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‘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!
‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ and You
One of the best movies of 2015 finds its way onto Blu-ray. Here's why you should watch it.
Insurgent Sucks, So Does Shailene Woodley’s Hair
The Divergent sequel hit DVD last week. If you haven't watched it, don't start now.
‘Project Almanac’ Transports to DVD. Should You Watch It?
The time travel thriller doesn't fulfill its potential, but still has entertainment value.
The 30 Movies You Absolutely Must See in 2015
Don't even question it. Just go and see these movies this year.
The Only Holiday Movie Buying Guide You Need
Buying movies this holiday season? Here's a list to get you started.
An Unemotional Review of the Cheerful ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
The most cheerful movie of the year hits DVD, so you can cry at home.
Divergent Review: Better than Hunger Games?
Though not without its shortcomings, Divergent--now on Blu-ray--is pretty decent.
‘Vampire Academy’ Is the Worst Movie of 2014
Not even halfway through the year and we may already have a winner.
How I Live Now Movie Review
Saoirse Ronan attempts to survive in World War III-stricken Britain.
The Spectacular Now Review: Close to Spectacular
Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley won at Sundance for a reason. This is it.
Review: ‘Carrie’ Reeks of Pig’s Blood
The remake hits DVD and Blu-ray like a pair of dirty pillows.
25 Movies You Have to See in 2014
Only some of these movies will actually be good, but here you go.
A ‘Big’ Blu-ray Review
Tom Hanks plays a man-child who seduces a grown woman.
The 13 Most Overlooked Movies of 2013
Here are 13 movies of 2013 that you probably didn't see, but should have.
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