Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
Review: ‘The Impossible’ Hits DVD Like a Tsunami
Is it bad to make tsunami puns when talking about this movie?
Review: ‘Price Check’ is Good Until It Isn’t
Let's just face the facts: Parker Posey is a badass.
Review: ‘Parental Guidance’ Has Guidance, Few Laughs
Billy Crystal hasn't changed with the time, and it shows.
Delayed Review: A True Friendship Between ‘Robot & Frank’
Frank Langella forms a friendship with his robot butler.
Delayed Review: ‘Paranormal Activity 4′ More of the Same
Never take care of creepy little boys from demon-possessed families.
Review: ‘A Royal Affair,’ A Royal Experience
If you're crazy, your wife will cheat on you with a not-crazy doctor. It's human nature.
Review: House at the End of the Street
In 2012, Jennifer Lawrence starred in Hunger Games, Silver Linings Playbook and this thing.
Review: ‘5 Broken Cameras’ Breaks… 5 Cameras
A dude breaks electronics to show how Israeli soldiers are invading Palestine.
Blu-ray Review: The Insider
Michael Mann's The Insider withstands the test of time, as the Blu-ray proves.
Blu-ray Review: The Sessions
The Sessions was one of the best movies of 2012, but is the Blu-ray any good?
Review: Deadfall Falls Dead on Arrival
Morbid curiosity. It's an evil, evil thing.
Skyfall Revisited: Five Ways It Works, Five Ways It Doesn’t
Is Skyfall the best James Bond movie ever? Let's break it down.
‘The Summit’ Climbs Onto DVD. Is it Worth It?
Mountain climbers are crazy, crazy people. That's why I watch movies about them.
Review: ‘Bully’ Puts the Oscar-Nominated Docs to Shame
Bully, on DVD today, wasn't nominated for an Oscar, but it should have been.
Review: Celeste & Jesse Forever
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg star as best friends who are about to get divorced.
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Black Sea Review: Sink or Sublime?
A Most Violent Year, A Sort of Dull Movie
8 Oscar Snubs That Totally Deserved It
Review: Put Your Crosshairs on ‘American Sniper’