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Based on the real actions by gay activists to support striking miners in 1984 Great Britain, Pride is an enjoyable showcase for some fine actors, as well as a fun springboard for good British humor.
Sporting a particularly awesome Morrissey haircut, Mark Ashton (Ben Schnetzer) is fronting a gay activis...
The McCarthys (Thursday, Oct. 30, CBS), series debut: A fat, loudmouthed, sports-obsessed Bah-ston family has a gay son—and it’s a go for borderline homophobic comedy! Or borderline comedy, period. Even sadder than the continued use of The Laugh Track (yes, there’s only one—all the shows share it) in...
The second installment of the bizarre horror-anthology series ABCs of Death is a big improvement over the first.
Twenty-six directors are each given a letter in the alphabet and a corresponding word. (For example, “X” is for “Xylophone.”) Each director then gets to make a short film involving that word...
1. Earth to Echo * (20th Century Fox)
2. The Purge: Anarchy * (Universal)
3. Neighbors (Universal)
4. X-Men: Days of Future Past * (20th Century Fox)
5. Sex Tape (Sony)
6. Mr. Peabody and Sherman * (20th Century Fox)
7. Transformers: Age of Extinction (Paramount)
8. A Million Ways to Die in the West * (Universal)
9. The F...
Director Jason Reitman delivers a boring, lethargic and woefully predictable look at humans and the way in which interact with the Internet: Men, Women and Children winds up being nothing more than an ugly commercial for the Ashley Madison dating services.
Adam Sandler plays a sex-addicted married man ...
Right in time for Halloween, writer-director David Ayer has come up with a genuine horror show in Fury , his take on a World War II tank crew trying to survive the last days of the war.
This film goes full-bore in showing the horrors of war—in fact, the very first scene depicts a brutal act of violence...