Magic Mike XXL, Channing Tatum And The Kings Of Tampa Up For One Last Grind - A Review

Double XL sequel offers pelvic thrusts and frozen yogurt. »»

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McCarthy falls down again. This time she's a spy. »»

Two Hours Reveals All of Its Weaknesses - Doug Ellin's Entourage Reviewed

Even hardcore fans will shrug their shoulders at this »»

Mad Max: Fury Road's Fever Dream Of Vehicular Mayhem - A Review

The Road Warrior takes to the desert. »»

Age of Ultron Maintains High Standards Of MCU Films – A Review

More of the same from Joss Whedon and the Avengers team is fine by me. »»

Different Doesn't Necessarily Mean Great - Why Mad Max: Fury Road Is Not As Good As It's Been Hyped

Between Beyond Thunderdome and The Road Warrior lies "Fury Road" »»

Furious 7 Keeps the Successful Franchise on a Roll – A Review

Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson and the rest of the gang are joined by Jason Statham, Kurt Russell, Ronda Rousey, and more in the seventh installment of the wildly successful franchise. »»

Schwarzenegger vs. The Zombies in Indie-Drama Maggie - A Review

Arnold flexes acting muscle, nobody is impressed. »»

Vinterberg's Far From the Madding Crowd Remains Trapped in the Past - A Review

Strong performances and cinematography can't save this book report. »»

The Dead Lands Shows The Way Of The Warrior: A Review

A brutal , New Zealand made action/adventure. »»

Tribeca Film Festival 2015 Review- King Jack

King Jack, which just won the Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award for Narrative Features, harkens back to the early work of David Gordon Green and presents a scathing indictment against small town America and the kids who live there. »»

SFIFF - Theory of Obscurity: A film about The Residents: A Review

How to get to know the strangest/greatest band you’ve never heard of »»

Disney's Earth Day Tradition Continues with Monkey Kingdom- A Review

Disneynature Serves Up Stunning Visuals and Questionable Storytelling Monkey Kingdom is the sixth film from Disney’s Save the Planet (!) arm Disneynature, but shamefully it is my first foray into their universe. Luckily for me this one has an es »»

James Franco And Jonah Hill Go For Serious, Not Laughs With True Story: A Review

Strong performances dominate this true-crime drama. »»

Furious 7 Is Still A Human Cartoon, Albeit A Bittersweet One: A Review

One last ride that serves an elegiac tribute. »»

What We Do In The Shadows - Review

Imagine if Christopher Guest made mockumentary about Vampires. »»

Survivalist Horror Is Rarely More Terrifying Than In Backcountry- A Review

Camping in Canada is not what it used to be. »»

Ethan Hawke Would Like You To Meet His Mentor In Seymour: An Introduction- A Review

A famous pianist emerges after 35 years thanks to Ethan Hawke. »»

X/Y Feels the Pain of Young Love: A Review

An unblinking look at a crumbling relationship. »»

Cinderella Gets A Makeover But Remains Pure In Heart: A Review

The whimsical reworking of a Disney classic will have you going bibbidi-bobbidi-yay! »»

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