PG-13 Version of The King’s Speech Opens Today

No, this isn’t an April Fools’ Day prank. It was announced last week by The Weinstein Company that a “family-friendly” version of The King’s Speech would be released into theaters today, April 1, 2011. Nobody is crying censorship, obviously, but many, including me are wondering why. Let’s be perfectly clear: The King’s Speech is an R rated movie because it uses the f-word 12 times. The rule is no more than two f-words in a PG-13 movie and not one

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Trailer Tuesday: Piranha 3D

I feel guilty perpetuating nefariously obtained, poor quality trailers (that will likely be yanked in the coming hours), but I’m also convinced the world needs more mainstream “fish-that-eat-people-movies”. So the decision to post the trailer for Piranha 3D was kind of foregone. Way back, Andy threw up some pics and an interview from the upcoming Alexandre Aja-directed (The Hills Have Eyes, Mirrors, Haute Tension) cheese-fest. The movie was slated for an April 2010 release but recent rumor mongering says that

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Trailer Tuesday: A Single Man

A Single Man is one film, along with a few others, I’m sad I won’t see before the Utah Film Critics Association votes on the best of 2009 this Thursday evening. The film stars Colin Firth (Mama Mia!) and Julianne Moore (Blindness) and is directed by fashion magnate turned filmmaker, Tom Ford. If you can’t put a face to the name, there was a Vanity Fair cover a few years ago where Ford posed clothed with a fully nude Scarlett

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