Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
8 Questions and Why You Shouldn’t Rent ‘Blackhat’
The Chris Hemsworth-starring thriller is shockingly bad. It is now available to own, unfortunately.
You Can Now Own Julianne Moore’s Award-Winning Performance
And here's our review of Still Alice, about early onset Alzheimer's.
Why Cake’s Jennifer Aniston Didn’t Get an Oscar Nomination
Jennifer Aniston gave a great performance in Cake, now on DVD. But that's not enough.
‘Fifty Shades of Grey': Still Limp
The bad-even-for-softcore-porn blockbuster is now on home video. Don't buy it.
‘Mr. Turner’ Paints a Pretty Picture on Blu-ray
Timothy Spall is terrific as the grumbling artist in this Oscar-nominated drama.
‘The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death’ Review
If there's one thing scarier than a horror movie, it's a horror movie sequel.
‘Black Sea’ Dives Onto Blu-ray: Sink or Sublime?
When you go looking for one old submarine with another one, only bad things can happen.
MLK Drama ‘Selma’ on Blu-ray: Relevant Timing or What?
Here's our review of the Oscar nominee, which seems more timely than ever (couch, Baltimore, cough).
We Finally Watched ‘Taken 3′. Don’t Make the Same Mistake.
Liam Neeson will find you, and he will bore you to death in this lame sequel.
‘The Gambler’ Rolls the Dice on DVD, Loses
Mark Wahlberg's slick thriller plays its cards on home video.
You Can Now Rent the Incoherent ‘Inherent Vice’
Whether you want to is another question. Prepare to be confused.
Beware of ‘The Babadook’, Now on DVD
The critically acclaimed horror film The Babadook is now on DVD... does it live up to the hype?
‘Big Eyes’ is Now on DVD, No One Cares
The Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz drama isn't very good, but it's oddly still entertaining.
A Most Violent Year, A Sort of Dull Movie
A Most Violent Year wants to be a thriller, but it... doesn't... quite... get... there.
Review: Ryan Reynolds Hears ‘The Voices’
Reynolds plays a friendly schizophrenic whose pets tell him to murder people.
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Review: ‘Creed’ Goes 11 Rounds
‘Mockingjay Part 2′ Review: The Long, Sad Song of Katniss Everdeen
Review: ‘Secret in Their Eyes’ Has No Secrets
‘Brooklyn’ Movie Review