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Now on DVD: Amy Schumer’s ‘Trainwreck’
This sinful movie is about loose women and premarital relations. It's also funny as hell.
‘Paper Towns’ Review: More Faults than Stars
From the author of The Fault in our Stars comes a movie not nearly as good. Now on DVD!
Why You Should Watch ‘People, Places, Things’
Jermaine Clement stars in the surprisingly entertaining dramedy, now on Blu-ray.
The Age of Adaline Review: First World Problems
Being stuck looking like Blake Lively for 70 years must be tough.
Review: ‘From the Madding Crowd’ Bucks a Trend
At least the drama doesn't feel like every other Victorian era movie.
Review: Will Smith’s Half-Movie ‘Focus’
Will Smith's latest is pretty good... too bad no one wrote the second half of the movie.
A Review of The Notebook 2… Er, The Longest Ride
Nicholas Sparks is up to his old tricks again, this time taking advantage of Clint Eastwood's sperm.
My Mom Reviewed The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
The sequel, now on DVD, is made for old people. So I asked my mom to review the movie.
On DVD: Laugh With, or At, ‘The DUFF’
If you don't know who the DUFF is, it's probably you.
‘Results’ Review: My Mom Actually Hated a SIFF Film
My mom, the least critical person in the world, didn't like the new Guy Pearce comedy.
‘Fifty Shades of Grey': Still Limp
The bad-even-for-softcore-porn blockbuster is now on home video. Don't buy it.
Review: ‘Beyond the Lights’ Goes Beyond Expectations
They were low expectations, but that doesn't mean Beyond the Lights isn't worth it.
Why The Theory of Everything Deserves the Oscar
Proof that beautiful direction and Oscar-worthy acting can result in a great movie.
Overlooked Movie Alert: ‘Begin Again’
You probably didn't see Begin Again in theaters, but you should see it.
Seattle Film Award Winners Announced
Seattle's movie critics voted... and these are the best movies of 2014 according to them.
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Review: ‘Creed’ Goes 11 Rounds
‘Mockingjay Part 2′ Review: The Long, Sad Song of Katniss Everdeen
Review: ‘Secret in Their Eyes’ Has No Secrets
‘Brooklyn’ Movie Review