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Platoon Blu-Ray Review
Platoon comes to Blu-Ray for the first time, which means you can see a very winning Charlie Sheen in high definition action. Buy this now.
Short Film Review: Red Princess Blues
We don't review short films very often, but we've reviewed Alex Ferrari's Red Princess Blues - eight months after we were supposed to.
I Am Number Four: Is Teresa Palmer Worth It?
I Am Number Four is out on Blu-Ray and DVD today. Teresa Palmer is in it, but does her presence alone make owning the Blu-Ray worth the money.
Gnomeo & Juliet: A Timeless Tale?
Romeo and Juliet gets the treatment audiences have long been craving for: the timeless tragedy acted out by warring garden gnomes. Now on DVD/Blu-Ray.
Terminator/The Usual Suspects: The Books?
The Terminator and The Usual Suspects are very similar in many ways. People die in both of them. And they were just re-released on Blu-Ray.
Pirates of the Caribbean 4 Movie Review
If Captain Jack Sparrow returns in a fourth Pirates of the Caribbean movie, does anyone care? More importantly, is the fourth movie any good?
The Roommate Movie Review
Sexy college girls. Frat parties. Obsessive roommates. Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester. And still, all that can't save
The Other Woman Movie Review
Hot off her Oscar-winning performance in Black Swan, Natalie Portman delivered another fine performance. The Other Woman is now on DVD/Blu-Ray.
Bridesmaids: The Funniest Movie of 2011?
Why should men have all the fun? Featuring an almost entirely female cast, Bridesmaids may be this year's
. At least until
The Dilemma Movie Review
Is a comedy a comedy if there are no jokes? Is a comedy a comedy if no one laughs? Watch the Vince Vaughn/Kevin James movie to discover the truth.
Grown Ups Movie Review
Proof that putting a bunch of funny men together in the same room doesn't guarantee a funny movie, Grown Ups is a comedy so bland it's... well, bland.
My Soul to Take Took My Soul
Wes Craven has made many of the best horror movies. Sadly, My Soul to Take is easily one of the worst mainstream horror movies ever made.
I Nearly Threw Up, and It Was Good
is just as funny as its predecessors. There's not much more that can be said. Oh, and it nearly made me throw up.
Thor: The Movie Review
Thor kicks off the summer movie season with a bang and Natalie Portman stars in her 27th movie of 2011. Read our review for the comic book adaptation.
The Silent House, or The Boring House
The Silent House, now in select theaters and on-demand next week, audiences are treated to a movie with a single, 79-minute take. But is it a good take?
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License to Miss: 9 Reasons Why ‘Spectre’ Falls Short
Jason Bourne is Back in First Look Teaser
Review: ‘Deadpool’ Doesn’t Give a F**k
Review: Fail, ‘Hail, Caesar!’ Pass