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Review: Jesse Eisenberg Sees ‘The Double’
A repressed Jesse Eisenberg encounters his less-repressed doppelganger.
Dom Hemingway Review: Good Jude Law, Forgettable Movie
Jude Law is Dom Hemingway, an ex-felon who just can't catch a break. The audience doesn't either.
See Chloe Grace Moretz in Seattle this Tuesday!
Hit Girl is going to be at Northgate Mall this Tuesday to celebrate her new movie!
‘Cesar Chavez’ Movie Review
Cesar Chavez was one dedicated dude. So Diego Luna made a movie about him.
‘The Pretty One’ Review: The Bright Side to a Dead Sister
There are perks to having a twin, I suppose. Like pretending you're your dead sibling.
You’ve Never Seen Steve Carell Like This
If you think Steve Carell only does comedy, think again.
Review: Nicolas Cage Finds Redemption in ‘Joe’
Every once in a while, Nicolas Cage does it. He reminds us that deep, deep down...
Review: Jake Gyllenhaal is His Own ‘Enemy’
They told me there would be spiders in
. I didn’t understand.
The Best Movies of the 2014 Seattle International Film Festival
My mom weighs in on her top ten movies at SIFF. Naturally, her #1 movie was about a dog.
The 8 Best Scenes from True Detective
We're supposed to review True Detective. It's good. Here's why.
Review: ‘Age of Uprising’ is No ‘Braveheart’
The dude revolts because some guy mistreated his horses. Don't get on his bad side.
They Remade ‘Endless Love.’ We Reviewed It
Because sexy, nice and smart girls never have any friends.
‘The Monuments Men’ is No Work of Art
George Clooney's hugely disappointing drama is now on DVD.
Orange is the New Black Blu-ray Review
The hit Netflix show is now on Blu-ray. For those of you who can't afford $9/month, there you go.
‘Her’ Review: Sex with your Operating System, Anyone?
The critically acclaimed movie about operating system sex is now on DVD.
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‘Boyhood’ Review: The Most Overrated Movie of 2014?
‘Inherent Vice’ Review: A More Convoluted Big Lebowski
Grumpy Cat Reviews ‘Worst Christmas Ever’
Foxcatcher Review: Creepy Carell Isn’t Enough