Spy Overexposes Melissa McCarthy's Comedy Stylings ... Again - A Review

McCarthy falls down again. This time she's a spy. »»

Blu-ray Review: This is Where I Leave You

Not a straight-up comedy or drama, This is Where I Leave You is worth seeing...eventually. »»

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. »»

Neighbors - Review

Strong laughs and Rose Byrne highlight this comedy. »»

Zac Efron & His Fraternity vs. Seth Rogen Family Man In Neighbors Restricted Trailer

Universal gives us a glimpse of its restricted comedy, Neighbors, arriving May 2014. »»

I Give It a Year - Review

A deconstructive romantic comedy that’s not very constructive. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Place Beyond the Pines

The Place Beyond the Pines is the type of film that actors love to sink their teeth into, as it’s filled with some great tragic characters that have a story to tell. »»

Bridesmaids - Review

Girls just want to have raunchy fun. »»

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 »»

Insidious - Review

The dynamic duo who brought Saw into the world see if they can bring the screams, without the blood. »»

SXSW '11 - Insidious - Review

Blood and guts don't bring the scares, this PG-13 horror does. »»

SXSW '11: Bridesmaids - Review

Kristen Wiig's charm comes close to saving overlong comedy »»

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. »»

More X-Men: First Class Casting News - Oliver Platt is a Man in Black

No he will not be playing Johnny Cash or a boy named Sue. »»

Rose Bryne Cast as Love Interest in X-Men: First Class

Matthew Vaughn gets Aldous Snow's ex (in Get Him to the Greek) to play an expert on genetic mutation. »»

Adam - DVD Review

Just how (500) Days of Summer was “not a love story”, Adam is less a romantic film than a film about the daily struggles of a person with Asperger’s. »»

The signs point to Knowing's DVD release

Knowing, Nicolas Cage's surprise hit of the Spring is getting a DVD and Blu-ray release this summer. »»

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