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The Forger

John Travolta has appeared in a number of legitimately great films hat will live on in the annals of cinema history—"Saturday Night Fever," "Blow Out" and "Pulp Fiction" immediately leap to mind. He has also, to put it charitably, aligned...Show More Summary

Little Boy

The little boy at the center of “Little Boy” pulls a stunt repeatedly which, ostensibly, is intended to be poignant. Eight-year-old Pepper Flint Busbee (Jakob Salvati) sticks out his fingers, scrunches up his face, squints his eyes, screeches with all his might and wills an object to move. Show More Summary

Adult Beginners

Comedian and actor Nick Kroll is a maestro at abrasive caricature. His Comedy Central series “Kroll Show” saw him relentlessly lampooning ego-driven minor media figures of all shapes, sizes and sexes. He’s good at what he does, but as...Show More Summary

24 Days

Playing cat and mouse with kidnappers can be a grisly and awful business even if­—or maybe the phrase should be “particularly if”—the kidnappers are dumb as dirt. That’s one of the takeaways of “24 Days,” a well-engineered suspense drama from France directed by Alexandre Arcady. Show More Summary

Fallon Hosts A 'Shaggy Off.' In Related News, Shaggy's Still Alive

12 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

You, like some other fans of comedy, might not think that Jimmy Fallon is a great comedian. But the guy clearly knows how to run a late night talk show. Seriously, he made Lip Sync Battle it's own TV show....

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1. "Why I've Posted 27,000 Times to One Online Forum": Explains Medium's Dylan Scott. “In college, I was the one who watched black-and-white films with subtitles on my laptop under the covers in his dorm room. Or went to 10 p.m. showings on a weekday at the independent theater uptown. Show More Summary

The Water Diviner

Russell Crowe's directorial debut "The Water Diviner," about a man trying to find hree sons who disappeared at the battle of Galliipoli in Turkey 100 years ago, is a film divided against itself. It wants to be both a mournful and skeptical antiwar picture and a rousing adventure with splashes of buddy comedy, romance and borderline swashbuckling. Show More Summary

The Age of Adaline

Not many movies go from "eh" to "wow." "The Age of Adaline" is one of them. "Gossip Girl" star Blake Lively plays the title character, a woman who meets and loses her husband during the construction of the Golden Gate bridge, then miraculously...Show More Summary

7 Recent Netflix Releases You Might THINK You Want to Watch, But You Really Don't

23 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

The following films and one television show were released on Netflix in the last few months. They may find them under "New Arrivals." You may be bored, and you may think you want to watch one or more of them....

M. Night Shyamalan's New Movie Looks Distinctly Un-Shyamalanian

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

I've been looking forward to M. Night Shyamalan's new series Wayward Pines, because from the trailers, it looks to be a bit of a return to the Shyamalan of yore. To be honest, though, I had absolutely no idea...

Chris Pratt Gets His Ass Kicked at Dinosaur Trivia By An Adorable Kid

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Looks like Star-Lord aka Jurassic World's Velociraptor trainer Chris Pratt might want to go back to school and brush up on his dinosaur trivia, because this very enthusiastic, supercute, little kid just kicked his ass all over the place. Appearing...

6 Times Actors Suffered Lapses In Likeability: A "Seriously, You Said That?" List

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

We all know about Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner making a terrible, ill-advised, demeaning, and juvenile joke about Black Widow in one of their never-ending press tour interviews. They've since apologized for their explosion of unlikeableness and, at least for...

Possibly the Only Thing More Offensive Than Adam Sandler's 'Ridiculous Six' Is Netflix's Defense Of It

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Just when you thought Adam Sandler movies couldn't get any more offensive (assuming you find aggressive unfunniness as offensive as I do), he goes and ups his game. About a dozen Native American actors walked off the set of...

5 Shows After Dark: A Performance About Violence That Inspires Violent Thoughts

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

The Vampire Diaries on The CW at 8:00pm ET. How It's Made on Science at 9:00pm ET. HEY, GUYS, WEIRD INTERNET TIME! So, I don't know how many of you are familiar with the whole "ASMR" thing but basically if...

Anne Wheaton Tricked a Bunch of Gamergate Trolls Into Donating to The People They Hate Most

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Last weekend, Anne Wheaton, lover of googly eyes and Wesley Crusher (Wil Wheaton is her husband), attended the Calgary Expo. Also in attendance at the Calgary Expo, if you hadn't already heard, were a group of Gamergate trollspawn determined...

Ben Mendelsohn Amusingly Dances Around Those Star Wars Rogue One Rumors

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

For those of you who still haven't heard Bloodline's perfectly American-accented Danny Rayburn portrayer, Ben Mendelsohn speaking with his natural (Australian) voice, you're in for a Pedro Pascal worthy surprise. And Mendelsohn is positively adorable in this MTV clip, wherein...

'The Americans' Wraps Disturbing, Excellent Third Season

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

As Ronald Reagan's "Evil Empire" speech played on in the season three finale of The Americans, the Jennings family -- a unit made up of Russians and Americans, and those who know this fact and those who don't -- truly...

The Restoration of René Clémént's "Forbidden Games"

When Roger Ebert inducted "Forbidden Games" into his Great Movies collection in 2005, he wrote that our time was too cynical to support a film as innocent as René Clémént's stunning 1952 drama. Clémént's film is a piece about how children cope with tragedy, and, in telling that story, how the world deals with the wounds of war. Show More Summary

Home Entertainment Consumer Guide: April 23, 2015

Most of the 2014 Oscar contenders have hit Blu-ray and DVD (with "Selma" and "American Sniper" leading up the rear in the next few weeks), which means there's been a bit of a lull in terms of new Blu-ray and DVD releases for your favorite consumer guide. Show More Summary

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