360 Movie Trailer

The lives of people from different social backgrounds interweave together in this dramatic thriller starring Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law.

What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend?

This weekend: The return of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (shake your head at Jar Jar Binks in 3D), Denzel reprises the role of the baddie for Safe House, Woody Harrelson is the worst as one of LAPD’s finest in Rampart and try to remember your promise with The Vow.

Contraband Review

Mark Wahlberg makes this overly familiar smuggling thriller a lot more engaging than it would’ve been without him.

Rampart

LA, 1999. Dave Brown is a Rampart Precinct cop, dedicated to doing “dirty work” and asserting his own code of justice to maintain his action-hero state of mind. When he gets caught beating a suspect, he finds himself in a downward spiral as the consequences of his sins in light of a department-wide corruption scandal seal his fate.

The Mechanic Movie Review

I usually wait until the final paragraph before finally telling you whether the film I am reviewing is actually good or not. It’s pretty much the number one trick of the trade. This time, however, I can’t hold it back.

What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend?

So this past weekend enough people decided they couldn’t find anything better to do than watch No Strings Attached, so we had a new #1 at the box office. Folks, I wasn’t lying when I told you the movie was excruciating. I put myself through the pain of these screenings so you don’t have to.

Full Release: DVD/Blu-Ray

This week’s new DVD releases include South African soccer drama Invictus, creepy horror flick The New Daughter, rom-com Valentine’s Day and more.

Full Release: DVD / Blu-Ray

What’s new on what used to be called “home video?” If you were in the theater in, say, November, you already know. A bunch of this week’s releases didn’t do as well critically as I think they deserved to – let’s see if there’s any hidden gems…

Full Release: Movies

It’s the end of the world as we know it, and Roland Emmerich feels fine. In fact, he feels better than fine – the apocalyptic German director has been churning out movies about the end of the world since the beginning of the world, and this week sees the release of his biggest one yet…