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Review: ‘Frankenweenie’ is Tim Burton’s Best Movie in Years
Dark Shadows was awful, but Frankenweenie makes up for it. Almost.
Review: Streep and Jones Get Frisky In ‘Hope Springs’
Featuring a Meryl Streep/Tommy Lee Jones sex scene. Yes oh yes.
Review: ‘Goon’ Packs a Surprisingly Strong Punch
Seann William Scott stars in this movie, and it's actually good.
A Very Late ‘Ted’ Movie Review
Four months after watching Ted, we've finally published a movie review.
Review: If ‘This is 40,’ Thank God I’m 30
The sort-of sequel to Knocked Up is funny, but way too long.
‘Finding Nemo’ vs. ‘Arthur Christmas': You’ll Win Both Ways
One movie is a revered classic; the other was ignored by audiences. Which one wins?
Review: ‘Hyde Park on Hudson’ a Tale of Two Movies
Like Dr. Jekyll, the movie - about FDR, a mistress and King George VI - has split personalities.
Win Big While Playing for Keeps
Gerard Butler is a lucky guy in
Playing for Keeps
. You could be a lucky winner.
Review: ParaNorman Scares Up Some Family Fun
Norman sees dead people. He must fight witches and zombies. Sounds like family fun, huh?
Win Big with Men in Black 3!
Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin star in the third movie, now in stores.
Review: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
When the end of the world is near, Steve Carell has a chance with Keira Knightley.
Review: ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ Shines, But Not as Brightly
Wes Anderson's return to live action is worth the trip, but under-performs expectations.
Review: ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ is Made of Gold
Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper turn in Oscar-worthy performances in this comedy.
Review: ‘The Watch’ is Not What it Seems
Respect your neighborhood watch. They could save you from an alien invasion.
Spy Kids No More – Alexa Vega Struts Her Stuff
The 24-year actress introduces us to a thing called cleavage.
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An Unemotional Review of the Cheerful ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
On DVD: Godzilla Smashes Things Because He Can
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is 40 Years Old
Review: George Takei on ‘To Be Takei’