The gang is back, and this time they've joined the circus.family fun at home
Get your movie fix Posted 05.14.13 by reelz
Because those cute little dogs already get plenty of awards-season recognition.
From vicious and violent to cute and raunchy, there have been many notable animal characters in the past year. But since this is the Reelzies, the category has to be more specific than just Best Movie Animal, so instead we present the Reelzie nominees for Best Lion, Tiger, and/or Bear in a 2012 Movie. Vote for your favorite big-screen critter >> Posted 12.24.12 by Mandy
Adam Sandler sinks to new lows in his latest one-gag raunch-fest.straight-shooting, no b.s. reviews
Weekday mornings on the REELZ Show Posted 10.17.12 by BrentJS
|Title ||Weekend ||Total ||Analysis |
|Madagascar 3 ||$35.5M ||$120.5M ||Was able to hold the #1 spot for a second week thanks to pair of flops; toon grossed more than Rock of Ages and That's My Boy combined |
|Prometheus ||$20.2M ||$88.9M ||Despite coming in second, this sci-fi pic had a disastrous 73% Friday-to-Friday decline (even worse than last year's bomb Green Lantern) |
|Rock of Ages ||$15M ||$15M ||Had the sixth-highest opening for a musical but still a disappointing debut for a Tom Cruise pic |
|Snow White and the Huntsman ||$13.8M ||$122.6M ||Still trying to get out of the red ($175M budget) to greenlight a sequel |
|The's My Boy ||$13M ||$13M ||Adam Sandler's worst live-action comedy opening since 1996's Happy Gilmore |
Posted 06.17.12 by Chris
|Title ||Weekend ||Total ||Analysis |
|Madagascar 3 ||$60.4M ||$60.4M ||On par with the original Madagascar but just missed Escape 2 Africa's numbers |
|Prometheus ||$50M ||$50M ||Though it failed to land at No.1, Ridley Scott's return to sci-fi had one of the best second place debuts ever |
|Snow White and the Huntsman ||$23M ||$98.5M ||This fairy tale retelling dropped a massive 59% in its second weekend thanks to fierce competition and mediocre word-of-mouth |
|Men in Black III ||$13.5M ||$135.5M ||Though a dud stateside, has become the highest-grossing MIB entry overseas |
|The Avengers ||$10.8M ||$571.9M ||After six weeks in theaters, this blockbuster is inching toward $600M |
Posted 06.10.12 by Chris
Six years ago, Alex the Lion (voiced by Ben Stiller), Marty the Zebra (Chris Rock), Gloria the Hippopotamus (Jada Pinkett Smith), and Melman the Giraffe (David Schwimmer) were safely on their way from the Central Park Zoo to a wildlife preserve in Kenya when a botched penguin hijacking found them washed up on the shores of an island off the coast of Africa in Madagascar.
In the sequel, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, the gang decided that it was time that they return to New York City, but their plane crash-landed in the heart of Africa and, of course, trouble ensued. Now, everyone's favorite animal entourage returns in their first 3D adventure, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, in which they once again try to return to their home at the Central Park Zoo only to end up getting stranded in Europe, hooked up with a traveling circus and pursued by the police (led by Frances McDormand). watch the teaser trailer >> Posted 12.10.11 by BrentJS
Some people use Labor Day to mark the end of summer. In our case, it's when the last of the blockbuster movies have rolled out... and we're left looking ahead to next year's big releases.
What's on deck for Summer 2012? Well, not surprisingly, more sequels, remakes, and lots and lots of 3-D. The Avengers kicks things off May 4, and the season climaxes on July 20 with the release ofThe Dark Knight Rises. See what else we have to look forward to in our preview of the 25 movies we'll be talking about next year.
Summer 2012 Preview >> Posted 09.02.11 by reelz