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Universal Titles Jurassic Park 4 JURASSIC WORLD – Set Release on June 12th, 2015 – Plus Watch the Pitch Trailer

Jurassic World Banner - CopyEarlier this week, and to the liking of many fans, Universal announced the release date and official title for the forthcoming Jurassic Park sequel.  Formerly titled Jurassic Park 4, Universal revealed that Jurassic World will be roaring its way into theaters on June 12th, 2015.  The June 12th release date was appropriately and smartly announced just after the news that Disney would be pushing back Pirates of the Caribbean 5‘s release date from June 10th – so the weekend will likely belong to the dinosaurs.  Along with the announcement of the title change and release date, a pitch trailer allegedly presented to Stephen Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy by director Colin Trevorrow has found its way online.  Hit the jump to read more and check out the film’s exciting pitch trailer.   Read the rest of this entry

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Two New TV Spots for JURASSIC PARK 3D

Jurassic Park T-RexCan you believe that it has been 20 years since Jurassic Park stomped and roared its way into the realm of film immortality?  In honor of the 20-year anniversary, Universal Studios is giving fans a chance to see the film like never before.  Two brand new TV spots for Jurassic Park 3D have been released this week, featuring some of the most iconic imagery from the classic film.  I was only three years old when the film saw its initial release, so seeing it in theaters this April is an absolute must for me – it is without a doubt one of my favorite films of all time.  Hit the jump to take a look! Read the rest of this entry

Review: Lincoln

(This is a repost of my review published on rhymeetreason.com on October 26th, 2012)

When one thinks of acclaimed director Steven Spielberg, images of extraterrestrials, ferocious dinosaurs, or the bloody beaches of Normandy may come to mind – but with his latest outing, Spielberg gives viewers a dramatic and gripping change of pace in this epic portrayal of America’s 16th President.  Lincoln, written by decorated playwright Tony Kushner, is the story of Abraham Lincoln’s tireless campaign to pass the 13th amendment which would result in the abolishment of slavery. Read the rest of this entry