• First Look: Jurassic World Teases A New Dinosaur In Trailer

    The park opens again on June 12, 2015.

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  • Monday Morning Critic - Is Pitch Perfect Another Generation's Franchise Level Footloose? A look at Anna Kendrick and the Pitch Perfect 2 Trailer

    Is "Pitch Perfect" the spiritual successor to films that are lovable and fun?

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  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I Is A Movie Without An Ending Or Cliffhanger - A Review

    Just another brick in the wall.

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  • Blu-ray Review: 22 Jump Street

    [22 Jump Street is] so funny that it should come with a warning that you may laugh your dick off.

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    Video Debut: The Night Before, a Short Film by Inside Pulse Staffer Mike Noyes

    Noyes' debuts a short film »»

    First Look: Jurassic World Teases A New Dinosaur In Trailer

    The park opens again on June 12, 2015. »»

    Monday Morning Critic - Is Pitch Perfect Another Generation's Franchise Level Footloose? A look at Anna Kendrick and the Pitch Perfect 2 Trailer

    Is "Pitch Perfect" the spiritual successor to films that are lovable and fun? »»

    The Theory Of Everything Covers Everything About Stephen Hawking Without Giving Us An Insight Into The Man - A Review

    Unremarkable biopic about a remarkable man There’s a moment towards the end of The Theory of Everything that gives you an insight into the world of Stephen Hawking. Hawking (Eddy Redmayne) and his first wife Jane (Felicity Jones) are at Buck »»

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I Is A Movie Without An Ending Or Cliffhanger - A Review

    Just another brick in the wall. »»

    Blu-ray Review: 22 Jump Street

    [22 Jump Street is] so funny that it should come with a warning that you may laugh your dick off. »»

    First Look: Pitch Perfect 2 Teaser Trailer Unveiled

    The trailer for the sequel to Pitch Perfect, the hit 2012 musical film, dropped yesterday and the best part is that just about everyone is back. »»

    A Hunger Games Without A Game The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 Review

    A complete change in narrative... »»

    Box Office: Stupidity Wins Out As Dumb & Dumber To Narrowly Takes #1 With $38 Million

    Plus, Oscar hopeful Foxcatcher opens in limited release with a monster per-screen average. »»

    Blu-ray Review: Let's Be Cops

    An '80s buddy comedy throwback. »»

    Blu-ray Review: The Doctor and the Devils

    Mel Brooks knows that timing is everything in comedy. The same can be true about being able to properly exploit a movie. Brooks had scored an art house success when he produced The Elephant Man with director David Lynch. The film did amazingly well a »»

    Blu-ray Review: UHF & The Compleat Al

    Do you think Weird Al Yankovic's mom would have thought that 25 years later, her son would still be cranking out the hits? Weird Al's career has outlasted a majority of the people he spoofed. He's outlived Michael Jackson. Now two of his biggest earl »»

    Guardians Of The Galaxy Blu-ray Trailer With Quotes From Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson and Andy Richter

    One of these three comedians think Rocket is hot. »»

    Blu-ray Review: Raw Force

    Directors always brag about doing more with less as part of the enticement to make an indie film away from the studio system. There is a creative element that must come into play when you can't merely throw money to make things happen on the screen. »»

    Blu-ray Review: Kingpin

    Kingpin is still funny 18 years after its release, just don't expect gut-busting laughs. »»

    Disney explores the deep emotion of loss with Big Hero 6 - A Review

    A superhero film with a lot of heart. »»

    Box Office: Kids Have Final Say As Big Hero 6 Bests Christopher Nolan's Interstellar

    A pair of $50 million openings helps boost a sagging box office. »»

    Monday Morning Critic - Interstellar Spoilers - Joe Carnahan's Stretch ... Or How A Dark Comedy Can Illuminate Why Patrick Wilson Is Really The Bizarro Philip Seymour Hoffman

    This week I was going to write on Interstellar some more, which I liked but didn’t love, but I didn’t have anything new to say on it. »»

    Monday Morning Critic - Why The Unhinged Ambition Of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar Might Be The Best Thing For Film Goers ... And Why He's The Director George Lucas Should've Been

    Christopher Nolan's ability to continually push himself is extraordinary. Plus "Snowpiercer" on DVD »»

    Box Office: Nightcrawler Narrowly Takes The Weekend With $10.9 Million

    Nightcrawler wins and Guardians of the Galaxy hits a new milestone to add to its box office legacy. »»

    Jake Gyllenhaal, A Night-owl Scavenger With A Camera In Nightcrawler: A Review

    Is Jake Gyllenhaal's latest character this generation's Travis Bickle? »»

    Furious 7 Trailer Arrives And It Is Awesome

    Who's ready to get furious? »»

    Blu-ray Review: America: Imagine the World Without Her

    America is an interesting work, and convincing if you’re in the congregation being preached to, but it’s as much political farce as Fahrenheit 9/11 is. »»

    Marvel Studios Delivers Pipe Bomb Announcement Regarding Phase Three Line-Up

    The first two phases of Marvel's Cinema Universe consisted of six movies apiece. Phase Three will have nine! »»

    Blu-ray Review: The Vincent Price Collection II

    Vincent Price may be called the Prince of Horror, but he's really a king. The actor became a major fright figure in the 1950s and proceeded to give scary performances until his final appearance in Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands. Why was he only giv »»

    Monday Morning Critic - Reflections Upon The 10th Anniversary Of Saw And The Nature of Horror Movies in the Past Decade

    Has it been 10 years since "Saw" came out? »»

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