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‘Bears’ Review: It’s No Grizzly Man
The good news: it's full of beary goodness. The bad news: it doesn't end like Grizzly Man.
The Other Woman Review: Stay Away
This "comedy" is a complete f**king mess.
Dom Hemingway Review: Good Jude Law, Forgettable Movie
Jude Law is Dom Hemingway, an ex-felon who just can't catch a break. The audience doesn't either.
I Turned ‘Rio 2′ Off Halfway Through. Here’s Why.
Call it unfair to review only half of a movie. Go on, do it. I understand.
Review: ‘Need for Speed’ Needs More Speed
Fast and Furious
wannabe, now on DVD, could learn from its title.
Divergent Review: Better than Hunger Games?
Though not without its shortcomings, Divergent--now on Blu-ray--is pretty decent.
See Chloe Grace Moretz in Seattle this Tuesday!
Hit Girl is going to be at Northgate Mall this Tuesday to celebrate her new movie!
3 Good, Bad Things About ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’
From gun-wielding raccoons to cliche-ridden villains, Marvel's latest has it all. But is that enough?
Review: Nick Frost Has Some Serious ‘Cuban Fury’
Nick Frost... salsa dancing champion? Yes, and hell yes.
Review: ‘Transcendence’ Will Drive You Insane
The last 20 minutes of this movie are an insult to your brain.
‘Cesar Chavez’ Movie Review
Cesar Chavez was one dedicated dude. So Diego Luna made a movie about him.
Review: ‘Blue Ruin’ Resurrects the Revenge Thriller
One of the best movies of the year is now in theaters and On Demand.
Review: Arnold’s ‘Sabotage’ is Bloody Crazy
Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest is one of the goriest action movies you'll see all year.
‘The Pretty One’ Review: The Bright Side to a Dead Sister
There are perks to having a twin, I suppose. Like pretending you're your dead sibling.
On DVD: ScarJo’s ‘Under the Skin’ is No ‘Species’
An alien temptress seduces men and then kills them, but it's no Species.
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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