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Magic Mike XXL on Blu-ray: Hard or Limp?
The male stripper romp struts its stuff onto Blu-ray and DVD today. Is it worth a stroke?
Jupiter Ascending: Star Yawn
In space, no one can hear you yawn. This sci-fi stinker is now on DVD.
Foxcatcher Review: Creepy Carell Isn’t Enough
There's a reason why the buzzed-about film--now on DVD--wasn't nominated for Best Picture.
’22 Jump Street’ is Now on DVD. You Should Watch It.
Channing All Over Your Tatum and Jonah "I'm an Oscar nominee" Hill are back!
You’ve Never Seen Steve Carell Like This
If you think Steve Carell only does comedy, think again.
Revie: ‘White House Down’ Invades DVD
The White House has had a bad year. Two subpar movies don't help.
Now on DVD: The Rock Saves ‘G.I. Joe’
That's not saying much, but hey, The Rock is in this one!
The 12 Funniest Movies of 2012
One movie made me laugh so hard I cried myself to sleep.
Rooney Mara and Jude Law Face ‘Side Effects’
Watch the trailer for Steven Soderbergh's new thriller, starring Rooney Mara.
Magic Mike Movie Review: Channing Tatum Gets Naked
I just watched a Channing Tatum stripper movie. By myself. In a theater.
Date Night Alert! The Vow Movie Review
Actually sort of based on a true story,
stars Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams, and actually sort of surprisingly, isn't terrible.
Haywire Is Only Sort of Haywire
Stephen Soderbergh's experimental action film
packs punch and an exceptional cast, but it's far from perfect.
21 Jump Street Movie Review
Just when you think Channing Tatum's career is on the downturn, he cranks out
21 Jump Street
, a funny if sometimes obnoxious action-comedy.
Win a Haywire Prize Pack!
This dynamic action-thriller Haywire, directed by Oscar® winner Steven Soderbergh (Contagion), opens in theaters everywhere Friday!
The Son of No One Movie Review
Channing Tatum stars as a cop hiding a horrible childhood secret in
The Son of No One
, in limited theaters this Friday.
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