Babysitting? Agoraphobic? Under house arrest? Whatever the reason, if tonight finds you stuck at home, there are plenty of movie options to choose from:
On HBO, Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore face off in the romantic comedy Because I Said So.
On Cinemax, check out last year's runaway blockbuster comedy Night at the Museum.
On Pay-Per-View, two new movies make their debuts: John Cusack's paranoid frightfest 1408 and Robin Williams's wacky comedy License to Wed. Posted 11.03.07 by reelz
Headlining today's new DVD releases are Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and the surprise hit 1408. Also arriving in stores today are indie flicks Jindabyne and Civic Duty.
Our personal pick this week is the 40th Anniversary edition of the Disney animated classic The Jungle Book.
Reelz.com's Jeff Otto got a special inside look at the making of the new Platinum Edition Jungle Book DVD along with a tour of the Disney Vaults. Check it out here!
Posted 10.02.07 by reelz
Since when is a $32 million opening weekend and a number one ranking at the box office considered a disappointment? That's the question facing the producers of Evan Almighty this morning, as the sequel to Bruce Almighty took in less than half of what its predecessor earned over the same time period four years ago, despite a budget rumored to be over $200 million.
John Cusack's horror flick 1408 proved a pleasant surprise, coming in second with a $20.2 million take, according to boxofficemojo.com, while Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer trailed closely behind at $20.15 million in its second week of release. Rounding out the top five were Ocean's Thirteen and Knocked Up, which earned $11.3 million and $10.6 million, respectively. Posted 06.25.07 by reelz