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Date Night Alert! The Vow Movie Review
Actually sort of based on a true story,
stars Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams, and actually sort of surprisingly, isn't terrible.
Chronicle Flies onto DVD & Blu-ray
The entertaining sci-fi action film
, about three teenagers who develop superpowers - for better or for worse - is now on DVD and Blu-ray.
Now on Blu-ray: Underworld Awakening Movie Review
Kate Beckinsale is back and looking as good as ever in
, which is just like the last three... for better or for worse.
The Avengers Movie Review
is now in theaters, and it exceeds the lofty expectations set forth by the masses. See this movie now, and then see it again.
Haywire Is Only Sort of Haywire
Stephen Soderbergh's experimental action film
packs punch and an exceptional cast, but it's far from perfect.
The Five-Year Engagement Movie Review
Jason Segel reunites with his
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
director for another Judd Apatow-produced comedy. Too bad it feels like it's five years long.
Headhunters Movie Review: See It Now
is a pulse-pounding nonstop action thrill ride with plenty of intrigue throughout. Enough said.
New to Netflix: The Sitter Movie Review
Released last week on Netflix, Jonah Hill's
is a babysitter comedy that lacks sexy babysitters... and laughs.
The Innkeepers Movie Review
From the director of
The House of the Devil
comes another horror movie that feels like it's ripped from another era... now on DVD.
‘Chimpanzee’ Proves That Baby Chimpanzees Are Cute
Chimpanzees are adorable. Baby chimpanzees.... Likeohmygodtheyresocuteiwantone. See them in Disney's new documentary, now playing.
The Cabin in the Woods is Bloody Awesome
Don't judge a book by its cover, because
The Cabin in the Woods
is the one movie in theaters right now that you absolutely must see.
‘Lockout’ is Funny, but It Isn’t a Comedy
, in theaters today, is "based upon an original idea by Luc Besson." We see it as
Escape from New York
The Three Stooges: As Unfunny As They Come
When you've come to the conclusion that you should walk out on a movie 76 seconds after the opening credits, you know you're in for a world of hurt.
The Lady: A Luc Besson Movie Like None Other
From the director of
Leon, The Fifth Element
La Femme Nikita
comes... a political drama about Aung San Suu Kyi, the symbol of democracy in repressive Burma?
Dream House Is Not So Dreamy
There's nothing scarier than a horror movie starring big-name actors, because more often than not they completely miss the mark.
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License to Miss: 9 Reasons Why ‘Spectre’ Falls Short
Jason Bourne is Back in First Look Teaser
Review: ‘Deadpool’ Doesn’t Give a F**k
Review: Fail, ‘Hail, Caesar!’ Pass