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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.
Review: Alexander’s Bad Day is Good For You
While not a family classic, this long-titled comedy has enough for the whole family.
You’ve Never Seen Steve Carell Like This
If you think Steve Carell only does comedy, think again.
A Late Anchorman 2 Review: Yes, It Sucks
We finally confirmed what everyone has said: the sequel sucks.
Watch the Anchorman 2 Trailer
Because it's funny, that why. Shut your hole or you get a trident.
Review: ‘The Way, Way Back’ is a Must-See
One of the best movies of 2013 is now on DVD and Blu-ray.
Box Office Report: Minions Giggle At Tonto
The minions were up to no good this weekend, and The Lone Ranger paid the price.
Review: Is ‘Despicable Me 2′ Better Than the First?
The answer is no, but that doesn't mean it isn't funny.
Seattle/Portland Despicable Me 2 Advanced Screenings
Take your whole family to see
Despicable Me 2
, before it hits theaters.
SIFF Capsule Reviews: Short Term 12/The Way, Way Back
We've only seen two movies at SIFF so far, but quality over quantity...
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Movie Review
has gotten a modern makeover.
Review: Streep and Jones Get Frisky In ‘Hope Springs’
Featuring a Meryl Streep/Tommy Lee Jones sex scene. Yes oh yes.
Review: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
When the end of the world is near, Steve Carell has a chance with Keira Knightley.
Holiday Buying Guide: 10 Movies to Buy this Holiday Season
For the average buyer, it's tough to cut through all the crap. Here is a list of ten movies to buy this holiday season that will make any movie lover happy.
Crazy, Stupid, Love. Movie Review
Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone star in the first must-see romantic comedy of the year. It's
Crazy, Stupid, Love.
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Review: Better Luck ‘Tomorrowland’
‘American Sniper’ Takes Aim on Blu-ray. Here’s a Review.
Review: No Pitching About ‘Pitch Perfect 2′
Mad Max: Fury Road Review