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Dom Hemingway Review: Good Jude Law, Forgettable Movie
Jude Law is Dom Hemingway, an ex-felon who just can't catch a break. The audience doesn't either.
3 Good, Bad Things About ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
From gun-wielding raccoons to cliche-ridden villains, Marvel's latest has it all. But is that enough?
Review: Nick Frost Has Some Serious ‘Cuban Fury’
Nick Frost... salsa dancing champion? Yes, and hell yes.
‘The Pretty One’ Review: The Bright Side to a Dead Sister
There are perks to having a twin, I suppose. Like pretending you're your dead sibling.
Tammy Review: Funny, Or Depressingly Bad?
Melissa McCarthy will either make you laugh or want to punch her in the face.
Review: Romance Surfaces in ‘The Sunfish’
We reviewed the heartwarming romantic comedy
because we could.
The Best Movies of the 2014 Seattle International Film Festival
My mom weighs in on her top ten movies at SIFF. Naturally, her #1 movie was about a dog.
‘Jersey Boys’ Review: Great Music, But…
Clint Eastwood dances, sings and serenades in Jersey Boys. Well, not really.
Review: The Grand ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Debuts on DVD
Wes Anderson has been on a roll for years, and his latest continues the trend.
The LEGO Movie Review: Everything Is Awesome
The hit comedy builds itself onto Blu-ray and DVD this week. Except on Amazon.
22 Jump Street Slays Dragons At the Box Office
The action-comedy sequel conquers, Dragon underperforms, Fault in Our Stars plummets.
Review: Bigfoot Will Make You Laugh, Cry at ‘Willow Creek’
An avid Bigfoot believer drags his girlfriend into the woods. He brings a camera. Bad idea.
’22 Jump Street’ Review: The Closing Credits Alone Are Worth It
Channing All Over Your Tatum and Jonah "I'm sorry I used that word" Hill are back!
‘Blended’ Review: Barrymore Saves Sandler
It took Drew Barrymore to rescue Adam Sandler from himself.
‘The Monuments Men’ is No Work of Art
George Clooney's hugely disappointing drama is now on DVD.
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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