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‘The Heat’ Burns Its Way onto DVD
The hit Sandra Bullock/Melissa McCarthy comedy is now on DVD.
Review: ‘This Is the End’ Starts on Blu-ray
One of the funniest and crudest movies of the year arrives on Blu-ray.
Review: ‘The Kings of Summer’ Reigns Supreme
All you need to know is that Ron Swanson is in it. Now on DVD.
22 Must-See Movies Coming Fall 2013
Half of them star Michael Fassbender or Matthew McConaughey.
Review: Fey, Rudd Fail to Gain ‘Admission’
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd pair up for Admission, but the result is shrugworthy.
On DVD: ‘Pain & Gain’ More Pain than Gain
It's funny until you realize it's a true story about sociopaths.
Simon Pegg/Nick Frost on The World’s End, Cannibalism
The World's End is in theaters Friday. So we talked to Simon and Nick about it.
The 10 Best Matt Damon Movies
Elysium hits theaters this Friday. Here are 10 other Matt Damon movies worth watching.
Review: ‘The Sapphires’ a Hidden Gem
Now on DVD, the movie is about an Aboriginal band and racism, so naturally it stars a white guy.
‘Starbuck’ Review: Entertaining and Not Too French
Vince Vaughn has a new movie coming out called
. This is the original.
The Worst Movies of 2013 – So Far
These movies deserve to be shamed for their awfulness, and it's only July.
Adam Sandler Movies: A Box Office History
Adam Sandler has had his bombs, but his box office capital is still on the rise.
Review: ‘Spring Breakers’ Foreverrrrrr… on DVD
That awkward moment when Disney princesses cease being princesses.
See R.I.P.D. in Advance in Seattle & Portland!
Is the new Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds movie any good? Only one way to find out.
Box Office Report: Minions Giggle At Tonto
The minions were up to no good this weekend, and The Lone Ranger paid the price.
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Review: Alice Through the Looking Glass
On DVD: ‘Zoolander 2′ is What You’d Expect
Watch the New Star Trek Beyond Trailer
Neighbors 2 Review: Crudely Funny