FBI agents track a team of illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances and reward their audiences with the money in this star studded caper flick.
It’s a madcap mad-dash to the finish line in this fast, hard and extremely funny crime comedy starring Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari and Danny McBride.
Death, Crime and Racism: This weekend brings us the horrors of Final Destination 5, the raunchiness of 30 Seconds or Less and the would-be wit of The Help.
The story of Rio is more than enough to make up for the cheap 3D effects, and amazingly, propels this tale into anyone’s Best of list for 2011 (so far).
Your choices this weekend: a outdated slasher flick, a family movie about talking birds, or a historical snoozer. Maybe you’d like to watch some basketball?
We know that when you want a good, hearty zombie movie, you want it — nay, need it — now. Here are a few titles available on Netflix Instant that can immediately satisfy your zombie movie cravings whenever you get that aching hunger in your belly.
David Fincher’s The Social Network tells the tale of the early days of Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg. Did we Like it?
This week’s new movies include a double-shot of horror with Case 39 and Let Me In, as well as The Social Network.
This week produces a promising bounty for our DVD and Blu-Ray players.
The Living Wake is a quirky new comedy about a very weird dude’s last day on Earth. How does it stack up?
This week’s new flicks include MacGruber blowing up wide, Shrek’s last adventure and more.
It’s time to take some movies home – can you imagine? Even fifty years ago, the concept of taking a motion picture to your domicile and watching it in privacy…
It’s not so often that I’m psyched enough about a movie to, you know, read about it on the Internet. Usually I just watch a trailer, get semi-frothed, and go see it. But man, am I alone in thinking that Zombieland might just be what the world needs to get us out of the Goddamned horror remake slump?…