Top 10 Movie Lists
Awards & Oscars
Pina: A Documentary You Should See in Theaters, in 3D
The very thought of watching a documentary about a dancer, or dancing, regardless of Oscar nominations or credentials, was agonizing. Shame on me.
You Haven’t Seen White Irish Drinkers, But You Should
White Irish Drinkers
is a movie that few, unfortunately, have seen, let alone heard of. Here's why you should see it.
Higher Ground Movie Review
Oscar-nominated actress Vera Farmiga makes her directorial debut with the drama
, about a woman drawn into a fundamentalist sect.
Juno Temple is a Dirty Girl: A Movie Review
Juno Temple stars as the title character in the R-rated drama comedy
. But should anyone care?
50/50: A Funny Movie About Cancer
Cancer is no laughing matter. Life, however, is. With this "cancer comedy", 50/50 prove that disease can be just as humorous as it is frightening.
The Woman in Black Movie Review
Daniel Radcliffe stars in his first movie since
finished and proves he is a force to be reckoned with. Now about the movie...
Review: Chronicle Flies Sort of High This Weekend
Seattle gets destroyed in the new low-budget sci-fi action film
, which features great visual effects and an entertaining story. In theaters today.
Hell and Back Again: Does It Deserve an Oscar?
The Oscar-nominated documentary Hell and Back Again, now on DVD, is an intimate portrait of one American soldier's attempt to transition back to regular life.
Taylor Lautner Puts the ‘Ab’ in Abduction
Taylor Lautner alert! Here is a very late review of yet another movie that attempts to prove that Taylor Lautner can act.
Texas Killing Fields Movie Review
It’s been a while since a really good serial killer movie came along – well, one not directed by David Fincher. Following
The Texas Killing Fields
, now on DVD, we still have to wait.
Miss Bala Movie Review
Miss Bala, the official Mexican entry to the Oscars for 2011, is a dark and terrifying look into the world of Mexico’s gang wars.
Is Oscar Nominee Demián Bichir’s Movie Worth Seeing?
Demián Bichir was just nominated for Best Actor for his portrayal of an illegal immigrant just trying to give his son a better life, but whose circumstances quickly spiral out of control.
Review: ‘Seven Psychopaths’ is Now on Blu-ray
One of the funniest movies of 2012 is now on Blu-ray and DVD. That is all.
Man on a Ledge Pushes Me to the Edge
Instead of going out to hit on women on Thursday night, I chose to write a stupid review about a stupid movie. Oh,
Man on a Ledge
is now in theaters.
Liam Neeson Plays a Badass in The Grey
Liam Neeson crashes in Alaska and is forced to kill wolves to survive. "Forced" is a strong word, however, as he seems to get aroused at the thought of killing the beasts.
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Jason Bourne is Back in First Look Teaser
Review: ‘Deadpool’ Doesn’t Give a F**k
Review: Fail, ‘Hail, Caesar!’ Pass
Review: ‘The Finest Hours’ Fine Enough