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The Three Musketeers Fights Its Way Onto DVD
The latest rendition of the classic Alexandre Dumas tale
The Three Musketeers
is now on Blu-ray and DVD, complete with lots of swordplay and, for some reason, airships.
You Haven’t Seen White Irish Drinkers, But You Should
White Irish Drinkers
is a movie that few, unfortunately, have seen, let alone heard of. Here's why you should see it.
Higher Ground Movie Review
Oscar-nominated actress Vera Farmiga makes her directorial debut with the drama
, about a woman drawn into a fundamentalist sect.
Juno Temple is a Dirty Girl: A Movie Review
Juno Temple stars as the title character in the R-rated drama comedy
. But should anyone care?
50/50: A Funny Movie About Cancer
Cancer is no laughing matter. Life, however, is. With this "cancer comedy", 50/50 prove that disease can be just as humorous as it is frightening.
Hell and Back Again: Does It Deserve an Oscar?
The Oscar-nominated documentary Hell and Back Again, now on DVD, is an intimate portrait of one American soldier's attempt to transition back to regular life.
Taylor Lautner Puts the ‘Ab’ in Abduction
Taylor Lautner alert! Here is a very late review of yet another movie that attempts to prove that Taylor Lautner can act.
Texas Killing Fields Movie Review
It’s been a while since a really good serial killer movie came along – well, one not directed by David Fincher. Following
The Texas Killing Fields
, now on DVD, we still have to wait.
Review: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ is Now on Blu-ray
One of the funniest movies of 2012 is now on Blu-ray and DVD. That is all.
Apollo 18 is a Really Bad Movie
Limited by awful direction and writing,
takes an interesting enough premise and shows just how truly bad a movie can be.
I Don’t Know How She Does It Movie Review
Just when you thought you'd had enough of
Sex and the City
, Sarah Jessica Parker is back playing a very similar role. In a very bad movie.
Better Late Than Never: Midnight in Paris Movie Review
In the very Woody Allen-esque comedy-drama
Midnight in Paris
, coincidentally written and directed by Woody Allen, Owen Wilson plays an awkward, inquisitive man.
The Sad and Disturbing Tale of ‘Project Nim’
is a disturbing documentary that looks at the life of one chimp - named Nim - who was raised from birth as a child in a human home.
Point Blank Movie Review
Pregnant wife, check. Upcoming promotion, check. Corrupt, murderous cops who've kidnapped said wife and future mother? Check.
The Change-Up Movie Review
In the R-rated comedy
, a married man and his exclusively single best friend switch bodies.
this is not.
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Richard Gere Goes Homeless for ‘Time Out of Mind’
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′