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An Atheist’s Movie Review of ‘Noah’
Your Bible's story of Noah, this is not.
The 10 Best Russell Crowe Movies
From Gladiator to L.A. Confidential, Russell Crowe has given us some great movies.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Review
People said it was boring. Don't always listen to other people. Unless it's me.
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.
On DVD: The Overlooked ‘Saving Mr. Banks’
The movie about the making of Mary Poppins deserves a larger audience.
American Hustle Review: Why the Praise?
The Oscar-nominated drama isn't nearly as good as people say it is.
Why ‘The Book Thief’ Failed to Catch Fire
Plenty of books burn in the movie, now DVD/Blu-ray, but audiences weren't blown away.
‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ DVD Release Reminds Us…
...that the Joel and Ethan Coen movie was robbed of Oscar recognition.
Review: Christian Bale Crawls ‘Out of the Furnace’
Christian Bale's performance is better than his Oscar-nominated role in American Hustle.
’12 Years a Slave’ Not Quite a Masterpiece
The Oscar nominee is now on Blu-ray and DVD. Convenient timing.
Oscar Predictions 2014
Here are the movies and people that will win the Academy Awards.
Why You Should Watch the Movie ‘Nebraska’
The Oscar nominee for Best Picture is now on DVD. Here's our review.
Gravity, FilmJabber’s #1 Movie of 2013, Floats onto DVD
Will the Oscar nominee hold up on the small screen? Only one way to find out...
Review: ‘Blue is the Warmest Color’ is Boring
The three-hour French lesbian drama comes to DVD. Don't bother.
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Review: 'Annabelle: Creation'
Review: 'The Dark Tower'
'Detroit' Review: Powerful, but Missing Something?
'Atomic Blonde' Review: Slick, Stylish, but Not Smart