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DVDs to Avoid: ‘Two Days, One Night,’ Zero Fun
The new Marion Cotillard movie received rave reviews. We're not sure why.
‘American Ultra’ Movie Review
Jesse Eisenberg plays a stoner-turned-government killer in this zany action-comedy.
Go See ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ Right Now
Move over, Ethan Hunt, because The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is the better spy film of the summer.
Documentary ‘Meru’ Proves Mountain Climbers are Crazy
The harrowing documentary hits limited theaters this Friday.
Insurgent Sucks, So Does Shailene Woodley’s Hair
The Divergent sequel hit DVD last week. If you haven't watched it, don't start now.
DVDs to Avoid: ‘Hot Pursuit’ is Like ‘The Heat,’ But Bad
The dumb comedy stars Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara's boobs.
‘Phoenix’ Has Thrilled Film Critics. But Will It Thrill You?
A disfigured woman returns to her husband, but he doesn't recognize her.
The New ‘Fantastic Four’ Isn’t As Bad As You’d Expect
That doesn't mean it still doesn't suck.
Review: This is Why No One Watched ‘The Loft’
Our review's several months late... we should never have bothered in the first place.
Must-See for Families: Shaun the Sheep
The latest from the studio behind Chicken Run is here, and it's fun for the whole family.
Review: ‘From the Madding Crowd’ Bucks a Trend
At least the drama doesn't feel like every other Victorian era movie.
Review: ‘True Story’ Leaves Out the Juicy Details
The movie is about a man who butchered his family, so why isn't it more interesting?
We Watched ‘Home’ So You Don’t Have To
The DreamWorks Animation family film is somehow one of the worst movies of 2015.
Review: Start Your Week with ‘Adult Beginners’
Nick Kroll and Rose Byrne star in this comedy-drama about a loser trying to fix his life.
‘Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation’ Review
From the first minute to the last, the new Mission Impossible is a blast.
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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′
Why You Should See the Brutally Intense ‘Sicario’