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‘Kill the Messenger’ Review: This is Why You Don’t Mess With the CIA

‘Kill the Messenger’ Review: This is Why You Don’t Mess With the CIA

Gary Webb aggressively pursued the truth. I'm an aggressively lazy movie critic. We have a lot in common.
A Review of ‘Obvious Child,’ A Comedy About Abortion

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

Review: ‘Million Dollar Arm’ Throws a Strike

Warning: this review contains baseball puns.
We’re Giving Away Tons of ‘Fury’ Movie Tickets

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

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

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

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

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

On DVD: ‘Ida’ and the Hot Polish Nun

Just because a movie is in black and white doesn't mean it's sophisticated.
Review: ‘Space Station 76′ Is the Future of the Past

Review: ‘Space Station 76′ Is the Future of the Past

This movie is about a futuristic space station that looks like it was made in the 1970s.
The 19 Movies You Have to Watch this Fall

The 19 Movies You Have to Watch this Fall

Because we said so, that's why. Don't question. Just accept.
An Unemotional Review of the Cheerful ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

An Unemotional Review of the Cheerful ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

The most cheerful movie of the year hits DVD, so you can cry at home.
Review: Phillip Seymour Hoffman Is In ‘God’s Pocket’

Review: Phillip Seymour Hoffman Is In ‘God’s Pocket’

The late actor stars in this drama directed by Mad Men's John Slattery.
‘Night Moves’ Review: A Crime We’ve Seen Before

‘Night Moves’ Review: A Crime We’ve Seen Before

Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning star in this thriller about eco-terrorism.
Review: Watch a Man Get Tortured in ‘The Railway Man’

Review: Watch a Man Get Tortured in ‘The Railway Man’

The true story of a British soldier who is tortured by the Japanese during World War II.
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