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Lawless

Lawless

Director John Hillcoat (The Proposition, The Road) takes the slow burn approach with Lawless. This depression era drama takes place in Franklin County, Virginia and weaves its tale around a brotherhood of moonshine bootleggers who have a run-in with a gang who want a taste of their profits. Great... [More]

The Watch

The Watch

Middle-aged do-gooder Evan (Ben Stiller) organizes a Neighborhood Watch squad after a security guard is murdered at his place of employment. Together, he, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, and Richard Ayoade set out to protect the suburbs. Problem is, a deeper look at the crime proves to be...otherwordly.... [More]

Piranha 3DD

Piranha 3DD

Piranha 3DD (gotta love that title!) is a follow up to Alexandre Aja's surprisingly well received gore-fest from two years ago. In this nudity filled bloodbath, thousands of hungry piranha make their way to a brand new water park and quicker than you can say Jaws, all hell breaks loose. This is a... [More]

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

The third time is definitely a charm for those zany New York Zoo animals on the run. In Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Alex the Lion (voiced by Ben Stiller) and his merry band of misfits (Marty, Gloria, and Melman) join a European circus in hopes that they can catch a ride back to the United... [More]

Prometheus

Prometheus

They say that a great film-maker can't make a good movie out of a bad script, but if Prometheus proves anything, its that a a great film-maker can make a decent movie out of an undercooked script. Ridley Scott returns to the sci fi game after over 30 years with the ambitious Prometheus. Before get... [More]

That's My Boy

That's My Boy

Nothing says Happy Father's Day like Adam Sandler. The one time SNL player returns in That's My Boy. In this Happy Madison production, Sandler plays Donny—a loser of a father who tries to reconnect with his estranged son Todd (played by Andy Samberg) in an effort to extort money from him to get ou... [More]

Seeking a Friend For the End of the World

Seeking a Friend For the End of the World

What would you do if you knew the world was coming to an end? The appropriately titled Seeking A Friend For the End of the World attempts to answer that question but rather than focusing on despair and the darker side of human nature, this picture goes for comedy and romance. Seeking A Friend For... [More]

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

In Inglourious Basterds, auteur Quentin Tarantino re-wrote the past with his creative tale of a world in which Adolph Hitler's fate was much different than it is in the history books. In Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, director Timur Bekmambetov and writer Seth Grahame-Smith (who adapted his own... [More]

Brave

Brave

Whether they're telling a story about a rat in a kitchen, crafting a movie that features a cantankerous old fart for a protagonist, or making a movie that delivers an enchanting first act with virtually no dialogue, Pixar is known for taking risks and it is this attribute—along with the uncanny ab... [More]

Ted

Ted

I had high hopes for Ted and while this film did make me laugh several times, this is another case in which a coming attraction trailer is responsible for revealing most of a film's funniest gags. Ted is the first big screen outing for Seth MacFarlane (creator of the wildly popular TV show, Family... [More]

Men In Black 3

Men In Black 3

Its been fifteen years since Men in Black first hit theaters and its been a decade since the forgettable Men in Black II. Maybe the lengthy hiatus has done the franchise some good. Men in Black III isn't on par with the first, but its a huge step up from the sequel. In Men in Black III, Will Smith... [More]

Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows

Dark Shadows is the latest big screen collaboration between director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Its based on the late 60's/early 70's soap opera of the same name. The gothic, melodramatic eccentricities at the heart of this underground TV Show, seem like a perfect fit for Tim Burton's style. Unfo... [More]

Beasts of the Southern Wild

Beasts of the Southern Wild

In the dreamlike Beasts of the Southern Wild, precocious youngster Hushpuppy (star in the making Quvenzhane Wallis) lives in "The Bathtub"--a southern Delta community that has been devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Along with her father Wink (played by Dwight Henry), Hushpuppy strives to survive duri... [More]

Bully

Bully

Lee Hirsch's documentary Bully caused quite the stir a short while ago after the MPAA slapped the film with an R rating (for what they considered excessive use of the F word). After a much publicized battle between the MPAA and The Weinstein Company, the rating was reversed. The film is now PG-13 (a... [More]

The Dictator

The Dictator

In The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen is General Aladeen-- a sexist, fascist, murderous, egomaniacal Middle Eastern dictator who finds himself an unlikely fish out of water after being set up by his own people and forced to live life as a commoner in the good old U.S. of A. While in America, he falls... [More]

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