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The Watch Synopsis

Suburban dads form a neighborhood watch group to get time away from their families, only to discover a plot to destroy Earth.
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The 10 Most Disappointing Movies Of 2012 The 10 Most Disappointing Movies Of 2012
Looking back a year full of movies you have to remember the bad with the good. We can celebrate the best of the best and express our love and appreciation for them, but for the sake of balance it’s important to look back at the ones that we expected more from – the ones that didn’t deliver on expectations or hopes. These are the titles we see in theaters and leave saying, “Man, I wish that was better.”

The 10 Most Disappointing Movies Of 2012

The Watch Is Headed To Blu-ray in November The Watch Is Headed To Blu-ray in November
The Watch, Fox Home Entertainment’s story of a neighborhood crew who spends a lot of time jerking around until a real alien-oriented emergency arises, didn’t spend too long in the box office, which is pretty sucky for a film boasting three big names and Richard Ayoade. If you missed the flick, but still want to see some alien kick-ass for yourself, you’ll be able to catch The Watch on Blu-ray and DVD beginning on November 13.

The Watch Is Headed To Blu-ray in November

Weekend Box Office: The Dark Knight Rises Again Weekend Box Office: The Dark Knight Rises Again
Two new movies hit theaters this weekend but both landed with rather unimpressive thuds. Both lost out to continuing champion The Dark Knight Rises and three week old Ice Age 4.

Weekend Box Office: The Dark Knight Rises Again

The Watch Director Akiva Schaffer Talks Aliens, Improv, And More The Watch Director Akiva Schaffer Talks Aliens, Improv, And More
When you have a cast that includes the likes of Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade, there is a particular level of pressure involved. Because you want to create a balanced ensemble, there is one side that says each actor should have equal time on screen, while the other says to just let the camera follow the funny.

The Watch Director Akiva Schaffer Talks Aliens, Improv, And More

Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill And Richard Ayoade Talk The Watch Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill And Richard Ayoade Talk The Watch
When crafting an ensemble comedy, you can do a lot worse than having names like Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade, and that’s the exact brilliant cast that director Akiva Schaffer brought to his new film, Neighborhood Watch.

Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill And Richard Ayoade Talk The Watch

Outtake Reel From The Watch Is NSFW And Very, Very Funny Outtake Reel From The Watch Is NSFW And Very, Very Funny
The Watch comes to theaters this Friday, but it's not too late for one last bit of new footage from the film to pique your interest in seeing it. And because director Akiva Schaffer is a veteran of the Lonely Island, the comedy troupe that knows better than anyone how to use the Internet to their advantage

Outtake Reel From The Watch Is NSFW And Very, Very Funny

This Rotten Week: Predicting The Watch And Step Up: Revolution Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting The Watch And Step Up: Revolution Reviews
I’ve got a matinee appointment with Batman, Bane and the crew so forgive me if I’m little amped up. But before heading off to the theaters there’s some flicks to cover. This week we’ve got the neighborhood watch and some hot-bodded dancers stepping up once again

This Rotten Week: Predicting The Watch And Step Up: Revolution Reviews

The Watch Clip Proves Stakeouts Aren't What They're Cracked Up To Be The Watch Clip Proves Stakeouts Aren't What They're Cracked Up To Be
With the premise well established in the theatrical trailer, Twentieth Century Fox is now reveling in the bizarre comic chemistry these funny men share. In the latest released clip these four fumbling watchmen are on a stakeout, and so are confined to keep undercover in their car. Even when nature calls

The Watch Clip Proves Stakeouts Aren't What They're Cracked Up To Be

New Trailer For The Watch Makes Sure You Know It's An Alien Movie New Trailer For The Watch Makes Sure You Know It's An Alien Movie
Back in April Fox announced that they would be changing their marketing strategy for the comedy The Watch (formerly known as Neighborhood Watch). Due to the shooting involving Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, the studio said that future posters and trailers would focus more on the science-fiction element of the story in the movie. So now the newest trailer for The Watch begin? By explaining that the world is under attack from aliens.

New Trailer For The Watch Makes Sure You Know It's An Alien Movie

Neighborhood Watch's Red-Band Trailer Reveals Dirty Jokes And A New Title Neighborhood Watch's Red-Band Trailer Reveals Dirty Jokes And A New Title
The upcoming Fox feature Neighborhood Watch is a sci-fi comedy that pits a bunch of goofy suburban dads--played by Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade--against invaders from outer space. It has absolutely nothing to do with the tragic death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin

Neighborhood Watch's Red-Band Trailer Reveals Dirty Jokes And A New Title

Neighborhood Watch Footage At CinemaCon Reveals The Aliens Neighborhood Watch Footage At CinemaCon Reveals The Aliens
Due to the situation with Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, the upcoming Akiva Schaffer-directed comedy Neighborhood Watch has hit a few speed bumps. The controversial case has not exactly primed people to laugh about private security groups and vigilantism. To combat this, it was revealed earlier this month that the film’s marketing would start focusing more on the science-fiction side of the story and the alien invasion that drives the plot.

Neighborhood Watch Footage At CinemaCon Reveals The Aliens

Future Neighborhood Watch Trailers Will Draw Attention To The Aliens Future Neighborhood Watch Trailers Will Draw Attention To The Aliens
The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case is one of the most hotly debated subjects in the country right now, but regardless of who is right there is one company that is most definitely being hurt: 20th Century Fox. This summer the studio is distributing Neighborhood Watch, a new film written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and starring Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade.

Future Neighborhood Watch Trailers Will Draw Attention To The Aliens

Fox Pulls Neighborhood Watch Marketing In Wake Of Trayvon Martin Case Fox Pulls Neighborhood Watch Marketing In Wake Of Trayvon Martin Case
The studio points out, rightly, that they put together the marketing campaign well before the Trayvon Martin story came to light, and that the teaser poster was inevitably going to be replaced closer to the film's July 27 release date. They're not yanking the advertising entirely, just hitting pause while the story plays out and they figure out the moment to market a comedy called Neighborhood Watch without bringing a terrible story to mind

Fox Pulls Neighborhood Watch Marketing In Wake Of Trayvon Martin Case

Neighborhood Watch Teaser Trailer Boasts Child Harassment But No Aliens Neighborhood Watch Teaser Trailer Boasts Child Harassment But No Aliens
With his Oscar nomination, 21 Jump Street coming in a few weeks and this movie opening July 27, Jonah Hill is having a hell of a year. And he's in good company too-- as sick as you may be of some of the nonsense Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn has made, they're more than balanced out by the likes of British import Ayoade (of The IT Crowd and director of Submarine) and the talent behind the screen

Neighborhood Watch Teaser Trailer Boasts Child Harassment But No Aliens

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