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Read the First Three Chapters of The Trojan Conspiracy
FilmJabber's Erik Samdahl wrote a book. Here are the first three chapters.
10 Great Books You Have to Read Regardless of Your Taste in Books
Whether you like suspense fiction novels or non-fiction, here are 10 books you have to read.?
You’ve Never Seen Steve Carell Like This
If you think Steve Carell only does comedy, think again.
Review: ‘Beyond the Edge’ Goes Beyond Boring
The new documentary makes Edmund Hillary's ascent of Mt. Everest amazingly boring.
Tammy Review: Funny, Or Depressingly Bad?
Melissa McCarthy will either make you laugh or want to punch her in the face.
Review: Rumsfeld Describes ‘The Unknown Known’
Errol Morris's documentary about Donald Rumseld arrives on DVD.
An Interview with the Director of ‘Snowpiercer’
Bong Joon-ho, the director of acclaimed movies Mother and The Host, reveals all. Or some.
Review: Romance Surfaces in ‘The Sunfish’
We reviewed the heartwarming romantic comedy
because we could.
Review: Nicolas Cage Finds Redemption in ‘Joe’
Every once in a while, Nicolas Cage does it. He reminds us that deep, deep down...
Review: Jake Gyllenhaal is His Own ‘Enemy’
They told me there would be spiders in
. I didn’t understand.
A Review of the Time Travel Movie ‘Time Lapse’
What would you do if you found a camera that predicted the future?
The Best Movies of the 2014 Seattle International Film Festival
My mom weighs in on her top ten movies at SIFF. Naturally, her #1 movie was about a dog.
‘Jersey Boys’ Review: Great Music, But…
Clint Eastwood dances, sings and serenades in Jersey Boys. Well, not really.
The 13 Best Book-to-Movie Adaptations of the 21st Century
Not all book-to-movie adaptations are made equal. Here are the 13 best ones.
A Review of the Adorable ‘Ernest & Celestine’
The Hunger Games
, only with bears and mice. OK, not really.
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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