Mud - Review

Matthew McConaughey’s string of brilliance continues in Jeff Nichols’ Mark Twain-inspired tale. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: This Means War [Video]

CIA operatives FDR and Tuck are best friends and partners. But their bond is put to the test when they both fall for Lauren. The two turn their deadly skills against each other in an all-out battle for her love. Starring Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine »»

This Means War - Review

A waste of talent, intelligence and time. »»

Nine Minute This Means War Trailer Debuts Online

In the tradition of David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trailer which was of considerable length, This Means War has released a nine minute trailer about the film which you can view below. Plot Summary: This Means War follows the worl »»

First Clip From This Means War With Chris Pine, Tom Hardy and Reese Witherspoon

Yahoo! has gotten their hands on the first clip from This Means War, which you can view below. Plot Summary: Two of the world's deadliest CIA operatives are inseparable partners and best friends – until they discover that they've fallen in love »»

Hot Trailer: This Means War With Chris Pine, Tom Hardy, Reese Witherspoon

Captain Kirk takes on Bane for the love of June Carter »»

BOX OFFICE: Rio Holds Strong, Madea's Big Happy Family Settles For Second

The Blu Sky/Fox release has the strongest second-weekend numbers for films opening above $30 million this year. »»

Water for Elephants - Review

Strong story, mediocre chemistry. »»

Disc Deals and Steals: Let Me In at $14 (DVD), Best Buy Exclusives and More

Plus the humble beginnings of actors Sean Penn, Chloe Moretz and Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire. »»

How Do You Know - Review

A strong cast and solid premise are weakened by a final product in need of fine tuning. »»

Inception Star Tom Hardy Joins Batman 3 Cast

Who the actor will play remains a riddle. »»

Ryan Phillippe is Tired of Being Blamed

That damn sexist media. »»

Four Christmases - DVD Review

Four Christmases is a decent Christmas comedy, but only as a rental. »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Counting Down the Hits

Instead of leaving a child's mathematical education in the hands of a Sesame Street character who sucks blood and has a nervous giggle, here are a few movies that can offer tomorrow’s leaders the perfect introduction into the magical world of numbers. »»

Blu-Ray Announcements: Walk the Line, To Live and Die in L.A., and The Last King of Scotland

20th Century Fox bringing a trio of catalog titles to Blu-ray in February 2010. »»

Paramount Announces Monsters vs. Aliens for DVD and BD

DreamWorks' big animated hit of the Spring to include an all new animated 3-D short "B.O.B.’S BIG BREAK" among other features. »»

Nicholson to reteam with James L. Brooks?

Jack Nicholson is closing in on a deal to reteam with James L. Brooks on the writer/director's still untitled romantic comedy at Columbia Pictures. »»

Legally Blondes - DVD Review

You know the episode of South Park when Mrs. Garrison decides she wants to be a man again so he gets a penis grown on a mouse, only the mouse escapes and runs around town so he has to chase the mouse through town. One of his first stops is at the playground where he runs into Butters and he tells Butters to be on the lookout for his penis running around. Butters responds to this with "Ow, that hurt my brains, OWWW". Well after watching this movie, all I have to say is ow that hurt my brains OWW. »»

Alexander Payne is looking to 'Downsize'

It's been five years since Sideways, but now it looks like writer-director Alexander Payne is putting the finishing touches on next screenplay, a social satire about miniature people entitled Downsizing. Already, he's put together a pretty impressive cast. »»

First Look: Monsters vs. Aliens trailer

Those who grew up watching creature features like Attack of the 50-Foot Woman and The Blob are sure to get a kick out of the new DreamWorks Animation movie Monsters vs. Aliens. Popcorn Junkies has got an early look at the trailer that will be attached to prints of Madagascar 2, which arrives Friday, November 7, 2008. »»

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? »»

Penelope - DVD Review

The story of Penelope is a finely crafted, old-fashioned fairy tale with a modern edge. It has all of the elements of an old-fashioned fairy tale: a witch, a curse, a love story, but with a modern twist: this time the woman is the Beast and the man is the Beauty. A man is a very visual creature. Getting over the appearance of a woman he has just met, having to see past her looks in order to fall in love with her, is no easy task. »»

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Okay Hollywood, we get it. You have opinions on stuff. Just because you have opinions on everything doesn't mean it has to be made into a big budget film. I almost hate to say it, but this movie would almost be better off with Michael Moore behind the camera doing one of his inane documentaries. This movie is your general Crash style movie, with 4 separate storylines all tying in to one another making a neat little circle that is supposed to make us say "Oh wow, that was cool how all the storylines tied into each other maybe life is all interconnected." And the general public probably said the first 500 times that type of movie was made. But when you take that kind of movie and throw in a dash of Basic you're just begging for trouble. »»

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