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A Review of the Adorable ‘Ernest & Celestine’
The Hunger Games
, only with bears and mice. OK, not really.
Review: The Grand ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Debuts on DVD
Wes Anderson has been on a roll for years, and his latest continues the trend.
The LEGO Movie Review: Everything Is Awesome
The hit comedy builds itself onto Blu-ray and DVD this week. Except on Amazon.
The 8 Best Scenes from True Detective
We're supposed to review True Detective. It's good. Here's why.
22 Jump Street Slays Dragons At the Box Office
The action-comedy sequel conquers, Dragon underperforms, Fault in Our Stars plummets.
Review: Bigfoot Will Make You Laugh, Cry at ‘Willow Creek’
An avid Bigfoot believer drags his girlfriend into the woods. He brings a camera. Bad idea.
Review: ‘Age of Uprising’ is No ‘Braveheart’
The dude revolts because some guy mistreated his horses. Don't get on his bad side.
The Signal’s William Eubank: Lightning, Reading Reviews and Uncle Buck
The director of the new sci-fi thriler The Signal suffers through an interview with us.
Review: ‘Non-Stop’ Cruises, then Crashes
The Liam Neeson flies onto DVD to entertain for a while, then crash and burn.
On DVD: ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’ is Generic Fun
A young Jack Ryan takes on a generic Russian businessman. But is that bad?
Why the ‘RoboCop’ Remake Is Worth Seeing
The remake of the 80's classic hits DVD. Here's why you should watch it.
Review: ‘Lone Survivor’ Hits DVD, Still Isn’t Great
The Afghanistan war meets The Rundown in this intense but emotionally inconsistent war drama.
They Remade ‘Endless Love.’ We Reviewed It
Because sexy, nice and smart girls never have any friends.
SIFF Review: ‘Beneath’ is Best Left Buried
It's like 'The Descent,' only not good.
‘Blended’ Review: Barrymore Saves Sandler
It took Drew Barrymore to rescue Adam Sandler from himself.
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Review: Better Luck ‘Tomorrowland’
‘American Sniper’ Takes Aim on Blu-ray. Here’s a Review.
Review: No Pitching About ‘Pitch Perfect 2′
Mad Max: Fury Road Review