The movie also stars Jennifer Garner, Emma Thompson, Judy Greer, Rosemarie Dewitt, Dean Norris, Kaitlyn Dever, and Ansel Elgort.
If John Carpenter had only directed "Halloween," his 1978 film about a trio of babysitters being stalked by a crazed killer over the course of the titular evening, his name would still be writ large in the annals of genre filmmakingShow More Summary
The very same things that get you called a thug or a ho, gets her called "adorable" and "staying true to herself".
Imma let you finish, but this could be the greatest collaboration OF ALL TIME!
He will be our champion.
Captain America, we need you.
You're every woman in the world to me, Sandy.
They Ferguson police have chosen to save themselves by sacrificing their community.
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Why do I keep forgetting this is happening? Oh, right. PlayStation.
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Of course, if this movie looked halfway decent, we would have zero interest in actually watching it.
'True Blood,' you're a mess.
The South Korean film “Cold Eyes” is a pure exercise in the thriller genre and professionalism. This is a taut, efficient work which does not waste a single minute of its two-hour running time, and we are entertained by how well its characters do their work. Show More Summary
In which I vomit on my computer screen.
What a dick-hole plunger.
In a year where popular pictures marketed as “religious” have cloaked their intolerance in self-righteous anger, Ira Sachs’ gentle, sublimely nuanced character study “Love Is Strange” registers as rather radical. The film centers on Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina), a NYC couple who get married in the 39th year of their relationship. Show More Summary
Plus a news anchor hits rehab again, Chris Pratt's Scooby Doo van & Leonardo DiCaprio "cleans up."
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1. "Let's Be Real": At Grantland, Wesley Morris discusses the poorly reviewed comedy, "Let's Be Cops," in light of the escalating tragedy in Ferguson following the shooting of Michael Brown. Related: The Washington Post trio of DeNeen L. Show More Summary