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Review: The Hundred-Foot Journey
It takes you on a journey, all right. Just not a good one.
The Only Holiday Movie Buying Guide You Need
Buying movies this holiday season? Here's a list to get you started.
Here’s Why I Stopped Watching ‘The Newsroom’
We loved the first season of HBO's Aaron Sorkin dramedy, but here's why Season Two killed it.
Clint Eastwood’s Wooden ‘Jersey Boys’ Is Now On DVD
Clint Eastwood dances, sings and serenades in Jersey Boys. Well, not really.
Review: The Blue Room Will Bore You to Tears
This French "thriller" is receiving critical praise, but regular moviegoers will want to shoot themselves for excitement.
Here’s Why ‘The Good Lie’ Won’t Win Any Awards
The Reese Witherspoon-starrer lies itself into believing it is better than it actually is.
Birdman Is Supposed to Be Great. Here are Some Free Tickets.
Michael Keaton's Birdman is one of the most buzzed about movies of the fall. Seattle and Portland residents, see it for free!
A Review of ‘Obvious Child,’ A Comedy About Abortion
There's nothing funnier than a comedy about abortion. In fairness, Obvious Child is so much more.
Review: ‘Million Dollar Arm’ Throws a Strike
Warning: this review contains baseball puns.
We’re Giving Away Tons of ‘Fury’ Movie Tickets
If you live in the Portland, OR or Seattle, WA areas, have no fear: you can see Fury early.
A Review of ‘Hellion’, Which is Not a Horror Movie
Aaron Paul stars as a deadbeat dad who must get his act together to save his son.
Review: ‘The Lunchbox’ Will Make You Hungry, Happy
Some movies make you sad. Some movies make you happy. Others make you hungry.
Here’s Why ‘Chef’ Has Gotten Rave Reviews
In this review, we promise a minimal amount of food puns of this savory delight.
Nymphomaniac: How Lars von Trier Made Sex Boring
The ambitious director managed to do the seemingly impossible.
On DVD: ‘Ida’ and the Hot Polish Nun
Just because a movie is in black and white doesn't mean it's sophisticated.
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Review: Michael Keaton Shines as 'The Founder'
Review: 'Split' is Good, Bad & Everything Inbetween
Review: 'Live by Night' a Miss for Ben Affleck
10 Movies That Prove Trump is Right About Meryl Streep