Blu-ray Review: Coriolanus

Despite Ralph Fiennes proficiency in front and behind the camera, some are likely to be turned off by the Shakespearean dialogue of Coriolanus. »»

The Campaign - Review

The Other Guys … of Politics »»

Blu-ray Review: Coriolanus

Coriolanus is a pleasant surprise of a film, given the source material, and a good first effort from its director. »»

Another Trailer For Shakespearean war thriller Coriolanus

Shakespearean war thriller gets another trailer »»

Rise of the Planet of the Apes - Review

James Franco gets acted off the screen by a chimp »»

Full trailer for Rise of the Planet of the Apes Unleashed!

20th Century Fox has released a new full trailer for the upcoming tentpole, and prequel of sorts, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. James Franco, Andy Serkis, Freida Pinto, and Brian Cox star in the film. Plot Summary: Rise of the Apes is an orig »»

R0BTRAIN's Badass Cinema: Marvel-ous Villainy

Too often the villains in Marvel properties just aren’t up to par with the rest of their movies, which can really leave a bad taste in your mouth. »»

Deal Alert: The Hannibal Lecter Blu-ray Collection is Amazon's DOTW

Better act fast, or Dr. Lecter will eat your liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. »»

Trailer Watch: Swords Clash And People Yell In Ironclad

Film explores the bloody time in England's history following the signing of the Magna Carta. »»

Red - Review

There’s no school like the old school. »»

The Good Heart – DVD Review

Quirky people doing predictably quirky things. »»

Full Theatrical Trailer for RED; Awesomeness Ensues

The film, about retired CIA agents, features an all-star cast including Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren and John Malkovich. »»

Rise of the Apes Loves (Brian) Cox

In Planet of the Apes prequel, Brian Cox would play the film's central villain »»

The Take - DVD Review

When all is said and done about Tom Hardy’s career, The Take will be an interesting viewing as introductory proof of his talent that Bronson would showcase. »»

Robert Saucedo's Best of the Aughts

Robert Saucedo's favorite films of the last decade. »»

John Malkovich Jumping Into Comic Book Roles

A paranoid Vulture? »»

The Bourne Trilogy - DVD Review

Jason Bourne had amnesia and wasn't quite sure who he was, what he was doing, or why the government was hot on his tail, but he was willing to do anything to figure it all out. What I can't figure out is why on earth they keep coming out with the exact same DVDs over and over again. I mean how many times do you want people to buy multiple DVDs that simply remaster the video and audio or add one extra special feature? Absolutely ridiculous to make even a small attempt to get people to buy the same film for a fourth or fifth time. Sad that I enjoy all three of these flicks so much or I'd just rip the ever-loving hell out of this entire collection. »»

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Before Wedding Crashers, before Drillbit Taylor, before his infamous breakdown, Owen Wilson made a few little indie films. One of those films was a quite small introspective film about a serial killer. It was called The Minus Man. Vann Siegert is not your typical serial killer. He doesn't create a bloody mess; he doesn't do anything sexually inappropriate with the bodies. He just gives them a little poison and they quietly go to sleep. And he's very reflective about the whole process. Vann narrates the film with his thoughts giving us a deeper insight as to the what's and why's of who he is and what he does. »»

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