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Review: ‘Creed’ Goes 11 Rounds
It's not quite a KO, but
is a worthy entry in the
On DVD: ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’
If you haven't heard of this experiment, you should watch this movie. If you have... well...
Review: ‘Tangerine’ is Worth Biting Into
A trans prostitute goes hunting for the pimp who broke her heart in this entertaining romp.
Now on DVD: The End of the Tour
Jason Segel turns in a dramatic performance for a change. Not a bad change.
Review: Ian McKellan is an Old ‘Mr. Holmes’
The drama, about an aging Sherlock Holmes, is well worth renting.
Interview: Director Sarah Gavron on ‘Suffragette’ & Women in Film
Sarah Gavron provides insight into her movie Suffragette and the lack of gender diversity in the film industry.
‘Room’ Review: The Opposite of ‘The Room’
Not to be confused with the notoriously awful
, this emotional drama is well worth the price of admission.
‘Paper Towns’ Review: More Faults than Stars
From the author of The Fault in our Stars comes a movie not nearly as good. Now on DVD!
On Blu-ray: ‘Southpaw’ Lands Some Blows, but No KO
Jake Gyllenhaal turns in a strong performance in the entertaining boxing drama.
‘Z for Zachariah’ is Good, But You Won’t Like It
The Margot Robbie sci-fi drama is really good, but you probably won't agree.
‘Testament of Youth’ Review
The drama, now on DVD, has a lot of things going for it... and yet it will quickly be forgotten. Why?
Review: The Grind That is ‘Mississippi Grind’
If you're going to make a movie about gambling addiction, at least make it entertaining.
Now on Blu-ray: ‘Dope’ Isn’t So Dope
Apparently I'm dumber than the 96% of critics who liked this movie.
‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ and You
One of the best movies of 2015 finds its way onto Blu-ray. Here's why you should watch it.
Why You Should Watch ‘People, Places, Things’
Jermaine Clement stars in the surprisingly entertaining dramedy, now on Blu-ray.
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Review: 'xXx: The Return of Xander Cage'
Review: Michael Keaton Shines as 'The Founder'
Review: 'Split' is Good, Bad & Everything Inbetween
Review: 'Live by Night' a Miss for Ben Affleck