Movie Review – How To Train Your Dragon 2

After the events of the first film; the small Viking enclave of Berk is full of life, commerce and dragons. With dragons being faster than boats, the townsfolk of Berk can explore new lands at a blistering speed. Our heroes Hiccup and Toothless, while out exploring, run across dragon trappers who tell rumours of Drago Bludvist. Drago is a maniacal pirate that is trying to raise a dragon army. Hiccup, the reluctant heir apparent to become the next chief, tries desperately to escape his destiny; with Drago and possibly war on the horizon, Hiccup’s decisions will save or condemn his village. how-to-train-your-dragon-2-trailer-07122013-112023

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TURBO Debuts Brand New Clip!

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Few would argue that Pixar currently has the animation genre on lockdown; however, that fact is not discouraging 20th Century Fox & DreamWorks from releasing their upcoming animated feature, TURBO.  Featuring actor Ryan Reynolds as Continue reading “TURBO Debuts Brand New Clip!”

Movie Review – The Croods

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Meet Eep (Emma Stone). She is the type of adventurous teen that has caused grey hairs in parents since the Stone Age. Her overly protective father Grug (Nicholas Cage) has the purest of intentions, but is essentially keeping the family hostage in their cave. The landscape is a rugged, craggy place lacking food, water and any other sign of humans. There is a difference between living and surviving, and the Croods are surviving, barely.  Continue reading “Movie Review – The Croods”

MOVIE REVIEW: The Croods

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Of late, I noticed that our video collection is skewing more to the DreamWorks side of animated movies instead of Disney/Pixar. That’s not a slight against any other animation houses – it’s just that my 2-year-old seems to like Puss in Boots and How to Train Your Dragon more than others. To be fair, we’ve run Wreck-It Ralph and Cars by her, but she seems to like the other two better. So it’s no surprise that I took her to a screening of DreamWorks’ The Croods on an early Saturday morning, and what did she have to say about it? “I liked it.” And you know what? I liked it an awful lot, too.
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THEATER RECAP – DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon

This weekend at the Verizon Center, DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon is taking place right here in DC!  And Reel Film News was thrilled to be on hand opening night along with thousands of families to see the nights spectacular first hand.

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MOVIE REVIEW – Puss in Boots

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I have to admit first and foremost that I’m a cat person. I have a couple at home and have had cats in my life for every day with the exception of college life. So considering they’re always around you have a tendency of picking up on the little traits that are unique to cats and that only a cat person would pick up on. Considering that Puss in Boots is probably my favorite character in the Shrek series of movies, I was looking forward to this film. But did it live up to my expectations?

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Kung Fu Panda: Legend of Awesomeness Premieres in November!

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Fans of the hit Kung Fu Panda franchise will be thrilled to learn that in November, Nickelodeon and Dreamworks Animation will be premiering a series called Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness!

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Madagascar Penguins Getting Their Own Movie

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Dreamworks Animation will be releasing Madagascar 3 next summer.  And, the studio already has plans for a spinoff feature film based on the extremely popular penguins in the films.

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Save $10 off Bambi and $5 off Megamind

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For a limited time you can print out a coupon to save $10 when you purchase Disney’s Bambi Combo pack. Additionally you can print out a coupon to save $5 off Megamind. To find out more, continue reading.

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First Ever U.S. Born Giant Panda Event

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On February 15, 2011, officials at the Zoo in Atlanta and DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. issued a joint announcement that the new giant panda cub born in the United States in 2010 will be named Po. This is the only giant panda cub to be born in the U.S. He is named after the lead character Po the panda in the upcoming animated film Kung Fu Panda 2 which will be distributed by Paramount Pictures on May 26, 2011. An event was held to celebrate it and Jack Black, the voice of Po was on hand to attend.

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Super Bowl Movie TV Commercials

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Did you watch last night’s Super Bowl? Catch some of the cool movie TV spots? Hollywood shelled out millions to get your attention.  If you did, or just want to see them again, this is for you!

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Super Bowl Movie Commercials

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Are you curious which movies will be appearing as commercials during this year’s Super Bowl?

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