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‘The Visit’ Visits DVD: Is Shyamalan Back?
M. Night Shyamalan is back. And it's a good thing for once.
Review: ‘Sleeping With Other People’
Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis star in this comedy, which should have been a drama.
Review: ‘Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse’
The Zombieland wannabe chomps its way onto DVD this week.
Eli Roth, Cannibalism and ‘The Green Inferno’
Now on DVD, the horror flick offers entertainment, but still succumbs to Eli Roth's faults.
Now on DVD: ‘Experimenter’ a Failed Experiment
What starts off as a fascinating experiment turns into a lifeless drama.
‘Hitman: Agent 47’ is Exactly What You’d Expect
We watched Hitman: Agent 47 (now on Blu-ray) so you don't have to.
Hidden Gem of 2015: ‘I’ll See You in My Dreams’
This drama starring Blythe Danner is surprisingly engaging and entertaining.
Hidden Gem of 2015: ‘Bone Tomahawk’
Kurt Russell starred in two westerns this year. You probably didn't hear about this one.
Hidden Gem of 2015: ’99 Homes’
A husband and father is evicted from his home, then goes to work doing the same thing.
Hidden Gem of 2015: ‘No Escape’
Sometimes you just want to see the world burn, and No Escape delivers.
Review: ‘Pan’ Flies Onto DVD, But Don’t Bother
Director Joe Wright's film is visually arresting, but lacks humor and energy.
‘Pawn Sacrifice’ Review: Bobby Fischer Found
Tobey Maguire delivers a great performance as chessmaster Bobby Fischer.
You Can Now Own ‘Ted 2.’ But Should You?
f you liked Ted, you’ll probably like Ted 2, but that doesn't mean it's nearly as good.
Now on DVD: ‘Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation’
From the first minute to the last, the new Mission Impossible is a blast.
The New ‘Fantastic Four’ Isn’t As Bad As You’d Expect
That doesn't mean it still doesn't suck. Oh, and it's now on Blu-ray.
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Review: 'Annabelle: Creation'
Review: 'The Dark Tower'
'Detroit' Review: Powerful, but Missing Something?
'Atomic Blonde' Review: Slick, Stylish, but Not Smart