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Review: The Raid: Redemption is a Violent Good Time
We'll ignore the fact that no police officer would enter such a building without backup.
Review: Iron Sky Needed to Be Worse to Be Better
Now on Blu-ray, Iron Sky is about Nazis who invade from space. Yep.
Arachnophobia Blu-Ray Offers 7 Minutes of Bonus Features
The movie that made you look twice in showers is now on Blu-ray.
Review: Oscar Nominated ‘Chico & Rita’ on DVD
The Academy Award nominee has animated boobies.
‘Cabin in the Woods’ is on DVD. Watch it Now.
One of the most entertaining movies of 2012 is now on DVD and Blu-ray.
Review: From American History X to ‘Detachment’
From the director of
American History X
, Adrian Brody plays a no-nonsense teacher.
Snow White Blu-ray Review: Style, No Substance
At least director Rupert Sanders got to have sex with Kristen Stewart.
Eva Mendes is a ‘Girl in Progress’, Now on DVD
Eva Mendes stars in Girl in Progress, and that has to mean something.
Review: ‘A Separation’ is Good, but Oscar Good?
The Oscar winner for Best Foreign Language Film is now on DVD.
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.
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On DVD: ‘Zoolander 2′ is What You’d Expect
Review: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Watch the New Star Trek Beyond Trailer
Neighbors 2 Review: Crudely Funny