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The Theory Of Everything Covers Everything About Stephen Hawking Without Giving Us An Insight Into The Man - A Review

Unremarkable biopic about a remarkable man There’s a moment towards the end of The Theory of Everything that gives you an insight into the world of Stephen Hawking. Hawking (Eddy Redmayne) and his first wife Jane (Felicity Jones) are at Buck »»

DVD Review: Duck Dynasty: Duck the Halls

If you are a DD fan, you'll be in hog heaven. »»

Monday Morning Critic - Interstellar Spoilers - Joe Carnahan's Stretch ... Or How A Dark Comedy Can Illuminate Why Patrick Wilson Is Really The Bizarro Philip Seymour Hoffman

This week I was going to write on Interstellar some more, which I liked but didn’t love, but I didn’t have anything new to say on it. »»

Blu-ray Review: America: Imagine the World Without Her

America is an interesting work, and convincing if you’re in the congregation being preached to, but it’s as much political farce as Fahrenheit 9/11 is. »»

DVD Review: Night Moves

What Reichardt does well is build up to the inevitable that happens when someone promises "no one will get hurt" when promising to commit a heinous act. »»

DVD Review: Elementary (Season 2)

The sheer absurd greatness that is Sherlock points out how awful this show is by comparison. »»

Blu-ray Review: Neighbors

The best gags may be in the trailer, but Neighbors really nails the aging youth and youth dynamic between a couple in their 30s and college kids in their early 20s. »»

DVD Review: Criminal Minds (Season 9)

Criminal Minds explores the world of the FBI’s Behavior Analysis Unit and might be the best representative of the ever changing nature of the police procedural show on modern network television. »»

DVD Review: The Millers (Season 1)

The problem is that this is a CBS show, which follows a predictable format on a regular basis. »»

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