelling level, the music of Jeff and Mychael Danna is nowhere near typical for something that’s marketed as just a thriller, it’s very understated and helps add to the idea of having something to think about here.

Samuel L. Jackson is Abel Turner and he just delivers a brilliant performance here, with a lot of layers built into it, so much so that he’s just not a simplistic “villain” by any means. Patrick Wilson and Kerry Washington play the Mattsons, and their performances are also extremely strong and with all three characters, there’s a lot to chew on here.

I think Lakeview Terrace is just brilliant and challenging filmmaking all around and certainly up there for me with some of the best that I’ve seen this year. But at the same time, I know I can honestly say that it won’t be the same thing for others and it’ll really depend on just how open you are to trying to understand all of these very complex characters.

Text Reviews Theatrical Review

Theatrical Review: Righteous Kill

Two top New York City police detectives, nicknamed Turk and Rooster, are continually frustrated at seeing collars of theirs go free by technicalities, and as the movie starts, one of them is seemingly revealing himself to be a killer, working outside the law to exact his own brand of vigilante justice. Two other detectives are also on the case, and find themselves continually thwarted at nailing who they think the murderer is. And though both Turk and Rooster have their hearts in the right place, all is not as it seems…

And yeah, I’m being as vague as I can possibly be in trying to explain the premise to Righteous Kill the new film from director Jon Avnet that teams two legendary actors together, Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro. This isn’t the first time that both actors have been in the same movie, they’ve both been in The Godfather Part II and Heat and unfortunately, Righteous Kill while enjoyable (to me anyway) isn’t anywhere as monumental as the other two movies.

The problem being that this is a movie with a “twist” and that “twist” is ultimately the downfall of the film. Both actors do their jobs well enough and it is fun to watch them play off of each other, but the “twist” itself seems like a cheat in the end and really just not worthy of the talents that these guys have exhibited in the past.

Personally, I wish they’d just not gone in with the idea of having a twist in the first place and just would’ve made this a straight-up cop film with both guys working the right side of the law and pursuing someone else in the end. I still had a good time with this, but it really could’ve been a lot better.

Pacino and DeNiro are backed up with some impressive supporting talent, including Carla Gugino, Donnie Wahlberg, John Leguizamo and Brian Dennehy and everybody does a fine job here, but it’s the material just really isn’t as worthy of their talents as it should be.

Avnet does a better job here than he did in his previous film (also with Al Pacino), 88 Minutes and does a nice job of moving things along, but again, I just wish they could’ve resisted the urge to have to make a movie with a “twist” in the first place.

If you’ve got time to kill, and want to see these guys together on-screen, Righteous Kill is an OK diversion, but at the same time, I wouldn’t necessarily urge anyone to run right out and see this in the theatre right this minute either. If you want to do something like that, then go see this week’s other big film, Burn After Reading instead…

Text Reviews Theatrical Review

Theatrical Review: Burn After Reading

Osborne Cox is a CIA analyst who’s now quit his job because of the threat of a downgrading, given the excuse of a “drinking problem,” but due to his own explosive nature, we see it’s more than that. His cold-hearted wife, Katie, reacts badly to the news, covertly planning a divorce while carrying on an affair with a U.S. Marshal, Harry Pfarrer. Harry, married and an overachiever in the worst way, in addition to his affair with Katie, is also having affairs with other women as well. Linda Litzke is an employee at a gym who’s starting to feel her age and wants to get several rounds of cosmetic surgery to find her perfect man. Osborne, now at home decides to write his memoirs as a book much to the consternation of his wife, who’s been advised to covertly get all of his financial information to help expedite the divorce process. A CD with Osborne’s information falls into the hand of Linda and her dimwit friend Chad and from there… the literal hijinks ensue.

Confused? Well, don’t be, all comes together in a highly entertaining way in this extremely black comedy from the Coen Brothers, Burn After Reading their sorbet follow-up to last year’s Oscar-winning No Country For Old Men. I say “sorbet” because essentially this is a palette cleanser compared to the grimness that was in their previous movie, but it’s not all happiness and light here either, but still an extremely welcome change of pace from the Coens.

There’s nothing at all out there like this today, basically being this extremely smart black comedy about a bunch of people who could best be described as functioning idiots. And while it’s not the type of movie that’s wall-to-wall laughs, it has it’s moments, and still comes together to just be an extremely good time.

The Coens of course know what they’re doing, and these characters are all very well drawn out. I have to give some special note to their longtime musical collaborator Carter Burwell as well, for delivering a very cool score that of course just runs extremely counter to anything you’d expect in a comedy.

The Coens have a great cast at work here- John Malkovich as Osborne, George Clooney as Harry, Frances McDormand as Linda, Tilda Swinton as Katie and Brad Pitt as Chad all do great work here and they’re all well backed up by folks like David Rasche, the always solid Richard Jenkins, and J.K. Simmons who literally steals the movie in both of the scenes that he’s in.

Burn After Reading is just an extremely good time at the movies, and as I said above, a very welcome change of pace film from the Coens that’s sort of a mix of movies like Hopscotch and A Fish Called Wanda but still comes out in the end to be something all it’s own. I cannot recommend this one enough, it’s just a really good time, and certainly up there with the best that I’ve seen for the year.