Just Seen It Movie Review: Parental Guidance [Video]

Over-protective parents Marty and Alice must leave town for work. So they ask Alice's Mom and Dad to watch the kids for a few days. But Diane and Artie find lots has changed since they were calling the shots in Parental Guidance. Starring Billy »»

The Ides of March - Review

Politics as a scummy end-game »»

Crazy, Stupid, Love. - Review (2)

Not as crazy or stupid as the title implies. »»

Crazy, Stupid, Love - Review

Maybe the best comedy of 2011 »»

Looking For Integrity In Politics, Watch The Ides of March Trailer

What will likely be an early contender for Oscar consideration comes the first trailer to George Clooney's The Ides of March. »»

New Crazy, Stupid, Love. Trailer, TV Clip Debut Online

Second trailer, first scene, find way online »»

Blu-ray Review: The Lincoln Lawyer

The Lincoln Lawyer sets up a David vs. Goliath scenario that proves the courtroom drama is far from being a dead film genre. »»

The Lincoln Lawyer - Review

Matthew McConaughey can do more than take off his shirt, apparently »»

Cyrus - Blu-ray Review

Cyrus manages to work despite this because at its heart there’s a strong love story behind it. »»

Marisa Tomei Makes Debut as Director

She deserved that Oscar dammit. »»

Dallas IFF '10 - Cyrus Review

Better classified as dramedy, but with more dra than medy. »»

SXSW Film Announces Full Festival Line-up

As a film fan and as a Texan, there are few things I get more excited about on a yearly basis then the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival. While the SXSW's Music festival may get a lot more of the attention from the hipster crowd, it's SXSW's »»

The Wrestler - DVD Review

Rourke completely loses himself in Randy "The Ram" Robinson. You completely believe in who this character is even though he is thoroughly flawed you root for him in everything he does from wrestling matches to trying to patch things up with his estranged daughter. »»

Quadruple Feature Thriller Pack - DVD Review

Every now and then, studios get the idea that throwing together some films in a similar genre will be a bright idea and it really is. Getting a bundle of films for one low price sounds like an awesome way to save some cash and liven up a boring night when nothing is on the tube. But one has to wonder how they finally come up with which films are going to be included in each bundle. Surely there have to be a number of films that constitute the "thriller" title, and some have to be better then others. How on earth then do you wind up with films from 1991, 1992, 1996, and 2000? Random much? »»

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