Movie Reviews

The Darkest Hour Movie Review

The Darkest Hour Movie Review

If you want to see how NOT to make an alien invasion movie, watch The Darkest Hour, out today on DVD and Blu-ray.
The Double Hour Movie Review

The Double Hour Movie Review

A chambermaid meets an ex-cop at a speed dating event and things take off from there, and then bad things happen.
Another Slice of American Pie: American Reunion

Another Slice of American Pie: American Reunion

If apple pies could run, they would run for cover, because Jim is back for another dose of American Pie. This may be the one positive review you'll read.
A Very Untimely ‘In Time’ Movie Review

A Very Untimely ‘In Time’ Movie Review

Justin Timberlake is a man who lives just minutes from death in In Time, so why is the movie so low on thrills?
Better Late Than Never: The Hunger Games Review

Better Late Than Never: The Hunger Games Review

We're finally catching up on our movies, beginning with The Hunger Games. We can't wait for the remake ten years from now.
Mirror Mirror Review: Wait for the Other Snow White

Mirror Mirror Review: Wait for the Other Snow White

Two Snow White movies come to theaters this year, the first being the Lily Collins/Julia Roberts-starring comedy that is as bad as the trailer suggest.
Hop Better than Chipmunks, But That’s Not Saying Much

Hop Better than Chipmunks, But That’s Not Saying Much

An animated/live-action blend, Hop is more tolerable than other recent films in the sub-genre, though comparing the movie to the likes of Garfield and Alvin and the Chipmunks doesn't say a whole lot.
‘Boy’ Movie Review

‘Boy’ Movie Review

From the director of the quirky but flawed Eagle Vs. Shark comes another quirky but flawed drama-comedy called Boy, about a boy named Boy.
Is ‘The Descendants’ the Best Good Movie of 2011?

Is ‘The Descendants’ the Best Good Movie of 2011?

The Descendants is now on DVD and Blu-ray, which allows us to revisit the question that has never been asked: is it the best good movie of 2011?
The Kid with a Bike Movie Review

The Kid with a Bike Movie Review

Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the deeply moving new film by the Dardenne brothers delves into the emotional life of a troubled 11-year-old.
Will Ferrell is Mexican in Casa de mi Padre

Will Ferrell is Mexican in Casa de mi Padre

Will Ferrell is back, and he's speaking espaƱol. His new movie Casa de mi Padre is stupid and funny at the same time.
Jeff, Who Lives at Home, is Funny

Jeff, Who Lives at Home, is Funny

Jason Segel, Ed Helms and Susan Sarandon star in the surprisingly funny comedy about a slacker who sets out to fulfill his destiny. Sort of.
My Week with Marilyn

My Week with Marilyn

Michelle Williams earned another Oscar nomination for her turn as Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn, now on DVD and Blu-ray.
The Three Musketeers Fights Its Way Onto DVD

The Three Musketeers Fights Its Way Onto DVD

The latest rendition of the classic Alexandre Dumas tale The Three Musketeers is now on Blu-ray and DVD, complete with lots of swordplay and, for some reason, airships.
John Carter Movie Review: As Barren as Mars

John Carter Movie Review: As Barren as Mars

Disney attempts to launch a new franchise with an adaptation of a book that other sci-fi films have been referencing for decades. That sounds like trouble.