Steven Soderbergh’s startling portrait of a world ravaged by a super-virus is a smart, scary thrill ride.
The fall movie season is officially underway with Contagion, Warrior and Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star.
Celebrate the Fourth of July by setting off some cinematic fireworks with these movies that give a hearty salute the Red, White and Blue.
Welcome to Summer 2011! Join us as we celebrate the time of the season with a look back at some of Hollywood’s biggest summer movies, all available on Netflix Instant.
What do you get when you take The Matrix, Bulworth, and It’s a Wonderful Life and throw them in a blender? George Nolfi’s directorial debut, The Adjustment Bureau.
Being released this week, we have a sci-fi rom-com (is that really a term?) starring Matt Damon, a coming of age comedy with Toper Grace and a shockingly violent Korean thriller. So what should you watch this weekend?
A few weeks ago I ranted about the movie studios releasing tons of movies on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, as if people can’t wait to leave their homes and see a flick. On second thought, I can actually understand families going to the theater on Christmas.
Matt Damon, a haunted hotel, the threat of nuclear war, lusty Roman battles and Chris Kattan getting eaten by a shark are some of the delights you’ll find in the new releases on Netflix Instant this week.
This week’s new DVDs include Matt Damon in Iraq in Green Zone, Jay Baruchel in love in She’s Out Of My League, and Robert Pattinson dying in the World Trade Center in Remember Me. Hey, spoilers!