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Whoa: Free Tickets to See John Wick in Seattle/Portland
We have hundreds of tickets to the new Keanu Reeves movie to give away. Whoa.
‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ on DVD: Two Casts, One Cup
Bryan Singer directs the big budget equivalent of Two Casts, One Cup.
Review: Tom Cruise Dies Repeatedly in the Awesome ‘Edge of Tomorrow’
Whether you love him or hate him, you can enjoy watching Tom Cruise die over and over.
We’re Giving Away Tons of ‘Fury’ Movie Tickets
If you live in the Portland, OR or Seattle, WA areas, have no fear: you can see Fury early.
Transformers: Age of Extinction is Now on DVD. Don’t Watch It.
Michael Bay, you did it. You made your new worst movie.
‘The Rover’ Review: Why Wait for the Next Mad Max?
Now on DVD, The Rover has Guy Pearce killing people in a dying, post-apocalyptic world.
The 19 Movies You Have to Watch this Fall
Because we said so, that's why. Don't question. Just accept.
Get Free Passes to See Denzel’s The Equalizer
Denzel Washington's new movie looks good. Here's how you can see it early.
On DVD: Godzilla Smashes Things Because He Can
The giant lizard stars in a movie where lots of things get smashed.
Blooper Reel: Watch Captain America F**k Up
If you don't like blooper reels, there is something pathologically wrong with you.
Final Hunger Games: Mockingjay Poster Unveiled
Jennifer Lawrence is back, and she's wearing clothes this time. Too soon?
Captain America 2: The Best Marvel Sequel Ever?
Captain America is back, and his movie (now on DVD) may be the action movie of the year.
‘The Not-So-Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Hits DVD
This movie review includes swear words. Because it makes you want to swear.
Review: ‘Need for Speed’ Needs More Speed
Fast and Furious
wannabe, now on DVD, could learn from its title.
Divergent Review: Better than Hunger Games?
Though not without its shortcomings, Divergent--now on Blu-ray--is pretty decent.
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MLK Drama ‘Selma’ on Blu-ray: Relevant Timing or What?
Avengers: Age of Ultron Review
We Ranked All of Marvel’s Movie Adaptations
Review: ‘Adult Beginners’