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'Crash' Movie Review: Several Excellent Performances in Contrived Ethnically Conscious Drama

'Crash' movie: Ryan Phillippe as a good white Los Angeles cop with subconscious 'racist side.' 'Crash' movie review: California tossin' and turnin' Screenwriter Paul Haggis' multiple award-winning directorial debut, Crash, is set in a Los Angeles that is part Quentin Tarantino, part Paul Thomas Anderson, part Spike Lee, part Bret Easton Ellis. Haggis' L.A. also happens to be a place with precious little in common with the Southern California metropolis located on Planet Earth. In the film, Haggis and co-screenwriter Robert Moresco tell us – or rather, scream at us – that the Angeleno boiling (definitely not melting) pot is about to explode at any moment, as Los Angeles denizens spend all their spare time hating, fearing, misunderstanding, and cheating […]


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'Crash' Movie Review: Several Excellent Performances in Contrived Ethnically Conscious Drama



'Avatar' Gross: No. 3 All-Time Domestic vs. the Inflation Factor

'Avatar' with Sigourney Weaver: Worldwide box office milestone reached. 'Avatar' passes $2 billion milestone worldwide, to surpass 'Titanic' in U.S. & Canada – but not in ticket sales Jan. 31, '10, update: Avatar's estimated weekend (Jan. 29-31) gross was at the higher end of expectations: $30 million at 3,074 locations. That represents a small 14 percent drop from last week. Average per theater: $9,759. After 45 days out, Avatar's domestic total stands at $594.4 million. If weekend estimates are correct, James Cameron's sci-fi adventure will surpass Cameron's romantic melodrama/disaster movie Titanic (not accounting for inflation or higher 3D/IMAX ticket prices) either Tuesday or Wednesday next week. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, Titanic grossed $600.4 million back in 1998. Also […]


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'Avatar' Gross: No. 3 All-Time Domestic vs. the Inflation Factor



'The Dark Knight' Trailing Only 'Star Wars' & 'Titanic'?

'The Dark Knight' with Heath Ledger as The Joker and Maggie Gyllenhaal as Rachel Dawes: Latest Batman movie trailing only 'Star Wars' and 'Titanic'? 'The Dark Knight' has climbed to third spot on all-time domestic box office chart – or has it? Aug. 11, '08, update: The Dark Knight topped the North American box office for the fourth consecutive weekend (Aug. 8–10, '08) with $26 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates made available on Sunday. Lifting its total gross to $441.5 million, Christopher Nolan's critically acclaimed sequel to Batman Begins has climbed to the third spot on the all-time domestic box office chart – as long as inflation is set aside. In other words, without reflecting constant dollar […]


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'The Dark Knight' Trailing Only 'Star Wars' & 'Titanic'?