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TrollHunter Movie Review
Trolls exist, and they are big, angry and smell like trolls. We finally watched
, and all we have to say is...
Bellflower: An Apocalyptic Romantic Drama, Sort Of
With the apocalypse not at all approaching, two friends spend their days preparing for it in this twisted and unique romantic drama, on DVD and Blu-ray today.
Attack the Block Movie Review
A gang of inner city youth in South London take on a horde of nasty aliens in
Attack the Block
Better Late Than Never: Paranormal Activity 3 Review
Everyone and their mother has already seen
Paranormal Activity 3
, but that's not stopping us from weighing in on the hit prequel.
Lars von Trier’s Melancholia: Beautiful but Boring
In the apocalyptic drama Melancholia, the latest movie from eccentric filmmaker Lars von Trier, Kirsten Dunst gives her finest performance yet.
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas Movie Review
The first Christmas movie of the year is here, but it's in the form of a new Harold & Kumar adventure. Read our review now!
Occupy This: Tower Heist Movie Review
Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy star in the Occupy-themed crime comedy
, in theaters today.
The Son of No One Movie Review
Channing Tatum stars as a cop hiding a horrible childhood secret in
The Son of No One
, in limited theaters this Friday.
Cars 2 Movie Review
Lightning McQueen and Mater are back, for better or worse, in the sequel to the worst Pixar movie ever made.
The Decline of Jurassic Park in Marvelous Blu-ray
Jurassic Park, The Lost World and Jurassic Park III are now on Blu-ray in an "Ultimate Trilogy" set, to remind us how disappointing the sequels are.
The People vs. George Lucas: A Must for Star Wars Fans
The new documentary
The People vs. George Lucas
- now on DVD - looks at the dilemma, the paradox, that is George Lucas.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Movie Review
You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout, I'm telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to town. And he's going to eat you.
Martha Marcy May Marlene Review
Elizabeth Olsen, sister to Mary Kate and Ashley, makes her big-screen debut in the disturbingly enthralling
Martha Marcy May Marlene
Revenge of the Electric Car: The Movie Review
Five years ago, filmmaker Chris Paine directed the documentary Who Killed the Electric Car?, a movie I described as "a must-see documentary". Enter its sequel.
The Caller Isn’t Your Average Horror Movie
It looks like a knock-off version of When a Stranger Calls starring that chick who was stupid enough to negotiate herself out of a starring role in Twilight.
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