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Review: ‘Spring Breakers’ Foreverrrrrr… on DVD
That awkward moment when Disney princesses cease being princesses.
Review: ‘The Bling Ring’ Rings Hollow
Sofia Coppola's latest is an almost-good but ultimately shrugworthy film.
Review: Stupidity Prevails in ‘Now You See Me’
The magic crime thriller is a surprise hit. I'm not sure why.
De Niro Returns to the Mob in “The Family,” But…
... it's still a comedy. But... it's still a mafia film. Just watch the damn trailer.
Review: Is ‘Parker’ Like Every Other Jason Statham Movie?
The answer is yes. And no. Sort of.
Review: Matthew McConaughey is ‘Mud’
The movie features Matthew McConaughey, bounty hunters and poisonous snakes.
Review: Angels’ Share Evaporates Like Whiskey
It's a sort-of-heartwarming British crime drama-comedy.
Review: ‘Broken City’ is Broken
The thriller is now available on-demand in advance of its DVD release.
Review: ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’
Ryan Gosling reunites with his
director for this crime drama.
Derek Cianfrance: Ryan Gosling a Criminal Mastermind?
The director of
The Place Beyond the Pines
explains the perfect bank heist.
Watch the New Spring Breakers Red Band Trailer
Selena Gomez may have been a Disney princess, but she isn't anymore.
Review: Penn, Gosling Can’t Save ‘Gangster Squad’
A great cast is underutilized in this flashy rip-off of
Review: Friedkin Returns to Form with ‘Killer Joe’
Matthew McConaughey also turns in a sizzling performance as a paid killer.
Review: ‘Killing Them Softly’ Killed Me Slowly
Brad Pitt's new movie is a flop, and its failures were a mystery until I actually watched it.
Review: ‘The Raven’ Pecks Out Edgar Allen Poe’s Eyes
Edgar Allen Poe would roll in his grave if he weren't just a pile of decomposed bones.
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On DVD: ‘Zoolander 2′ is What You’d Expect
Review: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Watch the New Star Trek Beyond Trailer
Neighbors 2 Review: Crudely Funny