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'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

'The To Do List' Review: Teen Sex Comedy Lacks Likable Heroine

The To Do List is full of ‘90s nostalgia, hilarious one-liners and a talented ensemble of comedic actors. Director and writer Maggie Carey’s film had a lot of promise with it being the first teen sex comedy from a female perspective. It’s too bad that the film’s lead character is an idiotic good-girl-gone-wild with absolutely no redeemable qualities. Jul 26, 2013 5:08 AM PT

'Only God Forgives' Review: Haunting, Beautiful and Empty to the Core

Director and screenwriter Nicolas Winding Refn has made several interesting and versatile films since he started in Hollywood. Those include the Pusher series, Bronson, Valhalla Rising and my all-time favorite, Drive. Drive is one of the best films of the last five years. Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan have impeccable chemistry, the screenplay is thrilling and mysterious, and the soundtrack is unforgettable. So how did a majorly talented director start from the top and fall to the mediocre pile in Tinseltown? It’s because his newest film Only God Forgives is annoyingly pretentious. Jul 19, 2013 5:04 AM PT

'Turbo' Review: Underdog Snail Story Packs 3D Punch

DreamWorks Animation’s Turbo may be the best underdog story we’ll see all year. Why? We’ve got a cute little snail that believes the impossible, his rocking’ group of friends to back him up and 3D visuals so bright, even James Cameron would be jealous. Jul 17, 2013 9:27 AM PT

'Despicable Me 2' Review: A Satisfying Minion Filled Sequel

We’ve seen a few fantastic animated films released this year. DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods was original and fun and last month Disney Pixar’s Monsters University, the satisfying prequel to the 2001 film, brought in over $170 million at the box office. Universal Pictures’ sequel to the wildly successful 2010 film Despicable Me had their work cut out to stand out among the animated films this year. Jul 2, 2013 2:41 PM PT

'The Bling Ring' Review: Fame-Obsessed Teens Captured without Judgment, Spin

Inspired by actual events that took place between October 2008 through August 2009, Sofia Coppola's "The Bling Ring" follows fame-obsessed teenagers who robbed celebrities’ homes. Coppola’s screenplay is based on the Vanity Fair article written by Nancy Jo Sales titled, "The Suspect Wore Louboutins." The film will likely give more attention to real Bling Ring's exploits. Jun 21, 2013 4:57 AM PT

'Fast & Furious 6' Review: Over the Top Action Can't Stop Runaway Franchise

The Fast & Furious franchise is certainly a peculiar one. An extremely fun time at the theatres, no doubt about that, but how is it that average-ranking films about racecars, muscle guys and half-naked women make its way to blockbuster status? Usually a series of films doesn’t last this long, especially when the third installment didn’t involve a single member of the original cast. But the Fast & Furious franchise slowly transformed from movies about racing cars to action-packed heist films and added tons of star power in the mix. May 24, 2013 2:42 PM PT

'Jurassic Park 3D' Review: Steven Spielberg's Dino Romp Remains a Masterpiece

"Jurassic Park" was released in June 1993 and now Universal Pictures is celebrating the movie’s 20th anniversary by re-releasing the film in 3D. Having seen this film dozens of times, the suspense, the thrill and the comedy are all still there, proving that Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece is more glorious than ever. Apr 5, 2013 5:37 AM PT

'The Croods' Review: Caveman Comedy Laps Pixar's Latest Films

Dreamworks's newest animated feature has everything a family friendly film needs: interesting characters, plenty of laughs, vibrant scenery and a lot of heart. The Croods is the animated 3D experience of the year and one that you don’t want to miss while in theaters. Mar 22, 2013 5:22 AM PT

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