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Sausage Party Spoofs Pixar in R-Rated Animation

By James Scott | Monday, August 15, 11:27 am
There's a place for juvenile and tasteless. Maybe this is it.

Supervillains Become Heroes in Suicide Squad

By James Scott | Monday, August 8, 10:29 am
I never understand exactly why these nutcases want to take over the world.

Star Trek Beyond More Like ‘Just an Episode,’ But That’s a Good Thing

By James Scott | Monday, August 1, 9:19 am
Why won't Star Trek die already?

Americans Love to Shoot Each Other in The Purge: Election Year

Once you try to justify a mythological concept, it can't help but lose some of its impact.

Plenty of Spirit, Not So Much Soul, in Rebooted Ghostbusters

There's a single factor I believe is largely responsible for Ghostbusters' longevity, and it's not proton packs.

Cranston Doffs “Walter White” Identity to Become The Infiltrator

Charming villains are always the most interesting.

Radcliffe Plays “Friday” to Dano’s “Crusoe” in Swiss Army Man

Even with Daniel Radcliffe playing a corpse, there won't be too many comparisons to Weekend At Bernie's.

McAvoy and Fassbender Face Off Once More in X-Men: Apocalypse

Singer gets away with a sixth entry because he understands that the story isn't about blue-skinned people using ridiculous super-powers.

Who You Gonna Call for The Conjuring 2?

There's a spiritual and a romantic side to this film absent from most movies of this type.

The Nice Guys Offers Pastiche of Buddy Cop, Film Noir, 1970s Nostalgia and Looney Tunes

Audiences love mayhem.

Too Many Superheroes Clutter Captain America: Civil War, But Who Cares?

The film doesn't suffer from a lack of interesting characters. It suffers from an overload of them.

It’s Murder, Having to Wait With Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart in the Green Room

Green Room is an angry film.

Key & Peele’s Rapport and Surprise Guest Star Rescue Keanu

It's not easy to parody a movie which was already itself a parody.

The Jungle Book Remake Wants to Be a Man-Cub, Too

Director Jon Favreau skillfully treads the delicate line between beloved musical cartoon of yore and modern action blockbuster.

Hardcore Henry Brings First-Person POV Violence to the Big Screen

Is first-person POV a new technique, or is it just a gimmick?

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