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Critics Choice Movie Awards: 'Gravity,' 'Slave' Win Big, Patriotic 'Lone Survivor' Honored

The Broadcast Film Critics Association held their 19th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards in Santa Monica, CA last night. The show was broadcasted live on The CW, but Breitbart News was their to witness the actors reactions first hand. The CCMA are considered to be a huge predictor in which way The Academy might vote and this year critics recognized an array of films and actors.  Jan 17, 2014 1:56 PM PT

'The Best Man Holiday' Review: Comedy Fuses Faith, Family for Genuine Christmas Treat

With the holiday season quickly approaching, we are bound to see some new Christmas movies hit the big screen and some favorites that always replay on television the closer we get to the holiday. But how many of those movies actually show the true meaning of Christmas? It’s refreshing to find out that The Best Man Holiday is not only a silly comedy about friends reuniting, but also a faith-based film that reminds us what’s important around this joyous time. Nov 15, 2013 4:53 AM PT

'Last Vegas' Review: A-List Actors Head to Vegas to Collect Paycheck

Last Vegas is an excuse for some Hollywood A-listers to get together, hang out, beat up guys half their age and score a major paycheck. Last Vegas could’ve been the older generation’s version of The Hangover, but instead it succumbs to a cheesy screenplay and mediocre laughs. Nov 1, 2013 5:18 AM PT

'About Time' Review: Rom-Com Spiked with Fatherly Love

Director/writer Richard Curtis (2003’s Love Actually) steps up his game in the romantic comedy genre by adding a more serious underlying theme in his newest film. His typical rom-com flair is pushed to the side a bit in order to unveil a more mature and serious subject that shows how important it is to live each day as your last. Nov 1, 2013 5:03 AM PT

'Don Jon' Review: Porn Addiction Comedy Shows Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Range, Maturity

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is one of the best actors working today. He’s proven his versatility with films like Brick, Inception, (500) Days of Summer and Looper. By starring in unconventional romantic comedies to original thought-provoking thrillers, you can’t stereotype this actor into one genre. Now the actor has added directing and writing to his list of accomplished filmography and I must say I hope Don Jon is the first of several directing gigs for the 32-year-old star. Sep 27, 2013 5:28 AM PT

'Rush' Review: Ron Howard's Racing Drama is a Winner

Rush is one of those films where the studio releases a weak trailer, because they aren’t quite sure how to market the movie. The first trailer looked like a melodramatic soap opera; the second trailer was 100% Chris Hemsworth, in attempt to persuade the female audience to flock to the theatre; and the final trailer was a little bit a both, with a massive push to draw in racing fans. Sep 27, 2013 5:25 AM PT

'One Direction: This Is Us' Review: Pleasing Doc Captures Boy Band's Trip Around the World

The musical documentary is becoming quite popular in Hollywood lately. In 2011, there was Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, in which director Jon Chu gave us a first-hand account of how the young singer became one of the most famous pop-stars in the world. Just last year, the same studio Paramount Pictures, released Katy Perry: Part of Me, which highlighted the starlet’s journey from Christian pop-singer to hitting the radio with perhaps her most famous song, “I Kissed a Girl.”  Aug 30, 2013 12:08 PM PT

'Getaway' Review: 2013's Most Boring Action Film Is Here

Getaway could have been a successful five-minute short film about the Shelby Super Snake Mustang. It’s the hour and 25 minutes around the five decent minutes that are completely horrible and nauseating. Aug 30, 2013 11:18 AM PT

'Lovelace' Review: Biopic Condemns Seedy Porn World, Abuse Behind 'Deep Throat'

Before you jump to conclusions that Lovelace is a biopic strictly about the porn industry and Linda Lovelace’s role in it, remember not to judge a film by its trailer. It’s more than an indictment of the pornography business; the film is actually an indictment and exposure on marital abuse at its greatest. Aug 11, 2013 9:13 AM PT

'We're the Millers' Review: Stolen Weed Comedy Will Leave Audiences High on Laughter

Earlier this year, we saw "This Is the End," which including Hollywood's A-list comedians playing heightened versions of themselves. It was hysterical, but ended up being a bit forgettable in the weeks after its release. In a year where we haven’t seen too many comedies, Warner Bros. Pictures’ latest film, We’re the Millers, starring Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston could be the funniest film of 2013. It certainly is so far! Aug 7, 2013 10:07 AM PT

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