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    ‘Brave’ and ‘Pixar Short Films Collection, Volume 2’ Blu-rays offer insightful special features

    There’s no better proof of Disney’s unparalleled dedication to giving you your money’s worth with their home media than two new releases, Brave and the Pixar Short Films Collection, Volume 2 (though more the former than the latter). Both Blu-rays come out today, and if you’re a Pixar completist, you’ll want to either get them […] More

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    Video Of The Day: What If Pixar Made The Expendables 2?

    The Tumblr round-up is a compilation of images, links, posters, stories, videos and so on, taken from the Sound On Sight Tumblr account. We simply do not have the man power nor time to write articles on every interesting movie related goody we find, so this is our way of still promoting some of the […] More

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    Score At The Half – Hollywood: Zero, Audience: Even Less

    Hollywood needs a hit Actually, Hollywood needs a bunch of hits. Actually, Hollywood needs a bunch of big, fat, through-the-roof hits. And with the summer – and the year – half over, the time to come up with them is running out. The movie business finished 2010 with the second highest domestic box office on record:  $10.2 […] More

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    Infographic: Oscars vs. Box Office

    Winners of Best Picture range from the budget-breaking Titanic to the relatively inexpensive American Beauty, but an Oscar win can in fact increase ticket sales to a film that normally wouldn’t have most moviegoers flocking to see it on the big screen. Here is an interesting infographic titled Oscars vs. The Box Office which displays […] More

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    A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Oscars (part 2)

    I will leave the discussion of what/who won/didn’t win and why/why not to others.  I have only one concern:  Did it work? For the now befuddled, let me recap what I laid out back in January when the 2011 Academy Award nominations were announced: A year earlier, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences […] More

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    Videocast: Front Row Center Episode 2b: Oscar Talk

    In Part 2 of our Oscar prediction special, Justine and Simon weigh in on the remaining major categories, including the main event, Best Picture, on which they are split – will it be initial frontrunner The Social Network, or insurgent award-winner The King’s Speech? Each has their own (probably dubious) reasoning – but of course […] More

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    Guild Awards for Editing & Sound Mixing Announced

    The American Cinema Editors handed out their “Eddie Awards” and with no surprise The Social Network was named the best edited feature-length drama. Alice in Wonderland won in the comedy/musical category, Toy Story 3 in the animated category and finally Exit Through the Gift Shop won in the documentary category. Modern Family, The Walking Dead, […] More

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    Videocast: Front Row Center Episode 1b: Oscar Talk

    Are you already sick of Oscar coverage? Tough luck, ’cause Justine and Simon have some thoughts on the major categories at this year’s festivities, so if you’re planning an Oscar pool – well, maybe look elsewhere, ’cause frankly Simon’s batting average isn’t all that great. (Just ask his wallet.) Anyway, in this first installment, they’ll […] More

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    Video Of The Day: Take A Tour Inside the Pixar Studios

    When people think about Pixar on the road to the Academy Awards, they think Pixar is a guaranteed shoe-in to win Best Animated Feature considering their recent winning streak. But many folks in the animation industry and fans, have criticized the award, saying it is only intended to prevent animated films from having a chance […] More

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