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I don’t think I’ve ever heard people cheer during a documentary before.
A tiny bit more than just “Wes Anderson’s THE FAULT IN OUR STARS (Parody) [HD]”
If you like seeing guys get paddled to the face, this is the movie for you.
A simple, straightforward kids movie made special by virtue of its casting.
Kristian Levring's western wears its references quietly.
Barbara Crampton moves into a house with dark secrets in the throwback possession pic from Ted Geoghegan.
VyceVictus reviews Sean Penn's take on TAKEN.
Sally Field wins the world's heart in Michael Showalter's adorable and hilarious new comedy.
Director Todd Strauss-Schulson offers a loving twist on the slasher.
“It’s the American dream, then it’s the American nightmare.”
Root for Wall Street in the planetarily broad new comedy starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart.
Amy Schumer is not ready to commit to you, no matter how much you love her.
Burt hangs with some friends. A lot of them.
Melissa McCarthy finally gets the role she deserves, and she doesn't squander it. (Not for nothing: this is also true of Jason Statham.)
This is the movie you want.
Liam Neeson sure knows how to kill folks.
Too much stroking, not enough acing.
You know the story, but you didn’t know it could be this great.
Whatever they may be.
A sci-fi horror film with zero logic but plenty of panache.
Olivia Wilde’s excellent performance doesn’t stand a chance in this pedestrian horror dud.
A conventional film with unconventional characters.
Well, more like 100 minutes, but who’s counting?
Because it’s a goddamn wild card, you know?
This goes down pretty much as expected.
You've seen this done before, but you've never seen it done so poorly.
Michael Mann authority Jacob Q. Knight on the director's latest endeavor.
We won't truly understand this film until we examine it from every angle.
Bryan Mills sucks.
Scott wasted 90 perfectly good minutes so you wouldn't have to.
Not awful but a disappointment all the same.
VyceVictus loved Talya Lavie's unlikely army comedy.
Like a pair of socks for Christmas.
It is over. Thank goodness.
You will never look at Cedric the Entertainer the same way again.
The first science fiction film festival in Austin delivers a winner right off the bat.
A child's boogeyman is at the center of this horror film for grown-ups.
The giant robot spider movie to end all giant robot spider movies.
A bad movie eight years in the making.
“The only way is to blow them up and hope the pieces don’t keep fighting.”
1999 is heralded as a banner year of cinema, but our greatest living director's entry is often left out.
Huey Lewis warned us about the power of love.
So much butt.
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Lou Bloom.
Eh, it's not so bad. At least it has Deep Roy!
Evan finally got a good one!
John Cusack and Thomas Jane give it their all and save a bad movie in the process.
Brian already can't remember this movie.
The new film from the makers of YOU’RE NEXT goes wider today, and it’s the must-see movie of the season.
The serious family drama from the director of WEDDING CRASHERS is exactly what that sounds like.
Phil looks under the mask of the oft-maligned fourth entry, released - somewhere, according to the internet - on this date in 1994.
Brian thinks a revival is in order.
Evan has no idea what he’s getting into.
But Nacho Vigalondo's segment makes it worth checking out.
The creators of NEW KIDS TURBO have made their most mature film yet, but don’t worry - it’s still really immature.
Canadians make fun of Italians in this horror spoof.
Furries should be in absolute Heaven, though.
New Zealand’s latest horror-comedy lives up to national horror-comedy standards.
It’s just as great as you’ve heard.
David Ehrlich loved Fincher's newest film, from the novel by Gillian Flynn.
The director of HARDWARE and DUST DEVIL got kicked off his own film, and Marlon Brando drove it into the ground
Rough, harrowing - you're going to need therapy after this treatment.
"You should take your whole family to see it,” says the insane director of this incest-laden Korean film.
A really grim and sexy feel-bad movie, just the way Britt likes it.
Another weird masterpiece from Sion Sono.
This is not a nice movie. But it’s a good one!
“I’ve seen a thousand zombie movies, and this isn’t in any of them!”
The latest horror reboot has a clever gimmick. Is that enough?
Daniel Radcliffe goes all the way in a movie that does not.
Turns out, Val Kilmer's a giant dick.
Or pets, if you don’t have youngsters, you monster.
A truly strange and interesting horror film from Latvia.
A vampire who must dance to stay alive must finally face the music.
Waaaaaay better than THE HANGOVER.
Brian loves this follow up from the team that brought you RESOLUTION.
They should have called it SNOOZEVILLE.
Ushering in a new era of mom-horror.
You MUST see this movie.
This one’s a shocker!
This French dystopian satire is the feel-good movie of the year.
A steamy thriller that delivers more steam than thrills.
For a French film about lucid dreams, this flick is not nearly abstract enough.
This movie is fucking awesome.
If that sounds good, it’s good. If not, it’s not.
Witness the incredible story of the world’s most offensive theme park, told boringly.
A family unit disintegrates in the French Alps, and it’s funnier than you’d think.
Welcome to the wonderful world of slime molds!
Evan kind of liked this really awful movie.
Indie bio-horror goes way back for inspiration.
A small horror film that knows how to do minimalism.
Fish gotta be a fish. Denzel gotta walk away from explosions.
An old story gets some new moves.
Andrew saw a brony movie at midnight with a bunch of bronies. It was for an article!
How bad does a sequel have to be to make the original look like a masterpiece?
For a movie that's so by-the-book, it remains curiously unmoving.
Duplass and Patrick Brice take the found-footage conceit to some seriously uncomfortable places.
You won't regret it.
Eli Roth's cannibal holocaust starts slow, then gets CRAZY.