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

    Quoth The Raven, feel Safe from harm with Jason Statham, celebrate The Five Year Engagement and meet nice-guy, murderer, Jack Black, Bernie.

  • 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

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

  • Goon Movie Review

    Seann William Scott delivers his most likable performance to date as a violence-prone hockey player in director Michael Dowse's gloriously profane sports comedy.

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

  • The Hunger Games Movie Review

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

  • 21 Jump Street Review

  • What’s New In Movies: 21 Jump Street, Casa di mi Padre, Jeff Who Lives At Home

    Get frisked by the 21 Jump Street reboot, habla espanol with Will Ferrell in Casa de mi Padre, get our of your mother's basement and embrace your destiny with Jeff, Who Lives at Home and Adrien Brody gets you educated in Detachment.

  • John Carter Review

  • What’s New In Movies: John Carter, Silent House, Seeking Justice

  • Attention Hunger Games Fans

  • Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie Review

  • Wanderlust Movie Reivew

  • Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengance Review

  • Safe House Movie Review

  • Haywire Review

  • Contraband Review

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

  • The Devil Inside Review

  • The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Review

  • Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Review

  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Review

  • Sleeping Beauty Movie Review

    An often naked Emily Browning wallows in passive debauchery in Julia Leigh's visually stunning but frustrating art flick.

  • The Muppets Movie Review

  • The Descendants Movie Review

  • Melancholia Review

  • A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas Movie Review

  • The Rum Diary Review

    The adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's early novel is a likable and spirited pre-gonzo romp but ultimately too watered-down to truly "take the bastards down."