Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
‘Oz’ is Financially Powerful, Not Great
The Wizard of Oz prequel is now on DVD, but don't bother.
Review: ‘Kon-Tiki’ is Like ‘Life of Pi,’ Only Great
The true story of a Norwegian adventurer puts Oscar-winning 'Life of Pi' to shame.
‘The Hobbit’ Review: Peter Jackson Takes a Serious Risk
Peter Jackson takes a serious risk in his return to Middle Earth. Does it pay off?
New Lone Ranger Trailer, Poster and Photos, Oh My!
Johnny Depp tries his best to be racist in
The Lone Ranger
Snow White Blu-ray Review: Style, No Substance
At least director Rupert Sanders got to have sex with Kristen Stewart.
Review + Giveaway: The Lord of the Rings Blu-rays
Warner Brothers has just released 15 discs of Lord of the Rings goodness.
Watch the Oz Great and Powerful Trailer!
Sam Raimi directs this colorful prequel to the
Wizard of Oz
Win a Wrath of the Titans Blu-ray Combo Pack!
Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson return for the sequel, in stores now.
Pixar Returns to Form: A ‘Brave’ Movie Review
Brave is a charming, fun-filled thrill ride featuring one of Disney's sassiest princesses yet.
Sherlock Holmes 2 Blu-ray: Why So Complicated?
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is now on Blu-ray. And on DVD. And the cloud. And...
30 New Snow White Photos!
Snow White and the Huntsman debuts in theaters this Friday. In anticipation of the fantasy war epic, we've added nearly 30 stills to the photo gallery.
Hunger Games On Pace for Record Box Office Weekend
The Hunger Games
has proven that is much more like
ever was, with a massive March opening that breaks several records.
Liam Neeson Plays a Badass in The Grey
Liam Neeson crashes in Alaska and is forced to kill wolves to survive. "Forced" is a strong word, however, as he seems to get aroused at the thought of killing the beasts.
The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn Movie Review
The Adventures of Tintin
is an entertaining, fun and superbly detailed action-adventure film that people of all ages will enjoy.
The Rocketeer Soars Onto Blu-ray, Brings Nostalgia
I was nine years old when The Rocketeer flew into theaters, and I loved it. Now on Blu-ray, the movie stands the test of time surprisingly well.
Page 2 of 3
Review: Radcliffe Sheds Potter Scar, Grows ‘Horns’
Review: ‘Fury’ Is No ‘Private Ryan,’ But That’s OK
Men, Women & Children Review
‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ on DVD: Two Casts, One Cup