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Transformers: Dark of the Moon Movie Review
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
, Bay delivers another must-have action movie to the world, perhaps his best in over a decade.
Terri Movie Review
, starring John C. Reilly, opens in theaters on Friday, exploring high school life through the angst of an overweight misfit.
Season of the Witch: Same Season as Bad Movies
Nicolas Cage's latest project to embody the "anytime, anywhere" motto of his career, Season of the Witch comes to DVD and Blu-Ray on June 28.
L’illusionniste: Not The Triplets of Belleville
An aging French illusionist finds his prospects dwindling as rock bands and electronics go mainstream in this Oscar-nominated French animated film.
Cedar Rapids Movie Review
Ed Helms, John C. Reilly and Anne Heche star in
, a comedy that isn't quite
. It's now on DVD/Blu-Ray.
The Ledge: The Best Movie of the Summer?
Coming to theaters in July but already playing On Demand, the thriller
is one of the better movies of the summer.
Green Lantern Movie Review
as bad as it looks, or isthe Martin Campbell-directed action film a pleasant surprise?
The Mechanic Movie Review
From the director of Con Air and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider comes The Mechanic, the latest no-effort Jason Statham action flick.
Salvation Boulevard Movie Review
Greg Kinnear, Pierce Brsonan, Marisa Tomei, Jennifer Connelly and Ed Harris star in the agnostic comedy
Super 8 Movie Review
Producer Steven Spielberg and director J.J. Abrams united for the nostalgic sci-fi action thriller
, in theaters this weekend.
MegaMind Movie Review
Will Ferrell, Tina Fey and Brad Pitt unite their voices for
, a surprisingly entertaining animated action-adventure from DreamWorks.
Just Go With It Review, and DVD Giveaway!
Just Go With It
debuts on DVD and Blu-Ray June 7, 2011! We're giving away the Just Go With It DVD, as well as other goodies.
X-Men: First Class Movie Review
X-Men: First Class is an edgy reboot that entertains but fails to live up to expectations set by its predecessors.
No Strings Attached, No Thank You
Natalie Portman. Friend with benefits. Yes, please. Ashton Kutcher, same arrangement. I'll pass. The same goes for
No Strings Attached
Super Movie Review: Surprisingly Sadistic
, the unbelievable happens: Dwight Schrute becomes a badass. Oh, and Ellen Page dresses up in tight spandex.
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Review: 'Pirates of the Caribbean'
On Blu-ray: 'Get Out' is a Must-See
Review: 'Alien: Covenant'