Movie Reviews
Hugh Jackman’s Prisoners: The Only Review You Need To Read

Prisoners stars Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal and will open tomorrow nationwide. This is the only review you need to read.

The Top 10 Sex Scenes of All Time

‘G.I. Joe Retaliation’ the Only Review You Need to Read

‘The ABC’s of Death’ Review: A Few Letters Short of an Alphabet

Epic Review of ‘Les Misérables’ Includes Gladiator Fighting Wolverine

‘Jack Reacher’ Review: Tom Cruise “Reaches” A New Low

For those who like their action as thin as a silk screen.

‘Miami Connection’ Review: Is This Film So Bad, It’s Good?

‘Cloud Atlas’ Review: The Ties That Bind

‘Seven Psychopaths’ Review: Like Nothing You’ve Seen Before

‘Sinister’ Review: Did Derrickson Deliver Another Horror Classic?

‘The Expendables 2′ Movie Review; Stallone and Co. Bring the Firepower

The action, the humor, the drama; Stallone and co. are right at the top of the list of the best action films this year with The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises.

Piranha 3DD Review

Marvel’s The Avengers Review

Best Of Netflix: The Avengers Pre-Game

The Raven Movie Reveiw

What’s New In Movies: The Raven, Safe, Bernie

Best Of Netflix: Epic Concerts

Marley

What’s New In Movies: Marley, Fightville, Think Like A Man

Best Of Netflix: Stand-Up Comedians Who Kill

There are laughs aplenty to be had on Netflix with these stand-up concert films featuring Louis C.K., Richard Pryor, George Carlin, Wanda Sykes and Zach Galifianakis.

The Cabin In The Woods

What’s New In Movies: The Cabin In The Woods, Detention, The Three Stooges

Best Of Netflix: Ill-Advised Affairs

The Hunter

What’s New In Movies: American Reunion, The Hunter, ATM

Invite yourself to an American Reunion, come to the rescue of collegiate Damsels in Distress, track the elusive with The Hunter and make a deadly withdrawal at the ATM.

Best Of Netflix: Funny TV for the 21st Century

Goon Movie Review

What’s New In Movies: Wrath of the Titans, Goon, Bully

Best Of Netflix: ’90s Animation

The Hunger Games Movie Review

Gary Ross’ entertaining but ultimately somewhat empty adaptation only skims the surface of Suzanne Collins’ passionate, ferocious and deeply disturbing novel.