CHiPs Review: A Fun Ride Full of Nudity, Violence and Big Laughs
CHiPs Review: A Fun Ride Full of Nudity, Violence and Big Laughs
Dax Shepard and Michael Pena bring the stale buddy cop genre back to life in the hilarious action-comedy CHiPs.
Power Rangers Review: Teen Angst with a Superhero Twist
Power Rangers Review: Teen Angst with a Superhero Twist
Fans of the original Power Rangers will find the new movie both exciting and appropriately goofy.
Life Review: It's Alien Meets Gravity
Life Review: It's Alien Meets Gravity
Director Daniel Espinosa's sci-fi thriller Life serves as a heavy yet entertaining tribute to Alien.
The Big Sick SXSW Review: A Romantic Comedy That Defies the Genre
The Big Sick SXSW Review: A Romantic Comedy That Defies the Genre
Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon tell their real life true story in this deep, touching and absolutely hilarious comedy that could be an awards season contender.
Bill Nye: Science Guy SXSW Review: The Truth Behind The Legend
Bill Nye: Science Guy SXSW Review: The Truth Behind The Legend
Bill Nye: Science Guy is an enlightening and heartfelt documentary gives some amazing insight into the pop culture icon.
Free Fire SXSW Review: The Most Fun You'll Have at a Gunfight
Free Fire SXSW Review: The Most Fun You'll Have at a Gunfight
Free Fire takes a bunch of good-looking people, drops them in a room with guns and turns up the violent fun.
Becoming Bond SXSW Review: Essential Viewing for 007 Fans
Becoming Bond SXSW Review: Essential Viewing for 007 Fans
Director Josh Greenbaum's documentary Becoming Bond brings us the insane true story of how George Lazenby landed the role of 007.
T2 Trainspotting Review: The Cult Classic Gets a Brilliant Sequel
T2 Trainspotting Review: The Cult Classic Gets a Brilliant Sequel
Danny Boyle recaptures lightning in a bottle with Trainspotting 2, which proves to be a wild ride from start to finish.
Flesh and Blood SXSW Review: A Shocking Look at One Man's Fractured Family
Flesh and Blood SXSW Review: A Shocking Look at One Man's Fractured Family
Director Marc Webber uses his real life experience and family to craft something incredibly impactful in Flesh and Blood.
Baby Driver SXSW Review: Action-Packed, Thrilling & Totally Unique
Baby Driver SXSW Review: Action-Packed, Thrilling & Totally Unique
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver delivers big action, laughs and may be his most complete movie yet.
SXSW Alien Covenant Footage Review: Ridley Scott Returns to Horror
SXSW Alien Covenant Footage Review: Ridley Scott Returns to Horror
Director Ridley Scott screens scenes from Alien: Covenant at SXSW, explaining how this is a true prequel to the original Alien.
Skull Island Review: Kong Delivers Insane Monster Movie Madness
Skull Island Review: Kong Delivers Insane Monster Movie Madness
Kong: Skull Island has a simplistic plot, but the intense monster action makes it a must see.
Beauty and the Beast Review: A Lavish Yet Unsurprising Spectacle
Beauty and the Beast Review: A Lavish Yet Unsurprising Spectacle
Fans of the classic cartoon will be very happy with this update. Beauty and the Beast is well made, but plays out exactly as expected.
Table 19 Review: A Sweet and Quirky Comedy About Total Freaks
Table 19 Review: A Sweet and Quirky Comedy About Total Freaks
Strange loners find friendship at a rather memorable wedding in Table 19.
Get Out Review: The First True Horror Classic of 2017
Get Out Review: The First True Horror Classic of 2017
Get Out is scary, laugh out loud funny, and an inspired satire of interracial relationships.
Logan Review #2: Hugh Jackman Delivers One Heck of a Goodbye
Logan Review #2: Hugh Jackman Delivers One Heck of a Goodbye
Hugh Jackman hangs up his claws as Wolverine, with Logan serving as the perfect swan song.
Logan Review: An Extremely Satisfying End for Wolverine
Logan Review: An Extremely Satisfying End for Wolverine
Logan is the anti-Deadpool, and plays out as the darkest movie in the entire X-Men franchise.
The Great Wall Review: A Swift, Funny Monster Movie
The Great Wall Review: A Swift, Funny Monster Movie
The Great Wall proves to be very entertaining and much more humorous than expected.
Fifty Shades Darker Review: Erotica That Turns Laughably Bad
Fifty Shades Darker Review: Erotica That Turns Laughably Bad
Though not a comedy, Fifty Shades Darker plays out in comical fashion with truly terrible dialogue.
A Cure for Wellness Review: An Insane and Unhinged Thriller
A Cure for Wellness Review: An Insane and Unhinged Thriller
Director Gore Verbinski returns to the horror genre for the crazy new thriller A Cure For Wellness.
John Wick Chapter 2 Review: Everything You Want and More
John Wick Chapter 2 Review: Everything You Want and More
Director Chad Stahelski and Keanu Reeves are back for John Wick: Chapter 2, the rare sequel that doesn't skip a beat and matches its predecessor.
LEGO Batman Movie Review: Superheroes Have Never Been This Funny
LEGO Batman Movie Review: Superheroes Have Never Been This Funny
The LEGO Batman Movie turns the vigilante persona of Bruce Wayne upside down in a very funny superhero movie for the whole family.
Space Between Us Review: A Forgettable Martian Meets Girl Tale
Space Between Us Review: A Forgettable Martian Meets Girl Tale
The long delayed youth sci-fi romance The Space Between Us has an interesting premise, but needs a better script and tighter direction.
Gold Review: McConaughey's Latest Is No Treasure
Gold Review: McConaughey's Latest Is No Treasure
Gold comes off as a vanity project for Matthew McConaughey and arrives as pure Oscar fodder.
Justice League Dark Review: Bloody, Violent & Confusing
Justice League Dark Review: Bloody, Violent & Confusing
Justice League Dark is markedly violent and truly dwells in the mystical realm, but is burdened by an overly intricate plot.

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