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Review: Amy Schumer’s ‘Trainwreck’
This sinful movie is about loose women and premarital relations. It's also funny as hell.
Review: Ian McKellan is an Old ‘Mr. Holmes’
Sherlock Holmes had to grow old at some point.
10 Questions with Mr. Holmes Actor Hiroyuki Sanada
The "Lost" actor co-stars with Ian McKellan in the new Sherlock Holmes drama.
The Super-Good Horror Flick ‘It Follows’ is Now on DVD
STDs suck. Especially ones involving demons that want to kill you.
Review: ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’
Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart star in the critically acclaimed drama, out on DVD.
The Best Movie of 2015 is Now on DVD
The sci-fi drama-thriller Ex Machina explores the dangers of AI, and we all wn.
We Reviewed ‘Minions’ Because Minions
Thousands of pill-shaped yellow demons are invading theaters right now.
Review: ‘Cartel Land’ and the Line Between Good and Evil
The new documentary looks at life in a not-so-friendly part of Mexico.
Why Terminator: Genisys Flopped, and What They Should Do Next
Terminator: Genisys was a misfire. Here's why, and here's where the franchise should go.
On DVD: ‘Slow West’ Thankfully Doesn’t Live Up to Its Title
It almost does, but solid performances and a sound script make this western worth the ride.
Here’s Who’s Making the Star Wars: Han Solo Movie
Walt Disney is make a solo Han Solo movie, because of course they are.
’71 Hits DVD. Here’s Why You Should Watch It.
A young British soldier is trapped behind enemy lines in riot-fueled Belfast.
‘Maggie’ Review: Arnold vs. Zombie Daughter
Arnold Schwarzenegger is back... in an indie-drama about the zombie apocalypse???
Review: ‘Woman in Gold’
Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds stars in this legal thriller about art.
Ranking the Best & Worst Independence Day Blockbusters
We looked back at the biggest Independence Day blockbusters of the last 20 years.
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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’