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Foxcatcher Review: Creepy Carell Isn’t Enough
There's a reason why the buzzed-about film--now on DVD--wasn't nominated for Best Picture.
Review: ‘Beyond the Lights’ Goes Beyond Expectations
They were low expectations, but that doesn't mean Beyond the Lights isn't worth it.
Review: ‘Whiplash’ Is About Torture, and Drumming
The award-winning drama drums its way onto Blu-ray this week.
2015 Oscar Predictions
Here are the movies that will win at the Academy Awards.
Review: Bill Murray Plays an Asshole in ‘St. Vincent’
The praised Bill Murray comedy-drama is now on Blu-ray and DVD.
The 9 Best Kevin Costner Movies of All Time
An admittedly eclectic mix of critically acclaimed pics and guilty pleasures.
Why The Theory of Everything Deserves the Oscar
Proof that beautiful direction and Oscar-worthy acting can result in a great movie.
The Homesman Review: Cray Cray on the Prarie
Hilary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones star in this somber western drama.
Review: Does ‘Birdman’ Deserve Oscar Gold?
You can now see several of the best performances of 2014 on Blu-ray and DVD.
‘Force Majeure’ Review: Leave Your Kids Behind!
When an avalanche strikes, don't run away, leaving your wife and children to fend for themselves.
‘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.
Knightley Shines in ‘Laggies’, Movie Doesn’t
Keira Knightley is good in this drama, but the story is old hat.
Why ‘Nightcrawler’ is the Best Movie of 2014
Nightcrawler is now on DVD/Blu-ray, and you have to watch it.
Ranking the Oscar-Nominated Live Action Shorts
The least interesting Oscar category delivers more uninteresting entries.
Dear White People, Here’s a Movie Review
This racially charged satire poses lots of questions. But that's about it.
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It's Valentine's Day. Watch Deadpool
Review: ‘Zoolander 2′ is What You’d Expect
Jason Bourne is Back in First Look Teaser
License to Miss: 9 Reasons Why ‘Spectre’ Falls Short