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The Captains, or Klingon Sex: A Movie Review
William Shatner has directed a documentary about the lives of the actors who have played Starship Captains on "Star Trek". Trekkies, read on.
Terri Comes to DVD and Blu-Ray
A fat kid who wears pajamas to high school finds himself befriended by both the principal and a pretty girl, is entertaining but not always fulfilling.
Submarine Movie Review
The new British drama-comedy
is quirky, smart, edgy, fun and sad all at once, a great way to spend an evening this weekend.
Visiting Africa Made Me Want to Watch The Lion King Blu-Ray
The Lion King is now on Blu-Ray, which is good because when I was in Africa last year I really had the urge to watch it.
I Scream for Scream 4: An Enlightening DVD Review
Scream 4 is now on DVD. We've reviewed it. For you. Not for us, but for you. Short story short: the movie is pretty good, the DVD lame. Read on.
The Others Scares Itself Onto Blu-Ray
The creepy 2001 thriller The Others creeps onto Blu-Ray this week, and if you haven't seen this classic - or haven't seen it in a long time - it's worth adding to your collection.
Second Take: Bridesmaids on Blu-Ray
The hit comedy Bridesmaids strolls down the DVD and Blu-ray aisle this week, but before you commit to union, you should read further...
Tripping on the Trainspotting Blu-Ray
Long before Slumdog Millionaire, Danny Boyle and Ewan McGregor teamed up to give us Trainspotting, still considered one of the best drug-themed dramas ever made.
Hesher Movie Review
Heavy metal. Pornography. Moving into people's homes without asking for permission. Blowing shit up. These are among Hesher's favorite things.
The Eagle Movie Review
, starring Channing Tatum as a Roman centurion, is a valiant but ultimately futile effort.
X-Men: First Class: Better on Blu-Ray?
X-Men: First Class is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. Audiences and critics loved the film, despite its flaws, but how does the Blu-Ray hold up?
John Carpenter’s The Ward Ain’t No Thing
After a decade away from theaters and 15 years since his last good movie, horror master John Carpenter returns with
. Unfortunately, it sucks.
Everyone Should Watch Everything Must Go
Everything Must Go
comes to DVD today, and for once, the actor is serious. Pretty much.
Exporting Raymond Movie Review
Did you know
Everybody Loves Raymond
was adapted for Russian audiences? This documentary depicts the culture clash that ensued.
Skateland Movie Review: At Least Ashley Greene Is In It
Ashley Greene (
) stars in Skateland, a coming-of-age drama and romance set against the backdrop of a roller rink. It is now on DVD.
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‘Vacation’ Review: Griswold Goodness
Review: ‘Southpaw’ Lands Some Blows, but No KO
‘Pixels’ Review: Sandler Save or Sacrifice?
‘Ant-Man’ Review: Small Size, Small Reward