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On DVD: Godzilla Smashes Things Because He Can
The giant lizard stars in a movie where lots of things get smashed.
Final Hunger Games: Mockingjay Poster Unveiled
Jennifer Lawrence is back, and she's wearing clothes this time. Too soon?
Captain America 2: The Best Marvel Sequel Ever?
Captain America is back, and his movie (now on DVD) may be the action movie of the year.
Review: Jesse Eisenberg Sees ‘The Double’
A repressed Jesse Eisenberg encounters his less-repressed doppelganger.
Review: ‘The Signal’ Fails to Find Its Frequency
The sci-fi thriller has an interesting premise, but it never quite clicks.
‘The Not-So-Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Hits DVD
This movie review includes swear words. Because it makes you want to swear.
Divergent Review: Better than Hunger Games?
Though not without its shortcomings, Divergent--now on Blu-ray--is pretty decent.
Review: ‘Transcendence’ Will Drive You Insane
The last 20 minutes of this movie are an insult to your brain.
On DVD: ScarJo’s ‘Under the Skin’ is No ‘Species’
An alien temptress seduces men and then kills them, but it's no Species.
An Interview with the Director of ‘Snowpiercer’
Bong Joon-ho, the director of acclaimed movies Mother and The Host, reveals all. Or some.
Review: Jake Gyllenhaal is His Own ‘Enemy’
They told me there would be spiders in
. I didn’t understand.
The Signal’s William Eubank: Lightning, Reading Reviews and Uncle Buck
The director of the new sci-fi thriler The Signal suffers through an interview with us.
Why the ‘RoboCop’ Remake Is Worth Seeing
The remake of the 80's classic hits DVD. Here's why you should watch it.
Godzilla Box Office Smash Attack
Godzilla arrived, and he smashed expectations into oblivion.
‘Her’ Review: Sex with your Operating System, Anyone?
The critically acclaimed movie about operating system sex is now on DVD.
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Review: ‘Adult Beginners’
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