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Movie Review: Fitoor

17 minutes agoLocal Interest / India : India Watch

For a film supposedly based on Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations", director Abhishek Kapoor seems to have started reading the book before abandoning it halfway. Kapoor's adaptation begins with the story of Pip, Estella and Miss Havisham, but tapers into a narrative about unrequited love, complete with a Bollywood ending.

Movie Review: Pride & Prejudice & Zombies

A wholly unnecessary movie adaptation of the mash-up novel that took Pride and Prejudice and added zombies, starring Lily James, Charles Dance, Matt Smith, some guy as Darcy, and featuring Lena Headey. Carrie and I both saw it, and we do not agree at ALL. Show More Summary

Betty White’s ‘Deadpool’ Video Movie Review Continues ‘Golden Girls’ Bea Arthur Gag

Betty White’s Deadpool movie review video is definitely a sight to behold. Not only does it feature the last living actress from the Golden Girls, it indirectly pays tribute to Wade Wilson’s love of all things Bea Arthur. Over on Twitter, White launched the video review by sounding like she would live to be living... Show More Summary

DC WEEKLY: 5 Reasons the Final BATMAN v SUPERMAN Trailer Kicked Ass!

Welcome to the DC Weekly, where every week we cover the land of DC comics, TV, and movies. Be it random bits of news, TV show reactions, or miscellaneous reviews, editorials, or speculation, you can be sure to get your DC fix here! THIS WEEK I'll be talking about the recent trailer that dropped for BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE. Show More Summary

Movie Review: A War is almost too measured in its treatment of military protocol

One of the four films destined to lose the foreign-language Oscar to Son Of Saul, Denmark’s A War sees writer-director Tobias Lindholm (A Hijacking) once again juxtaposing a simple title with a complex situation. The war in question is the one in Afghanistan, to which Denmark sent 9,500 soldiers between 2002 and 2013. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Hail, Caesar!

Hail, Caesar! is the latest movie from the Coen Brothers. As it turns out, we’re all pretty big fans of the Coen brothers, so after many reassurances that this was not the “everyone dies a bloody death” type of Coen brothers movie, I checked it out, along with Redheadedgirl. Show More Summary

Zaki's Review: Deadpool

When you think about it, it's a bit of a minor miracle that a movie like Deadpool even exists. The Tim Miller-directed comic book adaptation stars Ryan Reynolds as Marvel Comics' "Merc with a Mouth," a red-suited rogue created by Rob Liefeld & Fabian Nicieza who's built a fan fave reputation on wisecrackery and badassery. Show More Summary

Movie Review: There’s pointless, and then there’s a scene-for-scene remake of Cabin Fever

Plenty of horror remakes are unnecessary; we didn’t need a new Texas Chain Saw Massacre, because we still have the old one, and it’s lost none of its nerve-shredding, sleep-destroying power. But for sheer pointlessness, this week’s Cabin Fever redo really takes the rotting cake. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Zoolander 2 gets Ben Stiller back in a silly mood

To what era does Derek Zoolander, the world-famous dim-bulb male model played by Ben Stiller, truly belong? Even when his eponymous feature film was released back in 2001, a few weeks after 9/11, its spoofing of the fashion industry was arguably a little late. Show More Summary

Movie Review: How To Be Single has a good personality, but it tries too hard

In terms of the messages being imparted to the young women who will see it with their friends this Valentine’s Day weekend, How To Be Single marks a positive step forward for the romantic comedy. Unlike the ultimately rather conservative...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Touched With Fire starts as a love story and turns into a lecture

It wouldn’t be entirely accurate to call Touched With Fire an opposites-attract romance; both members of its central couple are poets, both suffer from bipolar disorder, and they meet at a psychiatric hospital where neither of them have precisely intended to stay. Show More Summary

Spoiler Free ‘Deadpool’ Movie Review

Short story, it is as good as we all thought it would be. Deadpool finally has a chance to shine, which the best of us have been waiting for for years now. Oh, and that violence. hee hee, so good. [ClevverMovies] The post Spoiler Free ‘Deadpool’ Movie Review appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

A. O. Scott, Last of the Power Critics

Renata Adler felt that a writer could go mad working as film critic for the New York Times for more than a year. A.O. Scott has been doing it for sixteen. What is it like to review movies for the Times? Scott’s new book Better Living...Show More Summary

Deadpool 2 Is Already In The Works, Here's What We Know

In case you hadn't noticed, Deadpool is getting quite a bit of buzz. Critics have been giving it positive reviews the last few days, raising its profile, and right now it looks like the comic book movie could make as much as $70 million in its first weekend. Show More Summary

How Budget Limitations Helped ‘Deadpool’ and Gave Us Gina Carano

The Deadpool embargo is no longer, and the R-rated 20th Century Fox project has garnered mostly enthusiastic reviews. The film is both a conventional and unconventional superhero movie. When its tropes are familiar, it’s still plenty...Show More Summary

‘Deadpool’ To Have Not 1 But 2 Post Credit Scenes

3 days agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

If there was any doubt on whether or not Deadpool would live up to its monstrous hype, early critical reviews can allow fans to rest easy. Reviews so far have lauded the Merc with a Mouth’s first movie for delivering everything it promised too: action-packed excitement, fourth wall demolition, and a hilarious screenplay that is […]

Movie Review — Jack Palance in Attack! (1956)

It’s easy to think all 50s movies are bland, conformist, patriotic pap, but this intense World War II drama has a surprising amount of bite, and it stars a young Jack Palance at his seething best. It’s also got one...

SteelSeries Siberia X800 wireless headset review

If you're going to use a headset for gaming, movies, and music very often, it's important that the headset is comfortable. Wireless headphones like the SteelSeries X800 have a significant advantage in the comfort department. Of course, you'll also be paying more for that wireless functionality. Show More Summary

The 39 most hilariously terrible Amazon movie reviews (AMZN)

For the last few years, Joe Grabinksi has chronicled the most hilariously terrible Amazon reviews of popular movies. He's good at it too. Grabinski's Twitter account, "Amazon Movie Reviews," has amassed over 150,000 followers, and even...Show More Summary

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