Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
Albert Nobbs is a Creepy Man, and Creepier Woman
Glenn Close is nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for
, a dreadful bore of a flick.
A Very Late ‘The Iron Lady’ Movie Review
Meryl Streep has been nominated for 17 Academy Awards. She's won twice. She deserves to, and likely will, win her third for her performance in
The Iron Lady
My Week with Marilyn Movie Review
Michelle Williams turns in another terrific performance as Marilyn Monroe in
My Week with Marilyn
, but is the movie itself any good?
You Haven’t Seen White Irish Drinkers, But You Should
White Irish Drinkers
is a movie that few, unfortunately, have seen, let alone heard of. Here's why you should see it.
Win Martha Marcy May Marlene on DVD!
The excellent drama Martha Marcy May Marlene - starring Elizabeth Olsen - debuts on DVD and Blu-Ray on February 21, 2012!
Higher Ground Movie Review
Oscar-nominated actress Vera Farmiga makes her directorial debut with the drama
, about a woman drawn into a fundamentalist sect.
Juno Temple is a Dirty Girl: A Movie Review
Juno Temple stars as the title character in the R-rated drama comedy
. But should anyone care?
50/50: A Funny Movie About Cancer
Cancer is no laughing matter. Life, however, is. With this "cancer comedy", 50/50 prove that disease can be just as humorous as it is frightening.
Miss Bala Movie Review
Miss Bala, the official Mexican entry to the Oscars for 2011, is a dark and terrifying look into the world of Mexico’s gang wars.
Is Oscar Nominee Demián Bichir’s Movie Worth Seeing?
Demián Bichir was just nominated for Best Actor for his portrayal of an illegal immigrant just trying to give his son a better life, but whose circumstances quickly spiral out of control.
Win To Kill a Mockingbird: 50th Anniversary Edition!
To Kill a Mockingboard, one of the screen’s most beloved and critically acclaimed films, celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack - available January 31.
See the First Jeff, Who Lives at Home Trailer & Poster!
The first movie trailer and movie poster for the upcoming comedy-drama Jeff, Who Lives at Home, starring Jason Segel and Ed Helms, is now online!
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Movie Review
Seemingly and somewhat surprisingly one of the most divisive movies of the year, the Tom Hanks/Sandra Bullock drama about 9/11 is now playing in theaters.
Rampart Movie Review
From the director of the excellent drama
, Woody Harrelson stars as an LA police officer who gets caught beating a suspect to a pulp.
Like Crazy: The Most Romantic Movie of 2011
Love. It can be wonderful, it can be maddening. Especially if your girlfriend lives in England and is barred from entering the United States due to a visa violation.
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Review: ‘Adult Beginners’
‘Ex Machina’ Review: The Best Movie of 2015 So Far
‘Monkey Kingdom,’ the Sociopath Detector
Is ‘While We’re Young’ Baumbach’s Best Movie?