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New Batman v. Superman Photos: No-Pants Wonder Woman
First-look photos give more clues about the movie, while not hiding much of Wonder Woman.
The Gunman is Now on DVD. Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Care
The director of Taken tries to convince us that The Gunman is anything but a generic thriller.
The 5 Best Movies of 2015… So Far
2015 has been a good year so far. Here are five reasons why.
Here’s the First Image from Independence Day Resurgence
Roland Emmerich has revealed the first photo from his upcoming sequel.
Now on DVD: Happy ‘Chappie’
South African accents. High-tech gadgetry. A questionable ending. It's a Neill Blomkamp movie!
‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Shoots Onto Blu-ray
If it looks bad and sounds bad, it probably is bad. Kingsman defies such logic.
‘Run All Night’ with Liam Neeson? Why Not.
Here's our movie review for the latest Liam Neeson action flick, now on DVD.
Ranking the SIFF 2015 Movies I Watched
Over 450 films have screened at SIFF. I managed to watch only 10.
Jupiter Ascending: Star Yawn
In space, no one can hear you yawn. This sci-fi stinker is now on DVD.
‘American Sniper’ Takes Aim on Blu-ray. Here’s a Review.
The blockbuster hit starring Bradley Cooper is now available to own.
These 8 Summer Movies Are Going to Flop
Each summer, several movies will disappoint. This summer will be no different.
We Finally Watched ‘Taken 3′. Don’t Make the Same Mistake.
Liam Neeson will find you, and he will bore you to death in this lame sequel.
We Ranked All of Marvel’s Movie Adaptations
Here are the best and worst movies based on Marvel comic books.
The 10 Best Russell Crowe Movies
With The Water Diviner coming to theaters this week, here's a look at Russell Crowe's best movies.
Interstellar Soars Onto DVD. Here’s Our Review.
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic is now on DVD. It is not the movie you are expecting.
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Magic Mike XXL on Blu-ray: Hard or Limp?
Review: ‘The Martian’ is as Good as the Book
Now on DVD: More of the Same with ‘Avengers 2′
Why You Should See the Brutally Intense ‘Sicario’