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Review: ‘No One Lives’, No One Cares
A horror movie should have at least one person we care about. Right?
Review: Racism, Baseball and Harrison Ford in ’42’
Race and sports collide in the feel-good sports drama.
Review: ‘Shadow Dancer’ Lurks But Never Leaps
The Clive Owen/Gillian Anderson-starring spy thriller never hits its stride. Now on DVD.
On DVD: Redford Returns to ‘The Company You Keep’
Robert Redford, Shia LeBeouf, Susan Sarandon, Chris Cooper and more, oh my!
On DVD: ‘Emperor’ Review
Tommy Lee Jones plays General Douglas MacArthur in postwar Japan.
Now on DVD: ‘What Maisie Knew’ Review
Some children are blessed with great parents. Some... are not.
Now on Blu-ray: Tom Cruise in a State of ‘Oblivion’
Tom Cruise stars as Tom Cruise in a movie where the world has been destroyed.
Review: ‘The Sapphires’ a Hidden Gem
Now on DVD, the movie is about an Aboriginal band and racism, so naturally it stars a white guy.
A Very Late ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ Movie Review
This is what happens when you have to wait a month for Netflix to get it.
Now on DVD: The Rock Saves ‘G.I. Joe’
That's not saying much, but hey, The Rock is in this one!
Trance Movie Review: Mind-Bendingly Unfulfilling
meets Professor X and Danny Boyle, but results are mixed.
Review: McAvoy Says ‘Welcome to the Punch’
You may not have heard of
Welcome to the Punch
, but it's on Blu-ray this week anyway.
Review: ‘Twixt’ Shows FF Coppola Has Nuked the Fridge
Francis Ford Coppola's latest movie is poorly made and utterly bland.
‘Starbuck’ Review: Entertaining and Not Too French
Vince Vaughn has a new movie coming out called
. This is the original.
Ginger & Rosa Review: Elle Fanning Solid, Movie Less So
Uh-oh, it's another coming-of-age drama set in the 1960's!
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Watch the Final 'Fantastic Beasts' Trailer
Warcraft is the Most Amazing Movie Ever
Review: Miss Peregrine's Home for Bored Audiences
Review: 'Audrie & Daisy' and a Sad Sheriff