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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.
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.
‘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.
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.
‘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...
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.
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Why ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ is Like Dry Humping
’22 Jump Street’ is Now on DVD. You Should Watch It.
Review: The Theory of Everything Proves Something
Review: Dumb and Dumber To is What You Expect