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Rio Movie Review
The animated movie
is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. The family film is colorful, but how does it compare to the competition?
Soul Surfer Movie Review: Religion Not Required
Surfing, sharks and Jesus collide in Soul Surfer, the real-life drama coming to DVD and Blu-Ray on Tuesday. Read our review.
Crazy, Stupid, Love. Movie Review
Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone star in the first must-see romantic comedy of the year. It's
Crazy, Stupid, Love.
The Guard Movie Review: Don Cheadle, But Not Much Else
Brendan Gleeson, Liam Cunningham, Mark Strong and the wonderful Don Cheadle star in
, the feature debut for writer/director John Michael McDonagh.
Waiting for Superman Movie Review
The American educational system is pretty terrible, so why do teachers' unions still stand in the way of progress?
Dogtooth Movie Review
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Picture, the Greek film
is one of the best - and also the strangest - movies of the last year.
Red Riding Hood Movie Review
From the director of
Red Riding Hood
, another fantasy-based romantic thriller that also lacks intrigue.
Hall Pass Movie Review
Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate star in
, recently available on DVD. But where are the laughs?
Captain America Movie Review: America’s Best?
The comic book adaptations this year have been good but not great. Does Captain America reverse that trend?
The Boyz N The Hood Blu-Ray Review
Boyz N the Hood is an excellent movie, a drama with fierce acting, an emotional story and engaging, colorful characters. It is now on Blu-Ray for the first time.
Take Me Home Tonight Movie Review
Topher Grace and Teresa Palmer star in Take Me Home Tonight, a fun, lighthearted throwback to movies of the 1980's. The movie is on Blu-Ray/DVD today.
Better Late Than Never: Our Harry Potter Review
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is an epic conclusion to the storied franchise, a penultimate finale that sizzles with emotion, suspense and action.
Winnie the Pooh Finds Honey, Critic’s Inner Child
Winnie the Pooh
doesn't bring out the inner child in you, that's sad. If you don't take your kids to see it, that's even sadder.
Tabloid Movie Review: Cloned Dogs, Sex and Kidnapping
Kidnapping, a three-day bondage-type sexual encounter, Mormons, paparazzi and cloned dogs. Oh, and it's all real.
[Rec] 2: Hugs, Kisses and Demon Zombies
[Rec] 2 is now, finally, on DVD and Blu-Ray, which means you can watch a new group of unsuspecting people get eaten to death.
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