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A Review of The Notebook 2… Er, The Longest Ride
Nicholas Sparks is up to his old tricks again, this time taking advantage of Clint Eastwood's sperm.
My Mom Reviewed The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
The sequel, now on DVD, is made for old people. So I asked my mom to review the movie.
10 Questions with Mr. Holmes Actor Hiroyuki Sanada
The "Lost" actor co-stars with Ian McKellan in the new Sherlock Holmes drama.
Review: ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’
Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart star in the critically acclaimed drama, out on DVD.
On DVD: ‘Slow West’ Thankfully Doesn’t Live Up to Its Title
It almost does, but solid performances and a sound script make this western worth the ride.
’71 Hits DVD. Here’s Why You Should Watch It.
A young British soldier is trapped behind enemy lines in riot-fueled Belfast.
‘Maggie’ Review: Arnold vs. Zombie Daughter
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back... in an indie-drama about the zombie apocalypse???
Review: ‘Woman in Gold’
Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds stars in this legal thriller about art.
Ranking the Best & Worst Independence Day Blockbusters
We looked back at the biggest Independence Day blockbusters of the last 20 years.
‘Danny Collins’ Review: Al Pacino’s Best Movie in Years?
Now on Blu-ray, Danny Collins has Al Pacino playing a celebrity who has become a caricature of himself.
Is ‘While We’re Young’ Baumbach’s Best Movie?
The Ben Stiller/Naomi Watts comedy-drama is now available on DVD.
Now on DVD: Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter
Ever wonder what happened to that money that was buried in Fargo? Me neither.
The 5 Best Movies of 2015… So Far
2015 has been a good year so far. Here are five reasons why.
Now on DVD: ‘Wild Tales’ is a Wild Ride
The Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film lives up to its name.
Ranking the SIFF 2015 Movies I Watched
Over 450 films have screened at SIFF. I managed to watch only 10.
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Review: ‘Creed’ Goes 11 Rounds
‘Mockingjay Part 2′ Review: The Long, Sad Song of Katniss Everdeen
Review: ‘Secret in Their Eyes’ Has No Secrets
‘Brooklyn’ Movie Review