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‘The Drop’ Review: James Gandolfini Goes Out with a Bang
Tony Soprano's last movie is a surprisingly good mob thriller.
Will ‘Annabelle’ Freak Your Sh*t Out?
The prequel to The Conjuring is now on home video, but should you invite this doll into your house?
A ‘Starred Up’ Movie Review
Jack O'Connell starred in Unbroken, but he also starred in a good movie, too.
‘Into the Storm’ Review: Making Movies Without a Script
Tornado action is blown away by dialogue so bad we wonder if the movie even had a script.
8 Oscar Snubs That Totally Deserved It
Selma, Gone Girl, Unbroken and Clint Eastwood. Here are why they deserved what they got.
Seattle Film Award Winners Announced
Seattle's movie critics voted... and these are the best movies of 2014 according to them.
The 21 Best Performances of 2014
And many of these people will not be nominated for an Academy Award.
‘Belle’ Review: Still Stodgy
If you like watching stodgy English people talk about stodgy English things, Belle is for you.
A Review of ‘Gone Girl’ By Someone Who Read the Book
Let's get to the point. The ending of
the book is terrible.
‘Men, Women & Children’ Now on DVD
From the director of Juno and Up in the Air comes a movie that isn't nearly as good.
The Two Faces of January: Wannabe Thriller
Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac star in this wannabe thriller, now on DVD.
Is ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ Worth the Stroll?
The Liam Neeson crime thriller hits DVD this week--is it worth seeing?
11 Entertaining Movies You Didn’t Watch in 2014
Bored of all those award contenders? Here are 11 other movies you need to see.
Review: Harry Potter Gets Horn-y in ‘Horns’
Now on DVD, Horns has Daniel Radcliffe growing horns because, you know, bad stuff.
Review: ‘Get On Up’ Doesn’t Get On Up
The James Brown biopic, now on Blu-ray, largely misses the mark.
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Magic Mike XXL on Blu-ray: Hard or Limp?
Review: ‘The Martian’ is as Good as the Book
Now on DVD: More of the Same with ‘Avengers 2′
Why You Should See the Brutally Intense ‘Sicario’