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Review + Giveaway: The Lord of the Rings Blu-rays
Warner Brothers has just released 15 discs of Lord of the Rings goodness.
The Terminator Anthology: New Box, Old Parts
Judgment Day has come: is the Terminator Anthology worth the money?
Review: Jason Statham Plays it ‘Safe’
Even Jason Statham hates the generic title of this generic movie.
Review: ‘Battleship’ Invades Blu-ray, Still Sucks
Looking at Brooklyn Decker is the only good thing about this disaster, on Blu-ray this week.
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is Now on Blu-Ray, So We Reviewed It
The Lorax is the protector of the forest. He sort of sucks at his job.
Bob Marley is the Star in ‘Marley’, a Movie Review
Long before Snoop Dogg became Snoop Lion, there was Bob Marley.
‘Intruders’ Holds True to a Theory About Horror Movies
Intruders, now on Blu-ray, stars Clive Owen as he fights a faceless threat.
Friends With Kids Movie Review
Half the cast of
is in this romantic comedy, but is it as good?
American Reunion Hits Blu-Ray, DVD and 57 Other Formats
Jason Biggs and the rest of the original cast return for this entertaining sequel.
Six New Blu-ray Releases You Should Own
Here are six newly released movies that would look great on your shelf.
Sister Act/Sister Act 2 Blu-ray Review
There was a time when Whoopi Goldberg was relevant, and that was
Win a Project X Blu-ray Combo Pack!
Love it or hate it, there is no denying that Project X is an epic party movie.
Sherlock Holmes 2 Blu-ray: Why So Complicated?
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is now on Blu-ray. And on DVD. And the cloud. And...
Act of Valor: Made for Soldiers, No One Else
Just when you thought you'd seen your last over-the-top U.S. military commercial...
Love Never Dies Blu-ray Review
Love Never Dies
, the sequel to Andrew Lloyd Weber's
The Phantom of the Opera
, is now on available on Blu-ray. Here's our review.
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Magic Mike XXL on Blu-ray: Hard or Limp?
Review: ‘The Martian’ is as Good as the Book
Now on DVD: More of the Same with ‘Avengers 2′
Why You Should See the Brutally Intense ‘Sicario’