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‘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.
Review: Will ‘The Invisible War’ Win Oscar Gold?
More than 20 percent of women in the U.S. military have reported a sexual assault.
Review: Is ‘Pitch Perfect’ Pitch Perfect?
Musically neurotic teenagers battle one another for musical supremacy. Why, I don't know.
Review: Does ‘How to Survive a Plague’ Deserve an Oscar?
This Oscar-nominated documentary explores the AIDS pandemic. Isn't this old news?
Review: Richard Gere Commands ‘Arbitrage’
Richard Gere plays Richard Gere in a movie about Richard Gere doing bad things.
The Butler: The Most Overrated Movie of 2013?
The Butler explores this country's most fascinating time period. Here's how to make it boring.
Review: Does ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ Deserve Oscars?
It has been nominated for four Oscars, but does it deserve them?
Review: ‘The Possession’ Will Not Possess You
Kids, this is what happens when you don't clear your plate at dinner.
Review: ‘The Inbetweeners’ Isn’t Original, But Fun
Four awkward teens attempt to lose their virginity while on vacation. Let originality ensue.
Review: ‘Frankenweenie’ is Tim Burton’s Best Movie in Years
Dark Shadows was awful, but Frankenweenie makes up for it. Almost.
Review: ‘Compliance’ is as Maddening as the True Story
If a man called and told you to tie up your pretty cashier, would you do it?
Liberal Arts Movie Review
If a movie looks boring and sounds boring, that doesn't mean it is boring.
Review: Streep and Jones Get Frisky In ‘Hope Springs’
Featuring a Meryl Streep/Tommy Lee Jones sex scene. Yes oh yes.
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Avengers: Age of Ultron Review
We Ranked All of Marvel’s Movie Adaptations
Review: ‘Adult Beginners’
‘Ex Machina’ Review: The Best Movie of 2015 So Far