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Hidden Gems: The Way Back
From the director of
Master and Commander
, comes the epic escape and survival film
The Way Back
- now on DVD & Blu-Ray.
The Rock is Faster. Too Fast for Us.
Revenge is a dish best served cold. In Faster, it's served through the drive thru window. Dwayne Johnson stars in this action film.
Gulliver’s Travels Movie Review
There is just something sad about remaking an old classic by injecting pop culture references and modern humor. Case in point: Gulliver's Travels.
Skyline vs. Battle: Los Angeles: The Real Truth
Movies often come in pairs, but in the case of
Battle: Los Angeles
, it is more than just mere coincidence.
Stake Land Movie Review
Vampires never get old. Unless they're sparkly and romantic. Thankfully, in this new indie thriller, the vampires are bloody, nasty and pissed off.
The Conspirator: A Pleasant Shot to the Head
, director Robert Redford focuses on the trial of Mary Surratt, who was accused of conspiring with John Wilkes Booth to murder Lincoln.
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold & Signed Poster Giveaway
Morgan Spurlock returns with his latest documentary - this one funded purely by brand placement. We're also giving away an autographed poster!
Why Scream 4 is a Worthy Sequel
When it was first released, Scream was considered an original and refreshing take on the slasher genre. But some have said the shine has worn off. Here's why they're wrong.
Never Let Me Go Movie Review
Oscar nominees Carey Mulligan and Kiera Knightley and Golden Globe nominee Andrew Garfield star in this hidden gem of 2010.
Hanna Movie Review
The newest film from Joe Wright (
Pride & Prejudice
) demonstrates why he's one of the best young directors working today.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie Review
Unlike the first two movies,
suffers from a lack of name recognition. Oh, and B-grade production values.
Middle Men Movie Review
Sex. Porn. Gangsters. Murder. The Internet. Credit card processing. Luke Wilson stars as the pioneer of online porn in
Little Fockers Movie Review
If you've seen
Meet the Parents
, then you've seen its unnecessary sequel
. Read our review for more info.
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer Movie Review
If you're on pace to become President some day, it just seems natural to start overpaying for hookers. Right? Right.
Source Code Movie Review
Jake Gyllenhaal plays a soldier who can relive the last eight minutes of a dead man's life to identify a terrorist. And to make out with Michelle Monaghan.
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Review: ‘Creed’ Goes 11 Rounds
‘Mockingjay Part 2′ Review: The Long, Sad Song of Katniss Everdeen
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‘Brooklyn’ Movie Review