• 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.

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

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

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

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

  • ‘Cloud Atlas’ Review: The Ties That Bind

    This year's most epic film is the best three hours you'll ever spend in a cinema.

  • ‘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

  • Piranha 3DD Review

  • Marvel’s The Avengers Review

    Childhood fantasies come to startling four-color life in this loud and lively battle cry for the 2012 summer movie season.

  • 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

  • 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

    Here are some cinematic arguments for taking cold shower and keeping it in your pants, available for immediate moral lecturing on Netflix.

  • The Hunter

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

  • Best Of Netflix: Funny TV for the 21st Century

  • Goon Movie Review

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

    This weekend: First they clashed, now feel the Wrath of the Titans, have a brawl and get pucky with Goon, take a stand with buzzy documentary Bully and keep the lights on with Intruders.

  • Best Of Netflix: ’90s Animation

  • The Hunger Games Movie Review

  • What’s New In Movies: The Hunger Games, 4:44 Last Day on Earth

  • Best Of Netflix: Blaxploitation Classics

  • 21 Jump Street Review

    Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make for an excellent on-screen odd couple in -- surprise! -- the year's first must-see comedy.