Blu-ray Review: Escape from Planet Earth

The sort of special awfulness that populates Escape From Planet Earth would never have been tolerated at Pixar. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: New Year's Eve [Video]

Director Gary Marshall returns with an ensemble cast celebrating New Year's Eve. Eight different stories in the Big Apple all mark the yearly calendar change in their own unique ways. But when the ball drops in Times Square, everyone finds time to ma »»

New Year's Eve - Review

Will make you hate the holiday even more than Valentine’s Day »»

New Year's Eve Trailer Makes Being Alone On New Year's Eve A Good Idea

Follow-up to Valentine's Day is the wrong kind of star power ensemble. »»

I Don't Know How She Does It Trailer Debtus

Sex and the City star headlines "wacky" comedy »»

Sex and the City 2 - Blu-ray Review

The second half of the film sees the girls go on a lavish vacation, which might have been necessary but not with all of the absurdity that overflows and drowns out everything else. »»

Mars Attacks! - Blu-ray Review

Mars Attacks! is an adaptation of a 1950s trading card series. And in my opinion, it is one of Burton's most underrated films. »»

Sex and the City 2 - Review

Check your testosterone at the door. »»

Did You Hear About the Morgans? - Review

Do you want to hear about the Morgans? »»

What's Playing 12/18/09

Not much opening up this week, but I did hear something small here and there about some huge special effects spectacular known as Avatar. »»

Sex and the City: The Movie (2-Disc Special Edition) - DVD Review

As Sex and the City left the airways in 2004 all the women were left with their own little h "happily ever after." Now, four years later, we are brought back into the lives of Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha and we get to find out what happens after. They're a little bit older, maybe a little wiser and three of them, at least, are still battling that eternal struggle for perfect love. Charlotte still has hers. »»

Smart People - DVD Review

How do you make a group of people who are borderline likable into characters we can root for? Cast good actors and let them have fun with the roles. That's the inherent power of Smart People, a film loaded with a stellar cast and a quirky plot. »»

Girls Just Want To Have Fun - DVD Review

Cheesy '80s fun and it's most dancingist. (Yes, I realize that's not a word but it sounds good so I'm running with it.) Perhaps not the best dance movie to come out of the eighties, but it makes for a fun 90 minutes. »»

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