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You Can Now Rent the Incoherent ‘Inherent Vice’
Whether you want to is another question. Prepare to be confused.
The 10 Best Russell Crowe Movies
With The Water Diviner coming to theaters this week, here's a look at Russell Crowe's best movies.
‘Big Eyes’ is Now on DVD, No One Cares
The Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz drama isn't very good, but it's oddly still entertaining.
A Most Violent Year, A Sort of Dull Movie
A Most Violent Year wants to be a thriller, but it... doesn't... quite... get... there.
Review: Reese Witherspoon Goes ‘Wild’
The Oscar-nominated drama is now on DVD. Should you watch it?
Why ‘The Imitation Game’ is Overrated
The Oscar-winning movie is now on DVD, but it's not that good.
‘Unbroken’ on DVD: War & Hollywood Cliché
Angelina Jolie's movie was rightfully ignored during award season.
Exodus: Gods and Kings Review: God Awful
The sins of Ridley Scott's epic failure can now be seen at home. We recommend not to.
‘This Is Where I Leave You’ Review
We finally watched the Tina Fey dramedy. Should have left it in the bargain bin.
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.
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Review: Alice Through the Looking Glass
On DVD: ‘Zoolander 2′ is What You’d Expect
Watch the New Star Trek Beyond Trailer
Neighbors 2 Review: Crudely Funny