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Read the First Three Chapters of The Trojan Conspiracy
FilmJabber's Erik Samdahl wrote a book. Here are the first three chapters.
10 Great Books You Have to Read Regardless of Your Taste in Books
Whether you like suspense fiction novels or non-fiction, here are 10 books you have to read.?
The 13 Best Book-to-Movie Adaptations of the 21st Century
Not all book-to-movie adaptations are made equal. Here are the 13 best ones.
The 8 Best Scenes from True Detective
We're supposed to review True Detective. It's good. Here's why.
Review: ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2′
This decent sequel lacks the charm and energy of the original.
The Signal’s William Eubank: Lightning, Reading Reviews and Uncle Buck
The director of the new sci-fi thriler The Signal suffers through an interview with us.
’22 Jump Street’ Review: The Closing Credits Alone Are Worth It
Channing All Over Your Tatum and Jonah "I'm sorry I used that word" Hill are back!
Review: ‘Non-Stop’ Cruises, then Crashes
The Liam Neeson flies onto DVD to entertain for a while, then crash and burn.
Review: Tom Cruise Dies Repeatedly in the Awesome ‘Edge of Tomorrow’
Whether you love him or hate him, you can enjoy watching Tom Cruise die over and over.
Maleficent Review: Why Can’t Bad Guys Just Be Bad?
The new Disney movie is a slumber-inducing nightmare of nothingness.
How Good is ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past?’
Bryan Singer directs the big budget equivalent of Two Casts, One Cup.
Review: ‘Million Dollar Arm’ Throws a Strike
Warning: this review contains baseball puns.
25 New Godzilla Photos!
Godzilla comes out in two weeks. Just like you, we can't wait.
The 9 Best Chris Evans Movies Ever Made
The Cap America actor has played four different super-powered characters in his career.
The 10 Best Russell Crowe Movies
From Gladiator to L.A. Confidential, Russell Crowe has given us some great movies.
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Review: Will You Understand ‘The Maze Runner’?
The 19 Movies You Have to Watch this Fall
Review: ‘The Guest’ is Not What You Think
An Unemotional Review of the Cheerful ‘The Fault in Our Stars’