Dec 252013
Dubbed Cursing In Movies On Network Television Compilation

There’s always that immediate excitement followed by disappoint when finding your favorite movie on TV. Besides for cutting ‘unnecessary’ parts of a film to fit a certain time frame, the bad dubbed swearing really ruins the experience. 

BuzzFeed Pop made this hilarious compilation of the worst dubbed cursing in movies on TV offenders. The video features “100% real television censorship.”

Honestly, the old fashion beep would be much better. 


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Dec 172013
‘Filmography 2013′ Movie Mash Up Is The Movie We All Wanted To See This Year

Movie obsessed Gen Ip has a tradition of wrapping up the year by creating an epic movie mash up of the best movies from the past 12 month. 

She started in 2010, and has gone viral with each annual video since.  

Thankfully, she’s returned to close 2013 with this epic mash up, titled Filmography 2013, comprised of clips from 300 movies packed into one bite sized video. 

The video explores “the ideas we keep coming back to: the purpose of life, the nature of evil, the mystery of death, the power of love, and the inevitability of time.”


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Dec 132013
Edge Of Tomorrow Trailer

Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt star in the upcoming science fiction feature film Edge Of Tomorrow

The Warner Bros. Pictures action thriller takes place in the near future when mankind is faced with an unstoppable alien attack. 

The movie hits theaters June 6, 2014.


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Dec 112013
Jupiter Ascending Trailer

This Warner Bros trailer for the upcoming Wachowski film Jupiter Ascending has instantly gone viral. 

The new sci-fi film tells the story of Jupiter Jones, played by Mila Kunis, who is targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe, and teams up genetically engineered ex-military hunter, played by Channing Tatum.

The movie debuts July 25, 2014. 


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Dec 092013
Disney’s Frozen ‘Let It Go’

Unsurprisingly, Disney’s 53rd animated feature, Frozen, was a huge success at the box office after debuting in theaters. 

To keep the magic rolling, Disney has released this clip from the film featuring the song Let It Go which is an original number written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony Award winner Robert Lopez, and sung by Idina Menzel.

Over the weekend, the clip has managed to garnered over 2.5 million hits!


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