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Here’s Why ‘Chef’ Has Gotten Rave Reviews
In this review, we promise a minimal amount of food puns of this savory delight.
Nymphomaniac: How Lars von Trier Made Sex Boring
The ambitious director managed to do the seemingly impossible.
A Review of ‘Oculus’, A Sort-Of Different Horror Movie
unique would be a stretch. To call it different than your other generic horror movie fare... sure.
‘The Rover’ Review: Why Wait for the Next Mad Max?
Now on DVD, The Rover has Guy Pearce killing people in a dying, post-apocalyptic world.
On DVD: Rogen, Efron Go to War in ‘Neighbors’
Zac Efron and Seth Rogen go to war. But does the audience win?
On DVD: ‘Ida’ and the Hot Polish Nun
Just because a movie is in black and white doesn't mean it's sophisticated.
Review: Will You Understand ‘The Maze Runner’?
The fast-paced action-adventure thriller has plenty of excitement, but not my explanation.
Review: ‘Space Station 76′ Is the Future of the Past
This movie is about a futuristic space station that looks like it was made in the 1970s.
See Simon Pegg’s New Movie Before Your Friends
Simon Pegg is funny, and you can see his new movie early.
The 19 Movies You Have to Watch this Fall
Because we said so, that's why. Don't question. Just accept.
Review: ‘The Guest’ is Not What You Think
Don’t trust handsome people. It’s just a good rule to follow in general.
An Unemotional Review of the Cheerful ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
The most cheerful movie of the year hits DVD, so you can cry at home.
Get Free Passes to See Denzel’s The Equalizer
Denzel Washington's new movie looks good. Here's how you can see it early.
On DVD: Godzilla Smashes Things Because He Can
The giant lizard stars in a movie where lots of things get smashed.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is 40 Years Old
What this means: if you grew up loving this movie, you're getting old.
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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