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Act of Valor: Made for Soldiers, No One Else
Just when you thought you'd seen your last over-the-top U.S. military commercial...
Red Tails Exceeds Low Expectations
The George Lucas-produced war movie
is now on DVD and is much better than you would expect.
The 23 Movies to Watch this Summer
officially kicks off the summer movie season this Friday. Here are 21 other movies to watch this summer.
War Horse Blu-Ray A Reminder of What’s Missing
is now on DVD/Blu-ray, which reminds me just how much the movie comes so close to being great, but misses the mark.
Hell and Back Again: Does It Deserve an Oscar?
The Oscar-nominated documentary Hell and Back Again, now on DVD, is an intimate portrait of one American soldier's attempt to transition back to regular life.
War Horse Movie Review
It's December, it's Steven Spielberg, it's Oscar time. It's also the second of two Spielberg-directed movies to hit theaters since Wednesday.
5 Days of War Movie Review & Giveaway
Renny Harlin is at it again. You know, trying to trick audiences into thinking he's still relevant. Case in point: his new movie
5 Days of War
, now out on DVD.
Is Jackie Chan’s 100th Movie Any Good?
Jackie Chan's 100th movie - the Chinese war epic
- is now in select theaters, but is his centennial worth the fireworks?
Steven Spielberg’s War Horse Trailer is Boring
The first trailer for Steven Spielberg's
is now online. The movie is nearly assured many Oscar nominations, so why does it look so boring?
Platoon Blu-Ray Review
Platoon comes to Blu-Ray for the first time, which means you can see a very winning Charlie Sheen in high definition action. Buy this now.
Kathryn Bigelow to Show Osama Bin Laden’s Death
Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal are praising the Gods right now as they were already working on a movie about the special military unit that just killed Osama bin Laden.
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Don’t Kill John Wick’s Dog (A Movie Review)
Review: Michael Keaton Takes Flight in ‘Birdman’
Review: Radcliffe Sheds Potter Scar, Grows ‘Horns’
Review: ‘Fury’ Is No ‘Private Ryan,’ But That’s OK