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‘Testament of Youth’ Review
The drama, now on DVD, has a lot of things going for it... and yet it will quickly be forgotten. Why?
‘The Wolfpack’ Rolls Onto DVD, Questions Remain
A documentary about six teenage boys who haven't been outside in 14 years.
‘Bridge of Spies’ Review: Negotiable Results
Steven Spielberg. Tom Hanks. The Cold War. The combo is an easy sell--but is it worth the price?
Is ‘Steve Jobs’ the Best Movie of 2015?
Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle and Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin have made the most of their unholy union.
Review: The Grind That is ‘Mississippi Grind’
If you're going to make a movie about gambling addiction, at least make it entertaining.
Prophet’s Prey Review: Fascinating Subject, Poor Delivery
Warren Jeffs wanted to rape little boys and girls, so he made a religion of it.
‘The Gallows’ Makes You Want to Hang Yourself
One of the most awful, annoying and laziest horror films of the last decade.
Now on Blu-ray: Better Luck ‘Tomorrowland’
Brad Bird has directed some great movies. Tomorrowland is not one of them.
Now on Blu-ray: ‘San Andreas’ is Exactly What You’d Expect
Whether that's a good thing or bad thing is entirely up to you.
Disney’s ‘Aladdin’ 20 Years Later: Still As Good?
Disney's Aladdin: Diamond Edition debuts on Blu-ray this week. How does this movie hold up?
Now on Blu-ray: ‘Dope’ Isn’t So Dope
Apparently I'm dumber than the 96% of critics who liked this movie.
‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ and You
One of the best movies of 2015 finds its way onto Blu-ray. Here's why you should watch it.
Magic Mike XXL on Blu-ray: Hard or Limp?
The male stripper romp struts its stuff onto Blu-ray and DVD today. Is it worth a stroke?
‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’ is the ‘Narcos’ We Deserved
The Pablo Escobar drama-thriller is what Netflix's Narcos should be like.
A Late Review of ‘The Water Diviner’
Russell Crowe directs the post-war drama about some dude who does something.
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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