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A crazy, killer mirror causes problems for a family portrayed by a mix of mediocre actors in Oculus , a horror film that offers a couple of creepy moments—that are surrounded by an incoherent mess.
Kaylie and Tim Russell (Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites) lost their mother, father, family dog and a bu...
In a film that feels more like a TV series than a theatrical release, Kevin Costner plays Sonny, general manager of the NFL's Cleveland Browns. It’s draft day, and Sonny has some big decisions to make after he trades for the No. 1 pick, much to the dismay of his head coach (Denis Leary). This is all...
Community (Thursday, April 17, NBC), season finale: One of the best and definitely most out-there seasons of Community has also been its least-watched—it’s almost as if creator Dan Harmon took his second chance with NBC as a challenge: “You think it was weird before ? Suck on this !” And yet, even with Sea...
Nicolas Cage dons a decent hairpiece as the title character in Joe , the latest drama from director David Gordon Green.
Cage’s Joe is a strange sort, showing a maximum amount of restraint and responsibility while on the job with his tree-killing company. He is not only an in-control boss; he’s a friend...
1. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug* (New Line)
2. Grudge Match * (Warner Bros.)
3. 47 Ronin* (Universal)
4. Frozen (Disney)
5. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Paramount)
6. August: Osage County (Anchor Bay)
7. Homefront (Universal)
8. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Paramount)
9. Delivery Man (Disney)
10. The Wolf...
Talk about your blown cinematic opportunities. Man, this should’ve been fun: Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro, riffing on their iconic boxing characters Rocky Balboa and Jake LaMotta, have one last boxing match. It sounds to me like the setup for something great, nostalgic and even funny.