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Cinema Squabble Podcast: The Best Summer Blockbusters
They finally let FilmJabber on the podcast Cinema Squabble. People died.
Here’s the First Image from Independence Day Resurgence
Roland Emmerich has revealed the first photo from his upcoming sequel.
The Boy Next Door: F**king Amazeballs
We finally watched the best movie of the year. And it is amazing.
Now on DVD: Happy ‘Chappie’
South African accents. High-tech gadgetry. A questionable ending. It's a Neill Blomkamp movie!
Now on DVD: ‘Wild Tales’ is a Wild Ride
The Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film lives up to its name.
‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Shoots Onto Blu-ray
If it looks bad and sounds bad, it probably is bad. Kingsman defies such logic.
‘Run All Night’ with Liam Neeson? Why Not.
Here's our movie review for the latest Liam Neeson action flick, now on DVD.
‘The Lazarus Effect’ Resurrects on DVD
Olivia Wilde stars in this horror-thriller that is almost really good.
On DVD: Laugh With, or At, ‘The DUFF’
If you don't know who the DUFF is, it's probably you.
‘Project Almanac’ Transports to DVD. Should You Watch It?
The time travel thriller doesn't fulfill its potential, but still has entertainment value.
Ranking the SIFF 2015 Movies I Watched
Over 450 films have screened at SIFF. I managed to watch only 10.
SIFF Review: The Superhero Indie Drama ‘Vincent’
A Frenchman with super powers spends his time swimming in lakes.
Jupiter Ascending: Star Yawn
In space, no one can hear you yawn. This sci-fi stinker is now on DVD.
Kristen Stewart’s ‘Camp X-Ray’ Reports to DVD
Kristen Stewart delivers a fine performance as a conflicted soldier at Guantanamo Bay.
‘Monsters: Dark Continent’ Review
The sequel to the low-budget Monsters is as bad as you'd expect it to be.
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On DVD: ‘Zoolander 2′ is What You’d Expect
Review: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Watch the New Star Trek Beyond Trailer
Neighbors 2 Review: Crudely Funny