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Story undercuts action in Michael Mann's cyber-thriller. »»

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Report: Viola Davis Cast As Amanda Waller In Suicide Squad

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Ender's Game - Review

Far from child’s play, yet a game missing some instructions. »»

Prisoners - Review

A mystery-thriller where the end justifies the means. »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: Beautiful Creatures [Video]

Watch us on National Public Television - check your local listing for showtimes! Ethan meets Lena, the girl he believes is part of his recurring dream. Lena possesses supernatural powers but is threatened by an ancient family curse. Ethan must help L »»

Just Seen It Movie Review: Won't Back Down [Video]

Teresa, Leah and Sean have some differing opinions on their review of this inner city drama about school reform. Starring Teresa Lo, Sean Wright and Leah Aldridge. Directed by Amy Taylor. Edited by Stephen Krystek. Produced by David Freedman(@ShowRun »»

Must See: Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer Discuss The Help on PBS [Video]

A great video piece with Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer discussing their roles in The Help with PBS has been released; it's well worth the view. Watch Actresses Viola Davis & Octavia Spencer on PBS. See more from Tavis Smiley. »»

Oscar Nomination Fallout: A Few Surprises, Omissions, Plus Hugo & The Artist's Domination

It wouldn't be Oscar nominations without choices where you have to go "huh?" »»

The Help - Review (2)

The truth shall set you free. »»

The Help - Review

The film is marred by dueling stories that are separate, unequal »»

UK Trailer For The Help Arrives

Another trailer for '60s era film debuts »»

Trailer for The Help arrives

Pre-Civil Rights era film gets trailer »»

Madea Goes to Jail - Blu-ray Review

There are worse punishments than having to serve time with Madea. It’s hard to consider what those punishments might be, but they surely exist. »»

It's Kind of a Funny Story - Review

Zach Galifinakis elevates otherwise subpar material »»

Miramax announces an April release for Doubt

Coming up short at this year's Oscars - going 0 for 5 - Doubt nonetheless is still held in high regard. While it may have not had a huge theatrical release or box-office earnings, those that missed it won't have to wait very long. Miramax will bring the John Patrick Shanley drama to DVD and Blu-ray on April 7, 2009. »»

Doubt - Review

Strong performances dominate this Tony Award-winning adaptation »»

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