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United Arab Emirates Latest Country to Shelve 'Exodus' Release (Report)

"This movie is under our review and we found that there are many mistakes not only about Islam but other religions too. So, we will not release it in the UAE," one official was quoted saying read more

Isis Rising: Curse of the Lady Mummy

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Review 40: Die Hard

Review is like app or game coverage but for movie series, television shows, comic books, and other geeky entertainment. It's great stuff you can watch and enjoy on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV! On this week's episode — We could talk about men's fashions and industrialization all day, but sadly Christmas must intrude. Show More Summary

'The Interview': Farce doesn't live up to fuss, reviews say

Perhaps you've heard of a little movie called "The Interview." In the weeks leading up to its on-again, off-again release, Seth Rogen and James Franco's North Korea-themed comedy precipitated a crippling cyber-attack on Sony Pictures and sparked heated debate on everything from free speech to...

Drop the Hobbit, Go with the Selkie: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies & Song of the Sea

There's a bit of OCD that goes along with genre film fandom -- once you've signed on to a franchise, you're kind-of obligated to follow it wherever it will take you, for good or ill. Thus the sullen air hanging over screenings of Revenge...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Two Days, One Night - Your money or my life

I've never felt a particular affinity to the films of the Dardenne brothers, Jean-Pierre and Luc: like some, can leave the rest. But their newest, Two Days, One Night, pulled me in almost instantly and held me to its gripping conclusion. Show More Summary

‘The Interview’ Released, Social Media Responds: Best Tweets, From Celebs To Reviewers [Video]

After the controversy about whether the eagerly anticipated film The Interview would be released, the movie finally has become available in various formats. And while Sony Pictures Entertainment may not be making its decisions on the...Show More Summary

Lenovo Horizon 2: Specs and Features Review

The Lenovo Horizon 2 is an all-in-one PC that packs everything into a 27-inch, portable touch screen that gives the entire family plenty of features for work and play. It can be used for watching movies, playing games, and because it's...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Into the Woods - We all die. The end.

Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods arrives on the big screen 27 years after it opened on Broadway - and with the same second-act problems that have plagued it through the years. Adapted to the screen by Rob Marshall (for whom his first...Show More Summary

‘The Interview’ Review: Seth Rogen & James Franco’s Christmas Turkey

UPDATE Christmas morning, 5:30 a.m., adding more information: The Interview isn't the worst movie ever made. It's not even the worst movie Sony released this holiday season. To: Amy/So how far do we let the boys go with the Kim-has-no-butthole...Show More Summary

‘Big Eyes’ Review: Pete Hammond On Tim Burton’s Latest ‘Weird, Weird’ Tale

Director Tim Burton's latest movie, Big Eyes, is about Walter and Margaret Keane, a story so crazy that it has to be true, and it is. As I say in my video review above, it features terrific turns by Christoph Waltz and Amy Adams, who both have been nominated for Golden…

Movie Review: The Interview is a triumph of free speech, not of sharp satire

The Interview was controversial from the start, yet even two weeks ago, seeing the movie at a press screening at the Regal E-Walk in Times Square, it was hard to imagine that the presentation might be historic—perhaps the only opportunity to watch a James Franco–Seth Rogen comedy at the country’s largest theater chain. Show More Summary

The Best Reviewed Movies of 2014: From Wild To The LEGO Movie

So we’ve looked at the best and worst movies of the year as rated by the largest sampling of moviegoers available publicly (IMDB). And as you know, the public opinion sometimes differs from that of professional film critics. As it should,...Show More Summary

A list of every single theater showing ‘The Interview’ tomorrow

Sony Pictures Entertainment’s “The Interview” has become the most hyped movie of 2014. The buzz doesn’t stem from the film itself — in fact, critics weren’t terribly impressed with the film when they reviewed it. Instead, the hype stems...Show More Summary

Watch This: The horror of realizing you may have married the wrong person

Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This month: The A.V. Club atones for its sins of omission, recommending the best movies of the year that we didn’t review. Honeymoon (2014)...Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Gambler - Snake-eyes

I bristle whenever Hollywood decides that it's time to remake a film from the recent past (although, with a history of cinema that only extends a little over 100 years, it's ALL the recent past). OK, so I bristle at all remakes - continuing...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Marion Cotillard is a weekend warrior in the beautiful Two Days, One Night

Two Days, One Night is a small miracle of a movie, a drama so purely humane that it makes most attempts at audience uplift look crass and calculated by comparison. By now, cinephiles have come to expect excellence from the film’s directors,...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper is a war movie that’s tensest on the home front

Clint Eastwood directs in the old-fashioned, literal sense; he puts the camera where it belongs and gives the actors enough room to work, but not so much that they start vamping and lose track of the scene. His style is clean and shadowy, and it can be delicate as a whisper when the moment calls for it. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Selma is at once a peek into the past and a snapshot of the present

What’s more depressing than the fact that it took Hollywood half a century to make a major motion picture about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? How about that the film that finally has been made about him is being released into a new America...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Fighting city hall has dire consequences in the Russian downer Leviathan

Early in Leviathan, its hapless hero, Kolya (Aleksey Serebryakov), receives a court judgment regarding his property, which his town’s corrupt mayor (Roman Madyanov) has seized via some Russian equivalent of eminent domain. The judgment,...Show More Summary

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