Blu-ray Review: Mad Men (Season Five)

If you haven’t been won over by Mad Men yet, then this season most likely isn’t going to change your mind. »»

Blu-ray Review: Seeking Justice

Seeking Justice isn't trying to be one of the great thrillers, it’s just trying to be a fun one. But even there, it’s struggling. »»

DVD Review: Seeking Justice

The solid performances of Nicolas Cage and Guy Pearce make this a gamble worth taking. »»

Just Seen It TV Review: Mad Men Retrospective [Video]

As Mad Men starts its fifth season, David and Leah look back at the cultural impact of the show and what can be expected in the new season. Mad Men follows the world of marketing in New York City in the early to mid-1960s and the people who sell thos »»

January Has September Baby

This Tuesday, Mad Men actress January Jones gave birth to a healthy baby boy, naming him Xander Danes Jones. A rep shares "She's really looking forward to this new chapter in her life as a single mom,". Coincidence his name starts with an X? No word »»

Blu-ray Review: X-Men: First Class

The comic fan in me kind of hates X-Men: First Class, but the movie fan in me really enjoyed it. »»

X-Men: First Class - Review

Superhero franchise turns back the clock, rises to new heights »»

X-Men: First Class Gets New Trailer

Another trailer for one of Marvel's summer tentpoles »»

New International Trailer for X-Men: First Class

New international trailer for one of Marvel's summer blockbusters »»

Unknown - Review

Is Liam Neeson’s latest worth seeing? That answer will remain unknown unless you check inside. »»

More X-Men: First Class Photos Offer Clearer Look At Film's Period Tone

Three new pictures accompany news that Bryan Singer would eventually like to direct another X-Men film. »»

Mad Men's January Jones Joins X-Men: First Class

Lenny Kravitz's daughter also cast in the film. »»

Mad Men: The Complete First Season - DVD Review

Much like the "Wild West" or the "Roaring Twenties," there's an extreme amount of nostalgia associated with a period of American History that took place at the end of the 1950s and into the '60s. Films like Back to the Future and American Graffiti almost seem to portray the period as some sort of utopia, when the country was prospering and had its bright future ahead of it. It's because of this perceived look at the era that a series like Mad Men packs such a wallop of cold reality. With its gorgeous visuals of tailor made suits and skyscraper offices, the look the show is like a postcard of the age, but digging deep within its flawed characters shows a world rampant with misogyny and bigotry of many forms, giving us a brilliant look at that time period, as well as a distorted mirror into our own. »»

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