R0BTRAIN's Top 10 Movies of 2011

Rob Sutton's Top 10 revealed! »»

Best Movie Trailers Of 2011

Another list from some guy who has seen too many movie trailers. »»

Blu-ray Review: Super 8

If a little more care was put into the script, Super 8 would definitely be the masterpiece that it so craves to be. »»

Blu-ray Review: Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

It's not just enough to believe in Santa Claus this Christmas, you must fear him. »»

Super 8 Announced For Blu-ray & DVD

Paramount to bring that Spielbergian magic to Blu-ray and DVD this November. »»

Super 8 Leak Traced Back To Unlikely Source: Howard Stern

Deadline Hollywood has gotten their hands around a juicy development in movie piracy. »»

BOX OFFICE: Harry Potter Shatters Multiple Records On Its Way To Be #1

Frontloaded start allows Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to break two domestic release records on its way to having the biggest worldwide opening of all time. »»

BOX OFFICE: Transformers Now #1 Film Of 2011, Horrible Bosses Debuts Strong

Transformers: Dark of the Moon overtakes The Hangover Part II for domestic dominance, while Horrible Bosses continues a streak of R-rated comedies doing healthy business. »»

Bridesmaids' Melissa McCarthy Joins Judd Apatow's Knocked Up Spin-Off

Breakout star of Bridesmaids joins the cast. One of the young stars of Super 8 also added. »»

R0BTRAIN's Badass Cinema: Rob's Mid-Summer Report Card

How's the summer so far? Ask the R0BTRAIN »»

BOX OFFICE: Transformers 3 Sends Shockwaves This Fourth of July

Transformers: Dark of the Moon obliterates Fourth of July records, Larry Crowne struggles to find viewers under the AARP age bracket, and why Bridesmaids is still relevant. »»

BOX OFFICE: Cars 2 Zooms To First, Green Lantern Has A Black Weekend

Kids dominate the box office this weekend, as Cameron Diaz tries to prove how "bad" she can be. »»

BOX OFFICE: Green Lantern Sees Green, But Not A Lot Of It

Plus kids don't give a damn about Jim Carrey and his pooping penguins. »»

From The Inside: Super 8 And What It Means For Amblin Entertainment

The glory days of Amblin Entertainment and how Super 8 and an upcoming feature about a boy and his dog can bring it back. »»

BOX OFFICE: Super 8 Is A Super Opener, Judy Moody A Bummer Summer

Super 8 is Paramount's second Summer release to hit #1 (after Thor). X-Men: First Class remains a strong second place finisher. »»

Super 8 - Review (3)

Super 8 is for anyone who couldn’t see The Goonies or E.T. in theatres »»

Super 8 - Review

Mediocre imitation of a Spielberg film »»

Super 8 Video Released

Final viral marketing piece unveiled »»

New Film Clips for Super 8 Revealed

More is being revealed .. .and it's stunning »»

Star Trek Sequel To Possibly Miss Summer 2012 Release

Trekkies may replace elves as Santa's helpers next year. »»

Super 8 Debuts Another Trailer

JJ Abrams latest debuts top notch trailer days before cinematic release »»

The Weekly Round-Up #77 with Walking Dead, American Vampire, Butcher Baker, Star Wars: Legacy, Xombi & More

Plus Captain America, Detective Comics, Uncanny X-Men, Justice Society of America, Secret Avengers, Stranger Adventures & More. »»

Super 8 TV Spot released

J.J Abrams' newest film gets some insight from TV Spot »»

Making A Case: The Summer Blockbuster

Why summer blockbusters are necessities that come at a price. »»

R0BTRAIN's Badass Cinema: Summer Movie Musings

An apology ... and then some »»

Super Bowl Movie Trailer: Super 8

J.J. Abrams' enigma movie is still an enigma, but those SFX shots sure are pretty. »»

R0BTRAIN's Badass Cinema: 11 in '11

The 11 movies I'm looking out for... »»

Captain America, Transformers, Super 8 And More to Have Super Bowl Spots

Fifteen films in all will have 30-second previews played during the February 6th football game. »»

Paramount Goes IMAX in 2011 with Super 8, M:I 4, Transformers And Tintin

Fourth Mission: Impossible to have IMAX-shot sequences. »»

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