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Orange is the New Black Blu-ray Review
The hit Netflix show is now on Blu-ray. For those of you who can't afford $9/month, there you go.
Review: ‘Million Dollar Arm’ Throws a Strike
Warning: this review contains baseball puns.
Review: Rogen, Efron Go to War in ‘Neighbors’
Zac Efron and Seth Rogen go to war. But does the audience win?
‘Grudge Match’ Review: More than a Gimmick?
Rocky Balboa meets Jake La Motta in
and... well, that's about it.
Seattle Critics Roundtable – 2014 Summer Movie Preview, Part 2
Hear what five local Seattle movie critics think of the summer movie season. Or something.
A Late Anchorman 2 Review: Yes, It Sucks
We finally confirmed what everyone has said: the sequel sucks.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty Falls Short
Now on DVD, the Ben Stiller-directed
proves that ambition doesn't always pay off.
Review: ‘Ride Along’ Not Much of a Ride
The Kevin Hart and Ice Cube action-comedy only proves one thing...
Review: NFL’s ‘Draft Day’ is No ‘Moneyball’
Kevin Costner stars in this pathetically stupid Moneyball wannabe.
Now on DVD: Meryl Streep Plays a Horrible Person
Meryl Streep delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in August: Osage County.
2 Reason to See/Avoid the New X-Men Movie
The new movie trailer is awesome. But then Fox released something else not-so-awesome.
3 Reasons The Wolf of Wall Street Isn’t the Best
The Leonardo DiCaprio/Martin Scorsese film is one of 2013's best. But three factors kept it from #1.
Review: Does ‘Delivery Man’ Deliver?
Director Ken Scott made a movie a year ago. Then he remade it starring Vince Vaughn.
Does ‘Californication: The Sixth Season’ Jump the Shark?
The David Duchovny-starrer is nearing the end of its run, and it is time.
On DVD: The Overlooked ‘Saving Mr. Banks’
The movie about the making of Mary Poppins deserves a larger audience.
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3 Good, Bad Things About ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
The Purge: Anarchy Review: People Die and It’s All Good
Read the First Three Chapters of The Trojan Conspiracy
10 Great Books You Have to Read Regardless of Your Taste in Books