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  • 'Project Almanac' reviews say found-footage gimmick is out of date

    The new sci-fi film "Project Almanac" tells the story of teens who build a time machine and use it for fun and gain until things get out of hand. According to reviews, however, the movie also feels like it's going back in time — and not in a good way — by using the now familiar found-footage approach popularized by 1999's "Blair Witch Project" and countless imitators. Despite delivering some amusing scenes, critics say, director Dean Israelite's film doesn't quite come together.
  • 'Project Almanac' a leap back in time, not forward

    In Hollywood's seemingly endless quest to use the found-footage gimmick to resuscitate any subgenre, we have the new time-travel movie "Project Almanac." The film self-consciously name-drops "Looper," although it probably has more in common with the...

    'Star Wars: Episode VII' wraps, gets new subtitle 'The Force Awakens'

    "Star Wars: Episode VII" has completed principal photography and gained an official title, Disney and Lucasfilm announced Thursday. The highly anticipated film shall henceforth be known as "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Scheduled to hit theaters Dec....

    'Predestination' an unpredictable thrill ride

    An inscrutable sci-fi thriller recalling "Looper," "Predestination" features Ethan Hawke as a time-traveling agent on a mission to intercept a notorious serial bomber. Unlike most entries in the genre, though, this one is conspicuously low-tech. Hawke's...

    'Too Many Cooks' takes social media by storm

    'Too Many Cooks' takes social media by storm
    By now, anyone who's spent time on social media today has probably heard about "Too Many Cooks," the 11-minute short film that Adult Swim chose to air at 4 a.m. every morning for a week at the end of October, tucked into the middle of its block of...