Activision injects some much-needed fun into their cash cow's bones, but its brain is still paranoid and its heart still cold.
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1999 is heralded as a banner year of cinema, but our greatest living director's entry is often left out.
Steve Carell takes a run at Oscar gold in a funny nose.
Not very violent at all and taking place over thirty days, A MOST VIOLENT YEAR is 2014's most mistitled movie.
Jealousy gets the best of Elsa in a real drag of an episode.
Sam and Dean have made it through ten years and 200 episodes, and the series celebrates with its most fan servicing episode yet.
Bette Sans Souci swings by Central City and Iris meets "The Streak" in last night's episode of the fun DC series.
Our own veteran speaks up on Veterans Day.
The penultimate chapter in Katniss Everdeen's story gets really, really dark.
Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League on why you should see Alejandro González Iñárritu's BIRDMAN.
A biopic that gets sucked into the black hole of Oscar obviousness.
Huey Lewis warned us about the power of love.
Andrew picks five independent games to watch, and only one of them is about a cute animal.
So much butt.