Movies

The Dark Knight Rises New Trailer Released

Posted December 19, 2011 by Recultured Team

We originally got a taste of the Dark Knight Rises about half a year ago when Hollywood released a quick minute-and-a-half teaser trailer. Less than a week ago, an early screening of the movie’s first 6 minutes was leaked to the internet (Google is your best friend to find those clips). Now, a new trailer […]

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Movies

Who are the Avengers?

Posted November 18, 2011 by Recultured Team

Before reading the rest of this article, hold onto your pants and watch this. Don’t forget to click full screen and high definition! What do we do? We get ready. The Avengers Movie theatrical trailer finally released on the interwebs just a few weeks ago and here at Recultured we want to make sure you […]

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Movies

Four Promising Book-to-Movie Adaptations

Posted October 22, 2011 by Recultured Team

Despite the challenges facing movie adaptations, they are a central component in the continued success of the movie industry, and many of the best movies ever released have been adapted from books. This article is about four movies adapted from written mediums that look like they will satisfy even ardent fans of the source material.

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Entertainment

The N word (Nostalgia, of course)

Posted October 9, 2011 by Recultured Team

Do you consider yourself a TV or movie junkie back when you were growing up? Read more about the upcoming movie re-releases of some timeless on-screen 90’s classics we’ve all grown to know and love!

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Comedy

Fall in “Crazy, Stupid, Love.”

Posted September 1, 2011 by Recultured Team

From the writer of Tangled, and Cars 2 Dan Fogelman presents a new twist on the conventional Romantic Comedy with “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” This movie caught my eye from the opening trailer, not only because of the storyline but because of the incredibly talented cast, starring some of my favorite actors Steve Carell (from the Office) and Ryan Gosling (from The Notebook).

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