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Now on DVD: Meryl Streep Plays a Horrible Person
Meryl Streep delivers an Oscar-worthy performance in August: Osage County.
Captain America Salutes the Box Office Gods
The critically acclaimed sequel has been blessed with riches.
A Not-So-Fuzzy Review of ‘Island of Lemurs’
It's hard to mess up a nature documentary, but clearly not impossible.
The 9 Best Chris Evans Movies Ever Made
The Cap America actor has played four different super-powered characters in his career.
Win Free Tickets to ‘Oculus’ in Seattle/Portland
Enter to win a pair of VIP tickets to see the horror movie before everyone else.
An Atheist’s Movie Review of ‘Noah’
Your Bible's story of Noah, this is not.
The 10 Best Russell Crowe Movies
From Gladiator to L.A. Confidential, Russell Crowe has given us some great movies.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Review
People said it was boring. Don't always listen to other people. Unless it's me.
The Rock Returns to The Scorpion King… er, Hercules
Watch the new teaser trailer for Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson. Tell us what you think!
What? A Not Unkind ’47 Ronin’ Movie Review
The movie that sort of stars Keanu Reeves hits disc soon, and it's not that bad.
2 Reason to See/Avoid the New X-Men Movie
The new movie trailer is awesome. But then Fox released something else not-so-awesome.
3 Reasons The Wolf of Wall Street Isn’t the Best
The Leonardo DiCaprio/Martin Scorsese film is one of 2013's best. But three factors kept it from #1.
Review: Does ‘Delivery Man’ Deliver?
Director Ken Scott made a movie a year ago. Then he remade it starring Vince Vaughn.
Does ‘Californication: The Sixth Season’ Jump the Shark?
The David Duchovny-starrer is nearing the end of its run, and it is time.
On DVD: The Overlooked ‘Saving Mr. Banks’
The movie about the making of Mary Poppins deserves a larger audience.
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Don’t Kill John Wick’s Dog (A Movie Review)
Review: Michael Keaton Takes Flight in ‘Birdman’
Review: Radcliffe Sheds Potter Scar, Grows ‘Horns’
Review: ‘Fury’ Is No ‘Private Ryan,’ But That’s OK