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Disney’s ‘Aladdin’ 20 Years Later: Still As Good?
Disney's Aladdin: Diamond Edition debuts on Blu-ray this week. How does this movie hold up?
Now on Blu-ray: ‘Dope’ Isn’t So Dope
Apparently I'm dumber than the 96% of critics who liked this movie.
‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ and You
One of the best movies of 2015 finds its way onto Blu-ray. Here's why you should watch it.
Magic Mike XXL on Blu-ray: Hard or Limp?
The male stripper romp struts its stuff onto Blu-ray and DVD today. Is it worth a stroke?
‘Escobar: Paradise Lost’ is the ‘Narcos’ We Deserved
The Pablo Escobar drama-thriller is what Netflix's Narcos should be like.
A Late Review of ‘The Water Diviner’
Russell Crowe directs the post-war drama about some dude who does something.
Now on DVD: More of the Same with ‘Avengers 2′
Tony Stark's inventions once again go haywire. Someone stop this man!
Review: ‘Unexpected’ Expected on DVD
Cobie Smulders is pregnant, and that's not necessarily a good thing.
2015’s ‘Poltergeist Floats’ onto DVD, For Some Reason
To be an unnecessary remake is to have no purpose in this world.
Melissa McCarthy Back in a Good Movie? ‘Spy’ Hits DVD
After years of producing crap, Melissa McCarthy reunites with her Bridesmaids director.
The Most Profound Movie Ever Is Now on DVD
OK, not really. But Entourage is just as fun and entertaining as the show.
‘Cop Car’ Review: Simple is Sufficient
If you're going to steal a car, don't steal a cop car with a man locked in the trunk.
Review: No Pitching About ‘Pitch Perfect 2′
The funny sequel is now on DVD and Blu-ray. Here's what we thought of it.
Here’s a Review of the Amazingly Awkward ‘The Overnight’
If you want to feel uncomfortable in your own home, this comedy is now in stores.
Furious 7: Awesome, Stupid, or Both?
Furious 7 is now available to own, but there’s a fine line between intentionally stupid and just plain out dumb.
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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