Movie Reviews

2015’s ‘Poltergeist Floats’ onto DVD, For Some Reason

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

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

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

‘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’

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’

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: 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.
Disney’s 50 Shades of ‘Cinderella’ on DVD

Disney’s 50 Shades of ‘Cinderella’ on DVD

The family-friendly feature offers 50 reasons why its worth the ticket price.
‘Love & Mercy’ Review: California Dreamin

‘Love & Mercy’ Review: California Dreamin

Paul Dano and John Cusack both star as the troubled leader of the Beach Boys.
‘Wolf Totem’ Review: Because Wolves

‘Wolf Totem’ Review: Because Wolves

This beautifully filmed movie is about wolves and a Chinese soldier in 1967.
Meet the Patels Review: Doc or Comedy?

Meet the Patels Review: Doc or Comedy?

The toils of modern dating are put on display in this Indian-American family.
The Age of Adaline Review: First World Problems

The Age of Adaline Review: First World Problems

Being stuck looking like Blake Lively for 70 years must be tough.
My Mom Reviewed ‘Learning to Drive’

My Mom Reviewed ‘Learning to Drive’

The Patricia Clarkson/Ben Kingsley drama expands this week, so I sent my mom to see it.
Bloodsucking Bastards Movie Review

Bloodsucking Bastards Movie Review

If this movie sounds good to you, you'll probably like it.
Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine Review

Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine Review

Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney takes on the reverence of Steve Jobs.